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Mom Reveals She Made Butter From Her Own BREAST MILK

Mom stuns TikTok after revealing she made ‘udder butter’ from her own breast milk and gave it to husband on toast, proudly describing it as her ‘crown’

  • Laura Hall, who is believed to be from the US, debuted her homemade butter in a TikTok video, calling it her “award winning” in the caption
  • The mother couldn’t stop laughing as she bragged about the fruits of her labor, which she called her “udder butter.”
  • The video has been viewed over 1.2 million times and has received thousands of comments, although the reactions have been mixed
  • In a follow-up video, she and her husband tried the butter on toast, and while he didn’t mind, she thought it “tastes a bit like throwing up.”
  • Hall further demonstrated how to make the udder butter in an instructional video, and later she used her breast milk to make ice cream for her young daughter


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A mother has proudly revealed that she made her own ‘udder butter’ from her breast milk and gave it to her husband.

Laura Hall, believed to be from the US, stunned TikTok viewers when she video of her homemade butter, the one-of-a-kind called her “award winning” in the caption.

“I did – I made butter out of my breast milk,” she said, turning the camera down to show her creation. I don’t know if I’ve ever been prouder.’

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What do you say?  Laura Hall, who is believed to be from the US, debuted in a TikTok video showing the butter she made from her breast milk

What do you say? Laura Hall, who is believed to be from the US, debuted in a TikTok video showing the butter she made from her breast milk

Proud: The mother couldn’t stop laughing as she bragged about the fruits of her labor, which she called her “udder butter”

Going viral: The video has been viewed over 1.2 million times and has received thousands of comments, although the reactions have been mixed

Going viral: The video has been viewed over 1.2 million times and has received thousands of comments, although the reactions have been mixed

Going viral: The video has been viewed over 1.2 million times and has received thousands of comments, although the reactions have been mixed

Hall couldn’t stop laughing as she bragged about the fruits of her labor, saying, “There’s my butter – mine butter, my udder butter.’

The video has been viewed more than 1.2 million times and has received thousands of comments, although reactions have been mixed.

“That’s probably some of the healthiest butter on the planet!” one wrote, while another asked, “Can you teach us?”

“I just don’t know if I’m jealous or not,” admitted someone else.

A few people even suggested making “cheese” next time, but others weren’t a fan of her udder butter.

No thanks: In a follow-up video, she and her husband tried the butter on toast. She gagged after tasting it, saying it “tastes a bit like throwing up”

Not bad: However, her supportive partner gave it a '5 out of 10' and claimed he'd eat the whole piece of toast if he was hungry

Not bad: However, her supportive partner gave it a '5 out of 10' and claimed he'd eat the whole piece of toast if he was hungry

Not bad: However, her supportive partner gave it a ‘5 out of 10’ and claimed he’d eat the whole piece of toast if he was hungry

“I’m a mother and I was still gagging,” one woman wrote, while another insisted, “Girl, you’ve crossed a line.”

In a follow-up video, Hall and her husband put her butter to the test by spreading it on toast and eating it in front of the camera.

The mother made a face and a gagging sound after her first bite and said, “It doesn’t taste great.” But her supportive partner gave it a “5 out of 10” and claimed he’d eat the whole piece — if he was hungry.

“To me it tastes like, you know, when you burp and it tastes a bit like throwing up,” she admitted, but the commentators insisted she just need to add a little salt to it.

By popular demand, Hall went on to film an udder butter tutorial demonstrating how to turn her freshly expressed breast milk into a creamy spread.

She started by omitting the milk until the fat separated and the cream rose to the top of the container. Then she skimmed off the cream and stirred it with an electric whisk until it reached the right consistency.

When the butter was ready, sieved the solids and squeezed out any excess liquid before rinsing them in the sink.

Hall later adopted another recipe, this time trying breast milk ice cream, which her three-year-old “approved.”

“Welcome to my show where I try food made from milk my body has produced,” she captioned one of the videos.

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