Root beer fans will love this ice-cream, it full of root beer flavor from root beer concentrate. Root beer floats are one of the easiest desserts to throw together at the last minute. Making this ice-cream ahead of time takes very little time but eating it in a ice-cold glass mug with some ice-cold root beer poured over the top is even faster. It’s a treat you will want to make again and again, this recipe got rave reviews from the pickiest of eaters, my 13 year old son. The recipe here is for a small batch but I’m positive it could be converted over to a larger recipe. Also if you have a favorite vanilla ice-cream recipe for a large capacity ice-cream maker omit the vanilla and replace with root beer concentrate. Hope you enjoy the rest of Summer and have a frosty homemade root beer float ice-cream float 🙂 .
Root Beer Float Ice-Cream
1 cup sugar
2 cups whipping cream
1/2 cup milk
2 tsp. root beer concentrate
1/8 tsp. salt
Step 1: Beat eggs until light in color gradually add sugar beating until smooth. Add the remaining ingredient mix well.
Step 2: Place ice cream in a ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer’s directions.
Step 3: Eat immediately or store in another container other than ice cream freezer.
Recipe adapted from: Alissa Post, Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks, Church Supers