Red Wine Ice Cream Floats with OPEN NATURE® Non-Dairy Dessert

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Companies . The opinions and text are all mine.

Hot muggy days of summer has drowned us in sweat around Boston and I find myself doing the following

  1. Running in the comfort of an air conditioned gym (I’m a runner not a masochist)
  2. Summer Movies – Air conditioning (I have a theme)
  3. Shopping – yes free air conditioning and growing my dress and yoga pants collection
  4. Sitting on my little humbled city deck drinking wine and eating ice cream to cool off

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So one night while non milking our way through a pint of non-dairy ice cream (formally known as frozen dessert) in one hand and a glass in another…

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I know! I am literally brilliant….

Step 1 – open wine bottle and try not to drink it all

Step 2 – Open Ice Cream carton and try not to eat it all

We have been digging Open Nature® Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert. It is a great non-dairy alternative to traditional ice cream and is made with almondmilk or cashewmilk.

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Step 3 – Combine the following

1 Glass of Pinot Noir

2 scoopes of Open Nature Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert (salted caramel swirl)

Step 4 – Stir, swirl and eat/drink it all

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If non-dairy isn’t your thing Star Market also has their Signature Reserve premium
ice cream and the Open Nature Scandal-Less Light Ice Cream. I buy my Open Nature
products at my local Star Market here in Boston, and you can also find them exclusively
at all any of the Albertsons Companies family of stores including Albertsons, Safeway,
ACME Markets, Jewel-Osco, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Shaw’s, Vons, Pavilions, and
Carrs/Safeway (search for the store nearest you here).

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