My favorite drink is honey chocolate milk; I like it because I can drink this hot or cold. Plus, I can make it by myself. I use the honey because it is so good in chocolate milk and it makes my taste buds very happy! I don’t like sugar because it is overly sweet. I also like that I can use different honeys; like blueberry or local honey. I don’t get it a lot, but I really love this drink with whip cream.
1 Tbsp.- Cocoa powder
I take about 3 ounces of the milk and warm it up in the microwave, 30 seconds. I then add the honey to the milk and give it a good stir. Then I add the cocoa powder and stir it until thoroughly mixed. Then add the rest of the milk and stir again. If your like me, you will love whip cream on top! Enjoy the honey chocolate milk!!
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No matter the time of year; our family really enjoys malt o meal! In our house, malt o meal reflects the season we are in. When it is spring, we add strawberries and bananas. When it is summer, we add peaches or lemon whipped honey. When it is fall, it is chunks of pumpkin or apple cinnamon whipped honey. When it is winter, we use a cinnamon or winter spice whipped honey. There are many occasions for which we will sprinkle a little cocoa powder in to add a hint of chocolate. No matter the weather we enjoy this as much as possible! We don’t eat a lot of salt in our daily diet and have to add a little more than most are used to; please adjust accordingly! We hope you enjoy this amazing breakfast as much as we do!
1 cup- Water
¼ tsp.- Salt
1/3 cup- Malt o meal
½ cup- Strawberries
1 Tbsp.- Honey
Put water and salt into a small sauce pan; bring to a boil. Take the water off of the heat and stir in the malt o meal; let set to thicken. Scoop the malt o meal into a bowl; sprinkle with the strawberries and banana. Lastly, drizzle the honey right on top. This recipe makes a single serving. ENJOY!
-Add blueberries instead of banana
-Try with a splash of milk
-Add ¼ tsp. of vanilla when mixing in the malt o meal to add more flavor
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