Even though I’m the Queen of sugary shortcuts, once in a while a recipe/method pops into my head that’s SO darn easy, it’s almost embarrassing..even for me! …almost! 🙂
This could quite possibly be one of those recipes. I really can’t even call it a recipe, it’s more like a duh cookie moment..lol!
These Root Beer Float Cookies will have you so deliciously confused, you won’t know if you should bite it or stick a straw in it and start slurping!
Whatever you do to them..get them in your mouth, you will LOVE them!
What you’ll need:
Sugar Cookies..I used Pillsbury
Root Beer Extract
Add a few drops of Root Beer Extract to the Frosting and mix it well.
Pipe some Frosting onto each Cookie and top it with a Cherry.
I wish I could say it takes more than that…but errr..it doesn’t!
You won’t believe the effort to flavor ratio of this Cookie! ~Enjoy! 🙂
i like it becase it is so fast i paly cards on fridays and we all bring a snack so i will bring this for snack thank you for so easy
Oh that’s a good one! Now I finally have something that I can do with that root beer extract that my husband has had in the cabinets from before we got married! I make a Bisquick cookie dough with sugar egg, butter and vanilla – think I will substitute the vanilla and see how it comes out. Thanks, I’m inspired!
OMG!! So easy. Just had to share with Facebook friends and in my Pinterest Board “Bake sale- Cookies” Thanks for sharing this one!!
Where does one find root beer extract?
I found it in the grocery store, near all the other extracts. 🙂
Mine are better….. this is not homemade and is not real rootbeer float cookie recipe.
Awesome, I’ll look for your version on your page! 🙂
Why didn’t Judy post hers if she thinks hers are better? Just saying
We’re all waiting for your recipe Judy Hohenwarter. Amy, this sounds like a great cookie and I can’t wait to try it. Do you have any suggested extract to frosting ratio?
Just start with a couple of drops into your desired amount if frosting, taste it and adjust accordingly…go slow. :). ~enjoy! What this recipe lacks in difficulty, it makes up for in an adorable presentation.
Amy, I stumbled across your blog when I saw the cheesy bacon bites and now I’m going to try these cookies along with many of your other recipes. Thanks for breaking down the directions and ingredients in a very easy way. I am trying to expand my kitchen abilities lol!
Oh, I’m so glad! Hope you love everything you try! 🙂