For some reason, snow cones (or “sno cones,” if you’re young & wild & free) are perceived as healthy. I have no idea why, as it’s just frozen water drizzled liberally with artificially-flavored corn syrup.
It kind of reminds me of soda.
But you see, it’s mostly made of water, and water is healthy. Let’s ignore the “corn syrup” part for a minute.
Okay the minute is up. Time to face the truth: Harry Potter is fictional.
And snow cones are also made of corn syrup.
And I did eat the last slice of cake in the fridge.
All Natural Snow Cone
- 2 cup pitted cherries
- 1/2 cup water
1. Blend or process together cherries and water until it’s nice and mixed.
2. Pour into a baking pan and toss in freezer.
3. After 30 minutes, scrape up the solidified ice with a spoon, and put everything back in the fridge. Repeat this process until you’ve scraped up the entire baking pan.
Now consume in aggressively large quantities.
What a beauty.
Maybe she’s born with it. Maybe it’s Maybelline-Sno-Cone.
I am going to get sued so bad if I ever catch companies’ attentions.