So when you are on snow day #2!!!! and your windows look like this…..
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO but make Snow Ice Cream??!?!!? Well, perhaps you remember LAST years adventures in Snow Ice Cream Making……. This year we took a simpler route. My sister-in-law told me about this and it took EVERYTHING in me NOT to make it at 9:30 last night. I was tough. I waiting till after breakfast this morning. (Kids could help eat and make then!!) We all so very much enjoyed it.
The best part it is is that you probably have ALL the ingredients in your house!! Just wait for a fresh snow fall and WAALLLAAAA Snow Ice Cream!!! Enjoy!!!! (We sure did! Kids (& I) voted this batch EVEN better than last years!!!!)
Grab the recipe here!! (And let me know if you try it!!!)
I am a snacker. My kids are snackers. Sometimes it is a challenge to come up with new and unique snacks ~ something fun, you know? I saw this recipe from Chef in Training and I knew I must try it! I mean, batter (and dough) is like my favorite thing. I tell myself NOT TO EAT it, there are eggs in it. Don’t do it. Don’t. But I ALWAYS do. I cannot help it. So, something that is called “Brownie Batter” seemed like a good choice for me them to snack on.
It was really good, tho not really brownie batterish, more like brownie puddingish. Anywho, we dipped graham crackers in and we all enjoyed it! It stays good in the fridge for 3-4 days too!!! Happy Snacking!!!
Brownie Batter Dip
18. 4 oz. box of brownie mix, dry
2 c. PLAIN yogurt (low-fat or fat-free)
8 oz. low-fat cool whip, thawed
mini chocolate chips, for top, opt.
Mix brownie mix and yogurt, fold in thawed Cool Whip. Top with chocolate chips and use graham crackers as dippers! ENJOY!!!
Recipe adapted from Chef in Training.