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These Coke Floats are a fun way to enjoy the NCAA® March Madness games!
The NCAA® March Madness is on! My family loves to watch the games and see how our brackets do. There’s always a little competition to see who’s picks get the farthest.
No game day is complete, however, without game day snacks. When we are watching our favorite game, we always make floats! Lately, we have been crazy about making Coke Floats!
Right now, there are these awesome Coca-Cola NCAA® Final Four Pack available at Walmart. You can pick from Cherry Coke, Vanilla Coke and Coke Zero.
All of these flavors make great floats!
You start with your favorite vanilla ice cream. I used my Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream for this recipe.
Then you add your favorite Coke beverage — I think I’m going to make Cherry Coke Floats next time!
Then, sit back and cheer your teams on to victory!
Make sure you enter the National Coke Zero Final Four Selfie contest. You can upload a selfie with a Coca-Cola product on the site below, and be entered to win 2016 NCAA Final Four tickets. Afterwards, you can go on the site to find your selfie and see all of the others.
- 1 can Coke
- 6 scoops Vanilla Ice Cream
- Place 3 scoops of ice cream in a tall glass
- Pour 1/2 of the can of Coke over the ice cream
- Serve immediately
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