Frozen Root Beer Float Pie

This root beer float pie is a super easy and yummy dessert that takes just a few minutes to put together the night before and it always a HUGE hit!

How to Make Frozen Root Beer Float Pie

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This is a super easy and yummy dessert that takes just a few minutes to put together the night before and it always a HUGE hit!

This no bake recipe adds Root Beer Extract to give it a little bit of an extra root beer flavor.  You can make it without extract but the root beer flavor will be mild so I definitely recommend adding it in (You can find it on Amazon here if you can’t find it at a store near you).  Add in a little of the extract, stir and taste.  Depending on the brand, a little can go a long way!

Cutting the pie BEFORE it goes into the freezer makes it super simple to serve once it’s done.

REPIN FROZEN ROOT BEER FLOAT PIE

Items you’ll need for this recipe:

* Graham Crust * Rootbeer Extract * Whipped Topping * Rootbeer *

Frozen Root Beer Float Pie

This is a super easy and yummy dessert that takes just a few minutes to put together the night before and it always a HUGE hit!

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Ingredients:

  • 1 tub (8 ounces) frozen reduced-fat whipped topping (such as Cool Whip), thawed
  • 3/4 cup cold diet or regular root beer (I used regular)
  • 1/2 cup fat-free or regular milk
  • Root Beer Extract to taste. (strength can vary greatly by brand)
  • 1 package (4 serving size) instant vanilla pudding mix
  • 1 graham cracker crust (store bought or homemade)
  • 8 Maraschino cherries

Directions:

  1. Combine the root beer, milk and pudding mix in a large bowl.
  2. Mix with a whisk until it begins to thicken. Fold in half of the whipped topping and desired amount of root beer extract. Start with just a little of the extract and give it a taste. You can continue adding more until desired flavor is reached. Spread into the pie crust. Refrigerate for 5 minutes. Top with remaining whipped topping.
  3. Slice the pie into 8 even slices (this makes it really easy to cut when it’s frozen). Add a cherry on each slice.
  4. Freeze 8 hours or overnight.

Notes:

This pie will seem a little bit runny prior to freezing. Prior to freezing, slice the pie, this makes for easy serving once ready!

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* Creamsicle Pie * Millionaire Pie * No Bake S’mores Pie *

Frozen Root Beer Float Pie!  This easy pie is a summertime favorite!

This recipe was inspired by a Root Beer Float Pie which is not frozen.  The original recipe was found in Healthy Cooking June/July 2012 issue.

Holly Nilsson

Holly is a wine and cheese lover, recipe creator, shopping enthusiast and self appointed foodie. Her greatest passion is creating in the kitchen and making deliciously comforting recipes for the everyday home cook!

48 comments on “Frozen Root Beer Float Pie”

  1. I made this with another recipe, that did NOT use the Rootbeer Extract, and while it was good, it really needed the extract… I haven’t found the extract in my local Grocery Stores yet but I am going to check the cooking store.

  2. I know this may be a stupid question but when you say freeze do you mean the refrigerator or freezer?

  3. I’ll have to be on the lookout for root beer extract. Looks wonderful!!

  4. My husband is a huge Root Beer fan!! I’m definitely going to have to make this for him!

  5. Wow, this sounds great and so refreshing. Can’t wait to try it.
    Have a great 4th,
    Bev

  6. Omg I will FOREVER make this to everything I go to! I was not waiting for Root Beer extract to get here, so I went to my local goodies shop and bought root beer flavoring instead and it turned out FABULOUS. I cannot say enough good things about this.

  7. My family loves root beer and a frozen pie is perfect for this 90+ degree weather. Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday.

  8. Do you know how i could find out the carbohydrate count for diabetics for this yummy dish?

  9. I am so excited about this pie, it will be a special treat for summer. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  10. OK..do you flatten the root beer before you pour it in or put it in fizzy?

  11. Could you use Coca cola and cola extract..thinking about some other types of pop, and wondering how it would turn out?

  12. We have a diabetic in our family so I used sugar free cool whip, diet rootbeer and sugar free pudding. Turned out really good.

  13. I made root beer cookies a few months ago and have this extract sitting in my cabinet.
    Now I know what to use it with. Awesome!

  14. how much root beer extract did you use?
    I don’t like root beer but i am making it for my nephews who love root beer floats. So i won’t be test tasting lol

  15. Would regular whipped cream work? I don’t use Cool Whip because of what it’s made of….

  16. If you cook down root beer soda will you get a syrup to use…can’t find root beer extract.

  17. Love this recipe going to try it

  18. This looks simple and delicious.

  19. I might add a few drops of vanilla extract into the topping to mimic the vanilla ice cream in a float!

  20. recently I have discovered “adult root beers”. do you think they would work in this or not freeze because of the alcohol in the root beer.

    • I’m not sure it would set properly although it does sound delicious! If you do try it, I would love to hear how it works out for you!

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