10 Adult Chocolate Milk Recipes

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Take your chocolate milk to the next level.

Chocolate milk is one of the easiest treats to make — and we believe there are a couple of tricks for making the perfect glass. After drizzling your favorite syrup into a tall glass of milk and taking a sip of the chocolatey goodness, have you ever stopped to wonder how you could make it even better?

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Yes, milk is a unique ingredient with a particular texture, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t stir in a little something extra to make it taste truly stupendous. In fact, there are many ways you can make this favorite childhood beverage into something very grown up.

Booze, syrup, cereal, brandy, you name it — we have a plethora of suggestions for how to make a truly exceptional glass of chocolate milk.

Who’s ready to get their sweet tooth going? Here’s our roundup of 10 recipes that will make chocolate milk better than ever before. It’s time to get fancy!

Brandy Milk Punch

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The Brandy Milk Punch cocktail.

Milk meets brandy in this wonderful drink that is traditionally enjoyed as a brunch cocktail in New Orleans. Drizzle in your favorite brand of chocolate syrup and stir to add an extra hint of flavor.

Click here for the Brandy Milk Punch recipe.

Chocolate Avocado Smoothie

Avocados and chocolate? Yum!

What’s great about a smoothie is that you can blend it to any consistency. This smoothie recipe is ideal for a post-workout treat, or if you’re just looking to enjoy a chocolate drink without unnecessary added sugar. Blend this recipe long enough to give it a thinner, milk-like texture.

Click here for the Chocolate Avocado Smoothie Recipe.

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