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Root Beer Brisket and 6 Other Fun Ways To Cook with Root Beer

Root beer is great with pizza. It’s fabulous in floats. But did you know you can use it to flavor barbecue sauces, baked beans, and brisket, too?! Here are 7 totally clever ways to cook with root beer, with recipes you’ll want to make again and again!

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  • Root Beer Braised Brisket 1 of 7
    Root Beer Braised Brisket
    A rich, root beer kissed sauce coats this beautiful slow cooker braised brisket. Wow friends and family with this no-fuss recipe.
    Get the recipe for Root Beer Braised Brisket
  • Root Beer Short Ribs 2 of 7
    Root Beer Short Ribs
    Root Beer Short Ribs. Does life get any more indulgent that that?!
    Get our recipe for Root Beer Short Ribs
  • Root Beer Baked Beans 3 of 7
    Root Beer Baked Beans
    Toss a little root beer into a pot of baked beans and watch how quickly you can wow a crowd! This recipe for Root Beer Baked Beans shows you how!
    Get the recipe for Root Beer Baked Beans
  • Root Beer BBQ Sauce 4 of 7
    Root Beer BBQ Sauce
    Get saucy! This recipe for homemade Root Beer BBQ Sauce may just become your favorite homemade bbq sauce ever!
    Get our recipe for Root Beer BBQ Sauce
  • Root Beer Float Shooters 5 of 7
    Root Beer Float Shooters
    Why not indulge in a childhood classic, served in a mini size? These Root Beer Float Shooters are the perfect way to sneak a treat without guilt.
    Get the recipe for Root Beer Float Shooters
  • Mocha Twist Root Beer Float 6 of 7
    Mocha Twist Root Beer Float
    Add a little kick of coffee to root beer, and you may never want it alone again. This recipe for a Mocha Twist Root Beer Float is positively delicious.
    Get the recipe for Mocha Twist Root Beer Float
  • Root Beer Jelly Shots 7 of 7
    Root Beer Jelly Shots
    For the grown-ups in your house, these Root Beer Barrel Jelly Shots will bring you back to childhood in a snap.
    <Get the recipe from Tablespoon

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