We’ve complied a collection of delicious recipes made with Vermont Specialty Foods. Recipes are submitted by our members whose products are versatile and will enhance flavors when incorporated into your favorite dish. Look for Vermont specialty items featured in these recipes at country and gourmet stores, natural and health food shops, local supermarkets, farmers markets, and online stores.
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Truly the great all-American standby of desserts! This chocolate chip cookie recipe yields a dough that can be made in bulk, portioned out, and kept frozen in a Tupperware container or plastic baggie until needed. Which means you could bake just one or two cookies at a time (based on experience, however,…
This impressive layered bar cookie (Millionaire Bar) recipe combines classic shortbread, rich salted caramel, and smooth dark chocolate ganache in one indulgent bite. Get ready to be the MVP of your next picnic, potluck, or party!
7 ounces butter (1 stick plus…
Mint and chocolate in perfect harmony! These delicious, chewy Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies are the ultimate holiday treat. Topped with a snow-like layer of powdered sugar, this festive cookie recipe is a refreshing twist on the classic chocolate crinkle and makes the perfect addition to any cookie…
Ultimate Carrot Cake with Chocolate & Cream Cheese Frosting Recipe
When apple season hits but peaches still linger at the market, it's time for a standout condiment to round out a main course or dessert.
Serve warm as a side or chilled on a cheese plate or salad, these carrots and apples are slightly sweet, with just a hint of warm spices and herbs.
An New England twist on the Classic French 75 cocktail!
A rich and dense bottom and a fluffy top makes the most moist cake you’ve ever had. It's the textured, dessert version of the ombré trend.
This Creamy Apple Cider Chicken Skillet is an easy, delicious Fall dinner with sweet and savory flavors. We love this served with mashed red potatoes with the pan sauce spooned over the top.
Crepes are classy, easy to prepare, and ready to serve in just 20 minutes. Made with fresh apples, Vermont Creamery Bonne Bouche or Coupole and Fat Toad Farm caramel sauce, these crepes are truly decadent. This recipes makes 8 to 10 crepes.