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!

  • Oatmeal gets a spring and summer makeover with the cool, creamy delicious flavors of AE Lemon Yogurt combined with strawberries (in three forms)! Make this the night before and mix it up by swapping out the lemon yogurt for another flavor.
  • Fresh lemons, buttermilk and juicy strawberries combine for low fat creaminess in a pie shell.
  • 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.
  • Pizza for breakfast? Yes! This new take on an egg bake fills French bread with the classic Italian flavors of tomatoes, basil and mozzarella and creamy AE Cottage Cheese. We love that it’s vegetarian, but a little cooked Italian sausage sprinkled inside is a delicious option too.
  • They’ll all be screaming for sweet, ripe cherries in ice cold creaminess that’s topped with silky hot fudge.
  • AE Ranch Dip punches up this “low-bake” appetizer with bold flavor and creaminess. Think of it as a crudité platter on a pizza crust! Outstanding!
  • AE Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese team up to give this simple salad dressing a farm-fresh tang.
  • Moist buttermilk cake topped with strawberries in cream. Guaranteed to disappear!
  • 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.
  • AE Classic (Plain) Greek Yogurt is a great addition to creamy salad dressings and can be used in place of higher calorie ingredients such as heavy cream. The curry powder and grapes give this chicken salad a spicy-sweet flavor dimension. Curry powders vary in heat levels, so taste test yours before using.
  • Ditch the straw and grab a spoon instead for this new twist on the ever-popular smoothie! Here a super-thick smoothie is served in a bowl and sprinkled with fruit and crunchy toppers. It makes a refreshing (and gorgeous) dessert too.
  • 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).
  • 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!
  • Blueberry pancakes with a creamy, protein twist.
  • 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.
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