What was supposed to be the first full week back from Christmas vacation turned into a week of snow and BELOW freezing temperatures. All over Facebook I was seeing friends talk about snow ice cream so I decided to finally give it a try with my kids. I was making Roasted Tomato Soup for dinner and still had 40 minutes before it would be ready so we had our dessert first.
Snow Ice Cream
- 1 cup Milk or Heavy Cream
- 1/2 cup Sugar
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla
- 6 cups Fresh Fluffy Snow
- Stir together your milk or cream with the sugar and vanilla. Start adding in the snow until you have an ice cream consistency.
I think this recipe would taste better with cream instead of milk. It was an overwhelming vanilla taste to it and I think the cream would have balanced it out a bit more. The kids absolutely loved it, though!
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