We first tried this “recipe” the week we lastly received our first snow day that actually involved snow. For two days, my children (and all the children within the neighborhood) had been exterior 8-10 hours a day sledding, constructing snowmen, and making snow angels.
One of the kids prompt making snow cream and as soon as the concept had been spoken out loud, the entire children begged to have the ability to make this deal with.
I figured there was a solution to make snow cream scrumptious however with out corn syrup or processed ingredients… and a brand new household recipe was born!
Dairy-Free Snow Cream Recipe (No Evaporated Milk)
I remembered snow cream from after I was a child and that the recipe concerned:
- snow (in fact)
- milk, heavy cream, or *cringe* sweetened condensed milk
- plenty of sugar
I wished my children to have the ability to strive snow cream, particularly for the reason that alternative solely presents itself each few years the place we lived on the time, however I wasn’t stooping to sweetened condensed milk. I additionally didn’t have any dairy in the home and I wasn’t personally going to enterprise out on snowy roads to get any. (I’m from the South… snow-driving isn’t coated in driver’s ed!)
We ended up determining a dairy-free/dairy-optional model that the children enjoyed (and actually, how laborious may or not it’s to determine… it solely has 4 substances!).
But… Is It Safe to Eat Snow?
Still, let me say the apparent: This snow cream recipe is barely “healthy” if you happen to use recent, pure white snow! Avoid snow that’s been sitting round or is something that’s lower than pure white 🙂
If you’re prepared for extra snow recipes, strive making snow-day maple candy subsequent!
Snow Cream Recipe
Snow cream is a basic winter recipe that children love. Made with recent snow, coconut milk or common milk, vanilla, and non-compulsory sweetener, it’s a recipe that children could make and revel in.
Collect a considerable amount of recent snow in a big bowl.
In a smaller bowl, mix a few of the snow, vanilla, and any desired sweetener.
Add simply sufficient coconut milk or milk to create a clean consistency.
Mix nicely with a spoon till evenly combined.
Serve instantly and revel in.
Snow cream should be eaten instantly because it loses its consistency if stored within the freezer.
Serving: 1cup | Calories: 56kcal | Carbohydrates: 7.4g | Protein: 1.9g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1.1g | Cholesterol: 6mg | Sodium: 27mg | Sugar: 7.1g
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