Sunday, February 1, 2015

Snow Cream Recipe

Today we woke up to a winter wonderland... and then it didn't stop snowing. Its up to about a foot now. Needless to say, we stayed home today. Now onto the deliciousness that is called Snow Cream... Snow Cream is not anything new, in fact families have been making it for several years but I don't believe I had ever had it before this year. And it is good. Amazingly good. So good that it is now going to be a winter family tradition for us! 


Ingredients
1 cup milk
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 pinch salt
8 cups clean snow

Directions
In a large bowl whisk milk, sugar, vanilla and salt together until combined. Stir some fresh clean snow into the milk mixture until you reach your desired consistency. This should be fluffy and not runny, but it melts quickly, so serve immediately. Top with sprinkles if you wish!

That's it! This is probably the shortest recipe I've ever had on the blog but 5 simple ingredients and less than 5 minutes of your time is all that's needed for this yummy goodness! Happy Snow Day!

16 comments:

  1. Oh yummm!! Now I just need it to snow in California! haha

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  2. Wow! That sounds delicious! Thanks for the recipe. Avoid the yellow snow! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you!

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  3. Oh we have to try this recipe! We tried a different one early in the winter....this one looks really good! Now..just need some new snow! :) Hopefully soon!

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  4. My grandson is determined to eat the snow but he eats it on the sneak. I think I'll tell him we can pick out our snow together and make a treat. We have far to many pets in this neighborhood and in this house for him to choose his own snow!

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  5. Unfortunately it hasn't snowed at all here in My part of NC this year.....while the northeast is getting blizzards the temperature here it is warm enough for short sleeve shirts... But the next time we get enough snow, I plan on making some snowcream!

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  6. We certainly had a lot of snow in NY after our blizzard. This would be really fun to try and make one day.
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  7. My mom used to do this when we were younger.

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  8. This sounds amazing! Of course I come from the only city in Canada that rarely gets snow lol, but when/if we do, we'll be making this for sure!

    Thanks

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  9. This looks like a lot of fun! I need to make this fun recipe and have it with my niece and nephew! It looks so pretty!

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  10. I bet my children will love this. I LOVE how simple it is. We don't have any snow here, so this recipe would even be more of a hit for my kiddos.

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  11. This would be so much fun!! Thank you

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  12. What is "snow"? I'm from Houston, Texas. lol

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  13. I have never made this before. I have plenty of snow outside so I think I make it tomorrow! Thank you!

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  14. This would be so much... awsome tradition. We live in southern cali so no snow here unless we head to the mountains

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  15. What a fun thing to make with the kids, they would love this! Awesomeness!

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  16. would love to do this and saved it to my favorites we might be going to visit michigan this december

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