Snow cream – our snowy day ice cream recipe

Snowcream Snow Ice CreamAs promised in yesterdays post (and to preserve this recipe where we can always find it… I would probably have lost so many of my recipes if they weren’t shared here) here is my super easy way of making a snow day even better, or just better if you aren’t a fan of snow or winter.  As always, I prefer to find the easiest way of doing things and this recipe does just that.  No mixing.  Just scoop clean snow, add toppings and get your smile on

What you need:

Clean snow (we put out our big metal bowl and when its full, its time to me snow cream.

Organic sweetened condensed milk

Frozen or fresh raspberries, blueberries or strawberries (on this day I used raspberries)

Honey

What to do with your ingredients:

Put a cup of berries in the blender and puree, add honey to sweeten.  I add about a tablespoon.  Scoop snow into your ice cream bowls and pour the condensed milk over it.  Drizzle the berry puree over the top and you are done.  Grab a spoon and enjoy.

There are so many things you can add to make this snowcream in different flavors.  You could add cocoa powder to the condensed milk before pouring it over your ice cream.  Vanilla is a great addition, caramel sauce, any kind of fruit, sprinkles, bits of crushed candy bars or even syrup like you would use for a snow cone.  Just know that it doesn’t hold up very well so you have to eat it up fast.  If you need to keep it cold somewhere, your best bet is back outside well covered if its still cold enough outside.  I have not had luck with keeping it in the freezer.

See you here tomorrow for some Easterfun!

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