This post is an entry for BritMums #MilkDrinkersMilk Linky Challenge, sponsored by Cravendale.
I recently took up BritMums latest challenge #MilkDrinkersMilk with Cravendale to write about our family’s favourite way to drink Cravendale milk. For us, we use milk in so many different ways, like making a cup of tea or coffee, dunking a favourite biscuit into warm milk, drinking it cold with their favourite chocolate straw, making milkshakes, breads, soups and many more.
If you not familiar with Cravendale, they use fine ceramic filters (microfiltration), removing more particulates and organisms than conventional methods. It is then pasteurised through the high-temperature short-time process, and bottled in opaque rather than transparent containers. With the combination of microfiltration and their unique bottle, it provides a long lifespan when refrigerated. Of course, it also means there is a premium charged. They are slightly pricier than other supermarket milk. You can choose from whole, semi-skimmed and skimmed milk. There’s a two-litre bottle, a one-litre bottle and the mini 500ml bottle available in major supermarkets. Have you tried them out yet?
We have! I always buy the big two litre bottle which is just the right amount for our family. The children like to drink the milk neat (both warm and cold), whereas Mr C and I tend to use it as an additive to other drinks.
This is them enjoying their bottles of milk in style and with their favourite snacks- warm donut rings as an after school treat! They both love the deliciously creamy Cravendale pure milk! What about you?
Disclosure: We received the vouchers to buy the milk for the purposes of writing this post however all thoughts and opinions remain our own.