Vanilla Snow Ice Cream
Do the kids want ice cream and you don’t have any? Make this delicious Vanilla Ice Cream out of snow! You only need three ingredients to add to your snow to make this fun recipe. You can drizzle chocolate syrup on top too!
To see my step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.
Categories: Desserts, Ice Cream, Snacks/Appetizers
We used to make this, and it is always fun and enjoyable.
My grandkids thought I was crazy the first time we made it. Lol
Another reason to look forward to a snow day!
When my boys were little we would have winter picnics… outside or inside. If tooooo cold we brought the snow in and had a picnic on the family room floor. If it was warm enough… we built a fort and then had a picnic. These sundaes were always part of our winter fun! Thanks for the sweet memories!
Awwwwww what a good mom and brave too! Lol
Brings back great memories! MDad Ed to make this for us💜
So happy to hear that Jonetta! I’m hoping my grandkids will always remember it as well.
I remember this recipe from last year … but we still don’t have snow! I will have to come and visit you to try this delicious ice-cream 😄.
I’ll be waiting!
I remember this from last year. Thank you for reposting. We have 16 inches of snow for you to come make ice cream with over here! 😆
OH MY GOODNESS!!!!! You will be able to open your own snow ice cream parlor! Lol Also, my granddaughter has graduated from Hot Cheetos to the very hot Takis! She downs them like chips!
I love the Hot Takis. They are delicious. The spicy lime one is the best.
You crack me up!
I like the hot cheetos in the original post – very creative (though I think you have to be a kid to fully appreciate those flavors combined!)
She has since graduated to Takis which are even hotter. The girl is 10 years old and has a stomach made of steel! Lol
Wow looks so good.
Thanks! It really does taste like ice cream. The only difference is it melts faster which didn’t bother the grandkids. I put the leftovers in the freezer and enjoyed the rest when the grandkids went home. Lol
Promise I won’t mention yellow snow, But if I did, would that then be French vanilla? L O L!!
Or a new lemon flavor! Lol
Well, that sure looks clever and fun, Diane! Dang! You’re a fun grandma! But I’m with you on the cheetoes
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Thank you Mitzy! Those Cheetos made the ice cream look so disgusting!
I love the thought of making ice cream from clean snow! Your recipe sounds great, Diane. We had snow here not long ago, but it’s melted now. I hope we get some more just long enough for me to make your ice cream.
Thank you Linda I hope you do too!
I really appreciate you mentioning my blog and I am so glad you are enjoying some of my recipes. ❤️
Hmm – in the backyard, the possum might have visited again, or a squirrel and in the front yard, the Doberman uses the bush in my front yard on a regular basis, something I never knew until I saw yellow snow. How do you segregate the clean snow from the rest of the snow since you live in a rural area. I’d say “asking for a friend” but I’ll admit I’ve always been a germaphobe. 🙂
The snow drifts like crazy with farm fields all around us. I have the grandkids scrape off the top layer of the new drift and scoop up snow from the middle.
I wondered how you did it – thank you for the explanation. I think that is very cool to make ice cream that way!
Fun! Hard to do in FL!
Haha so true!