It Starts With Coffee

Coffee Ice Cream Float

Food · Sponsored Post · September 21, 2017

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Is it possible to not love something that mixes ice cream AND coffee? What about a low calorie ice cream with delicious espresso? Well I am about to blow your mind! Today I am sharing the recipe that we have been LOVING the past few months! Coffee Ice Cream Floats are all the rage in our house and yours soon enough!

Coffee Ice Cream Float

Ingredients:

  • Low Cow Chocolate or Vanilla ice cream
  • Coffee of your choice (I chose espresso)
  • Ice
  • Blender


Recipe:

  1. Add one serving of espresso (one shot)
  2. Add 3 scoops of your choice of vanilla or chocolate Low Cow Ice Cream
  3. Blend it up!
  4. Pour in a glass and top with another scoop of Low Cow!



So good! This has been the perfect treat after dinner or just to relax with! Plus it’s something we both love!

Why Low Cow? Well first of all in this house with ice cream we have little self control. BUT you don’t need it! You can eat an entire pint of Low Cow (now available at Kroger) and not feel bad! Low calorie (80% less fat and 60% fewer calories than regular ice cream). High protein (24g per pint). Rich and creamy – actually tastes like real ice cream without chalky aftertaste. Simple Truth – so you can trust quality and FREE FROM ingredients. Available in 6 flavors: Chocolate, Vanilla Bean, Sea Salt Caramel, Lemon Cake, Mint Chocolate Chip, Birthday Cake

How does this coffee ice cream float sound to you? Easy enough right? Will you replicate it at home? I can’t wait to hear!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kroger. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  • 19 thoughts on “Coffee Ice Cream Float

    1. Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

      I used to love ordering coffee ice cream floats at restaurants when I was a kid. I remember my family used to travel to Bangkok, Thailand frequently (the plane tickets are cheap here from Hong Kong), and I’d order a coffee ice cream float from a restaurant there called Black Canyon Coffee every time. Nice to know I can recreate a low-cal version at home now!

      Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
      http://charmainenyw.com

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    2. Helene

      Looks delicious! Can’t get enough ice cream, and if it’s healthier, even better:) I would love to try the birthday cake flavour, I don’t think I’ve ever had that! Thanks for sharing:)

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    3. Marcie W.

      I am pretty much the biggest coffee lover on the planet, so this float is an absolute must try for me! A lower calorie ice cream means less guilt too, which is a total bonus.

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    4. Southern & Style

      This sounds amazing! One of my co-workers invited my husband over to have dinner with him and his wife a few months ago and as dessert he served us vanilla ice cream with freshly brewed espresso-it was so decadent and delicious, so tasty!

      xoxo, SS

      Southern and Style

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