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Taiwanese Shaved Ice

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It's hot out: 6 top spots for Taiwanese shaved ice Some call it snow cream, fluff ice, milk fluff or milk snow. In Taiwanese, it's xue hua bing, which literally translates to "snow flower" (a.k.a. snowflake) ice. Whatever you call it, you will rejoice at the cool surprise of Taiwanese shaved ice, especially on a scorching Southern California...


Snow ice is a cold, creamy Taiwanese dessert, also known as shaved snow or xue hua bing. It’s a cross between ice cream and traditional shaved ice desserts. Snow ice isn't heavy like ice cream, it features soft ribbons of flavored ice then topped with various coconut jelly, sweet beans, and other dessert toppings sold on


Vegan Taiwanese Shaved Ice Ingredients For the coconut condensed milk: 1 can full-fat coconut milk 2 tablespoons brown sugar (more to taste)* ½ teaspoon vanilla pinch of sea salt For serving: Ice Chopped fruit (of your choice)


Invented in Taiwan's night markets a few years back, Snowflake Ice has become quite popular all over the world. It may look funny, but it is freakin' delicious. The texture is a mix between shave ice and ice cream. It may also be called, "Snow", "Taiwanese Shave Ice", etc.