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How to Make Snow Ice Cream

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Snow Ice Cream

Are you knee deep in snow? Check out How to Make Snow Ice Cream. My grandmother used to make this for all of us grandkids when we were little and now I am making it for my kids. This is a simple and easy to make Snow Ice Cream Recipe.

Making Snow Ice Cream

Start by collecting clean snow in a large bowl. Be sure to avoid any yellow or brown snow, as this can contain pollutants.

Once you have enough snow, add your desired flavorings. Popular choices include milk, sugar, vanilla extract, and chocolate syrup. You can also add fruits or nuts for extra flavor and nutrition.

Stir the ingredients together until the snow is evenly coated. Then, enjoy your delicious snow ice cream right away!

Snow Ice Cream

Customize Your Snow Ice Cream:

There are so many ways to customize your snow ice cream. Get creative and add some of your favorite toppings or mix-ins. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Chocolate chips
  • Sprinkles
  • Crushed cookies
  • Fruit slices (or diced fruit)
    The possibilities are endless! Just remember to keep it tasty. 😉 Snow Ice Cream Tips: – If it's not cold enough outside for there to be fresh snow, you can always use store-bought ice cream instead. Just follow the same recipe above but substitute 6 cups of store-bought ice cream for the snow. – Not a fan of vanilla? Swap it out for another flavor of extract, like almond or mint. Or, try using flavored syrup instead.

So there you have it! Making snow ice cream is easy and fun for the whole family. Just gather your ingredients, head outside, and enjoy this unique winter treat. Be sure to experiment with different flavor combinations until you find your perfect recipe. Happy icy adventures!

Yield: 5

How to Make Snow Ice Cream

How to Make Snow Ice Cream
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 1 gallon or big bowl full of snow
  • 1-2 cups cream or milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 -1 cup sugar


  1. Mix all ingredients together and enjoy.
  2. Tip- Never use the first fallen snow and make sure the snow is clean.

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  1. Wow! Being from southeast Texas,snow wasn’t much of a thing. But I live with snow now! In fact it is snowing right now! Thank you!

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