I Scream, You Scream for Snow Cream
And here it is, the highlight of the Cub Foods VIP blogger event* Liz from The Kitchen Pantry Scientist and I attended yesterday: just as they introduced their nutrition IQ tagging system, my one-year-old took a swig of my coffee.
I figured she needed a caffeine jolt as much as I did, as we were both up all night. But then she spilled my coffee, and I tried discreetly to wipe it up using my jeans. My beloved Joe’s Jeans. By crawling through it.
“We can get that for you,” one of their employees said, and I was like, “Really? You would do that for me?” Because most days I’m like a sponge; my clothes absorb my kids’ spills. But he offered, and suddenly, as I rose up from my knees, I felt like a VIP. I could make it through an event without wiping her mess on my clothes! I could leave clean! Sad, huh? (That’s what kids do to you for those of you wondering what’s wrong with me. Unless you carry tissues.)
We received a great swag bag that had Cub’s 100% Cherry juice in it. When I got home, our boys dug up some snow from our front yard, while I stirred a sweet cream stove top using Cub’s fruit juice. We made our cream with honey for its health benefits rather than sugar.
Snow Cream, for my VIP’s:
- 3/4 cup honey
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 cup Cub 100% juice or other natural juice
Bring to a boil, stirring frequently. Chill before pouring to taste over snow.
*FTC disclosure: I received free products.
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