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Would You Try 'Snow Cream,' an Alternative to Ice Cream?

Try this easy snow cream recipe and truly embrace winter. Photo/Getty Creative
Try this easy snow cream recipe and truly embrace winter. Photo/Getty Creative
Forget catching snowflakes on your tongue — this winter snow gets the foodie treatment.

Now, if you live in one of the states that hasn't had a brutal winter this year, regular ice cream will just have to do. — but share this recipe with friends and family in colder states to brighten their dreary winter! 

And if you are still getting fresh snow, send the kids outside to make snow cream. Because really, embracing the snow is your only option.

Check out the slideshow above for an easy way to make snow cream the whole family will enjoy.

TELL US: What's the best place in town for ice cream?

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This article is part of Mix It Up, an editorial series created in collaboration with AOL's Kitchen Daily and Huffington Post. It is dedicated to making the lives of mothers easier through articles, videos and slideshows focused on simple and creative solutions to everyday challenges. From healthy recipes to exciting ideas for a more balanced lifestyle, this section aims to become a resource for moms everywhere. 

Karen Monson February 27, 2014 at 11:22 AM
No thanks, eating stuff off the ground is never a good idea. Catching it on your tongue or hand is good enough. Bird droppings, animal urine and feces, not to mention the stuff people do. I think I'll pass.

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