But the Texas heat requires treats that are cold and refreshing....like this orange creamsicle float!
Orange Zevia All-Natural Soda
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (get the good stuff!)
Vanilla Vodka (optional)
Stuff your glass with as much ice cream as it will hold
Pour two-fingers of Vanilla Vodka over top (optional)
Fill the rest of the cup with Orange Zevia
Garnish with wafer cookies and orange candies
We invited a few friends over to celebrate the new season, and I used the bright colored soda cans as decor inspiration. Sticking with shades of orange and yellow, and using citrus fruits as accents, gave everything a fun and cohesive look, with little effort.
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The kids had fun creating their own non-alcoholic floats, and the grown-ups enjoyed the extra kick in theirs! We don't drink much soda, but with no artificial colors or sweeteners, I don't have to worry about them drinking Zevia. Who knew orange soda wasn't supposed to be orange?!?
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You could use orange sorbet for an even lighter treat, but the ice cream makes it so thick and creamy.
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What's your favorite ice cream float flavor, or your go-to Summertime drink? Hop over to the Zevia Flavors of Summer page to see more delicious recipes dreamed up by these fab bloggers, and vote for your favorite!
While you're there, check out how to pin your perfect party details and the Zevia flavor that inspires you most, and you could win a $500 gift card! The Zevia Flavors of Summer pin board is a great place to start for inspiration!
This post was graciously sponsored by Zevia, but the opinions and cheerful party are mine. Thank you for supporting Hi Sugarplum sponsors!