I was inspired by Candice to do a recipe post for snowcream. I usually make it with Pet milk (evaporated milk), sugar, and vanilla. I c...

Snow Cream- Inspired Post






I was inspired by Candice to do a recipe post for snowcream. I usually make it with Pet milk (evaporated milk), sugar, and vanilla. I changed up my recipe last time we got snowed in because I didn't have any evaporated milk and voila, it was even better!



Ingredients

Lots of fresh snow (Tip: Put a large bowl outside to collect your snow and bring it in right before you're ready for it...I used a metal bowl because it gets really cold to keep the snow from getting melty on the bottom)


2 Cups Heavy Whipping Cream


1 Cup Sugar


2 tsp Vanilla


Directions

Heat your heavy cream in a heavy pot until it just simmers, stir constantly (do not boil!) Turn on low heat and stir for 10-15 minutes until mixture thickens and turns to a thicker creamy consistency. It will also turn a nice cream color.


Add your sugar and vanilla, stir until completely dissolved


Put this mixture in the freezer until it is completely cooled (you don't want to melt your snow!)


Once mixture is cooled, bring in your snow and slowly add your cream mixture until all the snow is covered and there is a little bit of liquid in the bottom of your bowl. Stir until smooth then serve quickly! Tip: I put mine back in the freezer and although it takes awhile to thaw out again, it tastes just as good the next day!

2 comments:

Can said...

This makes me hope it snows one more time! That picture looks delicious. Can it eat a picture?

Mary S. said...

I haven't had snow cream in YEARS! It looks yummy.