Homemade Milk Replacer for Kids

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

There aren’t any good products around the house and you don’t have time to go find any. Here’s a recipe compliments of Coni Ross, CR Ranch.

1 cup of nonfat dry milk (any generic grocery store version will do)
3 cups warm water
1 large egg
1/4 cup whipping cream
1 scoop Calf Pac (live probiotic product containing 5 viable organisms)
Mix with a mixer or food processor. Do not microwave.
To double the recipe: double water, milk, leave whipping cream the same, use a jumbo egg.
To triple: triple water, milk, 1/3 cup whipping cream, 2 large eggs.
Egg has all of the essential amino acids, fatty acids, and vitamins except vitamin C.
Coni says, “This recipe will grow kids as well as their own dam.”


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