Can I give my toddler evaporated milk to drink?

My daughter is 19 months old and loves milk but I am out and cant get any till tomorrow, but I have some evaporated milk. If I add equal parts water you think it would be safe for her to drink?

6 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It should be, I think there is a site out there somewhere that gives directions for emergency substitutions…but try giving her water and juice first. Besides, she probably won’t like the taste of the evaporated milk.

    EDIT: Math Mom, I think you’re thinking of sweetened condensed milk…

  • ?
    5 days ago

    i like it! I actual have the comparable “concern”! My daughter became Grandma Spoiled now the only way she drinks milk is with cereal and sugar. She is now 27 months old. i’ve got talked to her Pediatrician approximately it and he or she says as long as she’s ingesting milk it fairly is nice. And there are different strategies infants can get their calcium as properly milk-cheese (her widespread meals), yogurt, cottage cheese you get the assumption. you additionally can attempt Ovaltine (i can’t discover it on the cabinets at any food market yet possibly i’m no longer finding interior the main suitable place. Chocolate and Vanilla Soy Milk, Strawberry and Chocolate syrup, there are a good number of issues obtainable in simple terms test and notice what he likes properly for at present by way of fact as all of us comprehend toddlers tastes are subject to alter on any given day. in case you ever have a query or in simple terms pick to speak to a various infant mommy be happy to e mail me!

  • julian
    4 days ago

    You can most definitely give it to your child just simply put your pet milk in a saucer let it heat up just a bit add the same amount of water stir it up and don’t let it boil and it will be ready to serve just let it chill outside of the refrigerator 👍

  • EC Expert
    1 month ago

    Sure, It’s simply milk with the water taken out. She may not like the taste though. Try chilling it first.

  • Math Mom
    1 month ago

    sure it’s safe….especially since she’s over a year old.

    my niece pours it over her cereal to eat all the time .

    I wouldn’t do it long term since I think it’s sweeter/fatter than the regular stuff, but if she likes it great for in a pinch.

  • Sim – plicimus
    1 month ago

    Certainly it would be safe.

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