What could be more fun and childlike than making snow-cones?
But when was the last time you actually had a REAL snow-cone? I mean, the kind made with real snow, not crushed ice!
Well, I’m here today to encourage you to go back to your childhood roots and have some fun with the kids too…
Today, I’m showing you how to make a Maple Syrup Snow-cone, and a Cranberry Cordial Snow-cone too…
Type: Dessert Recipe
Prep Time: 5 mins
Yield: as many as desired
The ingredients & instructions are listed below the video for measurements & directions. Please enjoy the video below.
- fresh, clean snow – ~4 cups
- syrups – try out maple syrup or my recipe for Cranberry Cordial
- Collect some freshly fallen, clean snow – maybe 4 cups worth or so.
- Into your snow-cone dish or cup, you will add snow and mound it to a peak over top of the upper rim of the dish. I like to use parfait glasses.
- Generously pour on flavored syrup. * Tip: Gently use a spoon to move around syrup if necessary or you are impatient.
Idea: Serve Cranberry Cordial Snow-cone topped with a Sugared Cranberry, if desired.
I hope you enjoy this How-to-Cook Video on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
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