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School has been in session for just one week and already I feel like I am in over my head. With soccer three nights a week, the PTA, my job, my husband’s job and all the other things that pop up, I swear we are busier than ever before. We have had to let a lot of things go, but one thing we are adamant about it family dinner. At family dinner we talk about our day, the projects my husband worked out, my upcoming posts, how school was for my 6-year-old and if I am being completely honest, there is usually a dance party thrown in there with some ridiculous music and moves. It is truly the best part of our day and no matter how busy we get, we make sure it happens.
With how crazy life is for us right now (we have some BIG changes coming up, eek!) I don’t have the time every night to devote to a huge meal production. One of our favorite quick fixes is a grilled Marketside Pizza and Creamsicle Sprite Floats. The floats make the meal feel really special, even when it is a quick fix.
For Creamsicle Sprite Floats You will Need:
- Orange Sherbet
- Orange Slice Candy
- Whipped Cream
Scoop sherbet into each cup.
Add the Sprite.
Top with LOTS of whipped cream!
Add and orange candy slice to complete the float. We love these floats! The creaminess of the whipped cream combined with the orange flavor makes it taste just like a creamsicle! My kids get really excited when they realize that this is dessert!
Turn your grill on high. For my grill, I turn on the propane and then turn all of the burners on to high and the light the grill. Allow your grill to heat up until the temperature gauge says the right baking temperature on the grill. At this point, I turn off two of the burners and lower the others, to keep it from getting much hotter. Place the pizza right on the grill or on a grill mat if you would like.
Grill the pizza for a couple of minutes under what the box recommends for cooking in the oven. The grill is a much more direct source of heat, so the pizza shouldn’t need as long. Remove the pizza from the grill using a large spatula or tongs and place on a cookie sheet. Cut up and serve hot!