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re heating formula milk

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Spongebob Tue 22-Feb-05 15:58:31

Anyone know if re-heating formula milk is ok? Eg. say I make a pasta sauce with a bit of formula milk, and re-heat it again that evening?

Spongebob Tue 22-Feb-05 16:21:49

bump

Evesmama Tue 22-Feb-05 16:23:17

i woulndt as the bacteria can start to grow the first time it was warmed

HappyMumof2 Tue 22-Feb-05 16:26:05

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pinkmagic1 Wed 23-Feb-05 14:26:22

How old is your little one? From 6 months it is OK to use full fat cows milk in recipes, just not for drinking. I make cauliflower cheese for DS, freeze it, defrost it then heat it up with no problems.

Distracted Wed 23-Feb-05 14:45:55

We make sauces for ourselves with milk and then re-heat don't we. Also if you follow the instructions for making up formula milk in advance - you make it with hot water and cool it down, put it in the fridge and then re-heat it when it comes to feed time. That way it's been heated twice too.

I wouldn't think it's a problem, but as Pinkmagic says, you can use cows milk in sauces from 6 months.

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