Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Snow Icecream

I don't know how you feel about snow, but I love the stuff. It's pretty when it falls and it's pretty when it covers everything. As if those weren't reasons enough to love snow, I discovered a new use for it last year. Snow icecream!

I love eating something that came from outside. The same snow that I see through my window in the morning could easily become a bowl of icecream by the afternoon.

It's a wonderful feeling to gather snow right before you make something with it. The same feeling occurs when you pick something from a garden you've been tending to, I suppose. But snow just shows up. I don't have to water, fertilize or watch the snow sprout. I can just enjoy it.

I think you will like snow icecream. It's snow easy to make! Ha-ha. I made a funny.



  • 1 quart (4 cups) heavy whipping cream
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 6 quarts (24 cups) fresh snow

  1. Mix the cream, vanilla and sugar together in a large bowl.
  2. Hurry outside and gather the snow. 
  3. Come back inside. Before it melts, stir in the snow until it the ice cream becomes thick.
  4. Store any leftover ice cream in the freezer.

Recipe adapted from the Duggar Family.

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