18 Dixie cups (3 oz.)
1 gallon of vanilla ice cream
Make room in your freezer for a tray/baking sheet. Snip a little bit of the Dixie cup (this will make it easier to peel the cup off of the popsicle later on). Place Dixie cups on tray.
Layout all of your ingredients. Fill bottom 1/3 of the Dixie cups with ice cream, then pour root beer slowly over ice cream until the root beer fills two thirds of the Dixie cup. Place tray into the freezer. Freeze for about two hours or until root beer is close to frozen.
Carefully, fill the top third of the Dixie cups with remaining ice cream. Freeze for 30 minutes, then insert wooden sticks into the root beer ice cream mixture. Serve when the popsicles are completely frozen.
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