Easy Sparkling Sorbet Float Recipe
It's nonfat and a perfect dessert recipe for summer
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sparkling Ice. All opinions are 100% mine.
What better way to cool off in the middle of a summer heat wave than with sparkling sorbet floats topped with fruit?
Not only are they really easy to make, if using a nonfat sorbet… they are a refreshing, nonfat dessert!
We added the bubbles with Sparkling Ice, which is an incredibly popular drink among my daughter and her friends lately (it also helps that a brand new grocery store down the street carries a wide range of flavors).
Not pictured are three girls anxiously awaiting these floats.
If you were hosting a larger group of people, I would recommend making this a sorbet bar with multiple Sparkling Ice, sorbet and fruit options. Place the sorbet on ice and let everyone create their own flavor combinations.
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Sparkling Sorbet Float Flavor Combinations
The flavor combinations are potentially endless. We decided to run with a color theme.
Sparkling Ice Orange Mango (my favorite)
Sparkling Ice Kiwi Strawberry (my daughter’s favorite)
Sparkling Ice Strawberry Watermelon
Pear hibiscus sorbet
All you need to do is place a few scoops of sorbet into a glass and pour a tiny bit of Sparkling Ice on top. Then top with fruit. Eat with a spoon but have straws handy because you’ll want to drink the Sparkling Ice with melted sorbet in it. Yum.
- Sparkling Ice in flavor of your choice
- Sliced fruit
- Scoop sorbet into glass.
- Slowly pour Sparkling Ice down the side of the glass. If poured directly on top of the sorbet, it will melt faster than you may like.
- Add sliced fruit on top.
- Serve right away with a straw and a spoon
It’s really delicious. Truly. This is my last in a series of post about how to Flavor Up your summer with Sparkling Ice, which has been a ton of fun. For more inspiration, be sure to also check out:
- 8 Tips for Planning Your Best Summer Vacation Ever
- Live a Little: Tips for Hosting a Spontaneous Gathering
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Sounds refreshing right about now, doesn’t it?