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Creamy and Cool Root Beer Drink Recipe

Diabetic Friendly Recipe

There are early historical documents in which Shakespeare is noted to have drank "small beers." This European brew, actually made from an early colonial American recipe, contained 2-12-percent alcohol, and was considered a light, social drink made from herbs, berries and bark.

During American Colonial times, root beer was introduced along with other beverages like Birch Beer, Sarsparilla Beer, and Ginger Beer. Only root beer would emerge as a longtime favorite.

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1/2 cup diet root beer
A few drops of liquid sweetener
1/3 cup of powdered milk
6 ice cubes

Combine all ingredients in a blender until frothy.

Creamy and Cool Root Beer Drink

Root Beer Float

1/3 cup no sugar added vanilla frozen yogurt
6 ounces diet sugar-free root beer
2 straws

Place scoop of frozen yogurt into a large glass and pour root beer over it.

Nutrition Information

Calories 57; Calories from fat: 0; Protein: 2g; Total Fat: 0; Carbohydrates: 13g; Fiber: 0; Cholesterol: 0; Sodium: 55mg
Exchanges:  1 bread/starch

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