*This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of 7UP®. The opinions and text are all mine*
Raise your hand if as a kid you used to LOVE 7UP! I remember those hot summer NJ days at Harding School Day Camp. My Mom would pack me a peanut butter and jelly sandwich + chips + a piece of fruit + a cupcake + a cold cherry 7UP (I loved that pink can). After hours of playing “kick the can” all the campers would sit on the brick wall and eat our lunches sweaty, dirty, laughing, and refueling for the rest of a day of fun. Oh those were the good old days! No worries, except to just run around in the great outdoors with no electronic devices. It was so simple. It was so much FUN. It was pure bliss!
Those kind of memories never go away and they are such good ones! So while we are being nostalgic, I thought it would be fun to create one of my favorite childhood treats for those days when you want something sweet, bubbly, that brings back those fun childhood memories. This is a super easy recipe, with simple ingredients, and it is very versatile. I know we have all had root beer floats, but why not change it up and make a 7UP float?
Creamy, sweet, and delicious this is the perfect dessert to treat yourself I was craving bananas when I whipped up this float, but you could use any fruit and it would be just as good. And if you wanted to make it more of an “adult beverage” you could definitely add your choice of rum, vodka, and even champagne! The possibilities are endless my friends!
- ½ cup of 7UP
- 1 sliced banana
- Couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream
- Dollop of whipped cream Handful of ice
- Extra sliced bananas on top and with sprinkles and chocolate syrup for garnish, because why not!
- Dice up the banana and muddle a few of them up at the bottom of the mason jar;
- Add ice (if you like it extra chilled), ice cream, 7UP, and whipped cream;
- Garnish with some extra strawberries and ENJOY!
Easy, delicious, and the perfect treat any time of year for not only YOU but for your kids! And if you really want to get adventurous and step out of the comfort zone with your 7UP, I highly recommend that you check out the two recipes below for some 7UP Inspiration.
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