Friday was an excellent day to “drop- in” to the museum! The got milk? team stopped by to share their favorite chocolate milk recipes with us and snap some milk mustache photos.
Local processors HP Hood and Midland farms provided chocolate milk and chocolate milkshakes for everyone to enjoy and get their chocolate milk mustache going on! There were also sticker mustaches for those who didn’t delight in the chocolate milk deliciousness. Once everyone’s chocolate milk mustache was in place, milk mustache photos were taken in a spooky and fun Halloween setting.
While waiting for pictures to print, the got milk? team handed out canvas goodie bags to all the kids. Goodie bags were stuffed full of got milk? t-shirts, fun Halloween sticker tattoos, chocolate milk recipes for moms and dads, and even chocolate milk to take home. It doesn’t get much better than that!
We all know that sweets are at the heart of the Halloween fun. Serving chocolate milk gives moms the opportunity to make the Halloween season a little bit healthier with out being booed by the kids. Drinking chocolate milk, the official drink of Halloween, is a tasty way to build strong bones that no one will find scary.
“Chocolate milk is a nutritious alternative to sugar-filled sodas and fruit drinks that contain little or no nutrients,” said Dr, Tanya Remer Altmann, MD, and author of Mommy Calls, Dr Tanya Answers Parents’ Top 101 Questions about Babies and Toddlers. “Chocolate milk provides the same nine essential nutrients as white milk and is packed with the calcium and vitamin D kids need to build strong bones.”
Here’s a spooky fact: two out of three kids fail to get enough calcium and studies show that kids who drink chocolate and other flavored milks have higher calcium intakes than those who don’t. They also tend to drink fewer sugary sodas and fruit drinks and are more likely to be at a healthy weight compared to kids who drink little or no milk.
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