Root Beer is one of those traditional American flavors. It especially pairs well with vanilla ice cream in a root beer float. My original purpose behind making root beer ice was to serve it with ice cream as a frozen root beer float. The root beer ice that I made is good enough on its own, but tastes even better with ice cream.
For July 4th I made Root Beer Ice and Vanilla Ice Cream for the family gathering. My mom can't eat sugar, so I wanted to make a sugar free root beer ice to go with the sugar free vanilla ice cream I made for her. The root beer natural extract that I bought from The Spice House doesn't contain added sugar which allowed me to make the sugar free version of the root beer ice.
For the 4th of July I made root beer ice and vanilla ice cream for our family get together. I made it first using McCormick's root beer concentrate. I wasn't…
One of the Ritas menu items is a Gelati, that is frozen custard with Italian ice layered together. One of the better combinations is Root Beer Italian ice and vanilla custard. Since I already know how to make vanilla custard, I decided to attempt root beer ice to potentially go with home made vanilla custard.
Root Beer Float Macarons: root beer flavor in a macaron shell with a vanilla buttercream filling. Kids will love this flavor!