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It’s Lactose Intolerance Awareness Month! If you thought being diagnosed Lactose Intolerant meant giving up your favorite dairy foods, we’ve got some great news! The amount of lactose in dairy products are not all the same and there are several choices that could be right for you. Here’s our top 5: Lactose Free Milk– It’s real..
Are you in the club? Every month this year, we’ll unveil a different “Grilled Cheese of the Month” recipe LIVE on Facebook. Each month’s recipe will be unique to the time of year, and after every reveal, you can download the recipe at GrilledCheeseClub.com Fun, right? In case you missed January or February’s unveiling, here is..
Guest post by Erin Will, an Indiana Dairy Ambassador. Erin is a sophomore at Purdue University studying Animal Science with plans to attend vet school after graduation. Erin grew up on a dairy farm in southwest Indiana. I am truly so happy in my decision to attend Purdue University and am so blessed to be at..
While the January weather turns from colder to colder, how about prepping some overnight oats? This recipe comes from our friends at National Dairy Council and is perfect for those mornings you’re either running out the door or want to enjoy coffee one cup longer!
Making time to prepare traditional holiday treats is something many of us do this time of year. Whether it’s Auntie’s frosted cinnamon rolls, Grandma’s strawberry fluff or cookies and milk for Santa, we’ve all got our favorite food rituals. If your family is like ours, those recipes tend to include a few delicious dairy ingredients..
Our Dairy Ambassadors have been working like elves all year to promote Indiana dairy farming and foods. How will they and their families celebrate their hard work this holiday season? All five of our Ambassadors will be returning home from Purdue University to celebrate Christmas with their families and here are some of their traditions…
Recently, we asked Fuel Up to Play 60 supporters, “When it comes to dairy items, for what are you most grateful?” We expected a basic answer in return, but some of the responses were SO heartfelt, we thought it was only right to make a blog series. This is the fourth blog in our series as..
Recently, we asked Fuel Up to Play 60 supporters, “When it comes to dairy items, for what are you most grateful?” We expected a basic answer in return, but some of the responses were SO heartfelt, we thought it was only right to make a blog series. This is the third blog is our series as..
Here are some Spooktacular pumpkin recipes I found and wanted to share with you! They would be great for Halloween!
Who doesn’t love bread pudding? And this savory-sweet version — prepped the night before — can be the star at a weekend brunch or a ready main dish for a family supper. Leftovers can be quickly reheated in the microwave… a perfect after-school snack! by Annie Watts,1 pound peeled baby carrots, 2 cups chopped onion, 2 cloves garlic, minced, 1 teaspoon marjoram leaves, ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg, ¼ teaspoon pepper, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 (8-ounce) can juice-pack crushed pineapple, drained, 1 cup dried cranberries or raisins, 6 slices whole wheat bread, toasted and cubed, 5 eggs, 2 cups skim milk, 8 ounces Cabot® 50% Reduced Fat Cheddar Cheese, shredded (2 cups), 1 cup chopped toasted walnuts