Snow cream, a tasty frozen beverage

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by buckshot500, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. buckshot500

    buckshot500 Hoonigan Jeeper

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    I feel like the rest of the world should know about a little Southern secret.

    After a new fallen snow, you get a large cooking pot (6-8 cups) and fill it with clean snow.

    Then add 2 cups of milk
    1/3 cup of sugar
    2 teaspoons vanilla extract

    Stir and enjoy. Kids like it too by the way.

    This is perfect way to cool down after you break a sweat from shoveling your car out, and the walkway.:D

    EDIT; You are not supposed to make this with the first snow of the season. It's bad luck and you are eating all the pollution from the atmosphere.

    Pollution is probably just as bad after any snowfall really.
     
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2014
  2. GunGuy

    GunGuy Active Member

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    This post seals the deal, you are a true redneck. Some people like to act like a redneck but only a true redneck would know this secret recipe. My kids thought I was nuts the first time I made it for them.
     

  3. AngelicScars

    AngelicScars MILF of the board

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    This is no secret, it's all over the internet! Haha!

    It grosses me out to think about eating snow, so we don't make this.
     
  4. GunGuy

    GunGuy Active Member

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    It was our secret before this stinking internet thing came about.
     
  5. jnmbhj

    jnmbhj Slingshots FTW

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    Oh wow its seems so easy to make. I have about 16 inches of snow everywhere.
     
  6. Sidewalkhunter

    Sidewalkhunter Hoden

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    beware of the yellow snow! ;-P
     
  7. buckshot500

    buckshot500 Hoonigan Jeeper

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    THIS!
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxAceec8DxI[/ame]
     
  8. zurk021414

    zurk021414 New Member

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    I make this every winter. Just a hint...easier to add non snow ingredients, then add snow until you get it to the consistancy you like. I make mine nowadays with Stevia substituted for the sugar.