Notes about the recipe: This was one of the cakes entered in the Whirlpool Unique Cake Contest I judged last year, kind of like the Pillsbury Bake Off. It was made by Jacquelyn Smola from Piedmont, OK and it was so fun and festive looking I really wanted to share it with you for a birthday party idea and make it for Gio this year. My absolute favorite drink is a root beer float so it was hard to not give this the first place prize. But there were other judges who kept me from tipping the scale right to root beer. A chocolate cake with toffee topping won first instead and the $10,000 prize, which she donated to Heifer International. And I got a new Whirlpool kitchen out of the deal! I've also had root beer cookies, brought to me by a baking fan in Rochester, New York.
Recipe From foodnetwork.com
Provided by Food Network
Yield 10 to 12 servings
Number Of Ingredients 15
This cake has good old fashioned flavor. The kids will love it! For decoration you can sprinkle crushed root beer candies over the top. This cake is best served with vanilla ice cream.
Recipe From allrecipes.com
Provided by Karin Christian
Number Of Ingredients 6
I add root beer to both the cake batter and fluffy frosting of this summery dessert to get that great root beer float taste. Serve this moist cake to a bunch of hungry kids and watch it disappear! -Kat Thompson, Prineville, Oregon
Recipe From tasteofhome.com
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield 15 servings.
Number Of Ingredients 5
I love root beer and started thinking about using it in a cake when I came across an old recipe card of my granny's for a Coca Cola Cake. And then I started thinking about making a really fast cake in the microwave, using the carbonation from root beer to replace the lift that typically comes from eggs. Is it magic - or is it just delicious? Adding some vanilla ice cream really turns it into a whole new version of a root beer float! Root beer can be a pretty versatile ingredient when reduced into a syrup. Add the syrup to nuts for a soda shop-inspired snack, or turn it into a rich ice cream topping with just a hint of chocolate flavor.
Recipe From foodnetwork.com
Provided by Carla Hall
Yield 2 servings
Number Of Ingredients 21
The frosting of this root beer cake is the star of the show. It's fluffy like the foam on a mug of root beer and has the same amazing flavor. It almost fizzes in your mouth. The cake is moist, delicious, and pairs well with the frosting. Have fun with decorating... drizzle with chocolate, top with cherries and serve slices with a...
Recipe From justapinch.com
Provided by Denise Regan
Number Of Ingredients 15
Ice cream isn't needed to capture the flavor of family-favorite floats! Just add root beer to white cake mix!
Recipe From bettycrocker.com
Provided by Betty Crocker Kitchens
Number Of Ingredients 7
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