“Baby, Have your milk, fast!!!”
“No, I don’t like it!!!”
“What don’t you like it? It’s good for health, please have it fast!!!”
I have this argument with my son almost every day. While this does not start my day on the right note, at the same time, I am also quite worried about his health. Every morning his school bus is on time, and I find my little one running with his bag while I hold the half-filled glass in my hand and breakfast plate in the other one. This is a typical scene at my place every morning. This leaves me worried about his health & I am worried if he will ever get used to the idea of having milk every day!
My little one is a fussy eater, and homemade food does not interest him. On the other hand, he loves junk food and given an option; he can have chips, cold drinks all day. Every day I make efforts to wake up early to prepare his breakfast so that he eats healthy food. However, he does not co-operate with me.
I have also made efforts to make his food interesting by adding different flavors to his milk. Like any other fussy kid, he does not seem to relish milk in any format. He always makes faces when milk is a part of his meal. I worry about his nutrition and growth when we waste his milk and this happens on most days.
Even the other day he was running in the park and complained of leg pain. I took him to the doctor the next day.
Just recalling my conversation with my doctor below –
“Doctor!! He complains of leg pain throughout the night”
“Please get his vitamin D checked. I think he has low calcium in his body; you need to increase his milk intake or anything that supplements it.
The moment I heard that from my doctor, my eyes teared up. I felt at some level I was not fulfilling my responsibility as a mother. I have sacrificed my everything for him, and here he is bearing the brunt of his fussy attitude. I did not know what I could do to improve this. I was very upset about the whole thing. When we got home, I gave him his prescribed medicine and went to sleep.
The next day, I shared my problem with a friend of mine. She has two kids, and both of them come to the same park and love playing together with my son. I asked her how she managed to give them milk. She spoke about Cavin’s Milkshake. She also mentioned the different flavors and the 86% milk content in it, which makes it completely healthy and safe for kids.
I was super excited to try this out and find out about his reaction, so I ordered all the flavors, i.e. strawberry, vanilla, chocolate flavors online. Once it arrived, I gave him two flavors to try. I was curious to find out which flavor he liked better. I was curious to find out which tastes better. To my surprise, he liked both of them. That was the end of all my worries.
Now, he loves his milk time and does not trouble me. He has his milk twice in the day. Once before his school and one during his play time at the park. All I have to do is to hand him over the tetra pack which contains the right amount of milk he needs for his growth.
Why Cavin’s Milkshake?
Well! It’s difficult for moms to get their kids to have milk. Kids are fussy about having milk. In the long-term, lack of calcium can impact their health. Cavin’s milkshake is an absolute savior in this scenario. 200gm pack milkshake contains 86% thick and creamy pure milk. This is nothing but a complete biological package of several nutrients harmonized naturally together in adequate proportions to support growth, health, and nutrition. Kids will definitely get a critical part of their daily milk requirement of energy, carbohydrates, Proteins, calcium, and vitamins.
Also, there are many delicious desserts which are prepared using Cavin’s milkshake. I tried making an interesting dessert and am sharing the recipe with all of you. If you try anything new or the same recipe, please share the pictures I would love trying them.
Below are two recipes which do not even take 5 minutes but tastes heavenly!!!
- Cavin’s Chocolate Shake
- Cavin’s Vanilla Shake
- Chocolate Syrup
- Chocolate Sauce
- Refrigerate Cavin’s Chocolate and Vanilla milk separately in two containers.
- Take a medium size bowl
- Dip a Chocolate Biscuit in Chocolate Sauce place it in the bowl.
- Scoop a Vanilla and Chocolate to top it.
- Repeat this process thrice.
- Pour Chocolate sauce at the end.
- Yummy Biscuit pudding is ready.
- Chocolate/Vanilla ice cream
- 1/4 c of melted chocolate
- 1 pack of vanilla Cavins milkshake
- 1 pack of Chocolate Cavins milkshake
- Some nutcracker and sprinklers
- Using a spoon coat the outer rim of the glass with chocolate and sprinkle some sprinkles on top of the chocolate.
- Pour some vanilla milkshake, and then add some chocolate milkshake. Repeat this 3 times until your glass is 3/4th filled
- Dress this in some ice cream
- You can add melted chocolate on top of it and also add the sprinklers.
- Add the snack bite and serve.