dress up kids' chocolate milk glasses or single-serve plastic bottles.
Use a rubber band or ribbon to fasten the capes to the glass or bottle.
-- Turn an everyday pitcher of chocolate milk into a witch's broomstick by
surrounding it with pieces of straw and hay at your Halloween party.
Tie it all together with twine at the narrow part of the pitcher and
start pouring out the fun.
-- If there's a chill in the air, serve your chocolate milk warm with
marshmallows following a night of trick-or-treating. Surprise kids
with fun and festive Halloween cups and mugs purchased from a local
party supply store -- top it off with seasonal straws or curly sippers.
-- For a refreshing treat, create Halloween-themed chocolate milk chill
pops. Simply pour lowfat chocolate milk in ghost-shaped ice trays (or
in regular ice trays). Place a popsicle stick into the trays before
freezing to create a cool and convenient lowfat chocolate milk ice pop.
Official Drink of Halloween: Coming to a Spooktacular Event Near You
Throughout October, Chocolate Milk: The Official Drink of Halloween will appear at monster Halloween happenings in 25 cities across the nation.
There, visitors can take a souvenir chocolate Milk Mustache photo and score other got milk? goodies, sample delicious lowfat and fat free chocolate milk and speak with a registered dietitian who can help show how nutrient-rich beverages, like milk, can be a part of a healthy diet.
Halloween Recipes, Tips and Fun
For recipes and tips on making chocolate milk the Official Drink of
Halloween, visit http://www.thinkaboutyourdrink.com. Throughout October,
visitors also will be able to create their own Halloween eCards and upload
photos to design their own chocolate milk mustache.
|SOURCE Milk Processor Education Program|
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