Lactation brownies are awesome snacks or treats for breastfeeding mamas to increase milk supply and satisfy sugar cravings. But, many of the lactation brownies out there are full of sugar and fat, which is not good for losing any extra baby weight.
Of course a delicious brownie every so often is more than acceptable, but what if you could have a delicious brownie for breakfast every morning? Basically, this brownie recipe is so healthy, low-sugar, low-carb and nutrient-dense, you can have it anytime you want. You can even eat the entire recipe for around 350 calories if you really wanted to. These are perfect for those times when you just can’t stop eating the brownies.
Because there’s a scoop of our Milk Dust in this recipe, there is added protein, which helps make these brownies super filling as well. The protein will actually help keep you from filling hungry again soon after eating these, as well as limiting how many you can actually eat without feeling stuffed. Feeling full is one of the fastest ways to get rid of a sugar craving.
Go ahead, eat these up and reap the benefits to your milk supply and nutrition.
Healthy Lactation Brownies for Milk Supply:
Healthy Lactation Brownies
These lactation brownies are high in protein, low in sugar and carbs and amazing for milk supply.
Give these lactation brownies a try for your next chocolate craving. Pair them with a drizzle of peanut butter, a dollop of whipped cream or a little vanilla ice cream between two, and it will be the best dessert you can have every night! Give our Milk Dust a try at 10% off with Code: LACTATION
This is an amazing and simple lactation “nice” cream recipe you can literally eat every night, or for breakfast if you want too!
What is lactation “nice” cream?
Nice cream is made from frozen bananas, which blend into a creamy consistency. You can also get a similar effect with frozen avocados. Both give a texture just like ice cream! When combined with a scoop of Milk Dust, you get added protein, added flavor and sweetness, and lots of milk-boosting ingredients all in one!
Curb that nursing-sweet tooth with ice cream for breakfast!
Yes, you can absolutely eat this for breakfast if you like. Seriously, there isn’t anything “bad” or unhealthy, and it tastes so good! Or, grab some after those super late-night feeds, when you are cravings something sweet and satisfying. This will do the trick!
Add everything to a blender or food processor. Blend until creamy by adding small amounts of milk of choice to get the desired consistency for your nice cream. You can also blend fresh, then put in a pan lined with parchment paper to eat later! The key is to allow it to de-thaw for about 30 minutes in order to scoop some creamy nice scream into your bowl! The green color is from the super foods in Milk Dust. These include Chlorella, Spirulina and spinach. It makes a pretty, green color! Top with toppings of choice like berries, chocolate or nuts!
Milk Dust is a sweet protein powder, so by adding it to your baked goods, you can reduce the amount of sweetener you need. We suggest Milk Dust be blended as a smoothie, and highly recommend our lactation smoothie recipe book, but sometimes a smoothie isn’t realistic on busy days not at home. These lactation muffins are easy to pack, keep in the fridge and are kid-approved!
Skinny Spinach Lactation Muffins Recipe:
Skinny Spinach Lactation Muffins
These lactation muffins are full of spinach, nutrients and taste amazing while boosting milk supply!
Mix dry ingredients in a bowl and set aside. Blend all the wet ingredients in a blender and pour into dry mix. Mix well. Batter is thick, and spoon into greased muffin pan or liners about 3/4 way full. Bake at 375 for 13-15 minutes.
Enjoy these delicious, spinach lactation muffins as a quick breakfast, morning snack, or on-the-go snack as you navigate through life as a new mommy. Make sure to grab our free, 10-Day Sugar Detox + Weight Loss plan with more recipes to help you lose weight and keep up your milk supply!