Our Choc Chip Lactation Cookies can provide this solution for you and our 100% natural ingredients, all reputed to help you increase your milk supply naturally have been helping mums now for years. Made from our hand picked selection of natural herbs and wholesome ingredients, all researched and naturopathically approved, they’ll provide you with the nourishment you need to move past the struggle that low milk supply has on successful breastfeeding and the often unsettled affect this has on your baby. There’s benefit in every bite of our Feeding Cookies, that help towards promoting healthy lactation for breastfeeding mums and you will be able to enjoy the breastfeeding journey with your baby, watching them grow and thrive.
Containing key ingredients: Oats, Linseeds and Coconut Oil. All well known galactagogues (lactation promoting ingredients) and have been traditionally used for many years as a herbal remedy to encourage healthy lactation, you’ll love how delicious our cookies make these ingredients taste, so you can easily incorporate them into your daily diet. It’s easy to have our cookies on hand wherever you and your baby need to be to keep milk supply strong and be able to breastfeed with confidence.
Yummy Mummy Food Company Feeding Cookies are also preservative, wheat, dairy AND refined sugar free, so you can rest assured there will be no nasty side effects to either yourself or your baby from allergies or intolerances. We’ve also added organic dark chocolate chips to this recipe, meaning you can satisfy those chocolate cravings while still enjoying a dairy free lactation cookie option!
There’s no going back once you’ve tried these Choc Chip Lactation Cookies, they provide a convenient and natural means to help boost your milk supply and ensure you and your baby are receiving all the nourishment you need for you both to establish and enjoy breastfeeding.
“Your lactation cookies tasted great! Not too sweet, but a nice treat which was easy to eat 3 a day without feeling sickly. I’ve had a noticeable difference in milk supply after only one week!” – Kate G. (Dietician)
How many cookies are there in a box?
There are 10 cookies per box (230gm box).
How many Lactation Cookies should I have a day to improve my milk supply?
We suggest that if you are having problems with lactation you have three a day for the first few days and then one a day should be sufficient. This should be done in combination with all the other advice your health practitioner has given you such as regular feedings from both breasts and the use of a breast pump.
Organic buckwheat flour, coconut oil, brown rice syrup, organic coconut sugar, rolled oats, linseed, filtered water, organic dark chocolate, cinnamon, baking soda, raising agent (500), Himalayan salt, natural rosemary extract.
Oats provide dietary fibre to help relieve constipation, which is very helpful for a lot of pregnant women. It’s a good source of essential vitamins such as thiamine, folic acid, biotin and vitamin e. Oats also have a low glycemic index which means they may help you have longer lasting energy!
Linseeds contain omega 3 essential fatty acids which may help prevent excess biochemicals that the body produces under stress, making it great for busy parents.
Coconut oil is dairy and wheat free. It contains lauric acid which is a medium chain fatty acid. Mothers’ milk also contains lauric acid so how great is that for a lactation cookie! It’s also reputed to be antifungal, antiviral and antimicrobial. Another great attribute for a breastfeeding mother and it’s great for your hair and skin as well.
Buckwheat flour is high in b vitamins, lysine, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, zinc and cooper. It’s also high in fibre. It contains the eight essential amino acids. It’s a rich supply of flavonoids and best of all its gluten free!
*contains gluten from oats. May contain traces of nuts
** If your customers are concerned about breast milk supply or their baby’s health, they should always seek help from a health care provider. Lactation consultants, breastfeeding counsellors, specialist nurses like child health nurses or doctors can also help with any breastfeeding questions or concerns they may have. The Australian Breastfeeding Association is also a great resource for information and support.