Take your summer up a notch with Turkey Hill Ice Cream by making this mouth watering Bailey & S’mores Ice Cream Float. There’s nothing like a cold ice cream treat on a hot summer day! Am I right?
I can still remember patiently waiting for the sound of the ice cream truck when I was a kid. I had saved all my quarters and had them ready for when that magical song neared my house.
Can you believe I still get just as excited about this frosty treat when it’s summer. Let’s be honest, I get excited in the middle of winter too. I’ve recently discovered Turkey Hill Ice Cream and have fallen in love with it! What started as a modest dairy farm and milk delivery route has grown into one of the nation’s leading producers of ice cream and iced tea. Today, Turkey Hill products are available in 49 states and a dozen countries around the world.
This all natural ice cream is made with the most simple ingredients: milk, cream, sugar and all natural flavors.
It doesn’t use any artificial colors, and is made just like how ice cream was made over 80 years ago. My favorite flavors are the Belgian style Chocolate and Cookies and Cream! These also happen to be my childhood favorites, too! I guess I know what I like, huh?? 😉
Turkey Hill Dairy is launching the Good Mooed sampling tour in select U.S. states spanning the East Coast to the Midwest. The sampling tour will focus on the brand’s all natural ice cream line that launched last year. With limited ingredients, you can have a taste of Lancaster County, Pa., ice creams churned with all natural ingredients and a little extra cream for unforgettable richness.
I used their Belgian Style Chocolate to make the most decadent Bailey & S’mores Ice Cream Float.
S’more’s Ice Cream Float
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
4 oz milk
4 oz cold brew
2 scoops Turkey Hill Belgian Chocolate Ice Cream
a pinch of salt
¼ tsp vanilla extract
Graham cracker for garnish
1 oz baileys
Combine the milk, Baileys, cold brew, salt and vanilla in a glass and stir to combine.
In a separate glass, drip chocolate syrup down the insides of the glass.
Place two or three scoops of Turkey Hill’s Belgian Style Chocolate All Natural Ice Cream in the chocolate covered glass. Pour the milk/bailey’s/cold brew mix over the top of the ice cream.
Toast your marshmallows and place on top.
Garnish with a graham cracker.
Styling tip: after drizzling the glass with chocolate syrup, put extra around the rim and dip in crushed graham cracker crumbs.
This really did turn out so beautifully! I love how simple it is too. Some malt/shake kind of recipes take a lot of work, but I like that this doesn’t involve a lot of fuss!
You didn’t use the Bailey’s in the float!
It’s in there! It’s optional, of course!
This is positively mouthwatering. There goes my diet! These are happening in our house this weekend, using my homemade Baileys!
Oh wow, this looks epic. Perfect for an afternoon pick me up!
So this will officially be my new way to enjoy s’mores! Holy Yum!!!!!
Oh wow, Nicole!!! Although I try to eat clean and plant based as often as I can…here I would throw the towel;) Gorgeous, one of these indulgences I could not resist. The toasted marshmallows are the kicker!
Wow! This is a gorgeous refresher and so perfect for 90 degree weather. I wouldn’t mind having this today.