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An old saying, "If life hands you a lemon, squeeze it and make lemonaid"
Well, today we got a heck of a snow storm.......think I am gona apply that old saying in a little different form.....

Anyone have another recipe?

Snow Cream
Ingredients:
1-3 cups of clean snow
1/2 cup whipping cream or other cream of choice
1 T. sugar
2-3 drops vanilla flavoring
Preparation:
In a separate bowl, mix cream, sugar and vanilla. Slowly add snow to desired consistency. Eat and enjoy!
 

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I needed this recipe a couple weeks ago, when I got 18" of snow. LOL
 

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Snow ice cream is good. But stay away from the yellow snow.:big_smile::big_smile:

why?... you mean its not lemon flavored snow?.. uh oh!:eek:oooh:
 

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:smile2: Wil! What d'ya mean "uh-oh"? I b'lieve if you'd tried it you'd KNOW it isn't lemon flavored! :crazy:
hahaha YA CAUGHT ME!! :embarassed::smile2:
 

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see Wil i TOLD u..but nooo u never listen to me lol lemme tell ya what.. probly aint the worst thing weve tried..
GLAD UR FINALLY BACK ON HERE!! and ya.. u did but since when do i listen to what you tell me.. remember the snowman?.. the one i broke my foot on?.. ya i didnt listen then either, some of you might remember me tellin u about that haha:wink::big_smile:
 

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Back to the subject at hand,I aint never seen a recipe for snow cream. My Dad used to make it when we were kids ,I wanted to make it for my youngest daughter ,but didnt know how,Now I do ,Thanks.
 

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I remember doing that 25-30 years ago, but nowadays I would have to send the snow off to a lab, and await results of purity before I would even think about eating it...unless it is necessary for survival. Mine never turned out very good anyways. More like melty gooey goop. I like Ben and Jerry's, and Blue Bunny though.:smile2:
 

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I remember doing that 25-30 years ago, but nowadays I would have to send the snow off to a lab, and await results of purity before I would even think about eating it...
We don't know how true that may be Matt, and what a pity! Making snow cream with my mom is a fond memory of mine. Look at this post poisonpits made yesterday about the snow in Arkansas.

www.catfish1.com/forums/showthread.php?t=73946

Wil, could you send me you and Evan's addresses? I have a box of Q-tips for each of ya, I think you need your ears cleaned out. :smile2:
 

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We don't know how true that may be Matt, and what a pity! Making snow cream with my mom is a fond memory of mine. Look at this post poisonpits made yesterday about the snow in Arkansas.

www.catfish1.com/forums/showthread.php?t=73946

Wil, could you send me you and Evan's addresses? I have a box of Q-tips for each of ya, I think you need your ears cleaned out. :smile2:
hahaha well thing is, i have plenty at my house.. idk about evan but i must have some HORRIBLE hearing lol
 

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Talked with my mom and got her old recipe ........ it's better than the first one! I made up a big bowl...... good stuff!!!!​

Snow Cream​
Ingredients:
1-3 cups of clean snow
1/2 cup whipping cream or other cream of choice
1 T. sugar
2-3 drops vanilla flavoring
Preparation:
In a separate bowl, mix cream, sugar and vanilla. Slowly add snow to desired consistency. Eat and enjoy!
 
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