Milk Recipes for National Milk Day

Got milk? This popular milk campaign has made its way to hundreds of advertisements, billboards, and even magazine flyers. Dozens of celebrities and models dress in their finest clothes and flaunt their finest makeup with a milk residue mustache on their top lip. Who would have thought the consumption of milk would be America’s most responsive element?

Today on January 11th, we celebrate National Milk Day. It is the day that milk started being delivered in sterilized bottles. Milk is a white liquid that mammals create in their mammary glands in order to feed their young ones. Milk contains great nutrients that our body needs to sustain such as calcium, protein, potassium and Vitamin D. There are even many different types of milk such as whole milk, skim milk, chocolate milk, coconut milk, almond milk, and lactose-free milk.

Of course, popular items like butter, cheese, yogurt, and ice cream all contain milk. However, there are a lot of surprising foods that contain milk that many people are unfamiliar with. Did you know that salad dressing, potato chips, tomato sauce, Nutella, boxed fish sticks, and all beef hot dogs all contain milk? With all of the different products that contain milk and all of the different types of milk, you may be consuming more milk than you realize!

I have taken the time in honor of National Milk Day to share with you a few appetizing recipes that include milk. Try them out and let us know how they turn out.

Loaded Broccoli and Cheese Soup

I am positive that this soup will be a hit especially during the cold days that we have experienced lately. This recipe includes 3 ½ – 4 cups of milk. The soup is naturally thick, however, if you would like to dilute it, feel free to add more milk. If you want to make it, check it out here.

Ice Cube Tray Chocolates

Are you a fan of those boxes of chocolates that are a huge hit during holidays like Valentine’s Day? Some include a description that showcases what each chocolate consists of. Others, you bite into it and you never know what you are going to taste- maybe cherry, white cream, caramel or even nothing. Why not make those same amazing chocolates at home with your favorite fillings? This recipe calls for 2 ½ cups of milk. Check out how easy this process is here.

There are hundreds of tasty foods that include milk. These are just a few that you can try and also have fun creating. In honor of national milk day, let’s all create or enjoy something today that requires this rich, nutrient-filled liquid. Whether it be broccoli and cheese soup, cereal, protein shakes or even brownies; let’s celebrate and make a toast to the dairy farmers who produce it.




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