The boys were BEGGING me to make snow ice cream when we woke up to this:
So off to the kitchen we go with 2 large bowls of snow. Here’s the best snow ice cream recipe ever:
- 8 cups snow, or shaved ice
- 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Sorry I didn’t take pictures of the process, the boys were soooo excited to try it that I wasn’t able to pick up the camera. The condensed milk gives the ice cream a french vanilla color, kinda creamy beige. It ends up with the consistency of cookie dough meets play dough. Good stuff. The condensed milk makes the snow kinda melt as it’s poured on, just keep stirring. This is all we had left after I made 4 bowls. It was just enough for 3 cereal sized bowls and one small one for Cutler.
Cohen used some Hershey’s Caramel Syrup on top. Did you know they make caramel syrup in a squeeze bottle just like chocolate syrup? Well I didn’t! That is until the Cub Scout Ice Cream Social. I’ve been schooled ya’ll! Life will never be the same.