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Soda Fountain Root Beer Float

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Our Soda Fountain Root Beer Float is a long-time classic sure to bring back fond memories! Between the creamy vanilla and frothy, carbonated foam, who can resist this nostalgic and delicious treat?

What You'll Need:
  • 2 scoops vanilla ice cream, divided
  • 1 cup chilled root beer soda
  • Whipped cream and cherry for garnish
What To Do:
  1. In a tall glass, add one scoop ice cream. Pour in half the root beer soda, add the remaining scoop of ice cream and root beer.
     
  2. Top with whipped cream and cherry. Serve immediately.
Note

Make sure you use a straw and a long-handled spoon to help you enjoy every last bit. (It gives that old-fashioned ice cream fountain look, too!)

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