Orange Creamsicle Snow-Cone
Updated: Jun 3, 2021
Welcome to my new snow-cone blog. I just qualified myself as a snow-cone expert when I invented the lavender cone. I don't have a lot of flavors, but I'll try to invent new stuff. Especially once summer rolls around. Anyway, I don't use a professional snow-cone machine, so families who want to make snow cones can make snow-cones with a much smaller machine. This is the snow-cone maker I use. It can make about 15 snow-cones until it starts heating up. You can also just put ice from your freezer in it and it works like a charm. Let's get started:
What You'll Need:
- A pot
- A stirring stick
- A strainer or colander
- A container for the syrup
- 3 oranges
- Raw Sugar
Step 1 - Put 2 cups of water and 2 cups of sugar in a pot and put the burner on medium.
Step 2 - Stir until combined
Step 3 - Peel 3 oranges and put them in the pot.
Step 4 - Bring to a boil, then turn the burner to low and put a lid on the pot.
Step 5 - Simmer for 15 minutes.
Step 6 - Let it sit for at least 1 hour.
Step 7 - Keep in refrigerator and enjoy.
Orange Creme Cone:
- Orange Syrup
- Unsweetened Coconut Milk (or other milk)
Step 1 - Put the ice in the chamber and shave the ice.
Step 2 - When it's halfway full, lightly pour the coconut milk. (or alternative)
Step 3 - When it's full, pour some more coconut milk in. (or alternative)
Step 4 - Pour the orange syrup in.
Step 5 - Enjoy! (the most important step)