Twisted Chocolately Chocolate Ice Cream Soda Float
Chocolate lovers rejoice! I have created for you the Twisted Chocolately Chocolate Ice Cream Soda Float! When you can’t get enough chocolate in a glass, it overflows and is so worth it.
This recipe is inspired by GIANT Food Stores Limited Time Originals line, TWISTED CHOCOLATE. The line of more than 30 chocolate products are available NOW and are here for a limited time. As they say, once they are gone, they are gone! Just a few to keep your eyes open for are cookies, hummus, cream soda, ice cream, chocolate bars and flowers. Yes, flowers. More on that in a minute.
Twisted Chocolately Chocolate Ingredients
- Premium ice cream
- Chocolate chunk cookies
- Fudge topping
- Flake & granola cereal *for garnish
- Whipped cream *not pictured
The twist on the Twisted Chocolate products is an added ingredient. It is something that makes your tastebuds say, ‘What is that? I like it!’ My tastebuds are telling me either cayenne pepper, cinnamon or coffee. Your taste buds may tell you something different.
But I am sure they will tell you that it is delicious!
Putting together an ice cream soda float is pretty simple.
Start with a large cup or a mug. Use something clear so you can monitor how much soda you pouring in the glass. There is less spillage. I am a messy person, so I need to take as many precautions as possible.
Scooped 3 medium scoops of the Twisted Chocolate ice cream into the glass.
Then I slowly poured the Twisted Chocolate soda over the ice cream. If you have never made a soda float be aware that the ice cream will foam up and if you pour to fast it will overflow, quickly.
Top off the float with a squirt of whipped cream, a sprinkling of the Twisted Chocolate flakes and granola, a cookie and the fudge topping. I was taught in my pastry classes in college that when you have a soft dessert such as ice cream or a custard, you need to have a crunch to go along with it. The cereal provides that crunch factor in this recipe.
Remove the metal lid from the jar of the fudge topping and microwave for about 20 seconds. It will heat up and be able to drizzle nicely.
Can we take a minute and admire how beautiful these flower are? Seriously, when was the last time you took time to enjoy flowers? The are also part of the Twisted Chocolate line.
I will give you a minute.
The colors are soft lilacs, pinks, with a touch of chocolate coloring on the tips of some of the daisies.
Here is my pro tip for selecting flowers in a mixed bouquet. Choose a bunch where some of the flowers are still closed up. They will open up over the coming days, adding more beauty to the bunch. The lillies in this bunch are still closed but I am looking forward to when they burst open, adding another layer of fragrance and color to this beautiful bouquet.
Aslo…. the flowers don’t smell like chocolate.