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Snow Ice Cream
Are you expecting oodles of snow this week? If snow's expected near you like it is in our hometown, here's an easy recipe for Snow Ice Cream that you can make using just four ingredients you already have at home. My daughter just mixed up a batch in about 3 minutes flat, and it's one of our favorite fun winter treats!
Here's a picture of Shannon's sweet girl Faith when they got snow down in Alabama a few years ago. I think we'll all have oodles of snow this week, so it's the perfect time to mix up this quick treat!
Snow Ice Cream
- 8 cups snow (can substitute with shaved ice)
- 1/2 cu[ sugar
- 1 cup milk (any type - can substitute with chocolate milk for chocolate snow cream)
- 2 tsp vanilla
- Whisk together sugar, vanilla and milk until sugar is dissolved and all ingredients combined. Pour milk mixture over snow and stir until thoroughly combined.Add sprinkles or chocolate syrup if desired and enjoy!
Have you made Snow Ice Cream before? What other tips do you have? I'd love to hear how you make this one at your house ~ leave a comment with your tips and share!
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KATHY FAHEY says
I make it like you do but I add a dash of salt, not to much to the milk. I have used orange drink powder (to taste (TANG) so good.
Alice -PPP Team says
That’s a great idea to add the drink powder! I’ll have to try this next time we get snow!
We have always made it like your recipe! I love snow cream! We don’t get to have it very often where we live in NC, but I always put my pans out when there is a chance of snow just in case! You can also put extras in the freezer. It thaws pretty quickly!
Love that Jioan ~ so fun! 🙂
I used evaporated milk, and have used half and half
Both give a richer flavor and texture.
Sounds yummy Arlene!
I hadn’t heard of it until recently. I made this with my grandkids except the recipe I saw had used sweetened condensed milk and vanilla (nothing else but the snow) which is what we used. It was very good but too sweet so we will tweak it next time or we may try evaporated milk and sugar like some I’ve seen.
I use canned/evaporated milk for a richer taste.