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    • #325472

      I didn’t Know where to Put this…I hope this is the right section..It Is Cheap and easy to make showered with love

      Snow Cream

      You’ll Need
      1 cup half and half or milk
      1/3 to 1/2 cup granulated sugar (adjust to your taste)
      1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
      4 to 6 cups clean, freshly fallen snow

      1. In a large bowl combine half and half, vanilla extract and sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved, about 3 minutes.
      2. Stir in snow, a cup at a time, until the ice cream magically forms! Freeze for several minutes if desired before serving.Yummy screaming santa
    • #445526
      mos
      Participant

      LOL! I so understand how it can be confusing as to where to post! I moved you to general recipes since the forum that you posted in is for ‘meals!’

    • #445547

      I wish I knew about this recipe when I lived up north. That sounds awesome.

    • #581355
      Liss
      Keymaster

      Here’s another similar recipe shared by a local news station on TV following a recent Nor’eastah!

      Ingredients:

      1 c. Milk
      1 tsp Vanilla
      pinch salt
      8 cups of snow
      1/4 cup powdered sugar

      In a large bowl combine milk, vanilla extract and sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved, about 3 minutes.
      Stir in snow, a cup at a time, until the ice cream magically forms! Freeze for several minutes if desired before serving.

    • #581356
      Liss
      Keymaster

      Here’s another similar recipe shared by a local news station on TV following a recent Nor’eastah!

      Ingredients:

      1 c. Milk
      1 tsp Vanilla
      pinch salt
      8 cups of snow
      1/4 cup powdered sugar

      In a large bowl combine milk, vanilla extract and sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved, about 3 minutes.
      Stir in snow, a cup at a time, until the ice cream magically forms! Freeze for several minutes if desired before serving.

    • #581367
      mos
      Participant

      Either recipes requires an ingredient that I don’t get to see often — SNOW! LOL!

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