Children are introduced to milk from the minute they enter this world. It’s a necessity for most of them, but as they age some kids grow to dislike the one thing they loved. Fortunately, my daughter still gulps it down like there is no tomorrow, but I know that some parents struggle to get their children to drink enough milk that meets the recommended daily dosage.
What’s a parent to do when their child(ren) simply refuses to drink it straight when it’s a good source of protein?
Easy, you get creative and a little bit sneaky.
There are many non-complicated and tasty ways to incorporate nutritious milk into their diet.
Easy Ways to Sneak Milk into Your Kid’s Meals
It’s important for kids to get protein at every meal, especially breakfast. Getting enough protein in the morning can help kids feel fuller, longer, so they can start the day off right.
Have I given you a new-found sense of hope?
When all else fails simply had chocolate syrup to a glass of milk and serve.
Now here’s a way we can give hope to others that may need it as well. Participate in the Great American Milk Drive and join the effort to help deliver fresh milk and its high-quality protein to children in need this summer.
You can help feed a childhood in your community this summer with a small donation at milklife.com/give. A donation as little as $5 can deliver a highly desired and nutrient-rich gallon of fresh milk to children who need it most. Deliver a gallon of nutrient-rich milk and help to ensure that all children have the potential to play, learn and grow.
- Prizes: 15 Milk Life Prize Packs (ARV $25) provided by Sponsor
- Dates: Monday, June 13 at 12:00am PT – Friday, July 8 at 12:00am PT
- Entry Options: Readers may enter the giveaway via the widget
- Notification: Winners will be randomly selected and notified by Clever Girls and/or Milk Life by Friday, July 22, 2016
- Terms & Conditions: The official Terms & Conditions are included in the widget; here is the high-level eligibility criteria:
- Age 18+
- US resident only
- Only one winner per household
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.