Best Winter Dishes
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A Snowy Treat
Making snow ice cream is one of the yummiest ways to while away a snow day.
A while back, our associate publisher, Logan Aguirre, shared a recipe for snow ice cream on the blog at 417mag.com. (That’s her daughter, Lucy, gobbling it up.) It was a hit among readers, so we thought it would be fun to share the snow ice cream love one more time, with variations, for the next time there’s a fresh blanket of snow on your lawn.
Basic Snow Ice Cream Recipe
1 gallon snow
14 ounces Eagle Brand
Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
Directions: Mix together, and enjoy!
1. Drizzle with maple syrup.
2. Whip out the rainbow sprinkles, and pour ‘em on.
3. Add chocolate chips before you mix.
4. Use rum instead of vanilla—if you’re a grown-up, of course.
5. Drop a scoop of prepared snow ice cream into some soda for a from-the-yard float.
Three Crazy-Good Cobblers and Pies
These three drool-worthy desserts will help fill your belly with warm happiness.
1. Gooseberry Cobbler
$4.99 per serving at Smith’s Restaurant, 1340 Hwy. U, Bolivar, 417-777-6484, smithsrestaurant.com
A sweet and rich combination of sugar, butter and gooseberries blanketed with a flaky pie crust and sprinkled with more sugar
2. Sawdust Pie
$2.50 per slice or $12 per whole pie at Cooky’s Café, 529 Main St., Golden City, 417-537-4741
Thin and flaky pie crust loaded nice and high with a delectable combination of sugar, crunchy pecans, sweet coconut and crumbled graham crackers
3. Raisin Pie
$2.29 per slice or $8.59 per pie at Rosie Jo’s Café, 915 W. Jackson St., Ozark, 417-581-6057
A double-crusted pie made with two layers of flaky homemade pie crust (one on top, one on bottom), plump raisins, flour, sugar, cinnamon and a hint of lemon
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