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Adults and children of all ages need the calcium, protein and vitamin D found in milk for strong bones, teeth and muscles. Serve fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk or yogurt at meals and snacks. Find ways to include milk in other foods as well.
2 cups low-fat milk
1 (15 oz.) can drained, canned peaches (or 2 cups of sliced, fresh peaches)
½ teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Dash of nutmeg (if desired)
- Put the ingredients in a blender. Blend well.
- Sprinkle with nutmeg if you like.
- Serve cold. Makes 4 servings (1 cup each).
Raspberry Lemonade Ice Pops1 container (6 oz.) raspberry lemonade yogurt
½ cup frozen raspberries
6 paper cups (5-oz size)
12 oz. (2 containers 6 oz. each) vanilla yogurt
- In blender, place raspberry lemonade yogurt and frozen raspberries. Cover; blend on medium speed until smooth.
- Divide raspberry mixture evenly among paper cups. Top with vanilla yogurt.
- Place cups in freezer about 20 minutes or until partially frozen.
- Insert 1 stick in each up. Freeze 1 ½ to 2 hours longer until completely frozen
- To eat, peel off paper cups. Makes 6 servings.
Adapted from: USDA's Milk, Yogurt & Cheese Recipes 2/29/2012