January 29, 2014 | Family

It’s a winter wonderland here in Milton, Georgia! We received a “surprise” four inches of snow that we thought was going to be well south of us.  So, once Allie made it home from school, and Andy navigated a couple of hours of traffic to get here, we had some fun in the snow.  AND, we had some homemade snow ice cream.

Here’s the simple recipe for any of you who’ve found yourself with enough white stuff in your yard!

Snow Cream

Snow Cream

Oh, and here’s jingle head:

Jingle Head

Discussion

Tifani Thompson - January 30, 2014 at 08:26 am

We can’t wait to use your recipe. Our girl’s mouths were open so wide when they saw your bowl of snow and ingredients to make it. We are waiting for another snow storm and we are doing it. Yummy! The girls were giggling watching the video of Allie in snow! They were also laughing at her hat! So cute! They had me play it a couple of times! That picture of Pastor Andy and Allie is a blow-up picture! Great picture! Thank you for sharing ‘snow cream’!

Fifi - January 31, 2014 at 10:46 pm

I had no idea snow was edible. Thanks for the neat recipe, Mrs Stanley. I’ll be sure to try it next time I’m in my husband’s hometown in Norway. They’ve got plenty of snow 🙂

Tifani Thompson - February 13, 2014 at 03:50 pm

We just used your recipe for ‘snow cream’!! Big snow storm here in D.C. So fun! The bestest ice cream ever! Our girls loved loved it! YUMMY! YUMMY! Thank you!!!!

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