No need to panic mama, we know it might look strange, but all your hard work for pumping was not for nothing!
Can you feed this to your baby? The answer is YES mama.👌
When frozen breast milk separates into 2️⃣ components a fat (cream) and liquid. The fat component can show as white spots in your frozen milk. What you are experiencing is fat separation at the top of the container.
If you store your breast milk in bags that were frozen laying flat, the white spots will be at the front face of the bag.
So what’s the solution …? 🤷🏼♀️
Very simple: ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Just gently swirl 🌀 your milk after thawing to mix the components back together.
Tadaaa … problem solved! 🙆♀️🦸♀️