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.
Brighten up your morning by baking! These healthy whole grain scones, made with coconut milk and bits of dark chocolate, are a great start to the day.
This vanilla cake with chocolate buttercream is rich without masking the delicate dessert's flavors. You'll adore this adult homage to malted milk balls!
M&Ms may need a new slogan. "Melts in your mouth, not in your hands" could become old news soon, as Cadbury introduces a "temperature-tolerant chocolate," the U.K.'s Daily Mail reports, for its new candy, Dairy Milk.
As the weather turns cooler, hot chocolate makes a great treat for kids (and adults), and it's easy to make your own "instant" hot chocolate mix. The best part is, the homemade version doesn't contain all the hydrogenated oils and artificial sweeteners you'll find in store-bought mixes. Mix together 2 cups powdered milk, 2/3 cup sugar, 2/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder, and a pinch of salt.
Mitt Romney and President Obama had plenty to spar about during last night's presidential debate, but we're pretty sure they can agree that great food is part of the American dream. Just in time for election season, Food & Wine has come out with a list of the foods some of our most noted presidents have been obsessed with. Our current Prez, for example, has called the milk- chocolate-covered, sea-salt-sprinkled caramels from Fran's Chocolates "phenomenal," according to F&W.
Ready or not, here come the holidays -- and their sales! I love winter sales cycles because they feature meal-making staples and baking supplies that I can stock up on for the rest of the season. Here's what to look for in November: Baking supplies: nuts, chocolate chips, cans of evaporated and condensed milk, coconut, cake mix, brownie mix, Chex cereal Canned goods: soups, vegetables, fruits, tomato sauce Holiday meal staples: canned pumpkin, stuffing mixes, gravy mixes, cranberry sauce, frozen rolls and pies, instant potatoes, marshmallows.
There are certain recipes that it seems every parent should know how to make: the perfect grilled cheese (with crusts on or off), a mean mac and cheese, and -- definitely topping the list -- the all-American chocolate chip cookie. No doubt, what Proust's madeleines were to him, the chocolate chip cookie is to a vast number of Americans born this side of World War II. Our hearts go as soft as one of those little semi-sweet morsels just at the aroma of a batch baking in the oven; the first warm and tender bite followed by a gulp of cold milk is enough to take us back to everything that was good about being a kid (forget skinned knees and bedtimes; this is snow days, sledding and Saturday morning cartoons all rolled into one).
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.