Frozen raw milk can come in handy when the mama cows are dry.
It's simple to do! Here's how:
1. Shake milk to mix in the cream.
2. Freeze milk in ice cube trays, leaving a little room for expansion.
3. Pop out and store in an air tight bag labeled with the date.
Now you're smoothie set for the summer! Frozen raw milk will retain adequate quality for about 3 months. The butter fat and water tends to separate when milk is frozen, so its best suited in cooking and smoothies.
Now we can make it until the cows freshen!
Want to offer your family chocolate milk that's not full of thickeners, additives, and artificial flavors? Transform your raw milk into chocolate raw milk with 5 guilt free ingredients.So easy your kids can make it!1/2 gallon of Milk House raw milk1/4 cup maple syrup3 tbs cocoa powderdash of saltsplash of vanilla
Blender all the ingredients together.
Time Saving Tip: Add all the ingredients into your half gallon jar. Let them sit for about 3 minutes, so the cocoa powder breaks down, then shake well. Don't even dirty another container!
Adapted from my friend Jenny at SixSDairy
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2 c. Flour
2 c. Raw milk
1/2 tsp. Sea salt
1 tsp. Baking Soda
2 tsp. Melted Butter
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