Recipe: Yummy Diet Rootbeer Float

Diet Rootbeer Float. Ingredients: Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, sodium benzoate (preservative), caramel color, citric acid, yucca extract, natural and artificial flavors Directions. For a Keto-Friendly Root Beer Float, you can either make your own homemade keto ice cream like mine below or purchase one of the many brands available at your local grocer. Then pour A&W Diet Root Beer over the ice cream and top with sugar-free whipped cream!

Diet Rootbeer Float This Root Beer Float recipe is made with root beer and vanilla frozen yogurt. A classic American Summer dessert that's easy to make and creates an amazing mix of flavors! This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of A&W®. You can have Diet Rootbeer Float using 4 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Diet Rootbeer Float

  1. It’s 4 oz of Diet A&W Rootbeer.
  2. Prepare 1 oz of Sugar free Vanilla Syrup.
  3. It’s 1 1/2 oz of Smirnoff Vanilla Vodka.
  4. It’s 1 of Glass of ice.

Granted, the diet root beer did have that weaker taste than the regular full-o-sugar ones, but I didn't have the "rootbeercicle" problem. It had been years since my last root beer float (perhaps ten years), B. S. – I distinctly remember you and I consuming such a beverage at the A&W stand in. These skinny root beer floats are really easy to prep ahead of time so you don't blow your healthy eating plan- just scoop and freeze your Cool Whip and chill your favorite diet soda!

Diet Rootbeer Float instructions

  1. Pour 4 oz A&W Rootbeer in a glass.
  2. Add vodka and syrup to the root beer, stir well and add ice.

Imagine the skinny possibilities: skinny diet Coke floats, creamsicle floats with diet orange soda and dreamy diet cream soda floats – YUM!! When it comes to soda fountain treats, I crave a root beer float above all others. The spicy kick of a good root beer paired with rich, creamy vanilla ice cream is a match made in heaven. However, to make a good float, you need to start with the best root beer you can find. Root beer floats are a classic summer treat but they aren't easy to accomplish on a low carb or diabetes-friendly diet.