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Trey's Snow Cream Recipe

Possibly the EARLIEST this has EVER been posted!

Here’s what you need:

Large bowl to collect snow in

Slotted spatula

Large Mixing Bowl

Can of Pet Milk

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 cup sugar

Go out into the snow with your collecting bowl and slotted spatula.  Find you some snow that has not been bothered and, using your slotted spatula, scoop up snow — being careful not to get so deep that you collect grass, leaves and dirt from the bottom.

Note:  If it has been a day or so since it snowed, sometimes thawing and refreezing will cause ice to form on top of the snow.  If that happens, use your spatula to scrape off a thin layer of snow off the top before you start collecting snow.  Same if some sleet has fallen on top of the fallen snow — scrape the sleet off.  You don’t want ice in your collected snow if you can help it.

Mix the Pet Milk, Sugar and Vanilla Together in your mixing bowl.  Make sure the sugar is dissolved.

Begin adding snow and, as you do, mix it.  Add and mix.  Add and mix.  Continue adding until you get the snow cream to the desired thickness.

Pour into cups or bowls, eat and enjoy.

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