We’ve seen the sweetest Valentine’s Day (or any day!) treat for kids all over Pinterest and we love it! These frozen pink milk cubes are pretty and make drinking milk extra fun. Paired with our sprinkle rimmed glasses, we thought this would be an easy and healthy treat for the boys to enjoy.
Ingredients: Milk, red food coloring, and a silicone ice cube tray made of hearts (we got ours on clearance at Marshall’s, but you can usually find them in craft stores, or at Target).
1. In a glass measuring cup, stir a few drops of red food coloring into milk.
2. Add more drops of food coloring until you reach the desired shade of pink.
3. Pour or spoon pink milk into silicone ice cube tray.
Once the milk cubes are frozen, pop them out of the tray and add them to a glass of milk. Your children will love watching them melt and turn their milk pink!
Click here for a tutorial on our sprinkle rimmed glasses! We got these adorable heart sprinkles at Michael’s.
This recipe has room for many alternatives!
*Replace food coloring with strawberry syrup or powder.
*Use chocolate milk in glass instead of white milk.
*Make chocolate milk hearts and add to a glass of strawberry milk!
Oh, I Love them !!
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