Momma Told Me: Drink your milk so you'll grow big and strong!
There were two uses for milk in my childhood; cereal and Pop's large steins of freshly frothed chocolate milk. Sometime when I was too young to recall, or perhaps the entire length of my family's history, we made the switch to 1% milk. I recall, in school, they'd serve reduced fat milk in cartons, that was sometimes 2-3% milkfat, and I'd curl my lip up in distaste. It was not the white watery liquid I'd come to know and call milk. Today, with lactose intolerant Jay, I rarely get to indulge in 'real' dairy products, and certainly not chocolate milk; there's simply too much sugar to consume it in drink form. (If I'm gonna 'cheat,' it's gonna be with a candy bar or something that takes more than a gulp to consume.) So, when BzzAgent presented me with a mission to try TruMoo, I was intrigued.
What Daughter Says: Don't compromise nutrition for flavor your kids will love, try TruMoo.
Hallow's Eve Rocky Road
*** Click here for printable rocky road ice cream recipe.
Makes 5 Cups Ice Cream
* 2.5 C TruMoo Chocolate Milk
* 1 C Heavy Cream
*Pinch of Salt
* Yellow and Orange Reeses Pieces
* 3/4 C Mini Marshmallows, or Diced Jumbo Marshmallows
1.) In a medium bowl beat to combine TruMoo, Salt, and Cream until fully combined.
2.) Refrigerate 2 hours, or overnight.
3.) Place into ice cream maker and allow to thicken 15 minutes before introducing add-ins (Reese's Pieces and marshmallows). Serve immediately, or store in air tight containers and freezer 2-3 hours for harder consistency.
**** Twist tops off Oreos and place 4 even strands of Twizzler's Pull N' Peel atop cream filling. Press top shut and garnish ice cream with 'spiders.'