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Pear Cardamom Snow-Cone

Updated: Jun 3, 2021

The Pear Cardamom Cone is a great snow-cone for fall and winter. It has a very distinct flavor that is hard to forget. It may bring back memories of homemade applesauce, or it may just be be a delightful, scrumptious treat to eat... in front of your fireplace. Let's get started:

What You'll Need:

A medium size pot

A wooden spoon

A colander

A container for the syrup


2 cups water

2 cups sugar

2 pears, cut and peeled

20 green cardamom pods, pressed until cracked

Step 1: Turn your burner on medium high, and add the water and sugar to the pot. Then stir until the water and sugar combine.

Step 2: Take two pears and cut them into slices, then skin them and put them in the pot.

Step 3: Take your green cardamom pods, and use the bottom of a mug (or something similar), and crack them. Then put them in the pot.

Step 4: When the syrup starts to boil, put a lid on the pot, and turn your burner down to low. Then set a timer for 15 minutes.

Step 5: When the 15 minutes are up, turn your burner off and let the mixture sit for 1-2 hours to cool and infuse.

Step 6: Pour the syrup through a colander into your desired container.

Step 7: Blend ice with the syrup in a blender until the ice cubes are blended. You'll have to experiment with how much syrup you want to use. In my blender, I fill the container almost all the way to the top with ice and pour in enough syrup to fill about 3 inches of the bottom of the container. It serves 5-8 people depending on how much you give each person.

Step 8: Serve and enjoy!

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