Snow Cream – Ice Cream Made With REAL Snow!

It’s that time of the year where snow gently cascades down from the sky, riding the breeze…

Or tumbling down in buckets, whipping your face with frozen water.

Snow, am I right?


Since there’s so much of it, there must be a way to make some use of it rather than curse it out as you’re shoveling. Positivity, people!

On that note.. To the Recipe!

P.S – I suggest using fresh, clean snow, but that’s up to you…

P.P.S – Per usual, there will be a printable PDF at the end. 😀

Makes: Around 10 scoops

Prepared In: Five Minutes


Ingredients –

  • 4 cups of fresh snow
  • 1 to 1/2 of a Vanilla Creamer (or condensed milk, or heavy cream. Whatever you like and/or have on hand.)
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla syrup
  • Honey (optional – to taste)

You’ll Need –

  • Spatula
  • Bowl

*Note: Honestly, when I first made this recipe I did everything by eye. This is a somewhat loose recipe to follow – you can always add more or less depending on your tastes.


  1. If you know that it’s going to snow, set a bowl outside to collect it. (So hard, I know.)
  2. Once you’ve collected enough snow, bring it inside. Make sure to work quickly so it doesn’t melt on you. (I say from experience…)
  3. Add your cream first and mix it together with a spatula. Then add your vanilla. Mix. IMG-2146 (1)
  4. Scoop into bowls and eat. It’s that easy!
  5. Enjoy. ❤

F I N I S H E D  P R O D U C T

Snow Cream Recipe – Ice Cream Made With REAL Snow by Smarts and Sparkles PRINTABLE PDF

Get ready for a “To Be Read List of 2018!” Be. Excited.

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Until next time!


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