Sunday, March 24, 2013

Maple Snow, or as I call it.... a REAL snow cone

Craftiments:  Maple Snow

On Friday night, Miss Juju and I had a mommy-daughter date.  We ate at a nice restaurant, then went to Disney on Ice with her Girl Scout troop.  As soon as we walked into the arena, Juju raced to a table displaying rows and rows of rainbow snow cones.  I groaned as I imagined the smorgasbord of artificial flavors and colors, and the stains on her shirt from the inevitable drips.  Thinking quickly I said, "It's supposed to snow on Sunday.  I will make a REAL snow cone for you and it will taste a hundred times better than these!"

It couldn't be any easier to make Maple Snow.  Collect a bowl of fresh snow.

bowl of snow


Make a snowball.

Making snowballs.


Drizzle with maple syrup.

Drizzling with maple syrup.
Craftiments:  Maple Snow


Yum!

eating maple snow



3 comments :

  1. YUM!! I miss living where it snows. We hardly ever snow in the south. It looks like they enjoyed it very much. :) Stopping by and following on bloglovin' and G+ from Let's Get Social! Have a great week.

    Kathy
    www.lifeonlakeshoredrive.com

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  2. Ever since reading about this treat I believe in Little House On The Prairie I've been wanting to try it myself, no luck yet! Thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

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  3. What a great idea! I want a sugar maple tree so we can make our own syrup really bad after learning about them during our lessons on plants. MMMMMM, with real snow.


    Mae

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