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rileylarson

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recipe help Sun, 07/8/07 1:57 AM (permalink)
Hello everyone. Does anybody have a recipe for root beer ice cream. i just had the dryers root beer float ice cream and would like the recipe so i could just make the root beer ice cream. thanks. oh and if anybody else has had it, tell me how you liked it. i really enjoyed it.

Thanks
 
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    roossy90

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    RE: recipe help Tue, 07/10/07 2:04 PM (permalink)
    Take a basic vanilla ice cream recipe and switch out the vanilla with root beer extract.
    I haven't tried it, but I just read it on the net.

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_23743,00.html
     
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      Wannabchef

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      RE: recipe help Tue, 07/10/07 6:39 PM (permalink)
      Hi Riley/Nelson -

      I loved cream sickles so much as a kid....
      So here's what I do.....
      Make your basic vanilla ice cream mix -
      Let a glass or two of rootbeer go almost flat...put in ice cube trays....
      When the ice cream and cubes are almost frozen - swirl together, and re-freeze.
      I always serve with extra root beer.

      PS: I also make this with orange pop....

      It's a big hit
       
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        rileylarson

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        RE: recipe help Sun, 07/22/07 9:22 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by Wannabchef

        Hi Riley/Nelson -

        I loved cream sickles so much as a kid....
        So here's what I do.....
        Make your basic vanilla ice cream mix -
        Let a glass or two of rootbeer go almost flat...put in ice cube trays....
        When the ice cream and cubes are almost frozen - swirl together, and re-freeze.
        I always serve with extra root beer.

        PS: I also make this with orange pop....

        It's a big hit


        so you make the ice cream, cause i have an ice cream maker, then put it into the freezer, then do the root beer, and how would you swirl them if they are frozen. i think that i am going to try what the other person said to use root beer extract. doesn't your method make the ice cream icy.
         
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          Wannabchef

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          RE: recipe help Sun, 07/22/07 10:15 PM (permalink)
          PULL THEM BOTH BEFORE THEY COMPLETELY FREEZE-----

          Then Swirl together - and put back in the freezer
           
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            UncleVic

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            RE: recipe help Mon, 07/23/07 6:09 AM (permalink)
            Never having made Ice cream, logic tells me to make a standard vanilla as the base, and drip some root beer extract (available at wine making supply shops) to taste.
             
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