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Sink Your Fangs into this Spooky Vampire Float Recipe for Halloween



Vampire Float Recipe


Halloween is creeping up, and that means it's time to indulge in spine-tingling treats that will send shivers down your spine! If you're a fan of all things spooky and delicious, we have the perfect concoction for you. Get ready to sink your fangs into our hauntingly delightful Vampire Float recipe! This chilling blend of blood-red soda and creamy vanilla ice cream will transport you straight into the mysterious world of vampires. So gather your fellow creatures of the night and prepare to be enchanted by this ghoulishly irresistible Halloween treat!


This spooky vampire float is the perfect addition to any Halloween party! Made with just a few simple ingredients, this delicious and easy-to-make recipe will be sure to impress your guests. And what's more, it's so much fun to make! So gather your friends and get ready to sink your fangs into this frightfully good treat.


Makes: 1 Float

Prep: 10 Minutes


What You’ll Need to make Vampire Float Recipe


Ingredients:

2 cups big red soda

3 scoops vanilla ice cream

1 teaspoon red sparkle gel

1/3 teaspoon black sprinkles

whipped topping for topping

vampire teeth

straw





Instructions for your Vampire Float Recipe


Place three scoops ice cream into a glass. Slowly pour in big red soda.


Drizzle red sparkle gel along the rim of the glass. Top with whipped topping and sprinkles.


Place straw into the glass and add vampire teeth.



If you’re looking for a fun and easy Halloween recipe, this spooky vampire float is your answer! It combines all the best flavors of classic root beer floats with an eerie twist. Plus, it’s simple enough for kids to make on their own or help out in making. So get ready to sink your fangs into this deliciously creepy vampire float and enjoy a little bit of Halloween magic!


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