Create a delicous snow cream from strawberry powder or any dehydrated fruit powder of your choosing. Makes a great snow day activity to do with your kids using those dehydrated foods from your kitchen.
Keyword: dehydrated foods, desserts from dehydrated food, fruit powder, ice cream, Strawberry
Mix strawberry powder into the milk before you get started. It does not dissolve (if you want something that dissolves a little better, though not fully, use freeze-dried strawberries and powder them)
Scoop the snow into a mixing bowl.
Mix in the rest of the ingredients.
Stir until fully incorporated. You'll find that it gets crumbly at first, but keep mixing. As the snow begins to melt a little, it quickly incorporates together and becomes creamy. If you find it is too liquidy, add a little more snow.
Freeze any excess. Allow to sit for a few moments and mix again to get the creamy texture you desire.
Replacements for Milk: 1 Cup Half and half (or do 50/50 with milk)7 oz Sweetened Condensed Milk (recipe can easily be doubled to use the whole can)I've never tried this with any soy or almond milk. Give it a try! They are a bit more watery than whole milk, so use a little less to keep the consistency creamy.Additional Flavors:Use ½ teaspoon vanillaUse any dehydrated fruit powder of your choosing