Barq’s Is Making 90-Calorie Freezer Pops that Taste Just Like a Root Beer Float

Barq's Root Beer Float Pops make us feel like kids again.

The dog days of summer stir up the nostalgia for an ice cream parlor favorite: the root beer float. No need to travel to one of America’s best soda fountains, though. You can enjoy a frosty, frozen take on the classic mash-up without the hassle thanks to Barq’s Root Beer Float Pops.

Since 1898 Barq’s Root Beer has had a simple slogan: “Drink Barq’s. It’s Good.” You can say the same about the frozen floats, too—they’re good!

How Is a Root Beer Float Pop Even Possible?

Skip the frosted glass mugs, root beer and tubs of ice cream needed to make a classic root beer float. Each individually packaged pop features a perfectly proportioned mix of frozen Barq’s root beer and vanilla ice cream in a convenient grab-and-go tube. The slushy frozen soda swirled together with creamy vanilla ice cream is hard to resist. The best part—besides the satisfying taste, of course—is that each pop is less than 100 calories. Count us in!

In case you were curious, root beer floats can be transformed into all kinds of good stuff. This is what happens when you turn a root beer float into fudge. Here’s our best root beer float cake. We promise you’ll like both of ’em!

Where Can I Buy ‘Em?

If you’re looking to stock up like we are, you can pick up an 8-pack of frozen pops at Aldi for just $3.99, starting June 15. Keep an eye out at your local grocery store too.

There’s more where that came from—check out the boozy ice pops we’ll be “sipping” on all summer.

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Lauren Naru
Lauren Naru writes about gift guides, sales, and must-have items for the kitchen and home. She loves a good deal is and is always on the hunt for super-savings and products that solve cooking problems. In her spare time, you’ll find her creating custom cookies for friends and family. Lauren lives and works in New York's Hudson Valley region.