what could i use instead of milk?
This recipe calls for milk. I have really only made it using milk, however, there are a lot of replacements that would be just as delicious, and work just as well. Here are a few other recommendations for replacing milk:
- almond milk
- whipping cream
- coconut milk
- chocolate milk
- soy milk
- half and half
do these cookies freeze well?
These cookies do freeze pretty well. I usually only freeze them if I know they won’t be eaten for a few days.
I usually keep mine in an airtight container in my fridge or on my counter for up to four days. I only freeze them if they won’t be eaten in over a week. These are definitely best when made fresh.
how many cookies does one batch make?
For this recipe, I can usually get at least 24 cookies out of it. On a good day without any kids at home, I can get about 32 cookies.
Some taste testers like to grab a spoon and sneak a bite when I’m not looking.
You can also make them bigger or smaller as needed. It’s also a super simple recipe to double, and you can still make it all in one pot.
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