|Milk and Cheese (Good for Me)|
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Beat 2 eggs ... Add 2 cups milk or cream, 1 1/2 ... enough fresh, clean snow to create the ... slush. Serve this yummy treat in a dish or ice cream cone.
Stir all ingredients ... to use. Scoop up your fresh, clean snow into a bowl and add the cream mixture to the desired consistency. Ready to eat! Yum! :)
Add ingredients to bowl. Mix with spatula. When thoroughly combined, serve and enjoy.
Mix egg, sugar, vanilla and milk; pour over snow. Stir quickly, ... more sugar and vanilla, if needed. Chocolate syrup can also be added or top with fruit.
Mix egg, sugar, vanilla and milk and pour over snow. Stir quickly, before the snow melts. Taste and add more sugar and vanilla, if needed.
Mix the pudding and sugar with milk and vanilla. Stir in the snow.
Mix ingredients in top of double boiler. Cook over boiling water until eggs are cooked and it thickens. Cool. Mix with fresh snow.
Combine cocoa, sugar, ... saucepan. Gradually blend milk into dry ingredients, ... onto pie filling. Cool; chill 3 to 4 hours. Garnish with whipped cream.
Add enough snow to well mixed ... Amount of snow needed depends on how "wet" the snow is. Dry, fluffy snow makes the best ice cream. Don't use yellow snow!
Combine cocoa, sugar, ... saucepan. Gradually blend milk into dry ingredients, ... onto pie filling. Cool. Chill 3 to 4 hours. Garnish with whipped cream.
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