I will admit I LOVE ROOT BEER FLOATS! Oh my goodness, they are so yummy plus summertime is the best time to make them for the family. Root Beer is one of my favorite sodas and ice cream is one of my favorite desserts so can’t go wrong at all!
When my kids saw what I was making, they were so excited. Making floats as a family is the best. Seeing their smiles and excitement about the floats just made my heart fill up with happiness. We are making family memories every day.
I wanted to try out some recipes before the BIG DAY: National Root Beer Float Day (8/6)! That way our readers can go out and get some A&W Root Beer and ICE CREAM! And make their own floats!
Are you ready to make your own- Simply and Easy! By the way, you will need cool glasses and cooler straws plus don’t forget the SPOON!
- Pour some A&W Root Beer
- Scoop Vanilla Ice Cream
- Pour some more A&W Root Beer
- Scoop of Ice Cream
- Top with Whipped Cream
- Add Sprinkles
The key to the best Root Beer Float is the Root Beer; it has to be packed with flavor, or the float will be boring! So I will only use these Root Beers~ A&W, Hires, IBC and Stewart’s Root Beer! Did you know these sodas are part of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group? I didn’t, no wonder they All taste so great!
The Dr Pepper/Snapple Group is a leading producer of flavored beverages in North America and the Caribbean. They have choices for everyone in their drinks, a mix of regular, reduced and zero calorie options. Their success is fueled by more than 50 brands that are synonymous with refreshment, fun, and flavor. They have 6 of the top 10 non-cola soft drinks, and 13 of the 14 leading brands are No. 1 or No. 2 in their flavor categories.
To learn more ~www.DrPepperSnapple.com.
About IBC/A&W & National Root Beer Float Day
IBC: Since 1919, IBC has provided great tasting sodas with the unique heritage of good old-fashioned fun. Through the years, the quality of IBC Root Beer has been upheld by retaining the original, secret formula packaged in a distinctive brown bottle.
A&W: On June 20, 1919, while the citizens of Lodi, Calif., held a parade honoring returning World War I veterans, a young entrepreneur named Roy Allen set up a roadside drink stand to quench the thirst of the spectators. His new thick and creamy drink concoction was an instant success at a nickel per glass mug. So favorable was customer response to his root beer beverage that Allen immediately took on his first partner, Frank Wright and the duo went on to name the beverage A&W. To this day, A&W Root Beer is caffeine-free and made with a proprietary blend of herbs, bark, spices and berries to achieve its signature taste, and is synonymous with celebrations and good times.
Guess we all got a history lesson too in Root Beers!
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