3 Ways to Get Picky Eaters to Love Dairy Milk

Even though we as parents know the benefits of DHA on our kids bodies and brains - not to mention the protein, calcium, vitamins and minerals found in fairlife ultra-filtered milk - our kids aren't always swayed so easily. Do you have a picky eater at home who just isn't interested in a glass of milk at dinner or a bowl of cereal in the morning? Watch this video for 3 Ways to Get Picky Eaters to Love Dairy Milk.

One surefire way to get my kids to try something new is to offer it as a dessert or snack. We love to make popsicles in our house. Use your favorite popsicle molds, pour in the fairlife Superkids Ultra-Filtered Milk, and pop into the freezer for 4-6 hours. You'll have a creamy, chocolatey, frozen treat to offer your kids as an after school snack or dessert.  fairlife SuperKids 2% reduced fat ultra-filtered milk has 30% less sugar than the leading DHA Omega-3 milk so you know they’re also getting a low sugar snack.

Serve a cold glass of fairlife alongside your child's favorite food. Try out the Ultimate PB&J, freshly baked cookies or brownies. There's nothing better than a tall glass of ice cold fairlife alongside a yummy treat fresh from the oven! Better yet, jazz up the milk with their favorite fresh or frozen fruit. Raspberries, strawberries, or dragon fruit will make a naturally colored bright pink drink you can enjoy together.

Make drinking milk fun! Use straws and see who can blow the biggest milk bubbles. Take a big drink at the same time to make milk mustaches.

I like to use fairlife to help my kids get the nutrients they need because a cup of fairlife SuperKids ultra-filtered milk contains 50% more protein and 30% more calcium than the leading DHA Omega-3 milk, and is lactose-free. It’s a great addition to meal or snack time.

How do you make getting extra nutrients into your kids diets fun? Tell me your tips in the comments below!

This post is sponsored by fairlife. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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