Cooking and Baking

6 Dreamy Dairy Dishes Using Breakstone’s Butter

Kosher.com Staff December 11, 2023

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Butter is our best friend in the kitchen. We use it when cooking and baking, and all good cooks know that butter truly makes a dish taste extra delicious.

But the truth is that the type of butter in a recipe truly matters, and not all butters are created equal.

With Breakstone’s®️ Butter, you know you’ve got a true best friend in the kitchen. Why? Because Breakstone’s®️ Butter is made with the highest quality ingredients. Their products are made with milk from cows that are not treated with artificial growth hormones so you can feel good about feeding it to your family.

They sell butter in both stick form, perfect when you need to measure your butter, and whipped in a tub, for when you want to use it as a spread.

All Breakstone’s®️ butters are creamy and delicious, which is probably why it’s a staple in almost every kosher kitchen.

To celebrate the season of baking and cooking delicious dairy treats for family and friends, we’re sharing 6 INSANELY delicious buttery recipes with you today!

We hope you enjoy! And remember “Butter is ALWAYS better,” so turn to Breakstone’s®️ this season for all your cooking and baking needs.

1. Butter Sablés Cookies by Ruth Fox and Vicky Cohen

These buttery shortbread cookies are not only delicious but also an irresistible addition to your Chanukah festivities. 

2. Scalloped Potatoes with Caramelized Onions by Sara Goldstein

Scalloped potatoes is the indulgent dish you’ve been looking for. It’s the perfect special-occasion side that will complement any dairy menu, making it especially perfect for your Chanukah parties. Using great ingredients like white wine and creamy, rich Breakstone’s Butter makes these humble potatoes really shine.

3. Buttery Focaccia for a Crowd by Shushy Turin

This focaccia is a perfect appetizer for your Chanukah party. By placing Breakstone’s butter over the garlic cloves, it allows the cloves to become soft and fragrant in the oven and has the most amazing texture. The remaining toppings are suggested; have fun with it and feel free to make it your own!

4. Sconuts by Paula Shoyer

Sconuts are what happens when a scone meets a doughnut. I created this recipe to combine two of my favorite desserts when I was looking for a new type of doughnut for Chanukah. These are even easier to prepare than classic doughnuts because there is no yeast involved and the dough does not have to rise.

5. Sweet and Salty Kreplach by Rachel Berger

The slightly sweet, creamy filling contrasts delightfully with the salty, buttery, crunchy crumbs outside. It is truly a delight for your tastebuds. So flexible, these classic kreplach can be served as an appetizer, main dish, side or dessert! As it is best served fresh, while the crumbs are hot and crunchy, all steps can be prepared in advance, but save the last step (frying in crumbs) until you are ready to eat!

6. Brown Butter Applesauce by Shushy Turin

This sweet and simple Brown Butter Applesauce is incredibly tasty and easy to make, and a surefire way to make your latkes for Chanukah extra special.

There you have it! 6 delicious recipes perfect for Chanukah or anytime!

Please note Breakstone’s®️ is OUD and Cholov Stam.