(The winking snowman)
Actually I am a fan of nature, the changing of seasons, and the beauty that each bring. Spring sprouts up new life with budding trees and flowers. Summer brings working in the garden to help yummy fruit and vegetable plants grow into food. Fall produces a harvest of our labor as we can and freeze food from the garden. And although Winter offers a more restful time, it also offers great opportunities for outdoor fun.
(I think Amelia (alpaca in background) wanted to help build this snowman)
As a little girl, I remember sledding, skating, creating snow people, constructing snow forts, and...snow ice cream! And now, my youngest daughter loves to make snow ice cream!
It is easy to make with a few ingredients that you most likely already have. She usually brings in a bowl full of snow, so I don't normally measure things. So, use this "recipe" as a guideline, tweaking it to your taste. You can't go wrong - it's snow ice cream (smile).
4 cups of clean snow
1 cup milk
2 to 3 teaspoons of sugar
splash of vanilla
Stir all together and enjoy immediately, because it will melt quickly ;-)
Doesn't it just sound glorious? Snow ice cream!