Anderson Erickson Family Favorite Recipes

Our delicious recipes are made with the goodness of AE Dairy products, and treasured by our family. Over the years we have enjoyed sharing our recipes and love hearing how theyʼve become favorites for so many other families. We hope your family enjoys these recipes as much as we do!

  • This recipe, a favorite of Miriam’s grandmother was published in a 1950s church cookbook. It’s light, sweet and simple—perfect for summertime (although Miriam makes it every Christmas and it’s the perfect end to a rich holiday dinner).
  • Buttermilk is a natural meat tenderizer, and this classic favorite includes marinating time as well as drying time to set the coating. The result is a perfect blend of moist, flavorful chicken in a light, crisp cover.
  • Blueberry pancakes with a creamy, protein twist.
  • Moist buttermilk cake topped with strawberries in cream. Guaranteed to disappear!
  • Fresh lemon juice and lemon peel join forces with AE Lemon Yogurt to create this “edible sunshine” in cake form. It just cries out for a dollop of AE Whipped Cream and a few fresh berries on the side.
  • With roots in the South, this summer gardener’s delight pairs fresh tomatoes and basil with creamy cottage cheese in a crust for a satisfying meatless entrée or complimentary side.
  • Fresh orange peel adds a layer of flavor to these moist muffins studded with blueberries. Serve them warm from the oven with a cold glass of AE Milk.
  • AE Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese team up to give this simple salad dressing a farm-fresh tang.
  • AE Whipping Cream + 4 ingredients make this rich and smooth hot fudge sauce delicious and easy! The perfect topping for homemade ice cream made with Sara Ann Vanilla Ice Cream Mix.
  • Homemade vanilla ice cream is now just a few simple steps away with AE’s Sara Ann’s Vanilla Ice Cream Base. Bring on summer!
  • Creamy AE Cottage Cheese adds protein to this vegetable-packed quiche. We like using shiitake mushrooms best because they don’t give off as much moisture as button mushrooms. If using button mushrooms, be sure to sauté them thoroughly so the quiche isn’t runny. The fresh flavor of the tomato salsa is a must-have!
  • Jazz up breakfast with this simple and delicious protein rich combo. Purchased crepes are filled with creamy cottage cheese and dressed up with a triple berry sauce.
  • They’ll all be screaming for sweet, ripe cherries in ice cold creaminess that’s topped with silky hot fudge.
  • Greek Yogurt adds to the flavor and creaminess of this simple, classic dessert customized with your favorite in season fruit.
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