Snow Cones, Shaved Ice or Sno Balls… whatever you call them… are the quintessential summer treat in my part of the world! When I saw the recipe for Jello Shaved Ice that Annette from Tips from a Typical Mom shared at the party last week I knew I HAD to make it.
Since my favorite snow cone flavor is Dreamsicle I decided to make mine with orange Jello and Cream Soda. I added Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream in the middle with some whipped cream and sprinkles on top! This is the best way to eat a snow cone if you have never tried it… it’s amazing! The ice cream mixes with the shaved ice flavors and it’s just perfect!
Think of all the yummy flavors you can come up with! So good!
- 1 cup boiling water
- 2 cups Cream Soda
- 1 box Orange Jello (four serving size)
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Whipped Cream
- In a 8×8 or 8×11 baking dish (or similar sized baking dish or pan) combine the boiling water and jello until the jello dissolves. Stir in soda and freeze for 4 hours or more until frozen solid. Dish out with an ice cream scoop or other spoon. Serve immediately.
- Optional: Serve over ice cream and top with whipped cream and sprinkles!
Check out Annette’s recipe for Jello Shaved Ice too! So yummy!
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