Who doesn’t love a snickers bar? The amazing combination of peanuts, carmel and chocolate really satisfy those sugar cravings. With our new Fudge Brownie Milk Dust, we created a snickers lactation shake that is full of nutrients, yet also tastes like a snickers!
Think all the deliciousness off the snickers bar, without all the sugar and fat. This shake offers protein, curbs sugar cravings and boosts milk supply at the same time!
With our new Fudge Brownie flavor Milk Dust, we are working on some seriously good recipes. One of them is this awesome, Oreo Blizzard Lactation Shake that is full of nutrients, protein, lactation-boosting herbs and low in sugar! This is the PERFECT sweet treat for the end of the day, when you are craving a milk shake, but don’t want to ruin your healthy diet.
The great thing about this recipe is that the only extra sugar is coming from three oreos that are blended in. That is so much better than a real blizzard, yet tastes just as amazing!
Oreo Blizzard Lactation Shake
Tastes just like an oreo blizzard, and it boosts milk supply!
These healthy chocolate cake lactation bites are amazing for milk supply, as well as a delicious and healthy treat you can eat when those cravings start hitting hard.
Of course, we have our amazing Milk Dust Bars, which are so yummy, and full of lactation-boosting ingredients for mamas on the go. These bars taste like dessert, but are full of protein and low in sugar.
Sometimes you just want some brownies quick brownie bites. These are easy to whip up, no baking involved, and you can keep them in the fridge for easy grabbing. Make sure to try our lactation brownies too!
Healthy Brownie Lactation Bites
Super yummy, healthy lactation brownie bites, that are super easy to make, and full of milk-boosting ingredients .
2tbspcoconut flour (more or less to get a thick consistency)
1/2cupchocolate chips melted with splash of milk
Grab a large bowl, and mix your peanut flour and water together in the bowl. It should be a thick, peanut butter consistency. Add the rest of the ingredients to the bowl, minus the chocolate chips. Everything should blend together in thick dough, and you can adjust the coconut flour if needed. All of this can be mixed with a spoon, but feel free to use a food processor or mixer. Once mixed, split dough into 8 sections to make balls. You can do more or less, depending on how big you want your bites. Dip the balls into the melted chocolate with a spoon and place on parchment paper. Store them in the fridge for about 15 minutes, so the chocolate can cool. Store in the fridge.
This blueberry muffin lactation shake is amazing! It tastes delicious, like fresh-baked blueberry muffins, yet has the amazing, healthy benefits of a protein shake. When made with our Milk Dust Lactation Protein Powder, it boosts milk supply and eliminates sugar cravings.
Blueberries are also wonderful for breastfeeding mamas because they are full of antioxidants, nutrients and fiber. They also taste amazing! Use code: LACTATION for 10% off your first order!
November is here, and we wanted to share this super easy, pumpkin lactation bite recipe. These protein bites are full of milk-boosting ingredients, including the pumpkin, yet are super healthy and low in sugar. Add these to your snack list, or have them as dessert, and you will be able to keep up with your weight loss goals after pregnancy.
Milk Dust is a brand-new resource for new mommies to conquer sugar cravings while breastfeeding, while also increase milk supply. Adding Milk Dust to recipes really helps ensure you are getting in the proper nutrients postpartum, while also keeping your milk supply up. Use code: LACTATION for 10% off your first order.
Pumpkin Pie Lactation Bites (Skinny!)
These skinny pumpkin pie lactation bites will have you feeling like you're biting into pumpkin pie, yet be full of nutrients and milk-boosting goodness.
1/8 cupBaking Stevia (or ganulated sweetener of choice)
Mix water and peanut flour in a bowl. The consistency should be of heated peanut butter. You can use about 1 cup of heated peanut butter if desired. When peanut butter is heated for about 30 seconds in the microwave, it takes on a thinner consistency. This will be easier to mix. You can mix everything in a large bowl without a food processor, or you can transfer the peanut butter to the food processor, then add the rest of the ingredients. Add in the pumpkin puree, Milk Dust protein, pumpkin pie spice, Stevia and salt. Mix the coconut flour 1 tbsp at a time, to make sure it isn't too dry. The dough should be thick and crumbly, so you can roll into balls. Eat the protein bites right away, or store in the fridge.
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Pumpkin offers some amazing nutrients for breastfeeding mamas, so make sure to eat it all you want! It is also full of fiber, low in sugar, and easy to add to baked goods. It can really help with weight loss by helping you feel full on less calories due to the amount of fiber per serving.
Combining fiber and protein is a really effective way to feel full for longer, and diminish cravings later in the day. Make sure to check out our smoothie recipes too!
Apple pie overnight lactation oats are AMAZING for a quick breakfast you can grab in the morning, that tastes like dessert! Full of flavor and sweetness, you would never guess that this breakfast is low-carb, nutrient-dense, high in protein and REALLY good for your milk supply.
