I certainly don’t have to tell you how much of the fluffy white stuff we have on the ground from our recent visit from Blizzard Nemo/Charlotte/whatever you want to call it. However, I can share with you a fun activity you can do with your kiddos involving this multitude of snow (now that you’ve finally finished all of your shoveling and snow blowing)!

I jumped at the opportunity to make some Blizzard Ice Cream with my daughter. It’s super easy to make and I guaranty you already have all of the ingredients on hand. It’s pretty darn tasty too!

Ingredients:

  • 4 or 5 cups of clean snow (warning: yellow snow does make lemon ice)
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
  • 1/2 cup of sugar

Step 1: Collect your snow and keep it in the freezer while you get the rest of your ingredients ready.

Fresh powdery snow!

Fresh powdery snow!

Step 2: Mix the milk, vanilla, and sugar together until all of the sugar is dissolved.

Step 3: Slowly stir in the snow until it is as thick as ice cream.

Caroline had fun stirring while I poured the snow.

Caroline had fun stirring while I poured the snow.

Step 4: Eat it up!

Ok mom... Let's see how this tastes!

Ok mom… Let’s see how this tastes!

 

Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm

Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm

 

 

That's one happy little girl!

That’s one happy little girl!

 

 Bon appetite!

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