Day 9- The Art of Wearing Your Fat Dreams
Dark chocolate milk up top and banana milk on the bottom. These rich homemade frozen milks placed in my children’s lunch boxes are perfectly defrosted by lunchtime into a smoothie-like treat. My kiddos have become very used to being Mamma’s guinea pigs. Sometimes.
pinch sugar or a smidge of honey
enough organic whole milk to equal 12 ounces
Place banana and pinch of sugar in a blender, add enough milk to equal 12 ounces, then blend until smooth. Pour into three 8 ounce mason jars and freeze until solid. Top with …
2 ounces semi sweet baking chocolate, chopped
12 ounces organic whole milk
1 1/2- 2 T. sugar
Heat milk in microwave for about one minute or until almost hot.* Stir in chocolate and sugar until smooth. Add to blender and add more milk to equal 12 ounces. Blend. Pour over each frozen banana milk. Freeze until solid. *If you have a vitamix like I, no need to heat or chop the chocolate. Throw the chocolate, sugar, and milk in the vitamix and blend a few minutes on high. Makes three 8 ounce mason jar milks.
Note– These defrost in the lunch box in 4 hours but are still very cold and slushy. Give it a good shake, remove lid, and enjoy. For more fun, pack a straw too!
You may also like my Neapolitan Milk– layered chocolate, strawberry, and white milk.
There is something about being creative that makes us feel alive. Creating something dreamed up in our minds and carried out by our hands- so very satisfying. What has been one of your most exciting creations lately? Share your thoughts in the comments section, we would all love to know what you have been up to!