WHAT'S COOKIN' WITH OUR

ROOT BEER?

Lush Brownies
 
2/3 C all purpose flour                                     4 T butter
1/2 C cocoa powder                                        3 eggs
1/2 tsp salt                                                       3/4 C brown sugar
pinch of cinnamon                                           1/4 C  sugar
1 C semi-sweet chocolate chips                      1 C Uncle Scott's Root Beer
1/2 C white chocolate, peanut butter or           1 tsp vanilla
           butterscotch chips
 
Preheat  oven 375 degrees.  Grease 9 inch baking pan. Mix flour, cocoa powder and salt. Set aside. In a small sauce pan melt butter and chips together. Watch carefully, stir frequently, set aside.
In a medium bowl beat eggs and sugar. Add cooled chocolate mix, gradually add root beer and flour. Add vanilla. (Careful to mix completely but not overmix.)
Pour mix into pan.    Bake 28 mins.
If you stick a fork in it and a few crumbs stick to it...its done. Allow to cool.
Very important....grab a short glass, some ice, gently pour remaining Uncle Scott's Root Beer and enjoy a well deserved treat!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rootin Tootin Beans
Easy and flexible for a group. You can start with dry beans or cook in the crock pot.
 

3 cans beans (pinto, navy, kidney or anasazi)

3 T apple cider vinegar

3 C choice of protein (ground beef, turkey, venison, cooked ham or Tofu)      

3 T molasses

1 chopped onion                                                2 T tomato  paste

1 1/2  T olive oil

2 T Dijon Mustard                                              
1 1/2 tsp garlic powder                                      3/4 tsp red chili powder

1 bottle Uncle Scott's All Natural Root Beer 

1 tsp salt 

3/4 tsp black pepper                                                                                               

Brown onions and garlic with olive oil in sautee pan. Add and brown beef, ground turkey or venison and drain. (if using cooked ham or Tofu set aside.)

Drain beans place in casserole dish. Add garlic, root beer, apple cider, molasses, tomato paste, mustard, chili, salt and black pepper. Mix. Add protein (beef, turkey, venison, cooked chopped ham or chopped Tofu. Stir. Place in oven, bake uncovered 30 mins. 325 degrees.

 

                                                                                         

 

Beekman 1802 Boys
Root Beer Braised Fennel Recipe
 

Cooking with root beer? Why not? Good natural root beer alreadyt has many of the herbal flavors you already use in your dishes. We were inspired on ourl ast trip to NC to create a dish using Uncle Scott's Root Beer. Check out photos and our recipe for Root Beer Braised Fennel here: http://beekman1802.com/recipes/root-beer-braised-fennel/

 

 

 

  

 

To find a store or restaurant that carries Uncle Scott's in your area, call or email us!

We will be glad to help!

704-400-9683 or suzanne1@sisna.com