The most useful option I've seen for trying to get the benefits of both has been rotating between a list of DoT resolvers, so none get all the history and end up with fragmented profiles. There's issues there since people access the same services and thus they'll get the full list over time if the software doesn't record who got what request and stickies it to them. There's always the option of doing it over Tor, but then you're introducing multisecond latencies to your DNS queries, which isn't exactly a great experience.
So because a snooping provider is irrelevant when we talk only about resolving DNS, that only leaves the choice of which party to the chain of entities that are able to easily snoop on your or not. If privacy is important, adding Google or any other DoT resolver to that chain is strange.