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Orange Floats Recipe {2 Ingredients!}

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These Orange Floats make a fantastic treat on a hot day. And an easy beverage idea for parties. 

With warmer temperatures on the rise, I am currently all about the refreshing recipes. Think popsicles, cool drinks, and no bake desserts. If you love popsicles you’ve got to try these family favorite flavors – Dragon Fruit Popsicles, Root Beer Float Popsicles and Banana Pudding Pops.

I have actually had this orange dreamsicle soda float recipe in my arsenal for a while – it’s another childhood favorite that I wanted to share with you. 

orange floats with orange sprinkles with text overlay

I’m sharing tips to help you get the best results with this recipe. If you don’t need the tips, scroll to the bottom for the full recipe, including a printable recipe card.

If you have been here for any time at all you know I love orange flavored recipes, such as Copycat Orange Julius Drink, Orange Dreamsicle Salad, and Orange Flavored Marshmallow Fruit Dip.

As you can see it was only a matter of time before I pumped out an orange popsicle or a treat with ice cream in it.

While you may think of orange soda floats as a single serve recipe, these are actually pretty awesome to serve at parties. You can even host your own float bar! Be sure to read until the end, because there’s more about that later. 

ice cream in a bucket with ice next to orange soda

Ingredients for Orange Floats 

Vanilla ice cream

Orange soda – choose your favorite, we like Fanta or Faygo

Optional Toppings to Make it Festive

Whipped cream

Sprinkles

Orange candy slices

How To Make the Best Orange Float 

Add your ice cream to a glass (these float glasses and spoons are the perfect size) and slowly pour the soda over. Once the fizz goes down add more soda if needed. 

Serve with your favorite toppings, spoon, and a colorful paper straw. Simple, right?!

two image collage showing orange floats being made

Float Variations 

Here are more ideas for other kinds of floats – just swap out the orange soda. 

  • Root beer float 
  • Coke Float 
  • Dr. Pepper Floats

If you want your float a little boozy, we won’t mind as long as you’re over 21. Many people make floats with spritzers, flavored vodkas or champagne.

two orange floats next to ice cream bucket

Hosting a Float Party

Back to the idea of having a float party. Simply set out your sodas (use a variety for more options). Don’t forget your paper straws, because they add a festive touch. 

To keep your ice cream cold, place it in an ice bucket. You can also add ice cream salt to the ice to keep it super cold.

Place the toppings in individual bowls so your guests can choose their favorite.

This is actually an easy and budget friendly party that is great for kids and adults. Not to mention everyone loves the idea of a DIY bar setup. 

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Orange Floats Recipe

These Orange Floats make a fantastic treat on a hot day. And an easy beverage idea for parties.
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Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 2
Calories: 343kcal
Author: Lori @ A Reinvented Mom

Ingredients

  • 1 pint Vanilla ice cream
  • 12 ounces orange soda, like Fanta or Faygo

Optional Toppings

Instructions

  • Add 2 scoops of ice cream to glasses.
  • Slowly pour orange soda over ice cream. Add more soda after the fizz recedes, if desired.
  • Garnish with optional toppings if desired.
  • Serve immediately with a spoon or straw.

Notes

  • Quantities will vary based on the size of your ice cream scoop and glasses.
  • Change things up with these variations: Root Beer Floats, Coke Floats or Dr. Pepper Floats.
  • These are fun treats to serve at parties – the recipe can be doubled for larger groups. Set up a “float bar” with soda, ice cream, glasses and colorful paper straws so your guests can make their own.
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Nutrition

Calories: 343kcal | Carbohydrates: 49g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 15g | Saturated Fat: 9g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 58mg | Sodium: 123mg | Potassium: 264mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 45g | Vitamin A: 556IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 172mg | Iron: 1mg

Nutritional information is provided as a reference, using an online calculator. We recommend verifying the information independently for accuracy.

Keyword: classic float recipe, dreamsicle float, soda floats

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