These Root Beer Float Popsicles are ridiculously easy and obviously only require two ingredients. Can’t beat that, or a tasty treat to cool the summer heat!
We love Root Beer Floats. A big tall glass of ice cold rootbeer, with delicious, preferably homemade vanilla ice cream floating on top. It’s a dessert that is both simple, and timeless.
One bite of these Root Beer Float Popsicles will bring you back to the classic dessert!
Try these Root Beer Float Popsicles for a cold, delicious and fun treat to beat the summer heat!
When I was little, my mom used to make popsicles with all sorts of different things – juice, chocolate milk, pudding, etc. so when I had my kids, of course I continued the tradition. Our family (and mostly me!) love non-traditional flavored popsicles. We experiment often, but I always come back to the simple flavors that work well together when I want something easy and tasty.
Growing up, my favorite popsicle in those store-bought big boxes was always the root beer. As I got a little older, we started making our own popsicles with different flavors and my brother always requested these fun Root Beer Float Popsicles. So simple, so easy. They’d be whipped up at night and they’re all ready by the next morning. Not that I ever eat pospicles for breakfast. Never.
Are you as obsessed with popsicles as I am? You can try these other flavors of popsicles too! They are such a fun treat and a great way to beat the heat in the hot summer sun!
- Peaches and Cream Cobbler Popsicles
- American Flag Smoothie Popsicles
- Strawberry Mango Margarita Popsicles
- Lemonade Yogurt Popsicles
- Watermelon Lime Popsicles
- Strawberry Lemon Yogurt Popsicles
- Fourth of July Fruit & Yogurt Popsicles
Now scroll down for the recipe for these delicious Root Beer Float Popsicles. They are so easy!
With only two ingredients and some time to freeze, you can make these delicious Root Beer Float Popsicles today!
Ready to make some Root Beer Float Popsicles?
Root Beer Float Popsicles
- Vanilla Ice Cream, melted but cold
- In popsicle molds, fill the bottoms with vanilla ice cream. Freeze for 2-4 hours.
- In a large bowl, combine 2 cups of rootbeer (could be more or less, depending on popsicle mold size) with 1/2 cup melted vanilla ice cream. Once combined pour into popsicle molds and freeze for 3-4 hours.
- To remove from popsicle molds, submerge molds in water careful not to reach the top and gently slide popsicles out of molds. Enjoy!