#MilkDrinkersMilk Challenge with Cravendale
Considering there are only two of us in the house, and I don’t really drink milk, we go through a lot of it in this house. S loves milk; often it’s easier to get her to drink milk than to eat a meal.
This photo is from yesterday morning, when S managed two Minion mugs filled with milk, but wasn’t too keen to finish the breakfast (bacon and rice cakes – her choice) I had cooked for her.
I used to buy the smallest bottles of milk in the shop, so that our milk would always be fresh. Then I realised it was easier to just buy a bottle of Cravendale. It comes in four-pint bottles, but it’s also filtered and stays fresh for a week in the fridge… well, I mean I assume it lasts a week in the fridge; it says so on the bottle. So far the longest it’s lasted is 6 days before the bottle was empty!
S doesn’t eat cereal, so she doesn’t have milk on her breakfast like most children. She will occasionally have porridge, which I will make with milk for her. We sometimes make puddings or custard with milk, and I will sometimes have it in my coffee. Mostly though, it’s just guzzled by my little pickle – who has a permanent milk moustache!
This post is an entry for BritMums #MilkDrinkersMilk Linky Challenge, sponsored by Cravendale.
I hadn't heard of this challenge before. Well done to your daughter :) milk tash's are cute thismummylark recently posted...The Love Hate tag
Great to hear how you got on. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part. Kate Holmes recently posted...Should you go to your college reunion?