Cupid Floats: a kid-friendly Valentine’s Day drink that is as fun to make as it is to drink.
Most parents love a good glass of wine or champagne on Valentine’s Day, but those drinks are not suitable for kids. If you are looking for a fun and tasty drink to make with the kids this Valentine’s Day, you’ll want to check out this easy Cupid Floats recipe. It’s frothy and creamy and downright delicious and unlike the soda-based versions, this one uses juice as its main liquid.
2 Tablespoon strawberry syrup (sundae-style not the kind you add to milk)
2 scoops vanilla ice cream
Strawberry-banana fruit juice, as needed
Holding the glass diagonally, squeeze the strawberry syrup along the inside of the glass.
Place down and allow the strawberry syrup to drip down dramatically as you scoop some vanilla ice cream into the glass.
Top with strawberry-banana fruit juice until the glass is full.
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Gladys parker says
Oh how cool and festive these drinks are. I’m planning a little something for/with my grandchildren and they will love these for a couple reasons. First they are so cool and festive. Second because their juice is always diluted due to sugar. Three they rarely have ice cream and sweats. It is for a good reason as both their grandmothers are very unhealthy.
This is a cute idea. I like that they are called cupid floats. Fun idea for kids.
Elizabeth O says
love love this idea, how very creative of you. I am saving this to try for sure 🙂
Our Family World says
Looks so yummy not to try! I will have to get some vanilla ice cream though. This would be a delight to enjoy regardless of the weather!
Chelley Martinka says
This is such a fun Valentine’s treat! I can’t wait to try it out!
Cindy Ingalls says
These floats look so delicious. I’m having a very low key Valentine’s Day but was looking for something fun to do to celebrate and I think I found the perfect sweet treat.
This is such a cute idea! I will have to try making these myself.