Zevia & Clemmy’s Makes Amazing Sugar Free Ice Cream Floats

Orange Zevia FloatHave made some awesome Sugar Free Chocolate Milkshakes the other day (click here to read about it), I was curious of other ways to experiment with the sugar free ice cream. And since it’s summer here in the Northern Hemisphere, a great summer treat is a float. But traditional floats can be loaded with sugar between the ice cream and then when you add on top of a soda, you’re just asking for sugar overload.

Well since I have some Clemmy’s Sugar Free Ice Cream on hand in the incredibly awesome Vanilla Bean flavor, it’s perfect for mixing into a float. And since I’m also a big fan of Zevia‘s Natural Diet Soda in all it’s flavors (Cola, Twist, Root Beer, Orange, Black Cherry, and Ginger Ale) I’ve got plenty of opportunities to try the various combinations. I was certainly leaning towards the Root Beer and Cola flavors as most people usually do A&W Root Beer Floats or Coca-Cola floats, but I ultimately decided I wanted to try an Orange Float in the hopes it would taste a bit more like an old fashioned Creamsicle. I was not disappointed.

Zevia‘s Orange soda perfectly compliments Clemmy’s Sugar Free Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. The treat was completely sugar free and the ice cream does add a couple of servings of carbohydrates, but nothing out of the ordinary. This is a perfectly delicious treat to try if you’re on Jorge Cruise’s Belly Fat Cure Program. It comes out absolutely delicious. It tastes just like a Creamsicle and isn’t going to blow your diet since there’s no sugar at all in the treat.

And of course, if a Creamsicle flavor isn’t what you’re after, Zevia‘s other amazing flavors would also make great floats. Not to mention Clemmy’s Sugar Free Ice Cream comes in additional flavors too but I think traditional Vanilla Bean works the best. I think the next one I’ll try will be the Root Beer Float, as Zevia’s Root Beer is incredible on its own. It can only get better with sugar free ice cream. You’re in for a guilt free treat when you try Zevia and Clemmy’s together. It’s like a match made in heaven.

Below I’ve photographed the Orange and Root Beer Zevia cans with a container of Clemmy’s Sugar Free Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, go look for these items in your local stores (The natural foods stores will be more likely to carry both.) And Click here to visit Zevia‘s website and click here to visit Clemmy’s“>Clemmy’s website.

Zevia & Clemmy's Ice Cream



2 thoughts on “Zevia & Clemmy’s Makes Amazing Sugar Free Ice Cream Floats”

  1. Ryan, I notice you are in the San Diego area and I am in north county (Vista). I am trying to find someplace that sells Clemmy’s – Frazier Farms used to carry it, but they have stopped. Is there somewhere in the San Diego or even Orange county area where I can buy this product????

  2. Hi Casi,

    Apologies on the long delay for the response. I have unfortunately been unable to update my blog in months.

    You are correct, I am in the San Diego area and I used to live in Vista, so I am familiar with the options you have available. Clemmy’s is now being sold in smaller containers that look more like the Ben & Jerry’s size ice cream containers. You’ll be able to find them at Henry’s Marketplace locations and you may also want to check Stater Bros. The last I’ve seen Sprouts is still carrying them in the larger size containers. I was disappointed when I could no longer buy them at Albertsons. So you’re best options at this point are Henry’s, Sprouts, and Stater Bros.


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