Valentine's Day Cupid Float

Valentine’s Day cupid float

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we are gearing up for the day of hearts and love with a special treat. We love creating fun drinks for our kids that remind us of our own childhood. For a twist on a classic root beer float, combine vanilla ice cream and Cherry 7-UP to create these sweet cupid floats that will sweeten up your Valentine’s Day celebrations.

Just like an old fashioned float, these cupid floats are made with only three ingredients and can be put together in just minutes.  They are perfect if you want to surprise your kids with a special Valentine’s Day treat and are also great for parties and playdates.  Pretty much anyone will enjoy these cool, creamy and fizzy Valentine’s Day drinks.

Valentine's Day Cupid Float

Cupid Float

Servings: As many as you want to make!
Prep time: Less than 5-minutes

Ingredients:

Vanilla ice cream
Cherry 7-UP
Whipped cream topping

Directions:

1. Fill a glass with 1-2 scoops of ice cream. Pull out some fun glasses, if you have them!
2. Pour Cherry 7-UP slowly over ice cream.
3. When carbonation has settled, add one last scoop of ice cream on the top of the float.
4. Top with whipped cream topping and add sprinkles.

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Sweet sipping

If you can’t wait long enough for the ice cream to start to melt you can dig right in with a spoon, but as the soda and ice cream begin to blend together the creamy concoction can be sipped through a straw. We served the cupid floats in milkshake glasses, but for class parties we’ve prepared these in clear plastic cups, too. No matter how you serve these cupid floats, everyone will be sipping sweetly.

Valentine's Day Cupid Float

What is your favorite Valentine’s Day treat?

Meet the Author | Carrie Beth & Jen


Carrie Beth and Jen are both 30-something mothers and wives, who happen to be best friends. They both love all things preppy, southern, and just plain pretty. Between the two of them, they have 5 precious little ones and constantly have a text conversation going on about the day-to-day of their lives and the crazy adventure that is motherhood. Whether it's trying to keep up with current fashion trends, finally getting around to that DIY project, or just dealing with everyday life with kids, it always keeps them laughing and it's always real life. They share their ideas and stories on their blog, The Magnolia Mamas.

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