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Black and White Milk

This craft was inspired by Kitten's First Full Moon. To learn more about the book and see all our Kitten activities, click here

 

An ordinary glass of milk gets an artistic upgrade when the serving glass is painted with chocolate. Inspired by the black and white illustrations of Kitten's First Full Moon and the object of Kitten's curiosity, this easy recipe is sure to delight young readers. 

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Black and White Milk Painted Glass 

Black and White MilkPainted Glass Black and White Milk

Young Readers in the Kitchen

This recipe was made for kids! Once an adult helper has melted the chocolate in the microwave, kids can go to town decorating the inside of their glass. After chilling, all it needs is a pour of milk and it's ready to enjoy!

 

Black and White Milk

Ingredients

  • chocolate chips, 2 tablespoons should be plenty
  • milk
  1. Place chocolate chips in a small microwavable bowl. Microwave for 90 seconds, stirring halfway through, until melted.
  2. Using the back of a spoon, have young readers "paint" designs on the inside of their glass. Allow the chocolate to set for a few minutes. 
  3. Pour milk into glass, and serve!

Related Post: It Look Like Spilt Milkshake, inspired by, what else, It Looked Like Spilt Milk.

 

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Rebecca

Oh my! I've pinned this one, what a yumm idea.

Thanks for linking to the Sunday showcase.

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