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Momma Milk Cookies - The Most Delicious Way to Boost your Supply

Momma Milk Cookies Cookies - The Most Delicious Way to Boost your Supply

**Cookies do not contain Breastmilk**

There is no question, human breastmilk is the most biologically perfect substance to feed a human baby. The benefits to both mother and child are immeasurable, however anyone who has breastfed a child knows that breastfeeding is, at times, less than simple. At many points in a mother and child’s breastfeeding relationship, whether supply is an ongoing issue or not, mothers have been known to question whether or not their supply is completely adequate. Between growth spurts, hormonal changes in mom’s body, possible medicines affecting supply, diet, water intake, and so many other everyday possible effects, most moms, at some point, go looking for a supply boost.

As a mother of two breastfed babies, a doula who works with new mothers every day, and a self-proclaimed “lactivist,” I have found the hands-down most delicious way to work towards a supply boost is by way of lactation cookies. The brewer’s yeast, oats, and flax seed are not only good for mom’s digestion, but also have been found to help with a mother’s milk supply.

Combined with the right ingredients, they make an incredibly tasty, somewhat healthy cookie! My favorite cookie-making helper, my daughter Zoë, lovingly dubbed these cookies “Momma Milk Cookies,” a title which I hold dear (and also helps scare away those who might pilfer cookies if it weren’t for their concern that the cookies might be made with breastmilk).

Now turn on your favorite jams and “stir it up, little darlin’.”

- Makes about three dozen cookies -


½ cup Butter

½ cup Coconut Oil

½ cup Sugar

½ cup Brown Sugar

½ cup Apple Sauce

4 tbs Water

3 tbs Ground Flax Seed

3 Eggs

1 tsp Vanilla

3 ¼ cups Flour

1 tsp Baking Soda

½ tsp Baking Powder

1 tsp Salt

3 cups Oats

3 tbs Brewer’s Yeast

2 cups Raisins or Dried Cranberries

  • Preheat Oven to 350 degrees

  • In a cup, combine flax and water and let sit for 5 minutes

  • In a large bowl, beat butter, coconut oil, sugar, and brown sugar until smooth

  • Add applesauce and eggs one at a time, mixing well after adding each

  • Add flax mixture and vanilla to butter mixture until well combined

  • In a separate bowl combine flour, yeast, baking soda, baking powder, and salt

  • Slowly add dry ingredients to butter mixture until well combined

  • Slowly add oats until well combined

  • Fold in dried fruit until evenly mixed in throughout dough

  • Scoop tablespoon sized balls onto baking sheet and bake in preheated oven for 10-12 minutes or until edges begin to look golden brown

  • Let sit on baking sheet for two minutes before removing to a cooling rack

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