Craving a milk chocolate drink? From milk chocolate milkshakes to smoothies to egg creams, these easy recipes turn an innocent glass of milk into a sinful milk chocolate treat.See Popular Chocolate Milk Recipes
This ice cream refresher recipe takes less than five ingredients, whipping up quickly in a blender. It's an utterly fantastic kid's party drink, but don't wait for a special occasion to serve it.
Yes, your kids "got milk" after school -- but do you "got chocolate milk" after your workout? A tall, frosty glass of chocolate milk may not be the first thing you think of reaching for after your 5K run, but as USA Today reports, the Milk Processor Education Program (MilkPEP for short) is looking to change that. Yes, the same folks that brought us the wildly successful "Got Milk?"
Whip milk and chocolate for a frothy chilled drink for kids.
Make chocolate milk into an extra special snack by adding a little peppermint extract.
Need a new way to enjoy soy milk? Add chocolate syrup and seltzer to create a delicious snack or breakfast drink.
Get on board with the miniature dessert trend by taking a layer cake recipe, like this milk chocolate cake, and turning it into mini cakes.
This thick, frosty cold chocolate drink is sweet enough for dessert. Or just enjoy it as a cool snack.
A recipe for real strawberry milk using fresh strawberries, plus variations including strawberry chocolate and strawberry coconut.
When you are craving a really good chocolate dessert reach for this recipe and make our best-ever chocolate cake. The rich creamy frosting makes this cake decadent.
When you make this hot chocolate from scratch you will get a creamy, delicious and rich end product that is not overly sweet like some of the pre-package mixes can be.
Two kinds of chocolate and an undertone of mint make this rich and smooth ice cream an impressive homemade dessert.
You may have heard: Valentine's Day is tomorrow, and, while it's nice to be reminded of those declarations of love and that other romantic stuff, let's be real: It's really all about the chocolate. Chocolate hearts, chocolate salted caramels, chocolate-covered strawberries. Heck, dip a stick in chocolate and we'd probably give it a taste.
Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, it's officially -- officially -- holiday season, which means it's totally acceptable to drink hot chocolate for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. In between meals is fine, too. But why be boring about it?
There's no use pretending. Chocolate recipes make us go weak in the knees -- er, the heart. Whether you're talking about an icy cold chocolate sherbet, a warm, molten chocolate cake, or a delicate chocolate souffle, there aren't many of us who can turn down a chocolate dessert.
Learn how to make the most classic cookie of all: the chocolate chip cookie. This delicious recipe is a staple and is one you will keep coming back to.
When you're ready to bake a batch of brownies or a molten chocolate cake, not just any old chocolate will do. There's a raft of baking chocolates to choose from, and picking the right one, from unsweetened or bittersweet squares to semisweet chips can take your chocolate desserts into the stratosphere. The best advice is to stick with the chocolate that your recipe recommends.