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How to Make a Boozy Ice Cream Float Tray

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You know we’re all about easy entertaining here at Sugar and Charm and one of the easiest desserts to serve, and is always a hit, is ice cream! Adults love to indulge in a rich and creamy scoop of ice cream after dinner since it’s refreshing, not too filling and cleans the palate. Recently, I hosted a few friends and we made a boozy ice cream float tray, yes there’s an ice cream for that, for everyone to enjoy! Floats are such a simple dessert you can do at home, and they feel fun and chic at the same time. The best part is that it only takes a few minutes to prepare them. If you haven’t tried a boozy ice cream float, we recommend breaking out the scoop and trying one!

To make the floats, we used the rich and classic Häagen-Dazs ice cream and paired it with premium vodka, bourbon, gin and elderflower liqueur. You’ll also need club soda and we added a few berries to the tray to garnish the floats with. One of my favorite combos is vanilla ice cream with elderflower liqueur and a little vodka! It was absolutely delightful!! We also love the chocolate and bourbon combination, as well as the green tea and gin. Guests love to try new things and the boozy ice cream float tray is the perfect way to get them involved and creative with their floats.

Place 3 scoops of Häagen-Dazs ice cream in a glass with 1 ounce spirit of your choice and 3 ounces of club soda. Serve with a spoon and garnish with berries!

Boozy floats are delicious and as simple as that! It’s such a unique and fun way to serve dessert and they’re so worth it. I promise your guests will be thrilled when you bring out a charming tray of boozy ice cream floats!!

Make multiple flavors – save $2 when you buy 3 Häagen-Dazs and other participating Nestlé ice cream products with this coupon.

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