The much loved Milk Calendar is back with fresh recipes perfect for family meals
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Nov. 10, 2014 /CNW/ - Atlantic Canada's favourite calendar is arriving on doorsteps and newsstands this week with fresh recipes that are sure to whet East Coast appetites. The 2015 Milk Calendar will be distributed for free in the Charlottetown Guardian and the St. John's Telegram on Thursday, November 13 and in the Chronicle Herald, Moncton Times & Transcript, Fredericton Daily Gleaner, and Saint John Telegraph Journal on Saturday, Nov. 15.
Showcasing a collection of 27 newly developed simple and easy recipes, from smoothies, soups to desserts, the 2015 Milk Calendar provides delicious and nutritious meal ideas that the whole family will enjoy.
"All the recipes in the 2015 Milk Calendar are simple, nutritious and delicious," says Renée Lavallée, chef and 2015 Milk Calendar spokesperson. "You can get the whole family involved, from youngest to oldest, in choosing, making, and, of course, feasting on these tasty recipes."
Some soon-to-be family favourites include Chocolate Milk and P.B. Smoothie, Mac & Cheese Muffins, Taco Supper Bake, and Mayan Chocolate Bundt Cake, to name just a few.
"Every Milk Calendar recipe can be ready in 45 minutes or less, includes at least one cup of milk, and meets the recommendations of Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating," says Renée. "This year's calendar also includes a 'Tip of the Month' for each monthly recipe with information on nutrition, healthy eating habits, menu planning, and cooking with dairy products."
In addition to the monthly recipes, the calendar features cheese, cream and baking recipe pages. Also included are cooking tips, a nutritional analysis for each recipe and options for varying some of the ingredients.
MilkCalendar.ca will feature all of the recipes found in the 2015 Milk Calendar. The website will also host monthly recipe demonstration videos for the 2015 Milk Calendar, as part of more than 90 recipe videos created for the Milk Calendar over the years.
About Dairy Farmers of Canada
Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) strives to create favourable conditions for the Canadian dairy industry, today and in the future. DFC works to maintain policies that foster the viability of Canadian dairy producers and to promote quality Canadian dairy products made from 100% Canadian milk as part of a healthy balanced diet.
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For further information: For media inquiries, to set up an interview with Renée Lavallée, or to receive an electronic version of the media materials, please contact: Sandra Da Silva / Geneviève Fontaine, Dairy Farmers of Canada, (647) 633-3741 / (514) 434-2347, [email protected] / [email protected]