Snow Cream Recipe
December 26, 2010 by staff
Snow Cream Recipe, While some may cringe at the thought of eating something on the ground, and although I readily admit that it can not be the most sanitary thing in the world, the ice cream was a winter snow I like to treat as a child.
I have fond memories of eating ice cream and snow. My mother met for the snow in a large bowl and return to the kitchen while we continue to work on our snowman. A few minutes later she called us and meet us at the back door with a broom to clear snow on our shoes before entering the house. We leave a pile of wet clothes on the back porch and sit in the hot kitchen and devour the frozen treat.
Almost every recipe I found came with a warning that the snow ice cream may not be healthy. The articles explained that today’s pollution and chemicals in the air could contaminate the snow, and this old practice is not recommended. Therefore do so at your own risk.
Here is the recipe I found: Mix one gallon of freshly fallen snow with 1 cup sugar 1 tablespoon vanilla extract and 2 cups of milk. Some old recipes include adding a raw egg. I would not recommend this because of the risk of Salmonella.
I was tempted to write a line or two about the dangers of yellow snow, but he thinks most would already be aware of this risk.
With numb fingers, the snowball fights with my sisters and brother, and long days to make a snow fort in the front yard, eating cream mom snow and ice was a memory that has not melt. What are some of your fondest memories of snow days as a kid? Let us know. Use the comment box below to tell us your story!
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