If you are struggling to lose weight while breastfeeding, our smoothies and overnight oats recipes are FANTASTIC to keep you full all day, while also encouraging your milk supply. We have a pumpkin pie lactation overnight oats recipe as well, so you can make a couple different kinds at the same time!
Overnight Apple Pie Lactation Oats With Protein:
Overnight Apple Pie Protein Lactation Oats
Delicious apple pie lactation oats that are full of protein, and perfect for a quick breakfast to boost your milk supply all day.
Start with your oats and Milk Dust at the bottom of the jar. Add apples on top, then the yogurt. Sprinkle your cinnamon on the yogurt, then pour your milk over the mixture. You can mix by shaking with the lid on tight, or stir before putting in the fridge. Refrigerate over night to enjoy in the morning.
This pumpkin pie lactation overnight oats recipes is one of our favorite recipes yet. The overnight oats are full of protein, and the oats add an extra milk-boosting punch to really boost your milk supply right away in the morning.
If you are looking for something other than a smoothie, which we do have a great pumpkin pie smoothie, this overnight oats recipe will really do the trick!
The key with overnight oats is to add enough liquid for the oats to bulk up and “cook” overnight. This recipe is only one serving, in a smaller mason jar because it is so full of nutrients!
This lactation overnight oats recipe is particularly unique because it offers protein with the oats. Oats will give your body the sustainable carbohydrates, and combined with the protein you will be full for hours! Bye bye breastfeeding hunger!!
This recipe is also LOW SUGAR and super filling, so it is the PERFECT breakfast for any mamas wanting to lose weight while breastfeeding, but keep up your milk supply. Overnight oats is a great alternative to smoothies in the morning, because they still offer so many nutrients.
Overnight Pumpkin Pie Lactation Oats With Protein:
Pumpkin Pie Protein Lactation Oats
These pumpkin pie lactation oats are perfect for breastfeeding mamas because they can be made super quick, and left to "cook" overnight Enjoy them right away in the morning for a big milk boost!
Start with your Milk Dust and oatmeal at the bottom of your mason jar. Add in the pumpkin puree and the yogurt. We layered the ingredients. Sprinkle your pumpkin pie spice on top of the yogurt, followed by the pumpkin seeds if desired. Pour in your milk and mix well, or shake with the lid on tight. Leave in the fridge overnight to enjoy in the morning!
A Chai lactation latte is the perfect, cozy drink to boost your milk supply, while also nourish your body. Our chai lactation recipe is full of milk-boosting herbs and nutrients from our Milk Dust lactation protein powder, in addition to healthy herbs in chai tea. Chai tea is also a great substitute for coffee, with less caffeine.
Chai is a great combination for additional milk supply because of the added cinnamon, cardamon, coriander and ginger. These are warm spices that actually have many health benefits, so when you combine it with the herbs and spices in our lactation protein powder (cinnamon bark, fennel seed, fenugreek and Turmeric), it makes a delicious combination.
This Chai Lactation Latee is absolutely perfect to drink all fall, and super easy to make! If you don’t have a milk forther, you can use a protein shaker, or stir together the ingredients really well and warm up your milk and tea in the microwave.
Chai Lactation Latte To Increase Milk Supply:
Chai Lactation Latte To Increase Milk Supply
This chai lactation latte will increase your milk supply, and it is full of protein and nutrients to keep you nourished all day long.
Start with your chai tea and Milk Dust.We used a liquid, already brewed Chai Tea concentrate from the grocery store, but you can also brew your favorite chai tea. Pour the tea and the Milk Dust together in a frother, so they mix together really well. Pour mixture into your mug. Pour your milk into your frother next, and froth your milk. Pour your milk on top of chai and Milk Dust mixture. Top with whipped cream and cinnamon if wanted, and enjoy!
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We have a lot of other recipes here on the blog too! Here are a few, and we have a free smoothie recipe ebook you can download for free anytime! You can use code: LACTATION for 10% off your first order, and try a sample pack if you aren’t sure if it will work for you!
Breastfeeding has a funny way of making new mommies obsessed with cookies. Cookies, brownies, ice cream and all the sugary foods really. Milk Dust is amazing for combating those cravings, but we also believe you can have healthy, nutrient-dense cookies too.
Here at Milk Dust we love cookies. We think cookies are a great way to get in some needed nutrients, satisfy cravings and even boost your milk supply. Peanut butter cookies are an even better way to do this! These peanut butter cookies in particular are super simple to make. They take just a few ingredients, are gluten-free, healthy and full of the good stuff.
If you are still pregnant, make these for when baby arrives! If you know someone who just had a baby, make some for them!
Peanut Butter Lactation Cookies – EASY!
These peanut butter lactation cookies are so easy, and so good!
