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Monday, January 17, 2011

HomeShalom's Snow Cream

I was hoping to post this last week (when there was still snow on the ground here!), but I didn't get it done. But I know there are lots of folks who will still have snow for several weeks...and who knows...we might get it again...ya never know down here in TN. :-) Since we have moved down here - It have become a delicacy! Our recipe has grown as our family has...so I will reflect that here:

These are generous serving sizes. You might consider a smaller number if you just want a cup instead of a big bowl. It IS cold! :-)

Mix together and eat -

Serves 1
1/2C Cream
1T Maple Syrup (Sugar, Agave or light honey)
3 drops Vanilla Extract
2C Clean Snow

Serves 2
1C Cream
2T Maple Syrup (Sugar, Agave or light honey)
6 Drops of Vanilla Extract
4C Clean Snow

Serves 4
2C Cream
1/4C Maple Syrup (Sugar, Agave or light honey)
1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract
8C Clean Snow

Serves 6
3C Cream
1/4C + 2T Maple Syrup (Sugar, Agave or light honey)
1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract
12C Clean Snow

Serves 10
5C Cream
1/2C + 2T Maple Syrup (Sugar, Agave or light honey)
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
20C Clean Snow

  • Rapedura (sucanat) also works well, each variation in sweetener effects the flavor slighty - you will find what we you like best. Our favorite is maple syrup.
  • You may sub whole milk for cream or mix it.
  • We have also added fixin' too! Although it really doesn't need it. (banana, sauces or mini chips)


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