Vanilla Root Beer Float Recipe
A vanilla root beer float with an extra kick from vanilla schnapps is a crowd-pleasing dessert for dinner parties or get-togethers.
Tall glasses overflowing with root beer and vanilla ice cream. Top with whipped cream and cherries for a touch of elegance.
A slushy sweet root beer treat. Very decadent and VERY good!
Root beer ice cubes are blended with coffee, milk, and chocolate and caramel syrups in this recipe for a cool and creamy mocha frappe.
Spiced rum adds a hint of flavor to the traditional root beer float for the adults.
Cream, ice cream, and root beer-flavored schnapps are blended together creating a boozy milkshake that is not-your-kids' root beer float.
This Root beer is bound to be a hit at any gathering. It is very easy, ice cold and yummy. Use a large insulated drink cooler to brew it in, and everyone can help themselves using the spigot. This is best to do outdoors or place the cooler in the kitchen sink as it brews. Dry ice can be dangerous. Be sure to use gloves when handling. Do not allow children to handle the dry ice.
Get all of the flavor of a root beer float in these quick and easy white chocolate chip cookies that are perfect for Halloween entertaining.
This ice cream has the great taste of a root beer float without the soda. It's a great summertime dessert. Root beer concentrate can be found in the spice section of the market.