1 Store1 Review
Pros: Easy to use. Same great taste.
Cons: Very sweet.
When it comes to dessert toppings it seems like chocolate fudge is one of the only ways to go. I’ve never been a big fan of caramel, but a good root beer float is exactly what I need after a hard week at work. After this has become a bit of a routine for me I decided to look for something to spice this up a bit. I came across the Root Beer Float Dessert Topper, and I’ve never loked back.
I love A&W, it’s the only Root Beer I drink. The fact that they make this dessert topper really got me interested. This offers the same syrup that makes up their soda, and that is a great thing indeed.
This is indeed syrup, and like most syrups it is quite thick. It offers the same great taste I know and love in a very different form. The squeeze bottle allows for easy application, and this product can be put on whatever you choose. I’ve started topping off my root beer floats with these, but it’s great on ice cream as well. It can get sticky if you miss your bowl, but is easy enough to clean up with soap and water.
Ants, I’ve noticed, are really attracted to this. I spilled this on my countertop and the next day quite a few ants had flocked to this sweet product. This is a very sweet product, and can be a bit much so use this sparingly for optimum enjoyment. There are 9 servings per bottle, and each one has 130 calories and 15 grams of sugar so it’s far from healthy.
Let’s face it; people eat ice cream to enjoy themselves. Exercise during the week, and you can relax and enjoy this as much as you’d like. This is a delicious treat at the end of the day, and even tastes great on pancakes. Give this a try, you won’t regret it.
Corn Syrup, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Water, Natural And Artificial Flavors, Salt, Polysorbate 60 (Emulsifier), Caramel (Color), Sodium Benzoate (Preservative).