He Scoops Up Snow From The Yard And Brings It Into Kitchen - What He Uses It For Is Incredible
This classic recipe and family favorite is a great way to incorporate the first blizzard of the season into your cooking. Grab some fresh snow and a few other ingredients to make this fun treat!
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Before you start whipping, mixing or munching, you'll need to gather up all of your non-snow ingredients:
2-4 tablespoons granulated sugar (to taste)
1/3 cup heavy whipping cream or milk
1 cap full vanilla extract
Pinch of salt
Once you've got all these ready, you're good to go!
Time To Mix It Up
Using a whisk, mix all of the ingredients above until they are thoroughly combined. To keep the mixture as cool as possible, throw the bowl with the milk mixture in the freezer while you go get your fresh snow.
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For this batch, you need 6-8 cups of fresh, clean snow.
Make sure to use the top fluffy layer. It's going to have the best consistency and will be free of all the dirt closer to the bottom!
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To keep this yummy concoction from melting, immediately stir the milk mixture into the snow. The sooner the better!
Screenshot via YouTube Make It Perfect
Start with 6 cups of snow and the milk mixture. Then, keep adding a little bit of snow at a time until you reach the ideal ice-cream-like consistency.
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Don't wait too long! The snow used in this recipe should remain light, fresh and easy to scoop throughout the whole process.
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This yummy treat melts quickly, so make sure to serve it to your eager loved ones right away. If not you'll have a delicious melted mess on your hands.
Pro Tip: Put your serving bowls in the fridge while you whip this up so the final product stays nice and cool even longer.
A Little Something Extra
Add your favorite toppings like sprinkles, cherries or chocolate sauce and get ready to enjoy!
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We're not quite done yet! If you want to chow down on a different flavor, there are easy ways to do so.
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You can add 5-6 teaspoons of cocoa powder to make mouthwatering chocolate ice cream.
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And if strawberry is more your style, add strawberry milk powder instead!
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If you'd like to watch this cool process in action, click "Play" on the video below. It never hurts to have a little extra help!
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Your family and friends will be thrilled to try this cool treat and you'll save tons of money on expensive ice cream.