Ever wondered how to make a cream soda float? Well for this Chocolate Ice Cream Soda, it’s as simple as scooping some ice cream, pouring club soda over it, and drizzling with chocolate!
I have been to Goodwill now twice looking for photo props, and neither time have I left disappointed. My latest excursion got me these tall old-fashioned soda glasses. When I saw them on the shelf, I knew not only did I had to have them, but also that I had to come home and make chocolate ice cream soda immediately.
Whenever I think of chocolate sodas, I really think of my mom. There’s an ice cream stand down the street from my childhood home that made the best ice cream ever (I suppose there’s a chance that it could be just my childhood memories – kind of like how I remember Spaghettios being amazing, but having eaten them as an adult, I realize they’re not nearly as good as I remember.) I just remember that my mom used to order them when I was young, and I thought it was such a strange concept, chocolate, in a soda?
Well, it’s not strange at all. It’s effing delicious. Even better if you use chocolate ice cream, but as I only had vanilla, I just poured extra chocolate syrup *wink*.
Such a wonderful snack on a lovely gorgeous spring day.
Please note: All measurements on this are highly approximate and subject to each persons tastes and desires.
Tools needed to make this recipe:
- All you really need for this recipe is a nice ice cream scoop and some fancy soda glasses to serve them in.
If you liked this Chocolate Ice Cream Soda, check out these other delicious chocolate recipes:
- Fried Tempura Ice Cream with Mint Chocolate Truffles
- Chocolate Eclairs
- Dark Chocolate Fudge Frosting
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups
Chocolate Ice Cream Soda
- 2 scoops ice cream
- 6 oz. chilled club soda
- 1/4 cup chocolate syrup
- Place the ice cream in a tall ice cream glass, and pour the club soda over.
- Drizzle with the chocolate syrup and give a quick stir.