Eat an 1800s treat! Collect fresh, clean snow (snow clinging to pine trees adds some flavor) and pack it into a pail or bowl. Leave it outside while you boil one or more cups of pure maple syrup for six or seven minutes, stirring often. (To make it thicker, add a quarter cup of butter per cup of maple syrup.) Pour the syrup over the snow and eat up – the perfect winter treat.
How to make yummy Snow Cream --- this was awesome! We made chocolate and everyone loved it so much! Then we made vanilla, and they loved that too. I liked both flavors as well. I mixed sugar, vanilla, and milk together, then just added (clean) snow until I felt the consistency was good. We will definitely do this again. It was so quick and easy!
Cocktail recipe: Sweetest Death (a nod to sugar skulls) 2 oz lemon-flavored vodka 2 drops orange-flavored bitters Very healthy splash of blackberry juice Club soda Blackberries Rim short bar glass with Dell Cove Spice Co.'s Midnight Black cocktail rim sugar. Fill with ice. In cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine vodka, blackberry juice and bitters. Shake vigorously, and then strain into rimmed glass. Top with club soda and garnish with berries. Rim sugar listing by clicking on the photo!
Lion House Pioneer Taffy! ***Kid Friendly Recipe***
Really delicious peach crumble- no sugar, no added fat!
S'mores on a Stick - super cute idea. I love s'mores more than any other adult I know. :-)