I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love a good root beer float. Have you? Creamy vanilla ice cream floating in a tall glass of frosty root beer on a hot summer day… what's not to love? Add some spiced rum and nutmeg to the mix and you have an adult drink with all the fun of being a kid again.For more recipes from Rebecca Blackwell and the Of Batter and Dough blog, click here.
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ultimate root beer float
The classic root beer float only has two ingredients — root beer and vanilla ice cream — but the ultimate root beer float has four, elevating it to root beer float stardom with whipped cream, cherries… and a splash of booze. Of course, you can omit the alcohol, if desired.For more recipes from the Savory Experiments blog, click here.
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On my way to pouring a glass of root beer that might have had a bit if rum in it, I started thinking about combining the two ... as an ice cream. So, it's root beer and rum ice cream, AKA, Frozen Black Cow with a Kick. It tastes like a root beer float ... with a little something extra.For more recipes from Donna Currie and the Cookistry site, click here. 
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This root beer float doubles down on that delightful root beer flavor by integrating both homemade root beer ice cream and extra root beer to top it off.For more recipes from Janet Barton and the Simply So Good blog, click here.
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Cynar Root Beer Float
Low-proof cocktails made with Cynar, root beer, and vanilla ice cream will have you smiling all summer long.This recipe is courtesy of Pam Wiznitzer of Seamstress, New York.
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This dirty root beer float is far too delicious not to slurp down and thoroughly enjoy. It’s heavily boozed up, but the sting of the alcohol is tamed down by the addition of ice cream and root beer. It makes the perfect girls night drink — provided everyone at your get-together loves root beer floats.For more recipes from Miranda Crouse and the Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt blog, click here.
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I decided to fancy this float up a bit by whipping it all together in the blender, and then putting chocolate sprinkles on the rim of the glass and adding whipped cream. If you're not inclined to get that fancy, you can totally just do the ice cream and root beer portion of this recipe and skip the rest. The entire thing is pretty delicious as a package deal, though — I don't recommend skipping a thing.For more recipes from Paige Flamm and the Happy Flammily blog, click here.
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root beer float
Try this twist on the classic root beer float, which swaps the usual vanilla ice cream for mint chocolate chip. 
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Root beer float
A cool, creamy, and perfectly-sweet treat that is easy to make and is great to serve all summer long.
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