• Easy to Digest
  • Low Allergy potential
  • Safe and Wholesome
  • Complies with Baby Formula Nutrient Requirements


Let us send you our famous homemade goat milk recipe kit. This kit contains EVERY ingredient you will need plus a recipe card and TONS of documentation to help you get started. This kit is not a finished ready-to-mix baby formula but rather a combination of different REAL FOODS used as an alternative to commercial baby formula for those who cannot or chose to not breastfeed.


This goat milk recipe kit contains everything you need to get going making your own goat milk recipe at home! This recipe is not a finished ready-to-mix infant formula but rather a combination of different REAL FOODS for those who cannot or chose to not breastfeed. If breastfeeding is not an option then this goat milk recipe kit might be just the alternative to commercial formula you’ve been searching for.


This recipe is super easy to make and can easily be fit into the busy lifestyle of a mom or dad with new little ones. We have created an entire website dedicated to educating those wanting to know more about the science behind the goat milk formula recipe as well as answers to many of the most frequently asked questions parents have when starting out on this recipe. 


This recipe was created by Joe Stout who has both a bachelors of science and masters of science in human nutrition and he has gone to great lengths to ensure that this homemade recipe is fully in compliance with the baby formula nutrient requirements of the 1980 Infant Formula Ac t. Using just 9 simple ingredients this formula can be made in just minutes and nearly half of the required ingredients are only used one time per day. Check out the top 7 reasons you should be making your own formula at home and check out just how easy it is to make this formula by watching the video below.



(Note: The proportions listed are for making an 8 oz. bottle.)

  • 1 scoop (14g) – Full Cream Goat Milk Powder (CapraMilk®) 
  • 1 tablespoon – Goat Milk Lactose (Capra Lactose)
  • 1/2 teaspoon – Grass-Fed Goat Milk Ghee
  • 1/4 teaspoon – Organic Hi-Oleic Sunflower Oil (La TourAngelle®)
  • 1/8 teaspoon – Expeller-pressed Grapeseed Oil (La TourAngelle®)
  • 1/8 teaspoon – Unsulphered Blackstrap Molassess (Wholesome™)
  • 1/4 teaspoon* – Multivitamin Powder (NutriStart™)
  • Based on Weight* – DHA Supplement for Infants (Nordic Naturals®)
  • 1 scoop (1,450mg)* – Goat Milk Colostrum Powder(CapraColostrum™ )
  • 1/8 teaspoon* – Kids Probiotics (Primal Defense®)


Directions: Fill the bottle up with 5 oz. very hot water. Add ghee and wait for it to melt. Add milk powder, lactose, sunflower oil, grapeseed oil, molasses and any other once-per-day ingredients (vitamins, colostrum, DHA, except probiotics). Shake well. When contents are well mixed, add cold water so that the total volume reaches 8 ounces. Shake well again. Lastly add probiotics (to ensure their viability). Shake well one last time. *Once per day ingredients



This is one of the most frequently asked questions and the answer is, like a lot of things, “It depends.”

While this may seem obvious, it depends primarily on how much you actually feed. We have based our Nutrient Database on parents feeding their little ones 30 fl oz of formula per day. 

This may be a high for some of you. Maybe you are only feeding 2 bottles per day. Maybe more…


How much do you plan to feed your little one?

I’ve created this “coverage chart” that I hope can help answer this question. Basically the chart details how many days the formula kit will cover if you feed you baby 2 bottles, 3 bottles, or 4 bottles. In this case 1 “bottle” is equal to 8 fl oz. of the prepared formula. Based on this data we can see that by only feeding 2 bottles per day you will need more goat milk powder and goat milk lactose within 16 days and 18 days of receiving your kit if you are only feeding 2 bottles per day. If you are feeding 4 bottles per day, you will need your goat milk powder and lactose ingredients in 8 days and 9 days respectively.



Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How long will the formula last once in the fridge?

Up to three days. I always recommend doing a sniff/taste test on the third day.


Q. How long can the formula be out of the refrigerator once it is made?

It should be used within an hour.


Q. I want to take the formula with me traveling. What tips do you have for making the formula while “on the road?”

We highly recommend using our Dry Mix Recipe when traveling. All you need is a thermos of hot water and you are good to go.


Q. I want to use liquid/raw goat milk in my formula instead of the powder. How should the recipe be modified?

The ratio is easy ratio to remember: 1:1.

It is a 1:1 ratio of milk to water. 4 ounces milk  to 4 ounces of warm water and everything else in the recipe stays the same.


Warning: I LOVE raw milk. I completely believe that it is superior to pasteurized milk. However, I don’t recommend using raw goat milk in the infant formula for one very important reason. While raw milk can be incredibly healthy, it can also be incredibly dangerous. I am specifically referring to raw milk that has been improperly handled. Dirty raw milk will get you sicker quicker than anything! Babies especially are even more susceptible to kind of food borne illness. Please keep your little one safe. This formula is meant to mimic raw milk (probiotics, food based vitamins/minerals, unprocessed fats, etc.) without the risks that raw milk comes with such as campylobacter, salmonella, e. coli, and listeria poisoning. Consider a basic risk assessment. In my opinion, the cons outweigh the pros in using raw milk.


Q. I want to use this formula for – (insert age here). Can I do this?

Interestingly enough when I first developed this recipe I recommended parents hold off until baby was a few months old. However, we have been constantly updating and improving the formula and have had such overwhelmingly great feedback for all ages between newborn and 1 year that I feel comfortable recommending the formula to all ages. I never get tired of saying this though, keep your doctor in the loop.



Per 5 ounces Breast Milk Goat Milk Formula
Calories 103.5 100.7
Lactose 10.7 11.1
Fat 5.76 5.3
Protein 2.04 2.3

Goat Milk Formula