The thought of a root beer float cupcake may sound strange, but the end results are heavenly, especially when topped with vanilla icing for an extra bit of authenticity. The trick to making them taste like root beer lies in the root beer soda and extract that are in the batter. Yes, an actual cup of root beer goes into these! The rest of the ingredients sound more like cupcake batter — flour, salt and sugar, among others. Bake, frost and top with a straw to add to the appeal.
Source Cupcake Project
Root Beer Float Cupcakes are cute little imitations of the popular ice cream desserts. These are cupcakes that are made with root beer in the mix. It is a very subtly flavored cupcake that is easily made more pronounced by substituting Root Beer Schnapps for the root beer. The float similarity continues with a small scoop of ice cream surrounded by whipped cream and topped with a maraschino cherry garnish.
Source Smitten Kitchen
I am one of those people who prefer Root Beer than any other kinds of drinks. If you are similar with me, I am sure that you will love this Root Beer Float Cupcake. This cupcake is basically like any other cupcakes that you might have tasted but it has a unique flavor of a root beer. You will definitely enjoy the different taste it provides as it lingers onto your taste bud. So, if you have an upcoming party, try these marvelous Root Beer Float Cupcakes and you will not regret it!
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Root Beer Float cupcakes with root beer frosting, root beer ice cream and a root beer drizzle over the top. All gluten-free! via Johnna and recipe available on her site 52 Sweet Treats: one girl, one year, one gluten free sweet each week
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