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Milk IN Cookies

5 Dairy-Based Cookies to combine the best of both

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Is there a more classic combo than milk and cookies? And it's that time of year when we like to set some out for Santa or just enjoy with loved ones by the

fire. But what if you were to combine the two? They're still dunkable in rich Snowville Creamery milk, but here's some unique recipes for cookies that feature ingredients like milk, creme fraiche, yogurt, and, surprisingly, cheddar cheese!

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Yogurt Chocolate Chip Cookies

There are few cookies more classic than chocolate chip. This recipe can be made using Snowville's 6% or 2% plain yogurts. You'll also need brown sugar, white sugar, butter, shortening, vanilla extract, all purpose flour, baking soda, salt, and, of course, semi-sweet chocolate chips.

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Cheddar Thumbprint Cookies

You've heard of cheddar cheese on apple pie, so why not try similar with cookies? Pair Snowville Creamery's White Cheddar with your favorite jam flavors and make it your own! You'll also need butter (make your own!), brown sugar, an egg, vanilla extract, all purpose flour, and salt.

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Creme Fraiche Vanilla Cookies

Creme Fraiche, a cultured cousin of sour cream, is amazing for baking. Unlike sour cream, however, creme fraiche doesn't curdle when you bake with it. (Learn more about the differences here.) This recipe uses Snowville Creamery Creme Fraiche not just in the cookie, but in a glaze to go on top. For more fun, you can add sprinkles, too! Other ingredients needed includes all purpose flour, salt, baking powder, butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, confectioner's sugar, Snowville Creamery whole milk, and a vanilla bean.

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Cheddar Cheese Crinkle Cookies

We thought cheddar as an ingredient for cookies was so unique, we'd feature Snowville Creamery Cheddar in two recipes. (Plus, you can make these even if you live nowhere near one of our retail partners since our cheeses are available for shipping!) This one is great for making in advance since it needs to be chilled to achieve optimal flavor. Besides our Cheddar, you'll also need butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, all purpose flour, baking powder, and salt. The coating needs granulated and confectioner's sugar.

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Biscottoni (Milk Cookie)

An Italian cookie, these cookies have Snowville Creamery milk as an ingredient. You can pick between Fat Free, 2% Reduced Fat, or Whole Milk, whatever suits you best. Another recipe that's great for prepping in advance since it also works best to have the dough chill in the refrigerator for at least an hour. You'll also need all purpose flour, sugar, sunflower seed oil, egg, vanilla extract, and baking powder.

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The Wrap Up

We hope we've added some new and interesting cookie recipes to your baking repertoire this year! For cookie exchanges, gifts, or Santa, these would all be great! Did you try any of them? Don't forget to take a picture and tag Snowville Creamery on our Facebook or Instagram, because we love seeing your creations! Want to find out where to buy Snowville Creamery near you? Visit our Store Locator!

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Wow, these cookie recipes are a delightful twist on the classics! Using ingredients like yogurt, cheddar cheese, and creme fraiche adds a unique flavor profile that I'm excited to explore. The Biscottoni cookies with Snowville Creamery milk sound particularly comforting.


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