Two Easy Ways To Flavor Your Milk: Berry Milk and Foamy Ancestral Mexican Hot Chocolate

Cuisine: Mexican
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!


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Berry Milk
  1. In a small pot, heat the berries, sugar and water over medium heat until boiling. Let boil for 10 minutes, stirring periodically; mixture will reduce and thicken slightly.
  2. While syrup is cooking, chill two small glasses in the freezer for 10 minutes.
  3. Using a fine sieve or mesh strainer, strain the mixture into a small bowl. Set the berry syrup aside.
  4. Add 3/4 cup milk to each glass and serve.
  5. Swirl in 2-3 tablespoons of the berry syrup into each glass of milk (depending on your desired level of sweetness).
Foamy Ancestral Mexican Hot Chocolate
  1. Warm up the milk over medium heat for 5 minutes.
  2. Drop in the bar of Mexican chocolate.
  3. Stir manually with a “molinillo” (a traditional Mexican turned wood whisk used to froth and blend hot beverages) or a whisk. You can also mix the chocolate in a blender.
  4. Serve hot and enjoy!
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