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How to make snow cream
By Tammy Sons
Snow cream always brings back fond memories of childhood days gone by. Back in a time when there were a few snows to look forward to with no school, sledding with the kids in the neighborhood and mom making that snow cream! It could always get us to come in from the cold. She always told us we had to wait for the second snow of the year because it was a cleaner snow. The first had gotten all the impurities out of the air and the second didn't pick up any bad stuff on the way down. Here's the recipe as I remember it...
Place a large bowl outside, after it has snowed a little, to catch about a gallon of that pure white stuff.
Quickly bring it in and add 1 cup of sugar, 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract, 2 cups milk and a well beaten egg. (optional)
Scoop into bowls and enjoy quickly, because once the milk is in, it begins to melt.
Leftovers, if there are any, may be frozen and eaten later. You must let it thaw a little when pulling it out of the freezer to get to that “stirring” consistency.
Warning: eating snow cream with all its yummy goodness, too quickly, may cause
What always seems to get us in the mood when it comes to winter times besides snow and making snow cream but plants? As the winter starts coming and the snow falls the colder weather starts making our plants look yucky and dingy so why not visit an online nursery and purchase your native plants and evergreens that will not look yucky but that will stay lush and green all year long.