Mixing it up With #MilkSplashRecipe

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Have you tried MilkSplash liquid milk enhancers yet?  If not they are a flavored mix you add to your milk (or other preferred beverage) while not adding any additional calories to give it a boost of flavor. Use MilkSplash for a change, a treat, or for those children who have a hard time drinking their milk if that's the case. Since we don't use cows milk in our house I tried out MilkSplash using almond milk, you can also use it with soy, coconut milk, ice cream, or even in your morning cereal.  With so many flavors to choose from and ways to use it, the combinations are only limited by your imagination.  MilkSplash has several flavors to choose from, so there will surly be a favorite (or two) your kids will love! There's Cookies N' Cream, Cocoa Loco, Orange Cream Dream, Sir Strawberry Swirl and Jammin' Banana. Each easy to use package has 24 servings and is so easy to take on the go, just pop it into a backpack, lunch box or purse and since it's a liquid there is no messy powders to clean up after. 

 MilkSplash Flavors, my take on the Jammin' Banana and Orange Cream Dream all whipped up.

 MilkSplash Flavors, my take on the Jammin' Banana and Orange Cream Dream all whipped up.

We all know it can sometimes be a battle to get our little ones to drink their milk, so I wanted to come up with a more clever way to present it and make it more fun.  Here's what I came up with using MilkSplash and a couple of things you may already have on hand in your kitchen.  By just frothing up the milk with a little hand frother, drinks will always look more appealing don't you agree?  And I always prefer a little garnish in my drink, even if it's just a straw.

Here I used the Sir Strawberry Swirl in almond milk, lightly whipped with the frother and topped it off with whipped cream and a straw. Yummy

MilkSplash Just squeeze in a drop, mix in and enjoy!

MilkSplash Just squeeze in a drop, mix in and enjoy!

Have some vanilla ice cream on hand?  Add a couple of scoops in a blender, a drop or two of your favorite MilkSplash flavor and some milk.  Blend till smooth and serve. The thing with MilkSplash is that you can add as little or as much as you want to taste.  Have more than one child you are making a shake for but want different flavors, now you don't have to have different flavors of ice cream on hand, just their favorite MilkSplash flavor. 

So what flavor of MilkSplash do you want to try?  We really liked the Jammin' Banana the best using a bit of real banana garnish, whipped cream and mini chocolate candy on top.

You can find MilkSplash at Target and Walmart as well as regional grocery chains HEB, Food Lion and Harris Teeter - with more to come.

You can check out http://milksplash.com/where-to-buy/ to find the retailer closest to you.  
Additionally, they are kicking off the 2014 “Splash Off” recipe contest.

They want to see the creative ways you can use MilkSplash in fun recipes for your family. Recipes can be submitted until November 29, 2014. One lucky winner will receive a $500 Visa gift card for entering the contest! The winner will be announced during the MilkSplash Twitter party on December 1, 2014. You must attend the party to win.  Look for the  

Please remember that all recipes must include at least one flavor of MilkSplash.  

I am excited to see all of the great recipes Moms can develop!

I would like to extend my gratitude to MilkSplash for sponsoring this post.