Making this snow cream is what I used as the incentive for my children to come in out of the snow! Quick, easy & yummy! Thanks!
Easy and fun...a great way to celebrate the 13 1/2 inches of SNOW that Fort Worth, Tx had yesterday!!!!
My 4 yo Grandaughter Avery and I made this together, so easy with 3 ingredients and I didnt melt it trying to stir in the sugar. It tasted fabulous and we will use it every chance we get. She was so excited and got to taste it first, great recipe to do with kids.
NC is stuck in the middle of a nasty snow/sleet/freezing rain event. But, at least we had enough snow to make snow cream! My largest mixing bowl was full of snow, and made enough for about 4 or 5 servings. This was a nice treat in the midst of our lousy weather. Thanks for sharing!
This was so delicious! I remember my mom making this when I was a child but I forgot how good it was! We are lucky to get snow once a year in North Carolina and if we do it is usually not much. Got a good snow storm this time and it is a good thing we don't get it often because I'd be overloaded on this wonderful snow cream. This was my first time making it. So easy and so yummy! Great idea to add toppings. Didn't do that this time and it was wonderful without it but I know kids would love the sprinkles and such. Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe.
So fun and easy! What a fun memory to create with my kids on a snow day!
Who would have thought - we got snow today in Alabama! My daughter (21) and I HAD to go make this. Fantastic - thanks for a great memory from a great day!
Boy does this recipe take me back some 45+ years. My dear gramma used to make this for all of us grandkids when we visited them on their farm. All 5 of us girls and granddaddy would sit at the table with a big ole bowl and thought we were having the finest dessert ever! Thanks for the memories today when I especially needed them.
OMG! I forgot the vanilla and it was STILL amazing! I wish it snowed more in Richmond so I could make this all the time!
Used this recipe on a snowy SPRING day when the DGSs where visiting and needed something to use up some excess energy. They loved the idea and enjoyed eating it after it was made. They sprinkled candies on it for a topping and were so proud of the results. It was a little on the sweet side for me - but then I'm not a fan of the sweet condensed milk so that could just be me. Next time I think I'll try another posters idea and add a little plain milk to it. It was a fun project to do with the kids and I thank you for posting a fun and easy recipe.