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What to do with a pint of lightly sweetened (and vanillaed) Jersey milk?

rcallner Dec 27, 2012 02:49 PM

For Christmas, I served two desserts calling for whipped cream. I'd grabbed a bottle I was familiar with off the shelf and when time came to whip it (appetizers and main courses eaten, conversation raging), I went into the kitchen, dumped the milky contents into a large deep, cold stainless bowl, added a little powdered milk and a splash of Mexican vanilla, and whipped. And whipped. And whipped. And realized I'd picked up Jersey milk in a bottle I'd hitherto only associated with heavy cream. A dear friend at dinner saved the day by running home and returning with a pint of actual heavy cream. Here's the question - what to do with the quantity of sweetened, mildly flavored milk?

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  1. foodieX2 RE: rcallner Dec 27, 2012 03:52 PM

    ice cream? Milk shakes? French toast? pancakes? bread pudding?

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      HillJ RE: rcallner Dec 27, 2012 04:28 PM

      Rice, vanilla, chocolate or butterscotch pudding

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        rcallner RE: HillJ Dec 27, 2012 04:59 PM

        Hah! That may well be the way to go. I'm going to a big brunchy event soon and could do a banana and raisin bread pudding with rum sauce.

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        Tara57 RE: rcallner Dec 28, 2012 11:58 AM

        Hot cocoa

        1. PotatoHouse RE: rcallner Dec 28, 2012 12:21 PM

          Drink it straight up with a chocolate curl.

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            LJS RE: PotatoHouse Dec 28, 2012 12:35 PM

            Egg nog seems the right thing to do this time of year and making the dairy addition half-milk-half-cream reduces the fat content (a bit...I mean if you are going to be adding eggs and sugar and rum or brabdy, hardly seems like an issue anyway!!!!)

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