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Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats Recipe

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Simple, yet refreshing Ice Cream Coke Floats are incredibly fun to make and also QUITE delicious! 

Share a Coke and try this Super Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats Recipe #ShareItForward #Shop

It’s Summer break in our house, the kids are finally off school and it’s time to cool down and have some fun with all our free time.

Of course, that’s not really the case for me, because mom still has to work and the breaks come a lot less frequently.

This means I have to carve out some time every day for the kids, and on the weekends we enjoy going to the pool, having a game or movie night and just spending time together.

It’s all about family for us and with the Nationwide Share a Coke event coming to a Walmart near you, you can celebrate your family, friends, any loved one you want.

Share a Coke and try this Super Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats Recipe #ShareItForward #Shop

We also made these Super Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats to enjoy!

Find YOUR name on a coke bottle! 

I was even MORE excited when the first bottle we saw, said Nicole

See it up there on the far left of the second door? Yep. I was pretty excited.

Then we found a Ryan, Vanessa, Jess and Mel (Melissa’s nickname).

The only one we couldn’t find was Brielle and that’s just because her name is so different and unique (and she’s so totally used to it)  so she settled for one that said “Share a Coke with a Friend” and was just as happy.

She said it’s because it’s coke.

And she was drinking the coke and not consuming the bottle, which is pretty much true. It’s Coke. What’s not to love and be happy about.

So anyway, I was telling you about this Nationwide Share a Coke event.  It’s all happening July 6, 2014 at Walmart stores. You can find out if a store near you is hosting, by checking out where there are Share a Coke Events.

Share a Coke and try this Super Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats Recipe #ShareItForward #Shop

We’re planning on attending at our local store, because who better to Share a Coke with, but your own family.

You totally should too.

Grab someone you care about and go to Walmart on July 6 and Share a Coke with your loved one!

Super Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats

We made these wonderful Super Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats to celebrate the upcoming Nationwide Share a Coke Event.

They are a favorite around here when the days are hot and humid and everyone wants a treat and to cool down.

There really isn’t anything to them and you can use any kind of Coke you want… Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero.

Share a Coke and try this Super Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats Recipe #ShareItForward #Shop

Looking for more fun and easy ice cream treats?

Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats Recipe

Simple Ice Cream Coke Floats Recipe

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Simple, yet refreshing Ice Cream Coke Floats are incredibly fun to make and also QUITE delicious! 
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Frozen Treats
Cuisine American
Servings 1 Ice Cream Coke Float

Ingredients
  

  • 2 scoops any flavor ice cream we chose Vanilla
  • 1 20 oz bottle of Coke Diet Coke or Coke Zero
  • Maraschino Cherries For garnish or just cause they are yummy

Instructions
 

  • Place two scoops of ice cream in a large mug.
  • Fill with soda.
  • Top with Cherries.
  • Drink. Be Cool and Enjoy!!
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Sunithi Selvaraj

Monday 28th of July 2014

yummmmmm! Wanna try this

Zurainny Ismail

Wednesday 16th of July 2014

Vanilla Ice Cream + Cool Coke = Perfect ! :D

Kristy

Wednesday 2nd of July 2014

These look great for summertime! #client

Nicole Cook

Friday 4th of July 2014

Thanks so much Kristy, they were pretty darn delicious if I do say so myself and super easy as well as GREAT to beat the heat!

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