How To Dehydrate Milk

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Milk tastes so good fresh, and if I could have it my own way it would be fresh milk daily. We are still to get a dairy cow, so for now our fresh milk comes from the goats. Last year there were a few months when they ran out, so this year I thought I should learn how to dehydrate milk, and store it as powdered milk.

I had to pull out one of my favorite kitchen appliances to help me with this, my food dehydrator. You need the one with plastic fruit roll up trays that can hold the milk without it sipping through. I was debating on weather to go milk the goats or just use milk already in the fridge. The fridge won!

How To Dehydrate Milk
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • food dehydrator
  • fresh milk
  • mason jars
  • blender
  • scrapper

Your milk goes into the dehydrator trays. You can pour the milk in whilst the trays are still outside or when they are already placed in the dehydrator. It all depends on how steady your hand is. Before you begin make sure that all your milk is level.

Fire up the dehydrator to between 125 to 130 degrees and let it run from 6 to 12 hours. Any goo-ey sections should be scrapped and returned into the dehydrator. The dry sections are crumbled (careful I made a mess) and then added to the blender before filling the mason jars with delicious homemade powdered milk. Stores for up to 12 months.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Perky Prepping Grandma blog, here…

How To Dehydrate Your Milk


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