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Cream Soda Peach Floats

Cream Soda Peach Floats |

This has been a wild summer. Going into the season, I had plans for recipes and projects that would make the most of the summer bounty and warm weather. Well, sometimes plans are meant to be broken. Instead of getting bogged down with thinking about all the things I haven’t made time for, I’m going to focus on the great and amazing things that have happened: moving, traveling and new babies.

Back in June, I had a new little nephew born and he has been such a sweet ray of sunshine! Today I’m here with a few of my blogging friends to celebrate our friend Courtney who is expecting her baby boy in just a few weeks.

I can’t think of a better thing to celebrate than a summer of new, sweet little babies!

I met Courtney a couple of years ago at Mixed and became fast friends. Since then, we’ve gotten the opportunity to hang out a few times in our great state of Ohio. She is one of the most genuinely kind people I have met. I am so happy for her and Will. They have such an amazing adventure in front of them and I can’t wait to hear all about it.

In celebration for their new little guy, I am serving Courtney up a quick and easy baby-friendly drink/dessert: Cream Soda Peach Floats. Summer is about simplicity – as is being 8 months pregnant. No one has time for fussy desserts when you’re pregnant in an Ohio heat wave.

I hope you enjoy it, Courtney!

I’m sending lots of love and prayers your way and we are all so excited to hear news of your sweet arrival.



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And here is the rest of the Baby Shower menu!

1. Twix Millionaire Bars from Wallflour Girl

2. Strawberry Cheesecake Bars from That Skinny Chick Can Bake

3. Spicy Tahini Palmiers from Food Lust People Love

4. Cream Soda Peach Floats from Jelly Toast

5. Raspberry Lemon Macarons from The Redhead Baker

6. No Churn Peanut Butter Ice Cream A Cookie Named Desire

7. Coconut Peach Slushie from Heather’s Dish

8. Mocha Coconut Frappuccino Pie from Melanie Makes

9. Watermelon Lime Mocktails from The Live-In Kitchen

10. Vegan Cheesy Pull-Apart Bread from Namely Marly

11. Mango Pineapple Agua Fresca from Pineapple and Coconut

12. Easy Apple Tart from gotta get baked

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Happy Wednesday!!

Cream Soda Peach Floats

Yield: 2 Floats


4 scoops peach sorbet

1 bottle high quality cream soda


Place 2 scoops of peach sorbet into two glasses. Top with cream soda.

Eat, repeat, enjoy!

July 29th, 2015

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12 comments on “Cream Soda Peach Floats”

  1. What a delicious treat for a summer shower!!! SO beautiful and refreshing!

  2. Hi Emily! It was a pleasure meeting you through this virtual shower. I’m so glad I did – your blog is fabulous! I love the modern, clean feel and the amazing recipes you have. Thank you so much for joining the party. I wish I lived near Courtney so that I could hang out with her all the time – she’s seriously one of the sweetest people I know. Even though it’s only 9:00 a.m., I could go for a glass or two of your floats. Cheers!

    • Thanks so much for including me, Nancy! And thank you for organizing this shower – I’m so glad we could come together to celebrate Courtney!

  3. These look heavenly. A great twist on a classic! 

  4. I love this idea! What a great twist on a classic. 

  5. Preach, sister. I certainly can’t be fussing with turning on the oven these days! I have been craving floats, so this is absolutely perfect. Thank you so much for celebrating me and the little man today! I feel so loved and am so thankful for all of you. I’m so glad we got the chance to meet and hang out more this past year!

    • Yay! We all love you, my dear and are hoping and praying for the very best for you and your family. You are truly a gem and your new little guy is one lucky little baby to have a mama like you 🙂 xoxo

  6. Em, you’re the drink queen!  I don’t care much for cream soda but I’m so ready to dive into one of these floats!

  7. Here’s where two wonderful ingredients come together to make something greater than the two alone! Perfect as a drink or dessert. Delicious, Emily!