St. Patty’s Ice Cream Float
We kept it simple and gluttonous this St. Patrick's Day. You don’t have to do much to dress up Baileys Irish cream.
If you’ve been following us for a while and reading our blogs, you’ll know we love balance at ATLRx. Healthy life-style choices along with a treat every once in a while is good for the soul. And since we also love facts, we're going to school you with some Irish knowledge. Saint Patrick was born in Britain in the 4th century and was taken as a slave to Ireland when he was 16 years old. He escaped but returned many years later to bring monasteries, churches, and Christianity to Ireland. He died March 17, 461. It was the emigrants in the US who transformed this day into what it is now. Boston, Chicago, and New York City have large Irish populations. Boston held the first St. Patrick's Day in 1737 with a parade. New York City followed in 1762 and Chicago started dying their rivers green in 1962 to join the celebration.
As we get older, we still love to indulge in holidays like St. Patrick's Day but in the comfort of our home or with a few friends. This adult treat is perfect for celebrating the day but in a more calm way than back in our college days. We will be making corned beef and cabbage for dinner then curling up on the couch with our Baileys ice cream CBD treat while watching Billy Elliott! Ladies, Leap Year and PS. I love you is perfect if you’d like a little Irish sprinkled into a love story. Or, if your prefer violent sprinkles, give The Departed or Boondock Saints a peep. As for our fellow millennial's, does anyone remember Luck of the Irish? We will probably also be watching this Disney Channel oldie but goodie. What's your favorite Irish movie? Happy St. Patrick's day from the ATLRx family!
Baileys Irish cream
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
ATLrx tincture dropper
One or two scoops of Vanilla Bean Ice Cream into a jar
Pour Baileys over top of the ice cream & add in a full dropper or two of Tincture
Whipped Cream and green sprinkles on top for garnish
Serve and enjoy!