This recipe is so simple because everything can be added to one large bowl, and mixed all together. Mix all the ingredients, then form small balls to place on greased cookie sheet. Use a fork to flatten the cookies into their shape. Put in the oven at 350 for 15 minutes.
If you want to give these babies a try, use code: LACTATION for 10% off your first order! Milk Dust usually offers enough sweetness for the recipe, but if you find you need more, add 1/4 cup of honey to the recipe, and you will be perfect!
Gingerbread cookies are amazing, but all the sugar, fat, carbs and lack of nutrients aren’t amazing for encouraging milk supply. A gingerbread lactation shake is a great option to help curb those cravings for gingerbread cookies, while also nourishing your body and keeping you on-track for increasing milk supply.
Why is Milk Dust so GREEN?
Milk Dust offers super foods such as chlorella and spirulina which are very rich in phytonutrients. These make a bright green color. There are also blueberries and spinach, making the color sometimes more of a deep grey/green. Green is a GOOD color. It means nutrients, so we are okay with the green color. We find it gives Milk Dust character.
Gingerbread Cookie Lactation Shake
This lactation shake tastes like a gingerbread cookie.
These pumpkin chocolate chunk lactation bars are amazing. They taste just like a delicious bite of fall, with all the healthy ingredients new mommies need while breastfeeding. We talked about the nutritional benefits of pumpkin in our pumpkin pie lactation shake post.
Pumpkin is a seasonal ingredient that offers a big nutritional bang for your buck, and we highly recommend it for postpartum mamas. Feel free to eat all the pumpkin this season. And you can start with these lactation bars, which taste like pumpkin bread, with a sweeter twist and some chocolate chunks.
In fact, this recipe is very versatile, so you can make them into bars, bread, or muffins depending on what works best for you.
Pumpkin Chocolate Lactation Bars
These pumpkin lactation bars are topped with chocolate chunks to make an amazing, healthy bar!
1cupBirch's Paleo Pancake Mix or Paleo Baking Flour
1scoopMilk Dust Lactation Powder
1canPumpkin puree (not pie)
6packetsStevia or sweetener of choice
1-3tbspmilk of choice if needed
1/4cupchocolate chips or chocolate chunks for topping
Mix dry ingredients in large bowl and set aside. Use a mixer to blend together wet ingredients including eggs, pumpkin, stevia and honey. Pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients. You may need to add some extra milk to help mix, depending on the flour you use. This is a thicker dough, rather than batter that you have to spread over a greased baking 8×5 or square baking pan. Pour dough into greased pan and spread out evenly. Top with chocolate chips or chopped chocolate chunks. Bake at 350 for about 30 minutes or until fork comes out clean. Makes 12-16 bars.
These bars are actually gluten-free and full of healthy nutrients for postpartum mamas! No added sugar, low in carbs and high in protein!
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Remember, the “batter” is thicker on these. Here’s a photo that illustrates the thickness, so you know its okay to smooth it out into your pan.
Feel free to top with nuts, apple chunks, chocolate chips, or chocolate chunks like we did. It makes a big difference.
Bake, and keep an eye on the edges, as those cook faster. They taste fabulous both warm and cold the next day. You can eat them for breakfast or as dessert. Warm up with some honey or whipped cream on top, and a sprinkle of sea salt, and it won’t disappoint.
Better yet, this is LOW SUGAR! Yet it tastes so good and sweet. With all the benefits of Milk Dust, pumpkin and eggs, we promise this is a healthy dessert or breakfast to ease those sugar cravings!
This pumpkin pie lactation protein shake is so good and so filling. No need to run through the drive thru for that pumpkin spice any more! We are in love with this recipe for fall, and we hope you will be too.
There are also some amazing nutritional benefits of pumpkin! Here are some benefits you can get from adding pumpkin to your protein shake:
added vitamin A, C and E which are all antioxidants that help reduce inflammation and aid in healing
beta-carotene another amazing antioxidant
Lots of fiber to keep you full
Lutein for your brain and cognitive functioning
Great source of tryptophan to increase mood and help with sleep
So, there you have some amazing reasons to add pumpkin to your lactation smoothie. Here is our recipe to make sure your pumpkin smoothie tastes like pumpkin pie!
Pumpkin Pie Lactation Shake
Delicious and healthy pumpkin pie lactation protein shake for breastfeeding mamas to enjoy the fall, keep their milk supply and lose weight!
4tbspCalifia Pumpkin Spice Creamer or pumpkin spice creamy of choice
1tbsPumpkin pie spice
1cupmilk of choice, we used almond milk unsweetened
2tbspwhipped cream (optional)
Blend all ingredients together and serve immediately!
This pumpkin pie lactation protein shake is super creamy, just like pumpkin pie! The frozen riced cauliflower gives a better texture than ice, but a frozen banana would work well to make it sweeter. The riced cauliflower keeps the calories down, yet still protects the taste.
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