Recipe by LITTLECOOK0089
"Using soft, clean snow, milk, sugar, and vanilla, you can make this easy, quick family favorite."
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Similar recipe to Snow Ice Cream II.
Like so many others, this brought back wonderful childhood memories. For better results, mix the sugar and vanilla together first, adding a splash of milk to help combine. THEN go out and retrieve the snow. It melts remarkably fast once it gets inside. Don't premeasure the milk and just dump it in. Instead, add as necessary to make your desired consistency. Because this is the week before Christmas, we have egg nog in the fridge and used it instead of milk and it made the treat creamy and oh so yummy! For those who don't like overly sweet treats, you may want to reduce the sugar and/or vanilla if using egg nog instead of milk. We didn't but then we liked it super sweet. Enjoy!
This recipe was not to my liking.
This recipe falls into winter time fun perfectly! What better way to eat snow besides catching it on your tongue? Thank you.....I stirred the sugar and vanilla into the milk and put it into the freezer for 1/2 hour to make it kind of slushy before heading outside to make the snow pudding. It stirred in really well and it was a wonderful treat.
That was a great activity for when we were snowed in during a snow storm, kids loved it. Thanks.
SO delightful! We loved this, and froze the bowl in the freezer for about 10 min. before hand, so that our snow pudding would stay thick like ice cream. We loved it so much that we made it several times in the winter.
Delicious! Im 12 years old and I have a snow day today, I was bored so I went online and found this! I did everything the way it said andit was perfect, actually, I didnt have super fine suge so I used regular sugar but it came out great! It remimded me of the vanilla chocolate chip ices I get so I added semisweet chocolate chips and its delicious! Perfect activity for a snow day!!!
This was great! Today I had a snow day so me and my friend made it today and it was so good! We also added chocolate chips. I couldn't believe that snow, sugar, and milk together could be so good! Yummy! Its nice and simple! Now I am in the mood for more!
We've just had a fresh snow and I decided to make this for an afternoon treat! Tastes just like how I remember as a child.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 11
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