There’s nothing more refreshing than popsicles, right? If you’re a fan of Coke floats, you’re going to LOVE these Coke Float Pops!

If you need to find me during the months of March through July, your best bet is to head to the ball field. Most weeks, I feel like we live there. Between practice, games, and opening celebrations, we are always running back and forth. And it’s only going to get worse as the boys get older.

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On the weekends, this means we spend more time out of the house then in and we are always on the go! We may be pretty busy but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. These crazy weeks have been setting us up for some of the best summer memories ever. And it’s not even summer yet!

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I live for those summer memories. From staying outside on summer nights with friends catching lightening bugs to spur of the moment road trips, there are so many summer memories to be had.

One of the things that make up our summer memories are fun summer treats, like S’Mores Dip and popsicles!

Coca-Cola Float Frozen Pops

For this recipe, you will need pop molds, Coca-Cola™ and your favorite vanilla ice cream.

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You are going to put your pops together just like you would a Coca-Cola Float. Start with a spoonful of vanilla ice cream on the bottom.

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You want to make sure you use a spoon and not an ice cream scooper! Use the spoon to push the ice cream all the way down into the bottom of the pop mold.


Next, top with Coca-Cola. You want to make sure the Coca-Cola is cold so it doesn’t melt the ice cream. Also, pour slowly! We all know how the soda bubbles into a foam with making a float! Let it settle down and add more. You want to fill your pop about 3/4 of the way to the top leaving room for some frozen foam!

Top with a little more ice cream to hold it all together.  Add the tops to your pop molds and place in the freezer until firm!

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Coca-Cola Float Pops

Ingredients

  • Coca-Cola, cold
  • vanilla ice cream

Instructions

  1.  Start with a spoonful of vanilla ice cream on the bottom. You want to make sure you use a spoon and not an ice cream scooper! Use the spoon to push the ice cream all the way down into the bottom of the pop mold.
  2. Next, top with Coca-Cola. You want to make sure the Coca-Cola is cold so it doesn’t melt the ice cream. Also, pour slowly! We all know how the soda bubbles into a foam with making a float! Let it settle down and add more. You want to fill your pop about 3/4 of the way to the top leaving room for some frozen foam!
  3. Top with a little more ice cream to hold it all together.
  4. Add the tops to your pop molds and place in the freezer until firm!

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