We’ve had snow across the country this winter, even here in drought-stricken California. It’s the perfect time for the snow bunnies among us to try some snow ice cream if you’ve never had it (or have it again for the very first time).
There are a lot of variations of snow ice cream, many including sweetened condensed milk. I don’t care for canned milk (or sweetened canned milk) and tend to go in the cream direction. Alastair uses a simple approach here with fruit syrups and cream. The snow here this season has been particularly light and fluffy — a premium texture for this project. But really, it’s an excuse to eat cream and fruit syrup. Any texture whatsoever will work. 😉
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