Maple Snow (Canada)
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Maple Snow (Canada)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:56:26 AM. Recipe ID 18645. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Maple snow (canada)
 Categories: Kids, Snacks, Canadian
      Yield: 4 Children
      1 c  Of clean snow;
      1    Tray of ice cubes;
    1/2 c  Maple syrup;

           Pan or bowl
           Measuring cup
           4 small paper cups
  How to Make:  Fill a pan with snow.  Be sure it is clean.  Have all
  your ingredients ready before you bring in the snow, so it doesn't
  have time to melt. If there isn't any snow, make crushed ice.  An
  easy way to do this is wrap a few cubes of ice at time in a kitchen
  towel and pound them with a heavy object, such as a rolling pin.  Put
  the crushed in a bowl. Continue until all the cubes are crushed. Heat
  the maple syrup in the saucepan over low heat for about two minutes
  until it is warm. Remove it from the heat. Fill each paper cup with
  enough snow or ice to make a rounded top. Drop a tablespoon or more
  of maple syrup on top of the snow or ice. Note: You can use either
  pure maple syrup or maple-flavored syrup for this recipe.
  STORY: In the center of Canada's flag is a red maple leaf-a symbol of
  Canada's many maple trees.  No wonder everyone likes to turn out in
  the early spring to help collect the sweet liquid from the sugar
  maples. The snow is still on the ground.  The sap is gathered and
  boiled down into maple syrup.  As a special treat, the hot syrup is
  poured over fresh snow. With cider and doughnuts, cups of sweet Maple
  Snow make festive refreshments at a sugaring-off party.

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Recipe ID 18645 (Apr 03, 2005)

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