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Strawberry Shortcake Hot Milk Drink

Strawberry Shortcake Hot Milk Drink

Makes 1 Serving

For the beverage:

California Licuados

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Makes 1 Serving for each recipe

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Molten Chocolate Cake Hot Milk Drink

Molten Chocolate Cake Hot Milk Drink

Makes 1 Serving

For the beverage:

  • 8 ounces reduced-fat (2%) chocolate milk
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup (dark or semi-sweet)

For the garnish:


California became the leading milk-producing state in 1993 and has led the nation in milk production ever since. California milk exceeds federal standards for calcium and other vitamins and minerals. Studies show that calcium found in nutrient-rich milk strengthens bones and helps prevent osteoporosis.

A Definition

Milk is produced by all mammals to nourish their young. Cow’s milk is also a nutrient-dense food for humans. Most milk sold commercially in the U.S. comes from dairy cows. Milk is naturally rich in calcium, vitamin D, protein and potassium.

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