Shockingly simple, this is a way to not waste those empty bottles of Chocolate Syrup and use it to make chocolate milk =D
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Step 1: What You Need:
One almost empty bottle of syrup. Note: When i say almost empty I mean not washed out, there's always left over syrup in the bottle and usually that's enough!
Milk. Any kind will do, we happened to have Fat Free in the house so that's what i used. Whole milk usually tastes the best.
A Measuring cup Don't fret now, there is no measuring involved, that would make this too complex. I just used this for pouring the milk into the bottle (see step 3). A Funnel I suppose would be just as good if not better.
A Glass (for the end result)
Step 2: Step 3: the Hard Part
1. Pour the milk into your measuring cup
2. From there pour the milk into the empty bottle of syrup
3. TIGHTLY twist the cap on the syrup bottle (step may vary depending on the syrup bottle)
4. After you make sure it is TIGHTLY close on, as the song goes "Shake, Shake, Shake, Shake, uh shake it"!
5. Prepare for step 4!
Step 3: Your Done!
Hurray! Now simply, open the top (or be cool like me and pour it our from the bottle) into a glass of your choosing! Then drink up!
Step 4: Extras
All syrups work well for this, and it ends up tasting delicious! I hope you enjoy. Also, if you have left over be sure to label the bottle as Chocolate milk or use some identifier as seeing your friend go to put syrup on his sunday and instead of chocolate milk gushing out is not fun for him (although could provide some laughs for you) Hope you enjoy!