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Dreamy Creamsicle Floats

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Dreamy Creamsicle Floats are delightful ice cream creations that will quickly become a summertime-favorite. Combining an old-fashioned treat with bright citrus flavor, these chilled beverages will keep you cool and wow your tastebuds!


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How To: Make Creamsicle Floats

Creamsicles + floats = the best of both worlds

The irresistible mixture of coke with ice cream makes my taste buds sing! However, I don’t drink much soda lately but I was craving that bubbly, creamy sensation. Enter LaCroix!

LaCroix has replaced 95% of the soda drinking in our house and I’m discovering all the great ways it can serve as a rightful replacement.

As with all floats, fill up your old-school fountain shop glasses with several scoops of ice cream. The more the merrier, but 3-4 will do

Fill each glass with about half a can of LaCroix, or just until the foam reaches the top. Top off each glass with orange juice, about ½ cup each if you can.

If you’d like more of a strong citrusy flavor, hold back on some of the LaCroix to allow for more orange juice.

Finish with an additional scoop of ice cream on top, some orange slices, or a little zest for a pop of color. Enjoy!

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Dreamy Creamsicle Floats

Dreamy Creamsicle Floats are delightful ice cream creations that combine an old-fashioned treat with bright citrus flavor.
5 from 19 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: desserts, summer
Servings: 2

Ingredients

  • 1 quart vanilla ice cream
  • 2 – 12oz cans Orange LaCroix
  • 2-4 cups orange juice

Instructions

  • In each glass, place 3-4 scoops of ice cream. Pour about half a can of LaCroix into each glass.
  • Top each float with ½ cup of orange juice. If a more prominent orange taste is desired, add another ½ cup to each.
  • Finish with an additional scoop of ice cream on top. Enjoy!
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31 thoughts on “Dreamy Creamsicle Floats”

  1. These look so GOOD! And I just love how they look, you just want to put them somewhere to show them off. 🙂 What else can one use other than LaCroix? We don’t have that brand here but I would love to make these for the summer.

  2. 5 stars
    What a great drink recipe!! This is defiantly a dreamy creamsicle drink that tastes amazing! I will be making this again and again!!

  3. We used to make root beer floats as kids! Yum! These look so good. I had not even thought about using LaCroix for a float – genius idea! I am definitely going to try this. There’s something magical about that orange creamsicle combo of orange and vanilla that just says SUMMERTIME!

  4. 5 stars
    I can already tell we are going to be consuming these all summer at the beach house! Great recipe, thank you!

  5. ellegracedeveson

    I swear you know the way to my heart with your dreamy recipes! This looks and sounds absolutely delicious and right up my street. I’ve never tried anything like it before so I’m defiantly going to get making asap! Thank you so much for sharing with us lovely. Looks super yummy! Xo

    Elle – ellegracedeveson.com

  6. 5 stars
    My kids are going to love these allllllll summer! I’m allergic to citrus so I’ll make them with something else, but I love that the recipe is so easy that won’t be hard at all. And my kids are definitely going to want the orange!

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