Watkins Homemade Root Beer and Watkins Root Beer Float

Watkins Homemade Root Beer and Watkins Root Beer Float may be just what the Dr. ordered to chase those winter blues away! With just 3 weeks till Spring, and then just 3 months to Summer, it’s time to get a jump start on things with Watkins Homemade Root Beer and Watkins Root Beer Float and chase the winter blues away!


Watkins Homemade Root Beer and Watkins Root Beer Float


Start by making a concentrated root beer syrup:

1-3/4 cups/425 mL sugar
2-1/4 cups/560 mL water
2 tbsp/30 mL

Cooking Directions
Root Beer Syrup: Combine sugar and water in small saucepan; heat and stir until mixture starts to boil. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature; add Root Beer Flavor and mix thoroughly. Place in well-sealed container and keep in refrigerator.

Root Beer: Place 1/3 cup/80 mL of the syrup into a glass. Add 5 fl. oz./150 mL of club soda or sparkling water. Fill glass with ice. Enjoy!

Note: This makes a light colored root beer. If desired, you can add liquid caramel color if available in your area.

Root Beer Float: Float a scoop of vanilla ice cream in a mug of root beer.

So, now, all You need are the Ingredients!

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