On a morning with a surplus of fresh snow, it just made sense to make some snow ice cream. My wife suggested we do something different, maybe pineapple ice, and my first thought was, with coconut milk, of course.

Pouring the pineapple juice into the snow, I immediately thought of Frank Zappa.

So, with his immortal inspiration, I present my recipe for The (Not-)Deadly(-at-All) Yellow Snow:

1 can of condensed coconut milk
Pineapple juice
A bit of vanilla
Some agave nectar to sweeten it a bit (you could probably use maple syrup, sugar, or whatever here, or nothing at all if you like it tart)

Mix it all up in a bowl, sucka.

(I'm just making this up as I go, so I don't yet have the measurements completely figured out, except that I used one can of coconut milk and molded the ingredients from there.)

It ends up looking pretty much like regular snow ice cream, so make sure to enjoy the yellow snow aspect, preferably while listening to Apostrophe in its entirety with children who get the humor, while making it.



AuthorJohn Proctor