Milk n’ Cookie Mocktail {Mocktail Monday}

Fun drink that goes with your favorite cookie. Great for baby showers,  FHE, dessert at your next dinner party or anytime milk and cookies are appropriate. Umm, when are they not?

We don’t have our bartending licenses yet, but we don’t need them to be certified Mormon-Mixologists anyway (Mormons don’t drink or at least we aren’t supposed to). Here’s something to sip on while listening to our most recent episode of SiZ Radio, where we chatted with Jimmy Hales, a gay Mormon who came out on camera to his family and friends. And just so y’all know, we prepared this mocktail long before we knew we would also be covering a breastfeeding scandal, so please don’t read into the milk and cookie theme.

This mocktail has a few more ingredients than the Mormon Martini, but it’s well worth the extra effort.

Milk n’ Cookie Mocktail 

Ingredients (Serves 2)

  • 1 Cup Milk
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoons Maple Syrup
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla
  • 1/8 Teaspoon Cinnamon
  • Ice for Cocktail Shaker
  • Sprinkles to Rim Cocktail Glass
  • Mini Cookie of Your Choice
Utensils
  • Cocktail Shaker
  • Measuring Cup
  • Measuring Spoons
  • Cocktail Glass (about 4 ounces)
Directions: Place ice in cocktail shaker. Pour milk, maple syrup and vanilla over ice, add cinnamon. Shake until milk is a little frothy. Pour into already rimmed glass (sprinkle rim instructions below). Garnish with mini cookie.

Sprinkle Rim Cocktail Glass: With finger coat rim of cocktail glass with maple syrup. Place sprinkles in bowl or plate. Dip or roll coated rim of glass into sprinkles.

Now go have some sober fun. What is your favorite milk and cookie combo (we love chocolate chip and almond milk)?

Holy is the Lamb,
Sista Beehive & Sista Laurel

6 comments

  1. I think I’d sub crushed Oreos for the sprinkles, but that’s only because sprinkles are nasty. ;)

  2. That sounds absolutely delicious!

  3. Thanks for the recipe and I will try it for sure.
    Blessings for all you two do!

  4. It is and it’s easy and fun to make.

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