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RECIPE: Snow Cream

Posted by gluecille (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 24, 05 at 21:41

I just thought since everyone had so much snow they might like to have this recipe. My mom used to make this for us when we were kids and I made it for mine. Now I make it for the grandkids. Just make sure you get clean snow and stay away from the yellow snow.

Snow Cream

2 Cups Milk
2 Eggs (Optional)
1 Cup Sugar
Teaspoon Vanilla
1 Large Bowl of Snow

In large bowl mix milk, eggs (Optional), sugar and vanilla. Add snow to the milk mixture until it becomes very thick. Eat and enjoy!!!

You can put the left overs in the freezer. It won't be the same texture but it's still good.


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I remember my Mom making snow cream when I was very little. Nice memories.


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Ginger, I think that is why I like it so much. Wonderful memories!!! Just loved those snow days, not having to go to school, the fun we had getting the snow, being excited while mom was making it and the reward of eating it!!!


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Seems like she made one with syrup, too (maple?) A real treat.


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Just don't use yellow snow!!!


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LOLOL


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I made my 3 children, ages 6 yrs, 2 1/2 yrs, and 11 months, snow cream for the first time. They loved it! My husband and I both remember eating it when we was their age and how much we loved it. So we decided to pass the tradition along to each of them. Hopefully they will do the same when they have children.


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sounds like something I should make for my kids since they like to eat snow anyways....LOL... I'll try it tomorrow... thanks :)


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I'm very jealous. It never snows here. sigh.........


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