Three different kinds of smoothies - kiwi, berry, and banana with fruits in the front on a wooden background.
Updated: April 22, 2024

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Milk 5 Ways

Three photos on how to use milk -- top photo is overnight oats with berries, middle photos is a casserole with broccoli and noodles, bottom folder is a creamy tomato soup.

Use an equal amount of milk in place of water in muffin or pancake batter. Add your favorite fruits like apples or berries, and spices like cinnamon to add flavor.

Overnight Oats
Soak oats in milk in the refrigerator overnight for a quick breakfast. Create new flavors every day with pantry items like drained canned fruit, nut butter, or canned pumpkin. Add cinnamon or honey for extra flavor. Overnight oats can be served warm or cold.

Use any type of milk and fruit that you have on hand like bananas, berries, or mango. If your fruit isn’t frozen, add a few ice cubes to thicken and chill the smoothie.

Make dinner easy! Combine chicken or canned fish, pasta, condensed soup, herbs, cheese, and a cup of milk. Bake until the casserole is lightly brown and bubbling around the edge of the pan. Freeze extras for another ready-to-heat and eat meal.

Create a creamy texture in soups by adding milk. Make your favorite soup like chicken or vegetable soup. Ten minutes before serving, stir in one cup of milk for every four cups of soup and simmer until heated through.



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