(Inside: My life is a series of wonderful easy Harry Potter desserts lately. A revolving door of–oooh! Hey look, it’s a Vegan Butterbeer Float!)
I am literally having so much fun with my “free time” since the kids are both in school for 2 hours every couple of days.
That’s not a TON of time. But, as I’ve found, it’s plenty of time to do things like make a Vegan Butterbeer Float to enjoy as an afternoon snack when they get home…
And, let’s just say, they’re really enjoying being in school–and the neat new treats that they’re getting when mom has some free time to herself. LOL!
My favorite part of this Vegan Butterbeer Float is that you can make it while you’re watching Fantastic Beasts or even reading Deathly Hollows.
It’s seriously a no-brainer once you get everything going.
I can’t wait to make them again next week when the kids are gone again. LOL!
If you’re digging this Vegan Butterbeer Float, be sure to pin it so that you can find it the second time you want to make it–because you’re going to want to make it again, trust me.
Vegan Butterbeer Float
Vegan Butterbeer Float
My life is a series of wonderful easy Harry Potter desserts lately. A revolving door of--oooh! Hey look, it's a Vegan Butterbeer Float!
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1½ tspn vanilla
- 1/2 tspn apple cider vinegar
- ¾ tspn salt
- ½ cup coconut cream so, chill a can of coconut milk overnight, then scoop the thick stuff out--drain the water away
- 2 cans coconut milk chilled overnight
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- 1 Can Cream Soda
- Place the brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, salt and vanilla in a pot over high heat.
- Add the coconut cream and stir.
- Stir for a long, long time until the caramel is all soft and smooooth.
- Split into 3 equal parts. Place 1 of these parts in the refrigerator.
- Open the cans of coconut milk and place coconut cream in a large bowl, discarding the coconut water (unless you love to drink that).
- Combine coconut cream and powdered sugar with a hand mixer.
- Stir/swirl in 1 portion of the the butterbeer drizzle by hand.
- Place in the freezer for 2-3 hours.
- Mix the cream soda and 1 portion of the butterbeer drizzle together until the butterbeer drizzle is completely dissolved.
- Place 1 scoop of the ice cream into the bottom of a mason jar or other serving cup, then pour a some of the cream soda mixture into the cup, followed by another scoop of ice cream and another portion of the cream soda mixture--repeat until serving glass is full.
- Pour remaining portion of butterbeer drizzle (it's in the fridge in case you forgot) on top and serve with a slice of apple and some cinnamon sticks for fun!