Low Carb Root Beer Float
Okay, this might actually be the easiest recipe of all time. One ice-cold root beer, a little bit of heavy whipping cream, and a scoop of So Delicious no sugar added coconut milk ice cream. It practically makes itself.
When we first started to change our diet, the thought of having to give up soda gave me nightmares! Kasey used to call me “The Soda King”, a title I probably deserved. The good news is I didn’t have to give up soda! Zevia, a brand we have absolutely fallen in love with, makes delicious soft drinks that are sweetened with stevia, a natural sweetener. Not only that, but their products contain no caramel coloring and are calorie-free. In other words, they’re perfect.
Another product we have fallen in love with is So Delicious’s no sugar added coconut milk ice cream. I can honestly say that this stuff tastes just as good, if not better, than regular vanilla ice cream! The best part is that I feel no guilt after having a bowl (or more accurately, an entire pint) since it is very low in sugar and has only a few net carbs. Not only that, but most of the ingredients are organic and there are no artificial ingredients or chemicals.
Naturally, we decided to combine these two great products and create one delicious recipe. This is the perfect summer drink, but trust us, you will be making these year round!
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1 Root Beer Float
|1 12 oz Zevia Root Beer|
|2 tbs heavy whipping cream|
|1/4 cup So Delicious coconut milk ice cream|
Pour 2 tbs heavy whipping cream into a 16 oz glass.
Pour 1 12 oz can of Zevia root beer into the same 16 oz glass.
Scoop out 1/4 cup of So Delicious coconut milk ice cream into the glass.
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