Beer ‘N Food: Beer Cookies

The holidays are here and that means baking! What’s the best thing to bake this time of year? Cookies.

Sure milk and cookies is the classic combination, but you know the crew at BREWPUBLIK, we like to have beer involved with almost everything. So beer and cookies, are cool but let’s take it a step further. Beer IN cookies! Now we’re talking. Check out some of these great cookie recipes from around the beer community.

 
Recipe Card - Brown Sugar Beer Cookies-1.jpgBrown Sugar Beer Cookies
Looking for a cookie that will make you want to curl up by a fire with a warm cup of hot chocolate? Look no further, these Brown Sugar Cookies will make that happen, plus there’s a perfect hint of delicious brown ale!

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

In the old KitchenAid mix up the butter and brown sugar, then add in the egg.

Now add in that delicious beer and mix until just combined.

Add in the dry ingredients and scoop out your beer cookies of goodness to bake for 12-14 minutes. 

Recipe Card - Soft Stout Cookies-2.jpgSoft Stout Cookies
Here’s a cookie that’s been calling our name for awhile. You might end up eating these as fast as you’re baking them!

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

In one bowl whisk together the flour, cocoa powders, salt, baking soda, baking powder and chocolate chips.

In another bowl mix up the butter with the sugars until light and fluffy. Add the molasses, vanilla and egg and beat well.

Alternate mixing in the flour and your yummy stout into the egg mixture. Chill batter until it is firm enough to ball up into cookie sized portions, and bake for 15 to 17 minutes.

Recipe Card - Hefeweizen Beer Cookies-3.jpgHefeweizen Beer Cookies
With a bit of orange zest to make the taste pop, you can’t find a container big enough to hold the flavors.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Start by adding beer and honey to a pan to reduce. Once the mixture is reduced down to ⅓ of a cup of liquid, let it cool to room temperature.

In a mixer, combine sugar and butter together. Now add the egg and blend well. Add vanilla, orange zest, coriander, and beer reduction. Blend again. Mix flour and baking soda together and slowly add to the batter.

Scoop out cookie balls and add to a greased baking sheet. Now bake those little beauties for 15-20 minutes.

P.S. Glaze the top with icing for an additional great flavor!

Make sure to keep all these great cookies high on the shelf. Savor them, love them, enjoy them! Have a great holiday season. Cheers!

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