Short And Sweet. Snow Ice Cream.

We had our first snow day this past Wednesday. What better way to celebrate than to make Snow Ice Cream? Fast and Fun. And Sweet.

Snow Ice Cream


1 cup milk
1/2 cup heavy cream
1 cup skim milk
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla
Approximately 3 quarts snow


1. Mix all ingredients and serve.

You are probably wondering about all the different kinds of dairy in the ingredients. That is just a guideline based on what I had on hand. You can use any combination of milk and cream that you like. Or just milk. Or just cream. It still always tastes yummy.

Here are two songs for you.

One Short.

Dead Milkmen-Punk Rock Girl

One Sweet.

Ida Maria-Keep Me Warm

Cheers and stay warm!

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9 Responses to Short And Sweet. Snow Ice Cream.

  1. nat says:

    I was tempted to try this the other day, but just didn’t get up the nerve. So, chocolate sauce on this???

  2. Terra says:

    I was going ask about the chocolate sauce. I think have a caramel sauce left over from a trip to McDonald’s. The child gets the apples. The Momma saves the caramel sauce. I think I’ll have one of each!

    Hope mine looks as good in a plastic IKEA bowl!

  3. Nat says:

    We will try it next time it snows. I’m going to make a fresh batch of caramel sauce today. My last was a bit too thin, but it was perfect in lattes!

  4. rick says:

    This looks better than the recipe I have. I’ll give it a try next time around! (As if I needed another reason to look forward to snow!)

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