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Cold Pressed Watermelon Soda Floats


We really don’t drink a lot of sugary soda, like Coke or root beer, in our house, which means you won’t  find root beer floats around here! We happily discovered that you can make a sparkling beverage from cold pressed juice with the KitchenAid Sparkling Beverage Maker!! It’s so much fun to use and the style is so charming! We used cold pressed watermelon juice (Trader Joe’s has a great one!!), and then created a delicious bubbly beverage from it and poured it over scoops of vanilla ice cream and watermelon. Yum. A healthier version of a float that you can feel better about eating. These are the types of soda floats you’ll find in our house and I can’t wait to test out more fun recipes using the machine!!WatermelonFloats_4WatermelonFloats_2 WatermelonFloats_3 WatermelonFloats1_watermelonfloats

Cold Pressed Watermelon Soda Floats
  • Vanilla ice cream
  • 1 juicy watermelon
  • 2 cups cold pressed watermelon juice
  1. Follow the directions on the sparkling beverage maker to create a bubbly watermelon juice.
  2. Using a melon ball scoop, scoop out watermelon balls to layer with vanilla ice cream. We used the melon ball scoop for the ice cream and watermelon so they’re the same size.
  3. Pour the sparkling cold pressed watermelon juice over the ice cream and watermelon balls and enjoy!!
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6 responses to Cold Pressed Watermelon Soda Floats

  1. VSing
    August 22, 2017

    What if you don’t have a sparkling beverage maker? Is there an alternative?

    1. Eden
      August 25, 2017

      Maybe try fresh pressed watermelon juice and club soda? That could work!

  2. June 2, 2018

    I love the glasses you used! Where did you get them?

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