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LizzieO Thu 28-Jun-07 10:27:26

mornin all
I very foolishly got my toddler hooked on pink milk (the powdered Nestle stuff) i used to love it when i was little and you know how you sometimes want to share your favourite childhood food with them.

ANyway really silly as he then started asking for it all the time, and we noticed that when he went to bed he would be an absolute loony, like he had just had drugs of something. ANyway the story now is that we have run out of pink milk (forever if you know what i mean) can anyone suggest a nice additive free milkshke type of drink that i can replace his pink milk with

would be extremely grateful

Nbg Thu 28-Jun-07 10:29:10

Make your own smoothie.

Blitz some strawberries or raspberries on mix with milk.

Blu Thu 28-Jun-07 10:29:24

What about introducing 'white milk' from the North Pole....this , of course is v cold ordinary milk, with an ice-berg or two of frozen milk floating in it?

Or float a little Horlicks on top, which goes nice and toffee-ish. (that was my childhood treat!)

Blu Thu 28-Jun-07 10:30:48

I weaned DS fromm drinking too much juice by introducing 'mountain water'. (tap water v cold in an Evian bottle)

wishingfourgotone Thu 28-Jun-07 10:31:28

i didnt read full op properly as usuall and was going to suggest a drop of food colouring then realised you wanted no muck in so that probably no help

southeastastra Thu 28-Jun-07 10:33:34

i love crusha and though its loaded with sweetners you only need a tiny amount to make it pink

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