I've heard so many different ways of how to prepare bottles. The method I am using at the moment is, I sterilise everything using a Milton cold water steriliser. Then I boil the kettle and fill the bottles with the water. I then leave them on my counter top and add the formula as and when my baby is due a feed. I don't heat the bottles up, I just serve it at room temp. Other people have said to make up the feeds including formula and keep them in the fridge then heat up in the microwave when needed, but I'm worried about "hot spots". I've also just read an nhs leaflet that says not to make up the formula with cold water as it doesn't kill potential bacteria that maybe in the formula.
What method is best and easiest? Thanks!