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Root Beer Float 

Nothing means Summer like a Root Beer Float.

Ingredients:

4 scoops super-premium vanilla ice cream
16 oz. bottle root beer

Directions:
For the perfect root beer float, start with a frozen mug. Pour about 1/4 cup of root beer into mug and add a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Stir thoroughly adding root beer until about 3/4 of glass is full, making the drink very creamy. Then, carefully, add one scoop of ice cream to each glass, then fill the glass with more root beer. The glasses will probably overflow - that’s part of the fun! Eat slowly, starting with the cold fro- zen foam on top, scooping ice cream and root beer together with your spoon, then drink- ing the creamy, caramel colored root beer at the end.
Serves 4.
  • Nothing means Summer like a Root Beer Float.

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