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Yummy 5-Ingredient Snow Ice Cream

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5-Ingredient Snow Ice Cream

This Snow Ice Cream is insanely easy to make (in under 5 minutes!) and is SO much yummier than I thought it would be! We finally got a good amount of snow in Utah last weekend, so it was the perfect time to try it out. With just 5 ingredients that you probably already have on hand, this sweet treat is a fun way to enjoy the snow. ❄️

5 Ingredient Snow Ice Cream

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/4-1/3 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract (or 1/4 tsp almond extract)
  • Dash of salt
  • Approx. 8 cups clean snow (or shaved ice)
Directions:
  1. Chill your large mixing bowl in the freezer for about 10 minutes.
  2. Whisk together milk, sugar, vanilla, and salt.
  3. Collect snow in your chilled mixing bowl.
  4. Pour milk mixture over snow and mix thoroughly with a fork.

5 Ingredient Snow Ice Cream

So easy, right?? This fun concoction melts quickly, so dish it up fast, throw on some sprinkles, and devour it! YUM!

5 ingredient Snow Ice Cream

Adapted from Gimme Some Oven.


Written by Danielle for Hip2Save. Danielle is a proud mom to 5 amazing kids in Utah, who lives for coffee and baking. She’s dedicated to balancing her own interests and passions, while encouraging her children to follow their own paths in life.

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Comments 19

  1. Heather C

    Awesome post- when you figure out how to make “rain” ice cream let us know. 😉We are finally getting some here in California!

  2. Ellen

    Awwww…this brings back some nice childhood memories. I’m tearing up. My mom would make this minus the milk. We enjoyed it as kids so much, it was a simpler life!

  3. Amanda

    Love! We did this last winter and the kids loved it. Unfortunately we really haven’t got any snow this winter in Pa. 😕😒

  4. sammy

    I never done this before but is it considered sanitary/safe to use the snow from outside?

    • Michelle

      Just don’t use yellow snow and you’ll be fine 😂

    • couponer

      The snow on the top is best to use. Will be the cleanest. No more unsafe than drinking rain water. I trust it more than “city” water. We made it with snow and sweetened condensed milk only.

    • Laura

      I’ve always heard you shouldn’t eat snow because as it falls it picks up dirt in the sky so it really is dirty.

      • Melissa

        Then it shouldn’t be any unhealthier than breathing outside.

  5. BN Smith

    I keep meaning to do this! So far this is the most snow of my kids lives, we’ve got 4 feet in our yard here on this side of Idaho! It’s a mess and causing all sorts of horrible events, so might as well find something fun about it!

  6. NJD

    I live in the southeast and snow for us is usually a dusting to a couple of inches once ( ok, maybe twice) a winter. I sit a large 2 gallon bowl out on the deck to collect snow as it falls to make snow cream. My family loves it. ❄️

  7. keesh

    I love snow ice cream it brings back so many memories of when I was a kid .

  8. Maggie

    We make it with sweetened condensed milk (Eagle Brand) and vanilla. I live in NC & anytime snow is even mentioned, everyone runs to the store and buys milk and bread and eggs…I always add a can of Eagle brand condensed milk to my list of things to have if I am stuck in the house for a day or two.

  9. Angela V.

    Thanks for sharing! My grandpa used to make this when I was little…sweet memories.

  10. Pam O'Dell

    I mix snow with a can of sweetened condensed milk and vanilla. Soooo good!

  11. Stephanie

    My kids will love this! Thanks for sharing 😀

  12. RZ

    Oh, great…more stuff we can’t have in Texas.

  13. LeAnne

    Mayfield brand ice cream makes a Snowcream flavor that is very very close to this!!

  14. Heather

    We’ve been doing slushies (snow and koolaid) my son loves them and can’t beat the price their even better than Sonic’s

  15. hahn

    Snow???? Well you all must not be in good ol Kansas! :/ I’ve been praying for a snow day and all we got was an ice day.. my daughter is so disappointed.. can you imagine that she just wants to build a a snowman!?!?! Haha

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