Starbucks Lactation Drinks Every Breastfeeding Mama Needs

Starbucks Lactation Drinks Every Breastfeeding Mama Needs

When your Starbucks drink can boost your milk supply, it is a good day! There are many ways you can turn your favorite Starbucks drink into a delicious, milk-boosting lactation coffee, and we have some great recipe ideas for you! 

We've taken some simple Starbucks recipes, and turned them into protein-filled, milk makers! 

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Starbucks Lactation Drink Recipes: 

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Frappucino:

Starbucks Carmel Iced Coffee:

Starbucks Vanilla Cream Iced Coffee:

Starbucks Iced Mocha Fudge Brownie:

Make sure to save all these recipes and try them at home!! Do you have your own Starbucks recipe you use with Milk Dust?!! Tag us in your recipe, and show us how you make it! We will send you $5 to Starbucks, so your next coffee is on us!

If you want to solve your milk supply problems for good by correcting your nutrition and nutrient deficiencies. Nutrient deficiencies are a major cause for low milk supply, and you can fix it through the right diet program. Grab this diet program to help you fix your low milk supply, eat the right foods, and completely transform your milk supply. 

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Milk Dust offers a propietary blend of lactation herbs and nutrients. We have a fenugreek formula and fenugreek-free formula. Lactation consultants and medical professionals support and love Milk Dust! 

 Mothers with poor nutrition are more likely to be fatigued, sluggish, struggling with mental health, or even experiencing issues with their milk supply. Mamas need balanced, nutrient-dense foods to fuel their bodies and in turn fuel their babies. Bonus points if it is quick, easy, and can be taken on the go or easily consumed while breastfeeding.

"This is where products like Milk Dust come in; a nourishing and tasty supplement that you can add to smoothies or baked treats to give your body the protein, vitamins, and minerals it needs to fill you up, regulate your blood sugar and promote your overall health in the transitional time of postpartum. It also takes about an extra 500 calories per day to produce breast milk, and Milk Dust offers protein dense calories to help provide your body with that extra energy without giving you a sugar loaded crash later. Ingredients like fenugreek, Brewer’s yeast, and fennel seeds are known to support milk production, taking some of the worry out of the hard work of breastfeeding. "

-Sara Schulz Board Certified Pediatric Nurse Practicioner, MSN, Lactation Counselor and Pediatric Mental Health Specialist.