June 20 is Ice Cream Soda Day! Stars0 reviews (Do you like this day? Rate it!)

Ice Cream Soda Day It?s National Ice Cream Soda Day! Take the time to enjoy this frothy drink, comprised of a few scoops of ice cream in any carbonated beverage. It?s the perfect thing to cool you off on this June day. Ice cream sodas were invented by Robert Green in 1874 during Philadelphia's sesquicentennial celebration. Legend has it that Mr. Green added vanilla ice cream to the soda he sold after he ran out of ice (though Mr. Green claims he had dreamt up the innovation prior to the event). Intentional or not, it was a delicious way to keep the sodas cold, and they were an instant hit. Green was so proud of his creation that he even had the phrase ?Originator of the Ice Cream Soda? engraved on his tombstone! These days, there are many delicious variations of the original ice cream soda, including root beer floats, Boston coolers, and purple cows. To celebrate National Ice Cream Soda Day, all you need is soda, a few scoops of ice cream, and a straw! (punchbowl.com)

All-American Ice Cream Floats | Ice Cream Soda Bar Ideas |

All-American Ice Cream Floats

These awesome patriotic floats are delicious even after the Fourth of July. Enjoy them at your barbecue and stay cool.
What You'll Need:
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Blue Soda
  • Strawberry Syrup

How To Make:

1. Spoon ice cream into glass. Very, very slowly pour soda into glass over ice cream.

2. Place one scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. Garnish with strawberry syrup.

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Ice Cream Soda Bar Ideas

Get creative! Different flavor ice creams, sodas, flavored syrups, etc.

Creamsicles: orange juice, cream soda, and vanilla ice cream
Root Beer Float / Brown Cow: root beer, vanilla ice cream
Snow White: 7-up or sprite, and vanilla ice cream
Sherbet Float: Sherbet and ginger ale

Check out this website for more ideas and turn it into a summer party! Ice Cream Soda Bar Ideas

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