Tuck flimsy milk cartons into snug-fitting pitchers for easier handling
Peanuts found a great solution to the age-old Parenthacker question of how to make a milk carton handle:
When I searched online, most suggestions involved removing the milk from its sterilized carton. The transfer into an unsterilized container would make the milk or cream spoil faster.
For $1.29, I bought a clear plastic pitcher that snugly holds a quart-size milk carton. Now I use it whenever I get a quart of cream in a flimsy carton.
In fact, the pitcher doesn't even need to hold the entire carton -- as long as the top is exposed for pouring, all you need is a handle and a snug fit. Any pitcher with a narrow enough opening will work.
Keeping the milk or cream in the original container also means no contact with the plastic of the pitcher.
Any other tips for making milk cartons easier for little kids to pour?
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