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Mix it well. It will thin out and melt as you mix. Add cups or until it comes back to that cream of wheat thickness. Now you could stop right here and eat it, and it will be delicious! You could even pour it into a glass and drink it like a slushie. But for an optimal ice cream experience, pop these back into the freezer for an hour or more. Then, you can dish them out with a regular ice cream scoop. The white version I tried subbing in almond milk and honey. Very, very good! But definitely almond flavored instead of vanilla. If you are having a snow day, I hope you eat lots of snow ice cream, drink lots of cocoa and find the best sledding hill in existence.
As adults we get all wrapped up in adulthood. Complain about the roads. Complain about cold. Complain about the packed grocery store. Today, I urge you to embrace you inner kid and just have fun with it! Life is too short to worry about salt trucks and bread on store shelves. Edit : This post has had a great response! Now that it has been picked up by a few large websites, there is a little bit of a controversy over whether or not it is safe to eat snow.
So here is my disclaimer: you make your own decision. This all being said, I personally believe there are a lot worse things out there that people are eating than a little polluted snow. As with anything, moderation is the key. Have it as a treat, or not, and go off and worry about the big problems in life. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
This is so fun! We did not have this when I was a kid, but I can and will eat it like a kid now. Go make some now! And make sure you make it hot pink or electric purple or some other ridiculously bright hue you would have made it when you were eight. That is so cute! It does not snow where I live but I am SO enjoying your photos! Since I have an ample amount of snow outside…and zero ice cream in the fridge….
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Thanks for sucha good idea! I shared this post with lots of my friends who have kids, and we have all made it! It is such a neat idea, and it is so so so yummy! This was definitely a standard in our house. Next time I am home in Idaho, I must make snow icecream. Love the green. I love your beautiful photographs as well!
Eating snow still seems really taboo to me. I grew up in the country, so it was never a thought that even crossed my mind as a kid.
We always used sweetened condensed milk, honey, cinnamon and vanilla. I had very little snow as a kid since I lived in WA and it rained a lot and snowed very little but best friend and I would make this with her mom every chance we got! Let me know how it turns out!
My mom always used to let us have snow ice cream for one breakfast when it snowed enough.
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Back before raw eggs were going to kill us all, she sometimes would beat an egg with the milk to make it more like a healthy breakfast, I guess. I never thought of that.
Why do I have to stumble across this the day after all our snow has been rained down into dirty ice lumps?? Viola, faux snow sneaux? When I do this, I go for rosewater and simple syrup, with maybe a squeeze of lemon. I never had a problem with eating snow, but for people that are a little skittish, this is perfect! Not vintage. From Crate and Barrel. And the silver one is an espresso spoon. I have been wondering if you could flavor the snow ice cream with Jello? It would give it color and flavor I think. What do you think? Have waited years to try this recipe!
Now that I live in the middle of nowhere and the most delightful giant snow storm came throughthis weekend, this could finally happen! Used maple syrup instead of sugar and vanilla and it was just lovely.
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Share This Post. Be sure to eat it right away, because it melts quickly! You are pretty much mixing together snow water , milk and sugar.
So it does taste a bit like watered down ice cream. I bet this would taste equally delicious with a cup of chocolate milk instead of the milk and sugar.