Cupid Floats, a Valentine’s Day Treat

By Holly Sosa

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Valentine’s Day is just a few days away and we’re all heart eyes and sparkles over here. Some of my favorite Valentine memories surround sweet treats, like when my grandpa would carefully choose a conversation heart for each of us grandkiddos before we left his house after a visit. So when it comes to making family memories around holidays for my own children, it’s only natural that I end up leaning towards making a fun treat.

These fun Cupid Floats are a Valentine’s Day twist on the classic root beer version. To start, you’ll fill your cup with some Cherry 7Up.

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Next add on a scoop of classic vanilla ice cream. And prepare for fizz!

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And as for your straw? Well, a piece of licorice with each end nibbled off will do just fine!

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If you create a special treat on Valentine’s Day, this one is simple enough. And my kiddos loved attacking it with their makeshift straw and a spoon. It would make a great family dessert during movie night with Netflix.

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With Fuller House premiering this month, we couldn’t be more excited to gather around our smart TV together and soak in all our favorite characters. DJ was my best friend in my mind and Uncle Jesse will forever be my #MCM. Have you seen the official full trailer released earlier this week?

That familiar house, those familiar people, the one liners. Cut it out! How rude! Have mercy! I’ll be at the premiere early next week, so be sure to follow ourhollydays on Instagram as I live share the event. That is if I don’t spontaneously combust from the excitement!

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