This has been something I have ate since a little girl. My granny made it when we were children and so I make it for my kids when the time is right and the snow is for the taking!
It's so easy and if you have snow you can totally make it. It's delicious and kind of refreshing! It's said your not suppose to use the first snow so that could be a personal preference and some people will think this is gross about germs and all but you don't go out and pick up dirty snow! Or dig down to the ground to get it...
So set you a bowl out while it's snowing and catch you some snow or you can do like me and I just got get several cups of snow in a clean area that I know nothing has been.
4-5 cups fresh snow
1/2 cup sugar
1 to 2 cups milk just personal preference
1 - 2tsp of Vanilla
Mix in a large bowl, just until all the ingredients are mixed together.
I always use my whisk and just stir it until you can see everything is well blended.
Now guess what you can do??
We have so much snow here we could feed an army (well, almost). :)ReplyDelete
I was wondering how to make snow cream. I first leaned about it while watching Little Bear. Now all of our snow is melting, but maybe we will get just enough again to try out this recipe. We never made it growing up even though living in the country we had plenty of snow!ReplyDelete
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That looks awesome! And it's snowing here (again), so I think I know what we'll be having for dessert!ReplyDelete
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Oh my goodness this looks delicious and will most certainly change my perspective on the ridiculous amount of snow we've gotten here in CT. Thanks for sharing, what a neat tradition to have for winter!ReplyDelete
Snow cream is the BEST! My kids usually bring in snow for just that purpose, on the rare occasions we get it, but they didn't this time. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Yum!ReplyDelete
Snow ice cream is so much fun! I was unfamiliar with the idea until a few years ago. Thanks for posting a recipe =)ReplyDelete
We made this for the first time on Saturday! Good thing we did it then, too, because it warmed up yesterday and everything is turning to mush. Tons of fun! Thanks for the recipe. :-)ReplyDelete
I keep seeing this all over the internet lately. I remember eating snow as a kid, just plain snow and always being told not to eat it. It looks pretty good to me now though! Thanks for sharing this recipe :)ReplyDelete
I have never tried this before. We are due a storm over the next few days Ill have to try it.ReplyDelete
I love snow cream!! We have had ice this year but no snow. I guess we could make snow cones! :)ReplyDelete
My kids love this! We have to make some again before this never ending winter comes to an end. :-) Thanks for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday." I hope you will be able to join us again this week. http://our4kiddos.blogspot.com/2014/02/try-new-recipe-tuesday-february-25.htmlReplyDelete