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Alpro milk {Incl Growing up milk} - 3 for £3 - Online/Instore @ Morrisons
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Alpro milk {Incl Growing up milk} - 3 for £3 - Online/Instore @ Morrisons

£3£4.2029%Morrisons Deals
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Posted 1st Jan

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My son is seriously allergic to milk however still needs his milk at home and for cereal so lives off the Growing up Milk as the other Soya taste horrid.

Sadly this is on offer when I don't need it and never when I do

I normally buy 18 cartons when it's on offer costing me £18 however not on offer would have cost me £25.20

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Ends 26th Jan I would advise ordering online if you can as it's never in-stock in my local

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Edited by: "dandoc2" 1st Jan
I’m so glad I’m not the only weirdo who stocks up on this on offer (two dairy allergies in our house) so we get 30 a time and the delivery guys always look at me strange thanks for the heads up- doesn’t normally include the whole range
emilyyC01/01/2020 16:37

I’m so glad I’m not the only weirdo who stocks up on this on offer (two dai …I’m so glad I’m not the only weirdo who stocks up on this on offer (two dairy allergies in our house) so we get 30 a time and the delivery guys always look at me strange thanks for the heads up- doesn’t normally include the whole range


As much as I am offended yes I am the weirdo buying it in bulk and taking it away with the cardboard box

I have this on an app so I know when it's on offer
40 pints of home made almond milk can be made for £10, 40 pints of home made oat milk can be made for £3.... flavour it to suit with vanilla or dates or even Coco....nutribullet + 1kg of almond butter from MyProtein = 40 pints or nutribullet + Quaker large rolled oats and straining bag = 40 pints....stop buying it and start making it if you want big savings
Edited by: "mjr600" 1st Jan
mjr60001/01/2020 16:44

40 pints of home made almond milk can be made for £10, 40 pints of home …40 pints of home made almond milk can be made for £10, 40 pints of home made oat milk can be made for £3.... flavour it to suit with vanilla or dates or even Coco....nutribullet + 1kg of almond butter from MyProtein = 40 pints or nutribullet + Quaker large rolled oats and straining bag = 40 pints....stop buying it and start making it if you want big savings


How much does the Nutribullet cost have to factor that into the savings! Plus how long will it keep. These last until next year sealed and don't need to be refrigerated
dandoc201/01/2020 16:46

How much does the Nutribullet cost have to factor that into the savings! …How much does the Nutribullet cost have to factor that into the savings! Plus how long will it keep. These last until next year sealed and don't need to be refrigerated


You make it fresh every couple of days, it takes less than 5 minutes, 40 pints aren't made at once ! That's the total amount from a 1kg tub of almond butter or a single packet of oats.... it's used in a couple of days, I know exactly what's in, I've saved hundreds in the last few years, it's the easiest and healthiest savings to be had on milk alternatives which are priced to capture their popularity
mjr60001/01/2020 16:57

You make it fresh every couple of days, it takes less than 5 minutes, 40 …You make it fresh every couple of days, it takes less than 5 minutes, 40 pints aren't made at once ! That's the total amount from a 1kg tub of almond butter or a single packet of oats.... it's used in a couple of days, I know exactly what's in, I've saved hundreds in the last few years, it's the easiest and healthiest savings to be had on milk alternatives which are priced to capture their popularity


Fair enough. I don't think my 2 year old would drink that
The kids growing up milk tastes like custard and I've tried soya and almond milk but they make me heave
mjr60001/01/2020 16:57

You make it fresh every couple of days, it takes less than 5 minutes, 40 …You make it fresh every couple of days, it takes less than 5 minutes, 40 pints aren't made at once ! That's the total amount from a 1kg tub of almond butter or a single packet of oats.... it's used in a couple of days, I know exactly what's in, I've saved hundreds in the last few years, it's the easiest and healthiest savings to be had on milk alternatives which are priced to capture their popularity


I’ll give this a try, question though how is it in tea? Most milks I’ve tried (apart from almond alpro) separate with boiling water just read up and people seem to be suggesting adding calcium from H&B
emilyyC01/01/2020 17:23

I’ll give this a try, question though how is it in tea? Most milks I’ve tri …I’ll give this a try, question though how is it in tea? Most milks I’ve tried (apart from almond alpro) separate with boiling water just read up and people seem to be suggesting adding calcium from H&B


Neither work well in tea, home made oat milk works fantastically in coffee especially with a little vanilla essence and a date added when blended, I blend one Brazil nut in almond milk for it's positive effects on cholesterol, home made milks don't contain emulsifiers and if you want to avoided additives such as this then you have to adapt but its well worth it, removing milk from my diet has improved lifelong asthma to the point I can say I no longer have it, both home made milks can settle in coffee so I just give it a stir before I drink it
mjr60001/01/2020 17:33

Neither work well in tea, home made oat milk works fantastically in coffee …Neither work well in tea, home made oat milk works fantastically in coffee especially with a little vanilla essence and a date added when blended, I blend one Brazil nut in almond milk for it's positive effects on cholesterol, home made milks don't contain emulsifiers and if you want to avoided additives such as this then you have to adapt but its well worth it, removing milk from my diet has improved lifelong asthma to the point I can say I no longer have it, both home made milks can settle in coffee so I just give it a stir before I drink it


I may just get some mini cartons 1 a week would do for all tea then could substitute all the rest, we use 99% of ours in coffee and cereal anyhow so I’ll give this a go. Thanks for the heads up with recipes will save the household a fair bit
dandoc201/01/2020 16:33

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Oh for Morrison's in norn iron
dandoc201/01/2020 23:43

norn iron ?


It's how Belfastians pronounce Northern Ireland.
Rhythmeister01/01/2020 23:46

It's how Belfastians pronounce Northern Ireland.


Ah I see being from London I've never heard of it
mjr60001/01/2020 16:44

40 pints of home made almond milk can be made for £10, 40 pints of home …40 pints of home made almond milk can be made for £10, 40 pints of home made oat milk can be made for £3.... flavour it to suit with vanilla or dates or even Coco....nutribullet + 1kg of almond butter from MyProtein = 40 pints or nutribullet + Quaker large rolled oats and straining bag = 40 pints....stop buying it and start making it if you want big savings


What do you do with leftover almond pulp? it always ends up in the bin for me despite my efforts to waste less!
Same, although sometimes leave it in if I'm making it for use with muesli.... Could use as a facial scrub...:-)
emilyyC01/01/2020 17:23

I’ll give this a try, question though how is it in tea? Most milks I’ve tri …I’ll give this a try, question though how is it in tea? Most milks I’ve tried (apart from almond alpro) separate with boiling water just read up and people seem to be suggesting adding calcium from H&B


I'm sure if your child has an allergy you probably see a dietician so may already know this, but the reason we give this particular one is because it is one on the few that is fortified with iodine which is important in their diet, can't remember the exact reason, but something to do with thyroid x
sez65506/01/2020 17:13

I'm sure if your child has an allergy you probably see a dietician so may …I'm sure if your child has an allergy you probably see a dietician so may already know this, but the reason we give this particular one is because it is one on the few that is fortified with iodine which is important in their diet, can't remember the exact reason, but something to do with thyroid x


You can make fortified versions using vitamins I think? (I may be wrong tho) I’ll still have a carton a week of alpro but we use up a lot (it’s me my dad and my sister in law with allergens) I already have vitamins anyhow . I was on soya as a child and now have thyroid issues lol (before the days of dieticians) so I’d reccomend going with alpro for kids too.
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