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How do I process it? I have to keep it frozen and now am unable to get it to completely dissolve in order to drink it.

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March 4, 20190 found this helpful

Make sure you are adding the water very gradually.

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March 5, 20190 found this helpful

Are you talking about powered milk that has been frozen?

It is probably easiest if you have one of those immersion blenders to use that when mixing it up with the water. We have big plastic cups that work well for doing this--same thing as mixing up carnation breakfast drink that gets clumpy or cocoa mix that clumps up.

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If you don't that handy gadget, you may need to break out the big blender and wiz it up in that. That should get it to dissolve completely.

Don't do it too long...just until it is no longer clumpy!

Hope it works for you!

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