Amaretto Caramel Snow Ice Cream Recipe, a fun and easy way to learn how to make ice cream! Easy treat for the adults or skip the alcohol for the kids.
Amaretto Caramel Snow Ice Cream recipe, how to make snow ice cream with amaretto and caramel! Our yard is covered in snow. So much snow that I can’t even estimate how much snow we have. And thanks to Mother Nature more is on the way this week. The nice thing about all this snow (and I should say the ONLY nice thing) is that I can open my back door and scoop up some snow without even having to put shoes on and going outside. And what better thing to do with snow than another batch of snow ice cream!!! If you missed the first batch, check out the Chocolate Peppermint Snow Ice Cream.More snow ice cream recipes you may enjoy:
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Snow Ice Cream
- Cake Batter Snow Ice Cream
- Chocolate Peppermint Snow Ice Cream
This batch used up some miscellaneous things I had around including caramel and white chocolate chips. Although, any kind of chocolate chips would probably work as would any kind of liqueur.
I just happened to have some Amaretto. Or omit the alcohol all together. If you are one of those select few who do not currently have any snow, give this a try with finely shaved ice.
Hope you enjoy!
Amaretto Caramel Snow Ice Cream
- Place chocolate chips, caramel, milk, and salt in medium microwave safe bowl. Microwave on half power in 30 second intervals, stirring after each interval, until smooth. Cool completely.
- Pour mixture over snow in a large mixing bowl and carefully stir to combine.
- Eat immediately or place in container and freeze.
(Nutrition data is provided when available for informational purposes only and calculated using an online nutritional calculator. For the most accurate information please calculate based on specific ingredients and brands you use as well as any changes you made to the recipe. I am not a certified nutritionist or registered dietician and any nutritional information provided should only be used as a general guideline and estimate.)