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Old 02-17-2007, 10:43 PM   #1
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Snow Cream

A lot of us have snow now.... some of us have a LOT of snow.

Don't know what to do with it? How about making Snow Cream?

First off - ALWAYS - ALWAYS make sure the snow is clean. It takes at least a couple of hours for snow to clean the pollutants from the air. Use only snow that has fallen after that first cleansing snow.

Frank Zappa said it first, but I'll remind everyone again - make sure you do not collect the snow where animals and birds eat (or do other things). Cleanliness first. When I was little we used to set out a big clean pan to catch the snow for our snow cream - you'll need about 3 quarts of snow. The mositure in snow can vary widely so be sure you "catch" plenty.

1 cup COLD milk
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
Approximately 3 quarts of snow

Blend milk, sugar and vanilla together until the sugar is all dissolved. Stir in enough snow to make the snow cream a soft-serve ice cream consistency.

Add instant chocolate milk powder or several packets of instant cocoa mix for a chocolate snow cream.

Cinnamon and cooked pieces of apple (just core an apple, put it in a bowl with about 1/2 water, sprinkle a little sugar on it and zap it in the microwave for 2-3 minutes or when the apple is fork tender) added to taste is goot too!
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