Pink Ink for the Yink aka Strawberry Milk for little boys

Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel) brought to life an imaginative world for children to get lost in.  His books are timeless, his mark on the literary world…significant.  Some of the first books my children experienced were Dr. Seuss books.  March 2nd, his birthday, is National Read Across America Day.  What better way to encourage your children to read than by making the books come to life!

In honor of National Read Across America Day I shared a fun little treat with my kids while they read some of their favorite Dr. Seuss books.  In One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish there happens to be a Yink.  This Yink likes to drink pink ink and so would I if it happened to be strawberry milk!  Share your favorite Dr. Seuss books with the children in your life and whip up this fun, healthy, and easy “pink ink”!

Learning never tasted this good!



  1. Great Blog!! What a great idea to get the kids reading!

    • Budget Gourmet Mom says:

      Thank you Shawn! My kids love strawberry milk and these turned out so frothy they were almost like a shake! So yummy…

  2. I LOVE this! What a cute idea.

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