Caramel Cinnamon Milk

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CMPB (California Milk Processors Board) needs a round of applause. I love this organization, not only do they talk the talk they walk the walk. I know you’re thinking I’m throwing confetti on CMPB because this is a sponsored post, but let’s be real here, that is not the case. They really are supporting causes that speak to my heart and inner child. Recently they have partnered up with 3 different Golden State community based organizations: Think Together, The Bay Area Community, and Central Valley Afterschool foundation. CMPB will help raise money for these organizations which support afterschool and summer programs offering families wholesome real simple food options to encourage a healthy lifestyle.   They hope to raise a total of $50,000 from July 9, 2012 to August 5 , 2012.  Here’s the awesome part, they don’t just expect that you will donate, they have come up with a clever idea of making these irresistibly cute vintage looking glasses and selling the pair for $15 dollars (Click here to order your own), that includes shipping and handling. That’s an unheard of price for such stylish glassware. These uber cool glasses coincide with the GOT MILK “Science of Imitation Milk” campaign they have going on, where they compare REAL MILK to the imitation stuff. You will see on the glass a laundry list of all the ingredients that go into imitation milk vs. the two that go into real milk. It’s not pretty by comparision.

What to pour in my new milk glasses? I made caramel cinnamon milk to sip on a warm day and to show off my new glassware. :) Enjoy!

Ingredients for Caramel Cinnamon Milk:

3 – cinnamon sticks

2 – cups water

3 – tablespoons spreadable caramel ( I like to use cajeta)

1 – glass of cold milk

In a medium saucepan over a high flame add cinnamon sticks and water. Bring to a boil. Allow to boil for 10 minutes. Remove from flame and pour cinnamon tea into a bowl. Then mix caramel into cinnamon tea. Mix until completely dissolved.

  

Then pour into a popsicle mold and freeze over night.

Remove from freezer and slowly pull a caramel cinnamon popsicle from tray. Pour a nice big glass of cold milk and place popsicle in milk and allow to melt for about 20 minutes. Then take a sip of a refreshing cold caramel cinnamon milk.

        

As part of the Foodbuzz Featured Publisher Program, I received a stipend and got milk? glassware in exchange for my participation in this program.

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11 Responses to Caramel Cinnamon Milk

  1. The warm cinnamon milk looks divine! Can’t wait to try it!

  2. RubyDW says:

    This awesome. Perfect treat for little ones! I’ll be sure to pin this for later use !

  3. I’m making this, they look delicious!

  4. Yum! This looks amazing!

  5. Aracely says:

    Love this post! Yes this is perfect for the little ones and a summer treat. I’ve been thinking about getting a popsicle mold to make some homemade popsicles this summer. Where did you get yours?

  6. Caryn B says:

    Wow what a great idea…and perfect for the summer! Delish!

  7. Love milk and cinnamon. I do it almost every day, switching between soy and cow’s milk. Sooo good. I always add bananas to mine! :)

  8. How original! I love that you dip the popsicles in the milk! Cinnamon, cajeta and milk….yum!

  9. Thank you for informing me of this important initiative focused on health and nutrition for deserving kids, plus a recipe to cool off this summer. Doesn’t get better!

  10. This recipe looks delicious! Currently obsessed with popsicles, so will definitely try this.

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