I know “popsicle” is a brand name, but it’s like Kleenex, you know? I try to train myself to use the term “ice pop” but it feels so unnatural. It’s just not right!
So, on topic: Root Beer Float Popsicles. I am still madly in love with my Zoku Quick Pop Maker (if loving the Zoku is wrong, I don’t wanna be right) and when I got syrups from Pittsburgh Soda Pop, I knew I wanted to use them to make popsicles. Of all the many, many popsicles I’ve made this summer, these were my husband’s favorite. They’re like root beer floats, but on a stick (and with fewer calories). Use soymilk and soy pudding for a dairy free version. Although these are great for the Zoku, you can use regular popsicle molds too. They taste like a root beer float on a stick! Ingredients Instructions
Although these are great for the Zoku, you can use regular popsicle molds too. They taste like a root beer float on a stick!
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