Chocolatey milk

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Chocolatey milk (commonly called chocolate milk) is a members-only drink made by using chocolate dust on a bucket of milk.

It grants no experience when made, but heals 200 life points when consumed, the same amount as a chocolate bar heals. It is rarely made other than as the base for the hangover cure for quests.

It is used in Plague City quest and the Mogre miniquest to make hangover cure by mixing snape grass into it.

6 buckets of Chocolatey milk are used as payment to grow Avocado bush in the Farming skill.

Chocolatey milk is the only food in the dairy category made without a dairy churn. It is also one of the few foods that can be made anywhere, since it doesn't need a fire, range, etc.

It can also be used to feed milk tooth creatures from A Fairy Tale III - Battle at Ork's Rift, but feeding it chocolatey milk only once will make it decay and turn it into a Tooth Creature (unhealthy).

Chocolatey milk can also be obtained from harvesting a chocolate cow in your player-owned farm. Unlike strawberry milk and vanilla milk, though, it cannot be used on animals to boost their happiness levels.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Chocolatey milk.png Chocolatey milk
Cooking-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
0 XP-1 (0.6s) -
Requirements
Cooking Cooking level4
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Bucket of milk.pngBucket of milk1664664
Chocolate dust.pngChocolate dust1522522
Total price1,186

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  • patch 24 September 2018 (Update):
    • Chocolate milk from cows is now correctly certed when gathering produce.