Take chocolate milk to the next level by adding a gingerbread rim to a martini glass. To make, moisten the rim with simple or chocolate syrup. Turn the glass upside down and firmly dip it in a saucer filled with finely crushed gingerbread cookies.
Sugar Cookie Stack With Milk Shot
We all know that one cookie isn't enough. Have your kids help bake a dozen holiday-shaped sugar cookies, and let them decorate any way they like. To make them more festive, tie with red ribbon and serve with shots of milk.
Printable Milk Carton
A paper chalkboard-like milk carton is a modern take on traditional milk and cookies. Download and print our free carton pattern on regular white card stock. Cut out the design, and use scissors or an X-acto knife to score on the dotted lines. Fold and use double-sided tape to finish the carton. Fill it up with any treat, and have the kids draw and write Santa messages with metallic pens. Download the free carton pattern here>>
Vanilla Steamer With Cookie Straw
It's cold outside, so treat Santa to a hot vanilla steamer. To make, heat up a mug of milk, and add up to two teaspoons vanilla extract. Stir in one teaspoon granulated sugar, and sprinkle a pinch of ground cinnamon on top. Add a cookie straw to make an extra sweet treat your kids will love, too.
Skip the regular milk and cookies for Santa, and make him a cookie bottom milkshake instead. To make, blend one cup vanilla ice cream, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract, two tablespoons sugar and 1/2 cup milk. Warm up your favorite cookie or brownie until soft, crumble and place in the bottom of a glass using a spoon. Pour the milkshake over the cookies and you have a treat that Santa can't refuse.
Muffin Tin Dessert
It's all about presentation when it comes to impressing Santa. Bake your favorite vanilla cupcakes recipe and top each with a miniature red velvet cookie. Have the kids decorate a muffin tin with festive paper, and place the cupcakes inside.