October is all about pumpkin spice and we couldn’t be happier! Here is our twist on a traditional pumpkin spice drink that is loaded in calcium, protein, and delicious pumpkin flavor! It is also a perfect fall dessert after a family dinner.
With school starting up again, we want to keep breakfasts simple and this overnight chia pudding does exactly that! Assemble in the evening after dinner; leave overnight in the fridge, and breakfast will be ready to go by morning.
Ranch dip is a summertime staple, so we’ve updated this classic just in time for BBQ season! Here we have the perfect twist to the traditional recipe using KABRITA’s non-GMO Whole Goat Milk Powder, making our version both high in protein and cow’s milk dairy free.
Put a goat milk twist on candy cane hot cocoa for the holidays! Swapping traditional powdered milk with goat milk formula boosts nutrition and makes it a great treat for kids with cow milk sensitivity!
Pack crunchy, healthy granola bars for a treat in kids’ lunch boxes, serve as an after-school snack or crumble them over yogurt for breakfast. This easy recipe adds a protein and fiber punch to granola, as well as essential nutrients including calcium and iron. Plus, they’re cow milk-free and great for children with cow milk sensitivity.
Kids with cow milk sensitivity don’t have to miss out on their favorite foods! Here are some of our favorite cow milk-free recipes.
These soft cheesy biscuits are ready in less than half an hour! These wholesome, cow milk-free treats are excellent for breakfast or lunch and are great for kids with cow milk sensitivity. Plus, they’re easy to pack for a picnic!
Pack crisp and juicy oven-fried chicken for your next picnic! To make these delicious chicken bites, we swapped the usual buttermilk or ranch dressing for Kabrita Goat Milk Formula for a healthier, cow milk-free alternative to classic fried chicken.
A delicious way to try goat milk on the grill! This marinade adds a fresh mango twist to chicken, and is a great way to add vitamins and calcium to family dinner time.
This creamy dressing boosts calcium and adds a burst of flavor to vegetables and fruit – either as a salad dressing or a dip. Plus, it’s made with goat milk yogurt so it’s great for children with cow milk sensitivity. Your kids might just end up with a new favorite healthy snack!