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I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love a good root beer float. Have you? Creamy vanilla ice cream floating in...

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.

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup homemade vanilla ice cream
  • 1/4 Teaspoon ground nutmeg, plus more to taste
  • 2 Ounces spiced rum
  • 12 Ounces high-quality root beer

Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.


Root Beer Float

So, we made homemade vanilla bean ice cream over Memorial Day weekend, &rsquocause in my house, making homemade ice cream that weekend is sort of tradition.

Of course, I really, really love ice cream, so I&rsquove sort of decided that I&rsquom making it a tradition to churn homemade ice cream every weekend during the summer months.

I&rsquod like to say I was making it a tradition to eat salads every day for dinner, but that would just be a lie.

Ice cream, baby, that&rsquos where it&rsquos at.

Unless you don&rsquot like ice cream, and then I&rsquom just not sure we can be friends.

As the ice cream was churning, Doodle suggested we make root beer floats.

My child is wise beyond his years, ya&rsquoll. He&rsquos related to me that&rsquos a fact.

Now, there&rsquos nothing wrong with root beer floats on their own quite frankly, nothing reminds me more of summer than a frosty root beer float. But you know what makes &rsquoem even better?

Looks like I&rsquom going to be making a few more root beer floats.

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 mugs root beer
  • 2 ounces vanilla, marshmallow, or root beer vodka (optional, but recommended)
  • whipped cream
  • maraschino cherries
  1. Prior to assembling your floats, chill your mugs until frosty.
  2. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the bottom of your mug add root beer. Repeat.
  3. Add vodka, if desired.
  4. Top with whipped cream and a marischino cherry.
  5. Guzzle and enjoy.



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