My sweet B. is the author of this recipe for chocolate milk. She taught it to C. and they make it every day. It doesn't require sweetening – our raw goat milk is plenty sweet. But adjust to your little ones' preferences, perhaps by adding a bit of raw honey.
In a pint size jar (2 cups), fill three-quarters full with raw cow or goat milk. Add one tablespoon cocoa powder (or carob powder, which happens to be B.'s and C.'s preference). Secure with tight-fitting lid.
Shake it up! Perhaps for 30 seconds to a minute.
(Kids: Be sure to rinse your own jar and load it in the dishwasher yourself.)
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