BellaGrey Designs: A New Twist on Ordinary Cookies and Milk

September 12, 2016

A New Twist on Ordinary Cookies and Milk

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How many of you love milk? Whether it be chocolate, strawberry, white or any other flavor I love it and crave it! I always have, ever since I was a kid. 


Why drink milk in ordinary cups when you can drink it out of chocolate chip cookie cups? Yes, chocolate chip cookie edible cups embellished with sprinkles, because everything's better with sprinkles! Nothing better than cookies and milk with a new twist! Together they are always a crowd-pleaser. So fun and easy to make and you can get the kids involved.


Here's what you will need: 

Chocolate Chip Cookie dough {made from scratch or prepackaged}
Extra Chocolate Chips
Sprinkles ** Optional**
Silicone Shot Mold

Directions: 

1) Preheat oven and mix cookie dough according to package or recipe. No need to grease the mold, since it is non-stick. Using your fingers place dough into silicone mold. Make sure you press the dough all the way down inside the mold. Leaving the top of each glass open so you can see the middle of the cup. As the dough begins to bake, it will cover up the top of the glass.

TIP: Lightly tap the mold against the counter to make sure all space is filled with dough. Place the mold in the refrigerator for about 10-15 minutes. This will help the dough form to the glass shape. 

2) Bake your cookies according to the package or recipe. Because the mold is deeper than regular cookies it may take longer to bake. 

3) Once they are fully baked, take a spoon and flatten the top of the mold, which is the bottom of the glasses. This will help them stand properly without being wanky with the possibility of tipping over.


4) Let the cookies cool to the touch, place the mold in the refrigerator again for about 30 minutes. This helps them harden a bit and completely cool. Now it's time to gently push out the cookies from the mold. 

5) You will need to take the extra chocolate chips and melt them in the microwave for approximately 20 seconds. Each microwave is different, so you will need to make sure you don't burn them. Once they are melted, spoon a small amount into each cookie cup, using your finger, spread the chocolate around the cup to "seal" it. This helps the cookie cup not spring any leaks. Pop them back into the refrigerator for about 10 minutes to harden the chocolate. 


6) **Optional** if you would like to add sprinkles around the top of the cookie cup, using the melted chocolate chips again, spread a small amount around the rim and dip in the sprinkles. {See photo below}



7) Now you are ready to fill your edible cookie cups with Promised Land Milk! I used Promised Land 2% White Dairy Milk and also had on hand the Midnight Chocolate Milk. Both are very delicious. Extraordinary flavor comes from extraordinary cows!

Did you know Promised Land is made with Natural Milk from the finest Jersey Cows {which are a breed of cows, not cows from New Jersey},with no added hormones and the milk is tested for antibiotics and is also higher in protein and calcium than ordinary milk? I had no idea! 

Jersey Cows make Promised Land Milk Far From Ordinary, which is why I wanted to share this recipe with you, so you could make your day Far From Ordinary with Promised Land Milk. 

Here is your chance to try some yourself. You can earn $0.75 cash back with any purchase of any variety of Promised Land Dairy Milk products 32oz. or larger, just click here


I purchased this delicious milk at Target in the refrigerated milk isle. 





Enjoy this fabulous recipe and remember, extraordinary flavor comes from extraordinary cows!

1 comment :

  1. These are so cool! My kids would love these, especially my youngest daughter Anna who is obsessed with milk! [client]

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