Root Beer Float Ice Cream

Couldn’t help but to have one last smidgen of ice cream before we trade all that cold yummy goodness for Autumn. Besides, if I’m suppose to act like fall is here–then it really shouldn’t be 82 degrees outside at 7 o’clock at night. Sheesh.

Anyway, this is by far the easiest ice cream recipe you’ll ever make–so why not make it while summer weather is still hanging on? I mean really…

Root Beer Float Ice Cream


1- 2 liter bottle of A&W Root Beer

2 regular sized cans of sweetened condensed milk (NOT evaporated milk)


Pour root beer and milk into an ice cream freezer–and freeze until it turns into ice cream.

See? I told you it was simple. Now the hard part will be not to eat it all yourself. Yum…

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5 Replies to “Root Beer Float Ice Cream”

  1. This looks extremely high in calories and therefore probably exceedingly yummy!! I will definitely have to make some for the kids! (and maybe I can sneak a quick taste!)

  2. oh my goodness, I’ve died and gone to rootbeer heaven. Thank you so much for sharingt this recipe…as soon as I can get some rootbeer, I’ll be trying this out!!

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