Fruits Connect Float Game Online - Play Free Fun Kids Puzzle Games
This is an online game that makes you crave fruits. Your task is to connect 2 of the same fruit with a path that no more than two 90 degree angles. Clear the board by removing all pairs of identical fruit. Be careful, in some levels the fruit tiles can float (to bottom, to upper, to left, to right, to center or split). There are 27 challenging levels in this game. Complete a level before time bounds to get extra bonus. Have fun!
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Best Root Beers for Making Root Beer Floats
Even though the all-American soda fountain is an endangered relic today, one ever-popular libation of the old-school ice cream shops is the root beer float. The root beer float is a classic, and remains a favorite today. The best root beer for a root beer float has the perfect match of sweetness, sassafras or sarsaparilla flavor, and frothiness. There's no question that plain vanilla ice cream is the way to go when you're making a root beer float, but which root beer brand do you choose? The Daily Meal staff decided to find out once and for all which root beer rules supreme when it comes to mixing and mingling with ice cream. They performed a blind taste test of nine common root beer brands with a scoop of Edy's vanilla ice cream each. After a lot of testing the conclusion was that A&W was the best root beer used for making floats. One of the most common root beer brands out there is A&W. this was a favorite among our judges for its sweet, smooth taste and good amount of foam. One participant even said it tastes like what root beer should taste like.
Fun Floats you should try to make
Not only root beer taste great in a float, there also many other yummy float options. We at KidsAndOnlineGames.com recommend that you try and experiment with different soda pop flavors and different ice cream flavors. Why not try out a Dr. Pepper on Cherry Ice Cream, 7up on Chocolate ice cream, or Mountain Dew on Vanilla Ice Cream. Just mix and match your favorite ice cream with your favorite carbonated bewerage and you might end up with inventing the root beer float of your dreams. It might actually even end up being one of the yummiest floats ever made.