Cookies & Silk Vanilla Almondmilk

Cookies & Silk Vanilla Almondmilk | foxeslovelemons.com

My husband’s co-workers eat a lot of blog experiments and leftovers. I mean, there’s only the two of us in our household, and you’ve seen how many new recipes I create each week. I do what I can to just make small portions, but a lot of stuff gets packed up and sent to Jeff’s office. Of course, every office environment seems to have an OMG IS THAT FREE FOOD? I LOVE FREE FOOD! GIVE ME THE FREE FOOD attitude when it comes to . . . free food. So it works out well. Ready to see a bunch of pictures of (super cool) engineers enjoying cookies and milk? Let’s pretend you said yes to that.

Cookies & Silk Vanilla Almondmilk | foxeslovelemons.com

When Silk challenged me to find a few people to try Silk Vanilla Almondmilk for the first time, I knew that Jeff and I were both out. Ever since the little Vegan Before 6 experiment last year, almondmilk has become a staple in our refrigerator. So, it was clear that Jeff’s co-workers would be my targets. To sweeten the deal, I made a batch of my special chocolate chip cookies for dunking purposes. Luckily, Jeff’s office is pretty big, so it was easy to find people who hadn’t tried Silk Vanilla Almondmilk yet.

Cookies & Silk Vanilla Almondmilk | foxeslovelemons.com

I provided a piece of paper where people could write down their reactions. Here’s a little sample:

  • “This would be great in my cereal!”
  • “Never thought about trying it. It tastes very good. A little thicker than 2% milk, but good vanilla flavor.”
  • “The taste was a little sweet. Maybe I would drink an unsweetened version.”
  • “I love almonds. It tastes healthy and delicious. Like a dessert milk!”

Jeff was sure to tell those who thought the Vanilla was a bit too sweet that we normally drink the Unsweetened Vanilla variety of Silk Almondmilk at home, so that would be a good option for them.

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