Baby Formula and Karo Syrup?

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To make baby formula with Karo syrup, you must first boil approximately 20 oz of water and then allow the water to cool to room temperature. Add one can of evaporated milk and two tablespoons of light Karo syrup. Mix until fully blended. Pour the mixture into sterilized jars or bottle and then refrigerate until needed.
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1. Bring 20 oz. of water to a rolling boil and let boil for five minutes. You will only need 18 oz. but this allows for some evaporation of the water. 2. Measure 18 oz. of the boiled
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When my baby was 3 months old, the doctor had me put her on pet milk and karo syrup because formula constipated her. It was 13 oz. pet milk, 17 oz. water and 2 - 3 tablespoons of
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I always used a teaspoon and it works (and it is not going to hurt your child despite what others say, I mean it's sugar pretty much). If a teaspoon doesn't work then try a little
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For children younger than age 1, Karo syrup may be a potential cause of a rare
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How to Make Baby Formula With Karo Syrup
Before the introduction of commercial baby formula, most mothers who could not breastfeed, or who chose not to, would make formula for their child at home. The recipes for homemade baby formula almost always included Karo syrup as an ingredient. While... More »
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To make baby formula with Karo syrup, you must first boil approximately 20 oz of water and then allow the water to cool to room temperature. Add one can of evaporated ...
The combination of evaporated milk and light karo Syrup as a baby formula substitute has been used for generations. The proportions are 12-13 oz. evaporated (Pet ...
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