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Ditch the Cocktails, Not the Alcohol for National Ice Cream Week

Ditch the Cocktails, Not the Alcohol for National Ice Cream Week

Ring in the beginning of the summer with these alcoholic ice cream sundaes

With the forecast predicting high temperatures, there could not be a better time to celebrate National Ice Cream Week! We have already mentioned that ice cream and donuts make a perfect combination, but how about giving your favorite ice cream sundaes more of an adult kick? Incorporate the best 21-plus beverages into everybody’s favorite cool dessert. Who said you can’t have your cake and eat it, too? Or in this case have your ice cream and drink it, too…

How about starting with some Cherry Bourbon Ice Cream?

Want to give your root beer float more of a kick? Try making this Guinness Ice Cream Float.

While raspberry lemonade makes for a sweet summertime drink, Raspberry Vodka Ice Cream makes for a delicious dessert.

Ditch the Irish Coffee for a more summer-appropriate Baileys Irish Cream Ice Cream.

Feel like heading south of the border? No need to put the mileage on your car, just whip up some Avocado Tequila Ice Cream.

And how could we finish this list without mentioning the traditional Rum Raisin Ice Cream?


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.


Boozy ice cream treats, the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Have you had some boozy ice cream treats? In some ways, these tasty creations are a fun way for adults to feel like a kid again. Doesn&rsquot everyone deserve a little food fun?

From your local grocery store to special shops to even your own kitchen, there are many options to indulge in some boozy ice cream treats. Usually, these tasty spoonfuls are more about enjoying the flavor, not about over-indulgence.

Just like any other ingredient, a touch of alcohol can completely change that traditional vanilla ice cream. From adding a shot of Kalula for a hint of coffee to mixing in some Malibu rum for a warm, spiced flavor, the options are many. These additions can make you rethink ice cream and the possibilities that it holds.

Earlier this year, Haagen-Dazs launched its spirits collection. Available in the grocery store, these ice creams are a great example of alcohol as flavor. With the same alcohol content as a non-alcoholic beer, these ice creams are quite tasty.

With a variety of flavors, there is an option that will satisfy everyone&rsquos cravings. FoodSided recommends the Bourbon Vanilla Bean Truffle. It is the right balance of sweet, rich and totally delicious.

If you are lucky enough to live in New York City, Tipsy Spoon is the adult ice cream that is definitely worth exploring. The artisanal ice cream is made in small batches, contains premium spirits and is up to &ldquo5% alcohol by volume.&rdquo

Since Tipsy Spoons uses seasonal and local ingredients, the perfect treat for National Ice Cream Day is the Malibu Piña & Chill.

In partnership with Malibu Rum, this ice blends coconut and pineapple flavors that make it perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Why use a straw to enjoy a Piña Colada like treat, when a spoon is much more convenient.

Malibu Piña & Chill, which is vegan-friendly, will be available through September 2.

Lastly, if you are looking to create a boozy ice cream treat at home, why not make a boozy milkshake or float. It is probably one of the easiest ways to turn your favorite ice cream into something with a little more kick.

This recipe, provided by New Amsterdam Vodka, takes the classic rootbeer float and makes is a tasty, sweet cocktail. Are you ready to sip on one?

Here&rsquos how to make a New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float.

New Amsterdam Vanilla Rootbeer Float
Ingredients:
1.5 oz. New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof
.5 oz. Dark Crème de Cacao
3oz. Cold Root Beer
3oz. Cold Stout Beer
Large scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Garnish: Caramel Covered Popcorn
Instructions:
Add ingredients into a blender with some ice, and blend until smooth

Will you be enjoying some boozy ice cream treats this summer? It could be the adult way to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.