Chocolate Snow Ice Cream

Easy 3 ingredient chocolate snow ice cream recipe!

For the first 20 years of my life, I was all about vanilla. I’m not sure what flipped the switch, but I’m a chocolate lover through and through. I’m an avid hot cocoa drinker, especially on days like today where it’s 10 below. But, no matter the weather, I can always enjoy ice cream. Growing up, snow ice cream was a treat after a long day of sledding. I still enjoy it today! I love how light and fluffy it is. It feels a little less guilty and brings out the child in me.

chocolate snow ice cream

When getting ready to make hot cocoa this morning, I had an idea. What if I made a chocolate or hot cocoa ice cream. Thank heavens I did, because now I can’t imagine eating vanilla again. A frozen hot chocolate, chocolate snow ice cream, whatever you want to call it, it’s nothing short of amazing.

It’s chocolate. Of course it’s great plain, but the girls like their hot cocoa traditional – with marshmallows!

 

While I prefer my ice cream like I enjoy my hot cocoa – salted caramel hot chocolate, in ice cream form. I just added a little salted caramel sauce.

salted caramel chocolate snow ice cream

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3 smiling faces can’t be wrong. And yes, we had ice cream in our pajamas for breakfast. It’s been a long week! Bring on more snow dessert!

Chocolate Snow Ice Cream
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 2 c clean snow
  • 1 packet of cocoa mix
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • ¼ - ½ c milk {the heavier the better, in my opinion, but any will work!}
Instructions
  1. Get your cocoa mix & vanilla ready.
  2. Bring in clean snow, measure 2 cups and place into mixer or metal bowl to keep it cold.
  3. Add cocoa mix and vanilla and mix.
  4. Add milk ⅛ c at a time until desired consistency {your snow will determine this}, mix on low or by hand & serve immediately or freeze.
Here’s the easy to pin image:

3 ingredient easy chocolate snow ice cream recipe

You’ll also love my strawberry snow ice cream recipe! For more creative ideas, follow me on Bloglovin and Facebook, pin with me on Pinterest and go behind the scenes on Instagram.

snow ice cream picture

 

Coordinately yours,

Julie

Julie Blanner is the voice behind the stylish lifestyle blog filled with do-it-yourself inspiration for effortless entertaining, home design and thoughtful gift-giving.


14 Comments

  • Reply January 6, 2014

    Liz Stevens

    This is genius. I’ve got to make this while the snow is still fresh!

    • Reply January 6, 2014

      Julie

      Don’t judge Liz, but we’re on round 2!

  • Reply January 7, 2014

    Dina

    that’s cool!

  • Reply February 27, 2014

    Pop Chef

    Nice post. Ice cream seems the ultimate all ages favorite dessert. Thanks for the post.

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  • Reply January 24, 2015

    Samantha Fiedler

    i realy like snow ice cream hopefuly this is good

    • Reply January 25, 2015

      Julie

      It’s amazing, you’ll love it!

  • Reply January 24, 2015

    Samantha Fiedler

    very nice i hope it taste good i love making stuff so this well be nice thanks
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  • Reply January 24, 2015

    Samantha Fiedler

    very nice hopefuly this is great

  • Reply February 20, 2015

    Rose

    I was looking around for an easy, fun, and tasty recipe for snow ice-cream to make with my preschool students. I came upon yours. When I told my students we were going to make Hot Chocolate snow ice-cream you should of heard the excitement. The older preschoolers started to question how we were going to put hot chocolate on snow and not get runny snow, lol. We doubled the ingredients. So we could all have some. They took turns pouring in a little milk and other items at a time. Your recipe wasn’t only simple, but it very yummy as well. The kiddos
    Loved it and we didn’t get chocolate runny snow:) you get an At.
    Thanks!

    • Reply February 20, 2015

      Julie

      Thank you SO much for sharing, Rose! I’m glad they enjoyed it as much as my kiddos. Hearing how much fun they had & pride they took in making it brings me a lot of joy! Have a great weekend!

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