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September 26, 2012 by Leanne Vogel March 29, 2017Is it too early to bring in the sugar cookie? I was a bit worried when I started planning this recipe, but Joy of Baking put my mind at ease,
They are an American favorite and although they were once made primarily during the Christmas season, they are now a year round favorite.Notice the year round piece there. FYI – It’s totally normal to bake a batch of sugar cookies in September. As for the nanaimo bars I made in May, we’ll just let that one go, okay? I can’t just bake a classic recipe, there always has to be an edge to it. Noodles in meatloaf for example. Weird right? You say that now until you try it. Thankfully, there are no noodles in these cookies but there is a bit of goat cream cheese! Don’t let the ‘goat’ in the cream cheese weird you out. I swear, they’re good. I dropped off a couple of these cookies at the neighbors house (you know, to make new friends by bribing them with my baking) and when I said they were made with goat dairy, they were a little set back. The trick to encouraging people to try new things is to make them smell and look really, really yummy. Within moments, our neighbor and her children were all up in that cookie business. And, to their surprise, the whole goat cream cheese thing went over really well. Baked in a cookie like this, you wont taste a major difference between goat dairy and cow dairy, but if there’s a lactose sensitivity in your home, everyone’s tummies will thank you for making the switch! My tummy is a testament to this. Smile from side to side… just saying.
This recipe was developed for Happy Days Goat Dairy.
HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.