Do your kids have tummy troubles when it comes to milk? We’ve been lucky with only occasional discomfort but I know how awful it can get. Especially with a kid who loves milk and cookies like mine do! These cashew lemon pudding cookies were gone so fast!
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Growing up my dad and brother both had issues with milk. But they weren’t lactose intolerant. Dad couldn’t take even a sip of milk, my brother could drink no more than a glass. Dad couldn’t eat ice cream but could have frozen yogurt. He could also eat cheese but only the stronger cheeses. Figuring out tummy issues caused by milk can be quite the process. Until recently, the only products available to help were for people who were lactose intolerant, but that’s not the only issue.
Thanks to a2 Milk® there’s now a real milk that addresses the issues that stem from the proteins in milk. The A1 protein in milk causes many people to have discomfort after drinking milk and the A1 protein is in all conventional and even organic milk in the United States.
Right now a2 Milk® is only in select locations but they are working with dairy farmers in New York and the Midwest to grow the herds that produce milk with only the a2 protein. You can use their website to find out if it’s in a store near you.
After many years of trial and error, my dad is able to drink milk and we know for sure it wasn’t a lactose intolerance. He’s pretty happy to be able to enjoy milk and cookies again. Today I am also sharing one of my favorite cookie recipes and it just so happens to taste great with a glass of milk.
Cashew Lemon Pudding Cookies
- 1 cup butter, room temp
- ⅔ cup sugar
- 2 eggs
- 2¼ c. flour
- 1 small package of instant lemon pudding
- 1 tsp baking powder
- ½ tsp salt
- 2 cups white chocolate chips
- 2 cups cashews, chopped.
- Preheat the oven to 350.
- In a larger mixer combine butter, sugar and eggs until smooth.
- Add flour, pudding, baking powered and salt to the mixer and continue to mix until combined.
- Add white chocolate chips and nuts.
- Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
- Use a cookie scoop to place cook dough on cookie sheet. The cookies will remain in the ball shape.
- Bake for 7-8 minutes.
Have you ever had pudding cookies? They are seriously so soft!
If you like lemon desserts you might also like this Lemon Lush recipe I reviewed for a friend of mine!
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