We have recently been asked to show how we enjoy our Cravendale. the 2 boys and myself love milk however Doug is unable to drink fresh milk due to an allergy. Myself and the boys drink a lot of milk each week and we have only recently started drinking Cravendale.
Some Facts about Cravendale…
- Cravendale is finely filtered to make it taste so much fresher, and because a lot more of the bacteria which turns milk sour is removed the milk lasts longer.
- The Cravendale bottle is white because the light can affect the freshness of the milk.
- Cravendale can be bought in 2 litre, 1 litre and 500ml bottles
- Cravendale is sold all around the Uk and ROI.
- Cravendale is produced by 3200 British farmers who are part owners of the Arla foods around the country.
So how do we like to drink Cravendale?
Little man loves his Cravendale in many ways…
Putting maltesers in the Nutri bullet and then mixing with milk has to be his favourite though.
Loves it on his breakfast too…
Bubs also loves Cravendale now he is drinking fresh milk. Still likes it warming in his bottle.
For me nothing beats a cup of tea in the morning made with Cravendale. I sit down about 1030 in the morning after the school run, and cleaning up. Bubs goes for a sleep and I have a few minutes to myself, can’t beat a cuppa and a biscuit (or 2)
*This is my entry into the #milkdrinkersmilk challenge for Brit Mums sponsored by Cravendale.