This Cherry & Chocolate Ice Cream Float recipe is inspired by Grease and such a fun flavored treat!
So here’s the deal, I grew up watching Grease. It’s a classic, everyone’s seen it, right? Apparently, not. My husband hadn’t seen it until last week. He actually came home in the middle of me watching it and sat down on the couch and just shook his head.
When he admitted that he’d never seen and I asked why he said that he couldn’t understand why people loved it so much because it doesn’t send a good message to women. My response, “Well, he puts on a sweater for her” and he’s like “Yeah, and then he throws it off and she’s still left smoking a cigarette in skin-tight pants she had to be sewn into.” And then they flew off in the car and Matt wanted to know “What the eff” he just watched.
So Matt may not be a huge fan of the movie, but you should all be a huge fan of this Cherry & Chocolate Ice Cream Float inspired by the movie. When Sandy and Danny go into the Frosty Palace and order dinner, they get a cherry soda and chocolate ice cream, so I decided to combine them for a fun twist on the classic soda float!
- 1/4 cup maraschino cherry syrup
- 2 maraschino cherries
- 12 oz. club soda
- 1 scoop chocolate ice cream
- chocolate whipped cream
- chocolate syrup
- Add cherry syrup, cherries, and club soda to a tall glass.
- Top with a scoop of chocolate ice cream, whipped cream, and chocolate syrup
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Comments & Reviews
Natasha @ Salt and Lavender says
Wow, these are gorgeous and I’m sure would taste fantastic!! Love your photos. Pinning!
Thank you so much, Natasha!