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3 Ways to Root Beer Float this Summer
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Who doesn't love a good ol' fashioned Root Beer Float? There are few things I love more than whipping up a float and sitting on my back porch soaking in the hot summer days.

When it comes to food, I'm not one to try out of the box recipes. I stick to what I know. But summer is all about having fun, and trying crazy new things, right? Well, that's what we did. And I have to admit, I'm anything but disappointed.

Checkout our twists on a classic, and let us know - how are you going to Root Beer Float this Summer?

 

 

Grown Up Root Beer Floats

Ingredients

 

  • Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
  • 1 bottle of Hard Root Beer, chilled
  • Maraschino Cherries

 

Ingredients needed for Adult Float

Directions:

Add one scoop of vanilla ice cream to a glass. Pour the hard root beer over the ice cream.

Top with another scoop of ice cream, sprinkle with cherries and serve.

Adult Float

Chocolate Root Beer Floats

 

Ingredients

  • Chocolate Syrup
  • Chocolate flavored Ice Cream
  • 1 can of Root Beer, chilled

Ingredients needed for Chocolate Float

Directions:

Drizzle chocolate syrup at the base of the glass, and up along the inside walls of the glass as well. It looks nice and it adds extra chocolate flavor to the float.

Place one to two scoops of chocolate ice cream in the glass - until it is filled at least halfway. Then pour the Root Beer over top of each glass slowly so that it doesn't overflow.

Add in another scoop of chocolate ice cream; finished with swirls of chocolate syrup on top.

Chocolate Root Beer Float

Monster Float

Ingredients

  • Birthday Cake Ice Cream
  • 1 can of Root Beer, chilled
  • Whipped Cream
  • Sprinkles
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Ice Cream Sandwich Cookie

 

*Add in ingredients as desired

Ingredients needed for Monster Float

Directions:

Place one to two scoops of ice cream into the cup until it is nearly halfway full.

Fill the remainder of the glass with root beer - leaving at least one inch at the top of the glass empty. Add in one smaller scoop of ice cream.

Cut a sliver into the ice cream sandwich cookie, and place it on the rim of the glass.

Dress up the float with whipped cream on top; top with sprinkles, chocolate chips etc.

Monster Float

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