How to warm small amounts of milk with milkymeter

The front of milkymeter with the min mark should be visible when looking into the bottle to get the most accurate reading. Before you pour in the milk of course 🙂
The back side of milkymeter with the CE mark etc should NOT be visible when looking into the bottle. This side should be resting against the top of the baby bottle (lamp always up of course)

When warming baby milk with milkymeter, the minimum line on milkymeter must be covered to ensure accurate temperature measurement. How much milk this is depends on the type and size of milk bottle used. Use a narrow bottle for smaller amounts of milk.

For the most accurate reading, the back side of your milkymeter should ideally be resting against the inside of baby's bottle before going in the microwave (see picture). The back of milkymeter is marked with the letters 'CE'.

When warming small amounts of milk, you get the most gentle warming if you place the bottle with milkymeter in one side of the turning plate in the microwave (not in the center) and a small glass of water in the other side while heating. Milkymeter of course in the milk bottle.

All you need to know about making baby formula

It is quite o.k. to make more than one bottle at a time if you cool them directly after making (in the fridge or in iced water) and store them in the fridge until use (max 24 hours) (stated by e.g. WHO and CDC). This means you can make bottles ready before you go to sleep, and heat them in seconds when baby wakes up hungry during the night. As long as you use microwave and milkymeter - and stops the microwave when milkymeter flashes green, this makes sure the temperature is right. Stir or swirl the bottle to even out temperature. In this way, you do not have to wait for baby to wake up the rest of the family before bottle is ready.

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Can milkymeter be used for anything else than breast milk and formula

milkymeter is designed for measuring temperature when you heat liquids to body temperature. This means you can use milkymeter with all kinds of liquids you heat to body temperature in the microwave. Besides milk this may be e.g., if you give your baby camomile tea, fennel tea or gruel.

We also use milkymeter for toddlers and older children when they want warm cocoa or warm milk. A toddler or older child normally like milk a little warmer than a baby would, if this is the case, try to let milkymeter flash red once before you stop the microwave and stir.

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