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7 classy children’s food and drink pairings

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Childrens Food and Drink Pairings

Kid drinking image by Shutterstock

Like a fine aged Polly-O string cheese matches beautifully with a chilled carton of Crowley’s chocolate milk, children are forever linked to their favorite food and beverage combinations. Join us as we take a look at the loving marriage of food and drink pairings as viewed through the eyes of the discerning child.

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Capri Sun

Bramus!, Flickr

Indulge your senses with the effervescent nectar of Capri Sun as you snack through a veritable cornucopia of salted crackers, artisanal processed cheeses and slices of factory-sourced ham. We recommend experimenting with various Capri Sun varietals to couple with your preferred Lunchable.

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mrbriandesign, Flickr

Take a trip to the refrigerator wherein you will surely decry the presence of that "purple stuff" and reach for Sunny D instead. Matches well with the alluring crunch of the Cheeto. This will leave an elegant dusting of cheese protein concentrate on your fingers for a bout of after-snack licking to relish long after the last enriched corn meal morsel is consumed.

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mountain dew

Steve Snodgrass, Flickr

The sweet rush of this exceedingly food-friendly, yellow 5-rich Dew of the Mount goes especially well with ranch-infused Doritos, lending to a snacking experience that will satisfy both your palette’s sweet tooth and cravings for more savory fare.

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katerha, Flickr

Hot chocolate’s cocoa-tinged intensity couples together in a most agreeable fashion with the unassuming jet-puffed magnificence of the marshmallow.

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apple juice

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No child can withstand the sugary anticipation of a proper Dunkaroo tasting session. This lip-smacking yet throat-drying ordeal finds its match in a pairing of strikingly sweet apple’s juice to free the throat from the aftermath of an icing-dipped cookie frenzy.

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williac, Flickr

A combination that has aged gracefully, the Oreo's potent cookie crunch and luscious crème filling dipped in a full-bodied milk can quench the most fearsome of sweet tooth and thirst alike.

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yoo-hoo, Flickr

The refreshing chocolaty twang of Yoo-hoo cuts effortlessly through the richness of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with the crusts cut off, providing a clean finish to this lunchtime treat.

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