These two flavored milk recipes are easy to make and take your daily glass of milk to a whole new level!
We all know that milk is a simple, wholesome way to help your little ones get natural protein and balanced nutrition to help them grow up strong. But did you know that milk is also the top food source of three out of the four nutrients of concern – the nutrients that Americans, including children, are most lacking – calcium, potassium and vitamin D.2,3?
There's no doubt that milk is an essential part of a daily diet for millions of Americans. And to help ensure that kids of all ages enjoy their next glass of milk, we asked junior chef Santiago Osuna to share two of his favorite ways to add some flavor to his milk, using just a handful of ingredients and a few minutes' cook time. Take a look as he walks us through his berry milk and foamy ancestral Mexican hot chocolate recipe!
1/2cup sugar (you can use 1/4 cup if you want to reduce the sugar level)
1 1/2cup whole milk
Foamy Ancestral Mexican Hot Chocolate
3cups whole milk
1bar chocolate (I used Oaxacan chocolate, but you can also use Chocolate Abuelita)