With the impending east coast snowstorm headed toward Rhode Island tomorrow, Jan 11, 2011, it’s no surprise “Snow Ice Cream Recipes” are trending on Google and Twitter today.
The Providence Journal snow candy recipe, and Food Network chef Paula Deen’s Snow Ice Cream Recipes are getting some attention today as kids in the southeast states of Georgia, North Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, and Mississippi, woke up to fresh snow covering the ground.
Locally in the Providence, Rhode Island area, as the northeast snowstorm story advances, make sure to check the Providence Headlines Examiner’s column, and the National Weather Service for regular winter snowstorm updates. See the article Northeast snowstorm: 7 to 12 inches east coast snowfall totals possible in RI for more details.
How To Make Snow Ice Cream
So, what do you do when life gives you snow? Make Snow Ice Cream and snow cones! There are variations of the favorite winter dessert, some using fresh fallen snow (clean snow of course!), others using shaved ice, and still others making Snow Ice Cream recipes with vanilla ice cream and sweetened condensed milk.
Check out the winter snow recipes at the links below for some extra winter snowstorm fun!
<<<—- Living on a Dime.com – Make sure to watch the YouTube video to the left as Tawra Kellam makes Snow Ice Cream using half and half, sugar and vanilla with fresh fallen snow.
Paula Deen’s Snow Ice Cream Recipe – Just 3 ingredients, and that INCLUDES the snow! Extra easy winter recipe for kids.
Providence Journal’s Snow Candy Recipe – This snow recipe is a little more time consuming and involves boiling maple syrup and butter to a soft ball stage and pouring it over ice cream or snow. This recipe requires adult supervision.
Disney’s Family Fun Snow Ice Cream Recipe – Another easy winter snow recipe from the folks at Disney. This one is so easy, the kids can do it themselves.
Sources: Food Network; Providence Journal; Living on a Dime
Photo: CHARLOTTE, NC – JANUARY 10: Mamie Grace Engler takes a ride through a fresh snowfall January 10, 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Initial predictions were for 3-5 inches of snow in the area, but the National Weather Service upped the expected total to around 8 inches. Dozens of accidents have been reported and all Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools were closed for the day. (Photo by Davis Turner/Getty Images)