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We’ve been drinking some serious Ovaltine in our house over the past few weeks because….well, because it’s just that good! Not only do I love to drink it as a late night snack (shhhh don’t tell!), but the kids love it too! It’s awesome that the kids love it because it’s high in Vitamin A, C and D, as well as a good source of iron!

A few weeks ago a friend told me that there are a number of recipes online that use Ovaltine and I didn’t quite believe it. I mean really? Cooking with Ovaltine?

So I googled. Cause that’s what you do when you don’t believe something, right?

Sure enough, right there in front of my eyes was a long list of brightly colored blue recipes containing Ovaltine! Ovaltine Cake, Ovaltine Brownies, Shakes, Froth….even bread! All of this could be made right inside my kitchen with a can of chocolatey Ovaltine <—– Yes I just said that!

What was surprising to me, was that all of the recipes I perused were very simple to make. Just a few ingredients including Ovaltine and I could offer my family some tasty treats with the 8 vitamins & minerals included in Ovaltine. Swwwwweeeeet!

Here are a few of my favs…

Ovaltine Froth

3/4 c. milk
1/2 c. crushed ice
1 (1.1 oz.) pkg. Ovaltine drink mix
1 scoop vanilla ice cream
Sliced strawberries, whipped cream and shaved chocolate

Combine milk, ice, Ovaltine and ice cream in blender. Blend 20 seconds. Serve in a 13 1/2 oz. chilled glass. Garnish with sliced strawberries, whipped cream and shaved chocolate. Makes 1 serving.

Melt Your Heart Brownies

1 box brownie mix
1 bag each mini Kitkats, TWIX®, SNICKERS®, Reeses cups
1 Pillsbury Heat ‘n Pour icing (chocolate)
1/4 cup Ovaltine chocolate mix
9×13 glass baking dish
Line the bottom of the baking dish with the mini candies in random order or alternate the candies. Prepare the brownie mix as directed and pour over the candy. Sprinkle the Ovaltine mix over the top of brownie mix. Bake as directed.
Let brownies cool and top off with the Heat n Pour icing. It’s absolutely fabulous!

Sounds Yummy, doesn’t it? Now it’s your turn to have a chance at a little yummy!

Win It!
One Lucky “Deal”ectible Mommies reader will WIN a Gift Basket filled with Ovaltine products and other yummy treats!


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How to Enter: Simply tell me if you knew you could COOK WITH OVALTINE!  I’m curious if I was the only one oblivious to this!

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The boring stuff: US residents only. Giveaway ends on November 30th at midnight! Winner will be chosen at random.

Disclaimer: Nestle provided me with a gift basket to facilitate my review and I received compensation for my time in writing this post. Recipes came from Cooks.com. My thoughts and opinions continue to remain my own!

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  • Reply mary mckay November 18, 2010 at 11:49 am

    wow i’ve never heard of that gotta try it

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  • Reply Shannon Mooney November 18, 2010 at 1:37 pm

    I LOVE Ovaltine but I never would have thought to cook with it, although now that you’ve mentioned it it makes complete sense lol. I’m going to have to try some of those brownies! :)

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    No, I didn’t know you could cook with Ovaltine! How neat! Thank you!
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    I had no idea you could COOK WITH OVALTINE!

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    never knew you could cook with that

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  • Reply Toyin November 18, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    Sounds yummy, thanks for sharing.

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    I had no idea! But I love Ovaltine. My whole family does.

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  • Reply terri p November 18, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    I drink Ovaltine every day because vitamins bother me, and Ovaltine is full of them !! I use Ovaltine to flavor sugar-free vanilla pudding…sooo good. A favorite way to use Ovaltine is: make a sundae with vanilla or chocolate ice cream, spoon cherry topping on the ice cream, drizzle a little chocolate syrup on top and the sprinkle generously with Ovaltine. It’s called a Dusty Rose…..

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  • Reply Terri P. November 18, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    I drink Ovaltine every day because vitamins bother me. I use Ovaltine to flavor sugar-free vanilla pudding. I also like it generously sprinkled on top of a cherry sundae that has been drizzled with chocolate syrup….great stuff..

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    Wow, I never knew you could cook with Oveltine! So you definatly aren’t the only one LOL I’m loving the ideas also. Thanks for posting =)
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    I had no idea you could cook with Ovaltine but if I really think about it I guess it would be perfect to make desserts with.
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    I had no idea you could cook with Ovaltine! I’m definitely going to have to try some of their recipes! My kids will love it.

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    I never knew that you could cook with Ovaltine, but I guess it makes since now that I think about it.

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    I never thought about cooking with Ovaltine but you can use it to make shakes.

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    I had no idea you could cook with Ovaltine!! Now I MUST try it!

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    I never knew that you could cook with Ovaltine until this post! It never even crossed my mind.

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    No idea, but now I have to try it! Thanks for the chance.

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  • Reply Christie November 20, 2010 at 1:28 pm

    I had no idea, but my favorite snack when I was a kid was buttered toast with Ovaltine sprinkled on it. (I’m a facebook fan).

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    Quite honestly-I did not know you could cook with Ovaltine-thanks for the giveaway :)

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  • Reply Ysenia Ramirez November 24, 2010 at 12:34 am

    Wow, I had no idea. Very cool. I love Ovaltine., and have been serving it to my children for about a year now.

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    I had no idea that I could cook with Ovaltine!!

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  • Reply Jennifer T. November 26, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    I was clueless that one could cook with Ovaltine. But those Melt your Heart Brownies sound delish!
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  • Reply trixx November 30, 2010 at 9:42 pm

    Nope, I didn’t know either. I drank Ovaltine growing up and it never crossed my mind. Now I have to try!

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    I had no idea you could cook with it, I usually mix it with milk.

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