Snowed in for the night? When it's dumping outside, round up the kiddos and make a giant bowl of frosty snow cream for dessert. You'll have a brand-new family tradition on the table in less than five minutes.
14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
1/4 cup condensed milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 large bowl of fresh snow (about one gallon)
Optional toppings: sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, maraschino cherries
Whisk the milks, vanilla, and cinnamon until combined. Drizzle over the fresh snow, stir well, and serve immediately.
- Make sure your snow is very fresh. Gather pure white, newly fallen snow that is not discolored or dirty in any way.
- As you add the milk mixture to the snow, it will reduce in size. The resulting consistency will be thinner than store-bought ice cream.
- The type of snow matters. If snow is heavy and wet, use less; if it's light and fluffy, gather more.
- Did your snow cream become a bit too runny? Serve it in tall glasses with straws like a milkshake!