Apple Pie Ice Cream Float | REstyleSOURCE

Apple Pie Ice Cream Float


This apple pie ice cream float recipe is a fun spin on the all American classic ice cream soda float. With apple cider, ginger ale and creamy vanilla ice cream you are sure to fall in love at first sip. Only three ingredients, this easy float is probably the fastest Autumn inspired dessert that you could make! That doesn’t make it any less delicious, however – short on time definitely doesn’t mean short on taste in this case! In fact, we’re sure that you’ll love it so much, you might even choose to debut it at Thanksgiving, right next to Grandma’s homemade apple pie. Surprise the kids with this delicious treat after school one day; you just might win mom of the year award! See below for full recipe and instructions.

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Apple Pie Ice Cream Float
Recipe type: Dessert
  • Vanilla ice cream
  • Apple cider
  • Ginger ale
  1. Scoop three scoops of vanilla ice cream into a chilled glass.
  2. Add apple cider and ginger ale until glass begins to bubble over.
  3. *Cider and ginger ale amounts should be chosen to personal taste. We like a 50/50 split in ours!

Apple Pie Ice Cream Float | REstyleSOURCE

PHOTO: Amy Frances Photography


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  • gmattei
    December 8, 2014

    SEESalt does it again!! Her recipes are always fantastic…this float sounds so yummy!

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