Our collection of delicious and easy recipes. They are tried and true creamery favorites that include everything from appetizers to desserts. We invite you to discover the unique taste and incredible versatility of our products.
This updated baked cheese recipe exemplifies seasonality, sweet and savory combinations.read more
Buttercream Blondie’s incredible Strawberry Rhubarb Crème Fraîche Ice Cream rises to a new level sandwiched between two freshly-baked brown sugar cookies.
These muffins from Buttercream Blondie are light, summery, and just a really great way to start the day.
Creamy Marscapone mixed with Meyer lemon curd makes the filling for this light and airy cake from Buttercream Blondie. Topped with raspberry whipped cream and over a pound of fresh blueberries, it's like a little slice of sunshine.
Inspired by a request for an Oscar themed dessert, Buttercream Blondie tops a decadent chocolate cupcake with a light and airy goat cheese frosting and a red wine reduction. Bring on the red carpet!
Buttercream Blondie gives the classic thumbprint cookie a goat cheese makeover. The result is an incredibly light cookie with a wonderful silky texture...divine!
Courtesy Buttercream Blondie, these chewy oatmeal cookies are bursting with blueberries and filled with a vanilla bean Marsacapone filling.
Take average green beans to the next level with this side dish. It is the perfect marriage of sweet and savory.
The classic chocolate chip cookies recipe made with Maple Sea Salt butter for a hint of Vermont maple flavor.
Classic brownies with a maple sweet and salty twist. Serve with a drizzle of warm caramel and a sprinkle of sea salt crystals to really amp up the sweet and salty combination.
A simple way to end a meal. We used pears and apples, but you can mix it up and make it your own. Try peaches, berries or whatever might be in season.
We love these cookies. They are great anytime, even for breakfast if you're in a hurry. If you'd like, double the recipe and keep half in the freezer to slice and bake any time you need them.
This recipe couldn't be easier. Just four ingredients and you have an elegant dessert that can be made ahead.
This lasagna is creamy and decadent. It makes the perfect winter dinner. You can assemble it up to a day in advance and then bake for quick midweek meal. The leftovers can also be frozen.
This recipe is quintessential New England and a staple here in Vermont. Make it with your favorite fall harvest apples. We like Northern Spies.
Based on an easy traditional French recipe, great for children, “gateau au yaourt” uses simple ingredients and can be adapted with infintite flavors.
This fiery, fat-free recipe for Fromage Blanc Horseradish Sauce by Katie Webster is the perfect complement to a pepper crusted beef tenderloin.
Courtesy of Kim Dannies, this buttery bread pudding is the perfect nightcap for cold Vermont nights.
Gesine Bullock-Prado’s salted caramel and mascarpone take on a Thanksgiving Classic.
Courtesy of Master Baker, Author & Blogger Gesine Bullock-Prado — Use mushy bananas and crème fraîche, this baked treat will make anyone smile!
Courtesy of Master Baker, Author & Blogger Gesine Bullock-Prado — Inspired by sugar pumpkins from her garden.
Courtesy of Master Baker, Author & Blogger Gesine Bullock-Prado — A comforting fall treat, perfect for sharing with loved ones and neighbors.
Courtesy of Master Baker, Author & Blogger Gesine Bullock-Prado — When the winds howl, use what's in your fridge for this hearty comfort food.
Courtesy of Master Baker, Author & Blogger Gesine Bullock-Prado — Panna cotta or a free standing mango lassi.
Courtesy of Master Baker, Author & Blogger Gesine Bullock-Prado — A buttery, layered, sugary crisp Breton butter cake.
This recipe is courtesy of Wini Moranville, author of The Bonne Femme Cookbook: Simple, Splendid Food That French Women Cook Every Day.
Enjoy it when you come home from your farmers’ market, basket brimming with all kinds of vegetables—and you’re looking for a quick, satisfying way to enjoy them.
A light veggie lasagna with a Creamy Goat Cheese twist.
The perfect low-fat dessert. There is no icecream making involved, just stick it in the freezer for a couple of hours and you will have a nice light end to your meal.