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Milk isn’t the same as it used to be. In the past, you went to the grocery store and all you’d have to decide on is whether to go whole or skim. Now, there are more milk choices than ever — dairy, almond, coconut, soy, rice, potato — so many that it’s getting hard to know which to choose. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect from the four most popular: dairy, soy, almond and coconut.

Dairy Milk

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While dairy milk (aka the milk we drink every day) is (obviously) the most popular type of milk, it is also the most controversial. Vegans and vegetarians have issues with dairy milk from an standpoint as it is an animal product. Dairy milk is the only of these four alternatives that contains lactose, making it an issue for those who experience lactose intolerance (which means their stomachs lack the enzyme lactase that helps breaks down the lactose in milk). In terms of nutrition, whole milk is very high in fat, so definitely go for skim. On the plus side, it’s very high in protein and a single serving (one 8-oz cup) provides 30% of our daily calcium needs and 50% of our daily vitamin B12 needs. From a cooking standpoint, dairy milk is the first choice for almost any dish you’re whipping up.

Soy Milk

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Soy milk is technically not milk, but rather the liquid leftover after soybeans are soaked, finely ground and then strained. Since it comes from a plant, it is vegan- and vegetarian-friendly and also avoids any issues with lactose. It’s about as good as dairy milk for protein and has about the same values of calcium and vitamin B12. In its regular form, it is fattier than skim milk, though some makers offer light versions that carry significantly less fat content. Taste-wise, soy milk has a bit of a sweetness to it, so if you’re substituting it for milk be mindful that it will slightly alter the flavor. Soy milk is especially good for baking, particularly in recipes that have strong flavors that won’t be overshadowed by the taste of soy.

Almond Milk

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Almond milk, like soy milk, is derived from a plant. It is made similarly to the way that soy milks are processed. Like soybeans, almonds are soaked, ground and then strained for the resulting liquid. Almond milk is fattier than both dairy and soy milk, which makes sense given that it comes from a nut. While dairy and soy milk are higher in protein, almond milk has 50% more calcium than the former two. It is also an excellent source of vitamin E, a key nutrient not found in dairy or soy milk. Almond milk, while still sweeter than dairy milk, is more subtle than soy milk. It is an excellent replacement for milk in creamy dishes, though it won’t thicken or whip the same way as dairy milk does. Almond milk is the perfect complement to any nut dish, enhancing the nutty flavor that is already present.

Coconut Milk

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Coconut milk is probably the least commonly used in everyday cooking. Coconut milk results from the juice squeezed out of the meat of a coconut fruit. It has the highest fat content and the lowest protein content out of the three non-dairy milks. It is, however, the best source for vitamin B12 and calcium (on par with almond milk). In moderation, its high concentration of vitamins and minerals makes up for the high fat content. Coconut milk is great for fruity dishes, particularly smoothies, milkshakes or (duh) piña coladas, and is highlighted in a number of cuisines, particularly Asian. Also, be sure to check out my recipe for Thai Coconut-Ginger Soup for a delicious take on coconut milk here.

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Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


Goat Milk Recipes

When looking for goat milk recipes, the first thing to remember is that goat milk is, well. milk.

So, if you're new to goat milk and wondering what to do with that gallon or so in your refrigerator, start by asking yourself, "What would I do if it were cow's milk?"

Pour it on cereal, make puddings, sauces, cakes or hot chocolate, or drink it plain.

Goat milk can be used in any way you would traditionally use cow's milk.

If that's the case, you may be thinking, "Then what's the big deal about having recipes dedicated to goat milk?".

Recipes that traditionally call for goat milk are those that have benefited from the several properties of goat milk that do differentiate it in taste and texture from cow's milk. Used cold, properly processed goat milk is practically indistinguishable in taste from cow's milk.

When heated or otherwise processed (as for cheese), however, the three "goat" fatty acids lend an undeniable tang to food. Some people have an immediate liking for the flavor of goat milk products, while for others, it is an acquired taste.

Goats milk recipes are traditionally associated with desserts. This is because the more even distribution of the smaller fat molecules in goat milk gives a creamy smoothness to all foods made from it. This difference in texture is even evident from drinking the milk by itself.

So, ice cream, fudges and other sweets that are known for that "melt-in-your-mouth" feel all benefit from the extra rich smoothness of goat milk.

However, all recipes can benefit from the nutritional benefits of goat milk! To learn more, read Goat Milk Nutrition Facts.

Do you have a recipe using goat milk that you'd like to share? You can submit your goat milk recipe and view other visitor-submitted recipes.

Recipes will appear on the web site, and may be chosen to appear in the monthly newsletter. And, if you want to go beyond goat milk products, check out MissHomemade.com for a huge selection of mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind homemade recipes. MissHomemade.com not only tells you how to make great dishes, she also tells you how to make the ingredients for the dishes to save you tons of money!

Choose Your Milk

Recipes that require cooking the milk, either on top of the stove, or by baking with other ingredients, are a good way to use that canned goat milk you made during milking season.

Canned milk has a slightly cooked taste to it, which makes it less appealing for drinking and using with fresh food recipes. However, you'll never notice the difference when using it for cooked recipes.

That way,you can save your fresh milk for drinking and goat cheese making, or creating other delicious goat milk products!

Powdered or evaporated goat milk can also be used in some recipes. If the recipe calls for goat milk, reconstitute the powdered or evaporated milk as directed on the can, and use the amount given in the recipe.

Recipes

Now, get ready to enjoy the mouth-watering taste of these excellent goat milk recipes!


Cajeta

A delicious dessert caramel with Mexican origins, this recipe is easy to make &mdash and easy to make disappear!

Goat Milk Fudge Recipe

Everybody loves fudge! Choose from chocolate pecan, peanut butter-maple or white fudge.

Goat Milk Flan Recipe

This goat milk recipe uses three forms of goat milk to make a delightfully smooth flan with just the right touch of sweetness.

Cream Pie Milkshake Recipe

Cold, sweet and delicious, this milkshake made with goat milk tastes like you're drinking a pie!

Citrus Mexican Candy Recipe

Mexican candy with a sweet citrus flavor and crunchy pecans will be a hit with your family or friends.

Savory Goat Cheese Souffle Recipe

Surprise your family with an elegant goat cheese souffle that's easy to make. The combination of savory herbs, goat milk and delicious goat cheese makes this souffle a delightful addition to any meal.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes

Don't forget to view our collection of delicious homemade ice cream recipes. After all, there's no "cooler" dish than goat milk ice cream!

See more great recipes:


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