The following Shirley Temple Ice Cream Float Recipe post is sponsored by Mayfield Creamery Premium Ice Cream, and opinions expressed are that of my own.
Recently, I had shared my daughter’s and my trip up to Publix and how we came home with varieties of Mayfield Creamery Premium Ice Cream.
Well during our visit, I was sure to pick up a couple containers of Vanilla Bean (it is hubby’s favorite) and one of best ways to utilize this delicious frozen treat is in a float.
Since I had always enjoyed getting Shirley Temples with my grandparents as a child, I thought it would be neat to put a twist on our usual combination and turn this drink into an ice cream float for the kiddos.
If you would like to recreate this recipe with your family, details are below.
Shirley Temple Ice Cream Float (Serves 1)
1/2 Cup of Mayfield Creamery Vanilla Bean Premium Ice Cream (around 2 scoops)
3/4 Cup of Lemon/ Lime Soda
2 Tbsp of Maraschino Cherry Syrup
1 Maraschino Cherry
Light Whipped Cream
First add your 2 scoops of ice cream to a glass.
Then, pour the Lemon/Lime Soda and allow the bubbles to settle.
Next, drizzle the Maraschino Cherry Syrup over the top. Tip: I purchased extra in a bottle.
To finish, add whipped cream and top it off with a cherry.
This Shirley Temple Ice Cream Float was a hit with my kiddos and the Vanilla Bean Ice Cream was so good. I am glad I have found another simple recipe that my family can enjoy together.
FOR ALMOST 100 YEARS, MAYFIELD CREAMERY HAS BEEN DELIVERING PREMIUM ICE CREAM TO FAMILIES IN THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES AND RECENTLY IT RECEIVED A PACKAGING MAKEOVER.
With the original creamery still located in Athens, Tennessee, their founder T.B. Mayfield served up his first scoop to family and friends in 1923. Florida families can find this homemade taste and new design at their local Publix Stores.
To see why you should add this premium Ice Cream at Publix to your grocery cart, visit mayfieldcreamery.com.
I hope your family enjoys exploring all the great flavors that Mayfield Creamery has to offer and you all have a great time making our Shirley Temple Ice Cream Floats.
Carlee @ FLL