Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Root Beer Float

Nothing says summer like corn on the cob and root beer float. It is tradition in our house to start summer vacation with a root beer float. Chilled root beer with vanilla ice cream! Homemade vanilla ice cream makes it even better.


You will need
1 bottle root beer, chilled
1 scoop vanilla ice cream

For the vanilla ice cream
2 cups milk (any fat %)
1 cup fat free condensed milk
3 tbsp. milk powder
1/4 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tbsp. sugar (if needed)

For the non cook ice cream
Mix all the ingredients together and whisk for a couple minutes. Pour into an airtight container and freeze until set.

For the root beer float
Add a couple scoops of vanilla ice cream to a glass. Pour root beer slowly over the ice cream. Let the foam rise and subside before pouring more root beer over the top. Continue till the glass is full.


This is my entry for week two, day one of BM #41 for the theme summer special. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#41.

11 comments:

  1. Wow..beautiful click and so so tempting. Could just pick the glass off screen.

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  2. i enjou icecream floats, and believe this one works well on a hot day...i liked your simple icecream recipe as well

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  3. Not a big fan of root beer, but your root beer float looks amazing.

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  4. Root beer float sounds wonderful !

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  5. Root bear float looks amazing and the pictures are very tempting

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  6. Looks absolutely prefect for summer, lovely drink, wish i get that glass rite now.

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  7. Feel like grabbing the glass,such a tempting and delicious root beer float..

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  8. I ma sure how root beer tastes but that one looks very tempting :)

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  9. instant ice cream is so quick and easy - I haven't had one of these in so many years since I was a kid - wow you are bringing on so much nostalgia

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  10. Never had root beer althoug heard of it - what a temtping click ;-))

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  11. Beautiful picture Vadara...with the climate being so hot here..it's so apt!..

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