|Swig has two locations in St. George|
Here is a sweet article about how the drinks-and-treats shop opened. Below is an even sweeter treat: their unbelievably delicious sugar cookie recipe, which I got from my bestest friend, Cori. They are different than my super-soft sugar cookies, but just as good as! My husband says he likes these ones better. But my eight-year-old Brigham says, "I like the puffy soft ones." Both are delicious--you decide.
|The dough is easy to mix and not sticky at all|
|I love using my favorite milk glass (the one that looks like it came|
from a Slimfast commerical) to press sugar down on the dough balls
The signature way to enjoy a Swig cookie is a cold-from-the-fridge cookie that is frosted with room-temperature frosting, just before eating. Since this frosting has a fourth-cup of milk in it, it's a bit smoother than other frosting recipes. I wouldn't call it "runny"--but it's definitely not thick. The hint of salt in the cookie, on the cookie, and in the frosting are (I think) what make the cookie so darn addictively delicious. The first time I made these, we had all four dozen eaten within a 16-hour period. Shameless.