Chocolatey and fizzy with swirls of caramel delight ice cream, this Chocolatey Caramel Delight Fizzy Soda will you help beat the heat!
If you love milkshake, try this Coffee Cooler Float.
Here in the Midwest, it’s not uncommon for you to have the heat on one day and the air conditioning on the next. Our temperatures have officially hit the 90’s so the air is pumping full blast and we’re turning our attention to all things summer, which means lots of ice cream and frozen treats to keep cool.
Ice cream is my son’s favorite treat so we are never without a carton in our freezer. He also loves chocolate syrup and the occasional “pop” or “soda” if you live in the South. So recently when he came in from playing outside all day, he asked for a milkshake but I told him I had something better in mind.
We made Chocolatey Caramel Delight Fizzy Soda and now milkshakes have taken a back burner.
Let’s rewind to last summer when we were all at my Grandmother’s house. I found these soda fountain glasses she had in the cabinet. It was instant love. They reminded me of old advertisements and movies where you would see people bellied up to the diner counter with 1 glass and two straws so they could share the delightful treat.
I’m also on a huge milkshake, float, smoothie kick as you can see from the last few posts on the website but especially this Coffee Cooler Float, which is delicious if you love coffee and the perfect afternoon pick me up!
While I was pulling out the ingredients to make the Chocolatey Caramel Delight Fizzy Soda I thought of those glasses and how perfect they would be for this afternoon treat. Complete with straws and a long-handled spoon so you can get out every last bit of goodness at the bottom, I got to work.
I had a carton of Edy’s Slow Churned Caramel Delight light ice cream, which is one of our favorites because it’s made with fresh milk and cream, so it’s extra creamy and delicious. There are ribbons and pools of rich caramel goodness all through the carton, even on the bottom! YAS!
Edy’s Slow Churned Caramel Delight light ice cream is also 1/2 the Fat and 1/3 Fewer Calories than full fat ice cream, which is a big plus for me. It’s also made with no artificial colors or flavors. DOUBLE YAS!
Chocolatey Caramel Delight Fizzy Soda is super easy to prepare and will have you sharing a yummy treat in less than 5 minutes.
Chocolate syrup is combined with Edy’s Slow Churned Caramel Delight light ice cream, club soda, topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings and isn’t complete without a cherry on top!
Aren’t those bubbles super fun?! You can switch up the flavors all summer long with any combination you’d like. Just grab some flavored syrup, a carton of ice cream, such as Edy’s Slow Churned light ice cream, a fizzy beverage and you’re on your way to a tasty afternoon delight!
Chocolatey Caramel Delight Fizzy Soda
Yield 2 servings
Chocolatey, fizzy and with swirls of caramel delight ice cream, this Chocolatey Caramel Delight Fizzy Soda will you help beat the heat!
- Chocolate syrup
- 1 cup Edy’s Slow Churned Caramel Delight light ice cream
- 1 cup Club soda
- Whipped cream
- Chocolate shavings
- In a fountain glass, slowly drizzle chocolate syrup into the glass swirl the glass as you go.
- Into the bottom, add ½ cup Edy’s Slow Churned Caramel Delight light ice cream.
- Pour in ½ cup club soda.
- Top with whipped cream, chocolate shavings and a cherry.
My son and I shared one that hot summer afternoon while we chatted about our summer bucket list and all the things we’d like to do before school starts.
Summers are short, so indulge in those precious moments and Chocolatey Caramel Delight Fizzy Soda while you have the kids home for those brief 12 weeks.
Thank you to Edy’s Ice Cream for sponsoring this post.
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Oh my! Chocolate and caramel is such a great combination! I love how your summer drink looks like! I`ll have to try it out! Stopping by from Share My Post! Have a great weekend!
Marisa Franca @ All Our Way says
Yes, indeed! Those drinks would fix the sweet tooth and quench the thirst. And I know what you mean about the Mid-states. One day we’re sweltering then we are freezing. Whatever the temp those drinks would work well.
Adriana Lopez Martn says
I love ice cream sodas and this looks amazing and so much fun. Very creative and that gif made my day =)
Veena Azmanov says
I LOVE ice cream soda drinks.! And this has chocolate. Yum..! That’s a drink and a dessert in one! LOVE it.
Noel Lizotte says
Beautiful, Megan! Those pictures look like something out of an ice cream soda shop! I’ll bet you all were so glad to cool off with these treats.
Molly Kumar says
Oh the Chocolatey Caramel Delight Soda looks Perfect for summer parties!! I’m a sucker for Ice-cream shakes/floats/sodas and this is extra special cause of caramel 😉 Will try soon.
Grandma’s glasses… true treasure! Recipe came just in time – summer delices, here I come!
Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy says
Those pictures make you want to dive right into the computer screen. It has been a long time since I had one of these. With the hot weather…this is a welcome treat for sure.
Jessica (Swanky Recipes) says
I have been seeing this recipe all over the internet and finally had to make it over just to get the recipe!!! This recipe will be perfect for our family weekend at the beach next month!
I am in LOVE with this !! When I saw this recipe on Pinterest I had to try it and let me tel you .. it was fantastic!! Thanks for the recipe 🙂
CHocolate and caramel is the perfect combination. I will have to try this out this summer I love your recipe!
Marlynn | UrbanBlissLife says
This looks amazing!! My kids and their friends would all love it if we whipped these up during summer break!
Mackenzie @ Food Above Gold says
I love that you use club soda instead of a different sweet one. My only complaints with delightful goodies like this are when they are too sweet – but this sounds just right!