Who would have thought ice cream and root beer would be good together? Well now it has a famous name… the root beer float! What you need is simple to make a 11 oz.
Who would have thought ice cream and root beer would be good together? Well now it has a famous name… the root beer float! What you need is simple to make a 11 oz. of a delicious root beer float.
A 12 oz. cup works best, but a 13 oz. glass is great too. Cups can be found on the kitchen appliance aisle at a local super target.
You also need 8 oz. of root beer found in the soda aisle.
Ice cream is another essential ingredient to the root beer float . About 3 scoops of vanilla or another flavor f ice cream is all you need. Ice cream is on the frozen food aisle .
If you're a messy eater get a napkin of your choice, paper or cloth, found on the home aisle.
Bendable straws, a plastic spoon, and a metal ice cream scoop are significant needs to eating your root beer float! These are also on the home aisle.
Now, there are 10 steps to making and enjoying your root beer float.
First off, go to super target and get your ingredients. Take your ice cream and pull the lid off by pressing your thumb down and pulling your index finger up. In the mean time, grab the ice cream scoop and spoon out three scoops of ice cream.
Put the scoops in the 12 oz. cup. Twist the cap off your root beer, but do it slowly. You don't want to get sprayed! Measure 8 oz. of the delicious liquid, and pour it on top of your 3 scoops of ice cream. Lovers of root beer or ice cream knock yourself out and add more! Put your bendable straw and plastic spoon in your cup.
Now don't forget to wipe your face after your finished with your root beer concoction. Kick back relax and enjoy your root beer sensation! After all ice cream and root beer make the world go round!