- Ready In:
- 1 -2 ounce breast milk
- clean jars
- In a freshly cleaned jar, preferably sterile, add the breastmilk.
- Screw the lid on tight and shake furiously until you have butter.
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Just tried it. It does work, but the whole thing doesn't become butter, only the hindmilk (cream). I used 1oz of milk and got about 1tsp of butter and a whole lot of thin watery milk left over. I put it though cheese cloth to seperate it. However, it tastes really good! Amazing what you can do with your own milk!
Gotta love this recipe, strange yet wonderful. Haven't tried it, but wish I knew about it when I had a freezerful of breastmilk to spare . . . don't know if hubby would've been game enough though. Whatever you were thinking when you discovered it, well, pure genius! Will give it a go next time I have some breastmilk on hand . . . I mean on breast . . .