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    Mt. Capra’s Homemade Goat Milk Baby Formula

    Long before I got pregnant I knew I wanted to breastfeed exclusively, but in the case that things might not work out that way, I had a back-up. Before my due date, I made sure to make some of Mt. Capra’s homemade goat milk formula and freeze it just in case we needed it! 

    I also looked into a few of the top grass-fed, organic baby formulas on the market, and none of them are as “clean” as this recipe. I’ve seen maltodextrin and modified starches in these formulas, which are recommended by some of the top experts in the natural health field. I didn’t want any of those fillers in my baby’s formula, and would prefer to make my own to avoid them while the digestive system is so vulnerable.

    I love Mt. Capra’s ingredient list, and hope you will bookmark this recipe in case you ever need it.

     

    Mt. Capra Homemade Baby Formula

    Ingredients:

    1 scoop (level, 14g) Capra Milk – Full Cream Goat Milk Powder
    1 Tablespoon Capra Lactose – Goat Milk Lactose
    ½ teaspoon Grass-fed Goat Milk Ghee (clarified butter)
    ¼ teaspoon Organic Hi-Oleic Sunflower Oil
    1/8 teaspoon Expeller-Pressed Grapeseed Oil
    1/8 teaspoon Wholesome Unsulphured Blackstrap Molasses
    ¼ teaspoon Nutristart Multivitamin Powder
    Quantity Based on Weight, Nordic Naturals DHA Infant
    1/8 teaspoon Primal Defense Kids Probiotics
    1 scoop (1,450 mg) CapraColostrum goat milk colostrum powder

    Please read about why each of these ingredients are important for infants (and which ones to use sparingly!) on the Mt. Capra website here.

    Directions:

    1. Fill the bottle up with 5 oz. very hot water. Add ghee and wait for it to melt.
    2. Add milk powder, lactose, sunflower oil, grapeseed oil, and molasses. Shake well.
    3. When contents are well mixed, add cold water so that the total volume reaches 8 ounces. Shake well again.
    4. Lastly add probiotics to ensure their viability and any other once-per-day ingredients (vitamins, colostrum, DHA).
    5. Shake well one last time.

    Note: When making larger batches, mix all the ingredients with only half the required water until everything is well mixed and then finish by adding the remaining water to the final desired level.

     

     

     

    I hope that you found this recipe helpful. Let me know your questions and thoughts below in the comments! Best of health to you and your little one.

     

    Keep taking back your health,
    Robin

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