A&W Root Beer Float Pops
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We’ve got the perfect treat for summer…A&W Root Beer Float Pops. You can enjoy the creamy smooth flavor of a Root Beer float but in frozen form. These are so refreshing on a hot summer day! You and your kids will love them.
Here’s what you need to make these yummy A&W Root Beer Float Pops. It’s super easy!
- A&W Root Beer
- Market Pantry vanilla ice cream
- Popsicle mold
First, you will want to open your A&W Root Beer to help reduce the carbonation a little. After some of the carbonation has gone down you can add 1 inch of A&W Root Beer into each popsicle mold. Next up, you will add a small spoonful of ice cream into each mold.
Repeat this process until all ice pop molds are filled. You may need to let them stand for few minutes to allow the foam to go down, then fill with more A&W Root Beer.
Freeze for 3 hours. Enjoy!
These yummy treats would be perfect for any of your summer get-togethers including the 4th of July.
To make these summer treats even sweeter you can pick up a great deal on the ingredients you need to make them. Buy 2 Market Pantry 48 oz. Ice Creams and you will receive 1 FREE 2L or 6pk or 8pk minicans of A&W Root Beer, Sunkist, 7UP, Canada Dry or Dr Pepper. This free offer is valid through 7/30/16.
The deals get’s even better because you will also find Cartwheel offers on the following:
- Save 5% on A&W, 7UP, Sunkist, Canada Dry, Dr Pepper & More (2L, 6 & 8pk minivans)
- Save 5% on Market Pantry ice cream
Both Cartwheel offers are valid through 7/30/16.
This recipe would work great with other soda varieties as well. We plan to make our next round with Sunkist soda so they will be more like Orange Creamsicles. You could even try Dr Pepper Cherry too! Make sure you check out Summer of Floats for even more yummy float ideas.
Love! Absolutely swooning over this dish. I made this a few times. The last time it came out wonderful. Thanks a lot for sharing.