Friday, February 27, 2015

Flavorful Friday: Snow Ice Cream Recipe!

Jeremiah 29:11 NIV
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

I think I have posted this particular Bible verse before, but it spoke to me today so here it is.

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Yep, today is a full-on snow day here in Plano, Texas!  


We don't get real snow often, so when we do it's lots of fun!  I was particularly surprised and in awe at how beautiful and perfect the snow flakes are.  I have been to snowy mountains in California, and I have lived in Colorado, yet I don't remember ever seeing such amazingly perfect flakes.


Today my son got to make his first snow angel, and taste his first snow ice cream! He loved it so much, and we had such fun making it, we thought it was a great idea to share our snow ice cream recipe with you here for Flavorful Friday! I have fond memories of eating snow ice cream as a child, though living in Austin, TX it was a rare treat, indeed!

This snow ice cream recipe is a base, a starting point, or you can just use as-is. You can adjust the amounts of each ingredient to suit your own personal taste. Use your favorite milk- cow, raw cow, almond, coconut, oat, hemp, etc, whatever suits your fancy should work just fine. Note that if you are using sweetened milk, you may want to leave the sugar out all together. A fun trick could also be to use chocolate milk (yum!) or strawberry milk. Whatever you do, find the kid in you and have fun!




Snow Ice Cream Recipe

Ingredients:
4 C fresh, clean Snow 
1/2 C cold Milk
2 tsp Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla Extract


Instructions:

First, mix together your milk, sugar, and vanilla with a whisk.  Leave them in the refrigerator while you go out to collect (and play in!) the snow.  The extra time helps the sugar to dissolve more completely.  Bring your snow back in and scoop it into a bowl.  Stir or shake the milk mix and then pour it over the snow. Give it a quick stir in the bowl and you are all set.  Enjoy!

Note: You may want more or less snow, and you can always add more snow or milk mix as you go if you like.





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