You know the old fashioned ice cream shoppes? They’re family owned, they have the 50′s music in the background, they know your order, and they always smile when you come in. Yeah them! Well every time we go to one of those old fashioned ice cream shoppes, my husband always orders a float. They may be complicated to eat, but they’re not complicated to make. This recipe would be great for any themed party or for a treat!
The best part of this recipe is you can modify it. There is the cream soda float, just substitute root beer for cream soda. There is also the Orange Creamsicle, substitute orange pop for root beer. Heck, you can even try this with different flavours of ice cream if you wanted to!
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With Luther's Sheep Dip Marinade
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Seasoning And Rub
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With Baked Potato Fries
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With Cheese And Sour Cream
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So Very Delicious
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This Goes In Everything!
You can use it straight up as a dressing, or throw it into baked/smashed potatoes for that little kick.View Details