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Ready for a change to the standard palette of flavored milks (Chocolate, Banana, Strawberry, etc.)?

Here's how to Do It Yourself!

(DIY can be applied to making grape milk, peanut butter milk, lemon milk - almost any flavor of milk!)

See also, how to make Banana Milk, which is similar and delicious.

Step 1: Assemble Tools & Ingredients

Tools:
  • Bowl
  • Wire Wisk or Mixer or Blender
  • Glasses

Ingredients:
  • Milk
  • Flavored Jelly or Jam

Step 2: Mix

Put the flavoring in the jar or bowl.

Pour in the milk.

Blend.


Step 3: Enjoy.

Mmm. Got a mint mustache?
What is the jelly to milk ratio?
Wonderfully simple. I like it!
whats in the bottle of smuckers?
mint flavored jelly
is that mint jello?
no - read the instructable<br/>it's mint <strong>jelly</strong><br/>
never heard of that
It's really only around during Christmas time. Not gonna lie, it kinda sucks except on cookies.
or lamb
oh
try this on custard... FIVE STARS!!!
I tried it with strawberry jam and it was very good! Good job!
i think you Americans call jelly gelatin or something like that.
we call it jell-o (jello)
oh wait no we call jello jello. we call jelly jelly. :D
lol
we all speak English, but we spell things differently, (ie. mum-mom, etc.) we call the same things by different names, (jelly-jello, jam-jelly) it's quiet annoying.
AMEN! TESTIFY! *claps and waves hand in air*
brilliant! I love mint but not so much milk. could u try this wwith heavy cream!!!!!!??
I just add a candy cane to my milk and use a blender.
I went to the store and looked for mint jelly. I found none. The closest thing i found was mint flavoured applesauce and that is simply weird. Anywho I got some mint extract and tried that. It was the most bizarre taste experience i have ever had. I could smell the mint a mile away as could every one else who entered the room. But when i tasted the mix, it had no mint flavour. at all. tasted like milk but smelled like mint. very strange.
Surly mint flavoured chocolate would be nicer?
Hmm, minty chocolate milk.
What kind of alcohol works best with this? L
This is a "virgin grasshopper" (the real thing uses creme de menthe and creme de cacao (or kahlua)). My recipe for flavoured milk is: 2% milk, drops of red food dye, drops of artificial strawberry flavour, and Splenda for sweetening - low fat, low sugar, tastes indistinguishable from shop-bought strawberry milk...
Any chance for some instructions using fresh mint leaves?
I recommend bringing fresh mint leaves and milk into your kitchen and seeing what works. I've tried this with mint tea bags, which tend to give a subtler flavor than jellies.
You could also experiment with extracts.
hehh... seriously?
nice instructables, although it lacks a lot of information. describe what jams work best/why, how long to mix, and ratios of how much to how much. i know that it can mostly be seen from the pictures, although it would be better documented if you did.

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