These Snow Cone Recipes Are So Easy to Do

You, too, can whip up these cold and tasty treats at home.

Craving cold desserts this hot season? The snow cone is the perfect pick-me-up dessert, which you can easily whip up at home. All you need is your favorite syrup and some crushed ice. We share three simple syrup recipes you can try below—enjoy!

These recipes are a must-try!

Raspberry Syrup

Doesn’t it look so yummy? 

You, too, can create this easy berry syrup at home—and you just need a few ingredients! We recommend using frozen raspberries, but if that’s not on hand, you can also try blueberries or strawberries. 


200 g frozen raspberries
150g sugar


  1. Over high heat, mix raspberries and sugar.
  2. Stir using a wooden spatula. Leave until half of the berries melt and become saucy. 
  3. Boil the mixture for three minutes on middle heat. Once it gets creamy, turn off the heat and leave it to cool. Transfer the mixture into a clean container once done. You can store the syrup in your refrigerator for up to two weeks.

You can smear the syrup on toasted bread and pancakes. Add a dollop on smoothies and yogurt, too! 

Frozen Pineapple Syrup

This mixture is both yummy and refreshing! 

Don’t limit yourself to just pineapples! You can try different fruits, like mangoes or bananas. 


250 g pineapples
200 g sugar
120 ml water 


  1. Over high heat, mix sugar and water in a pot. Mix with a wooden spatula as you bring it to boil.
  2. Once the sugar melts and becomes clear, turn off the heat. Let the syrup cool.
  3. Chop pineapples into 3cm chunks. Put them in a Ziplock bag, and freeze for 3-4 hours. 
  4. Blend the pineapples with the sugar and ¼ of water mixture. Add a bit of water if iit is difficult to stir. 

Matcha Syrup

Matcha syrup can be added to cocktails, coffee or tea. 

Matcha is best consumed when it’s freshly made. Combine it with red bean paste and pearled barley, and you can recreate the perfect
Ujikintoki at home! 


1 tsp matcha
200 g sugar
120 ml water


  1. Over high heat, mix sugar and water in a pot. Mix with a wooden spatula as you bring it to boil. When the sugar melts and becomes transparent, turn off the heat. Let it cool.
  2. Sift through matcha using a strainer.
  3. Mix the sugar water mixture and the matcha together until all the lumps are gone.

So easy! Now you, too, can recreate these yummy frozen snow cones at home!

Provided by Japan Walker
TM, WalkerplusTM, and Tokyo WalkerTM, (21 July 2020)

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