Kid-Approved Chocolate Drink Recipes to Try

Plus: tips on how to make your kids' fave drinks more exciting.

IMAGE Majoy Siason

What’s the easiest way to jazz up your kid’s fave hot chocolate drinks? Mix in some salted caramel sauce, hazelnut spread, or condensed milk!

 

According to Chef Tess Sutilo, Nestle Philippines resident chef, there are a couple of ways to make your child’s fave drinks more exciting to battle taste fatigue. “You can always add ingredients to make a drink taste better but you also have to be conscious of what you add in—they have to be nutritious, too. Make your drinks more fun but also make sure that it’s something your kids will enjoy.”

 

She adds, “Put ingredients that are colorful like marshmallows. You can also serve it in exciting ways: use silly or colorful straws or serve it in a shaker. If you can’t make the taste different all the time, package it to make it more exciting.”

 

Are chocolate drinks your child’s go-to everyday drink? Try these new recipes that require only a few ingredients:

 

Calcium Clutch

Makes 1 serving

1 22-gram sachet Milo

½ cup fresh milk

½ cup sterilized milk

1 teaspoon condensed milk or to taste

1 cup hot water

 

1 Dissolve Milo in mixture of fresh, sterilized, and condensed milk and hot water. Mix well to fully incorporate.

 

2 Transfer on individual serving glasses. Serve hot.

 

 

Energy Dunk

Makes 1 serving

 

1 22-gram sachet Milo

1 cup hot water

1/2 tablespoon caramel or to taste

pinch of salt or to taste

 

1 Dissolve Milo in hot water. Combine caramel and salt.

 

2 Add salted caramel into the prepared chocolate drink. Serve immediately.

 

Energy Slam

Makes 1 serving

1 22-gram sachet Milo

1 teaspoon of hazelnut spread or to taste

1 teaspoonsugar or to taste

1 ½ cup hot water

 

1 Dissolve Milo, hazelnut spread and sugar in hot water.

 

2 Transfer in individual serving glasses. Serve hot.

 

 

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