Many mom’s I talk to have concerns with low breastmilk supply or can not breastfeed their baby/toddler and yet their child can’t tolerate formula. Maybe the mom doesn’t want to give her child traditional formula after reading the ingredient list on the can.

A scoop of Similac infant formula has as much sugar as a can of Mountain Dew

I received this recipe from a friend and fellow chiropractor after I had a difficult time keeping up with pumping breastmilk for my first daughter, Alivia. I am happy to saw we never ended up having to use it but it was close and I felt good having this recipe ready in case we did need or it if I need it for our second daughter.


  • 36 oz. Water
  • 6 Scoops Powdered Goat Milk
  • 6 1/2 Tbsp. Brown Rice Syrup
  • 2 tsp. Nutritional Yeast Flakes

If wanting extra calories/good fats, add a little coconut oil to the warmed up concoction and blend in a bullet or blender to mix in the oil!

As baby matures during its first year, gradually increase ratio of powder to water until whole milk level is reached. Discontinue adding rice syrup.


  • 8 Scoops Powdered Goat Milk
  • 32 oz. Water
  • 2 tsp. Nutritional Yeast Flakes
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