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While everyone jumps on-board the NCAA® March Madness train, I'm jumping on the March Madness food train and focusing on the eating side of the game. No surprise. ☺︎ While some kick back with beers and not-so-good for you snacks, I plan to kick back with a not-so-classic Coke Float. My dad and I used to make these when I was younger (with regular soda and regular ice cream, of course). I thought it was time to bring the Coke Float back, but with a healthy twist! The Coca-Cola NCAA® Final Four Pack available at Walmart.
I gathered the few things needed: glasses, straws, a scoop for the ice cream, (dairy-free) ice cream, and Coke Zero. Within a few minutes I was sipping (okay slurping may be a better word for it) on my Coke float and reminiscing on all the good times I've had with my dad. It's safe to say that spontaneous sweets like these are good for the soul every once in a while.
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As for those who are not-so-focused on the food side of NCAA® March Madness, there's a National Coke Zero Final Four Selfie contest going on now! You can upload a selfie with a Coca-Cola product on the site below, and be entered to win 2016 NCAA Final Four tickets. Afterwards, you can go on the site to find your selfie and see all of the others! Cheesy? Yes. But totally worth it.
Many thanks to the Coca Cola and #CollectiveBias team for this opportunity!
I've shared my NCAA® March Madness snack with you. What's your go-to snack?