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Delicious Oatmeal Raisin Lactation Cookies

August 31, 2019

I can’t decide what I love most about my oatmeal raisin lactation cookies recipe.

 

Maybe it's the fennel or the flax seed. Perhaps it's the raisins – I'm a sucker for a good oatmeal raisin cookie, and if they can double as an excellent breastfeeding cookie, all the better.

 

I went through a few lactation recipes before I landed on this oatmeal raisin lactation cookie recipe. It caters to the flavors that I love, it’s got a great, chewy texture, and it’s chock full of ingredients that will help you to produce more milk!

 

While I haven’t had too much trouble getting my breasts to produce milk, I have a number of close friends who have suffered in this way.

 

My first baby was harder than my second, which meant that these oatmeal raisin lactation cookies were an absolute lifesaver.

 

Not only can you look forward to sorting out that milk supply problem, but you also have some awesome tasting oatmeal raisin lactation cookies in your future that can help to satisfy those midnight hunger cravings – I know I wolfed them down without regard when I was doing my nightly feeds – I still am!

 

Almost forgot to mention that one of the best things about this recipe is that you can make it completely dairy-free by using coconut oil instead of butter.

 

Enough about me. Let me share with you my wonderful oatmeal raisin lactation cookies recipe.

 

 

Oatmeal Raisin Lactation Cookie Recipe

 

Ingredients:

 

  • 2 ¼ Cups Fine Rolled Oats (don’t use Jumbo rolled oats). My favorite rolled oats are Great River organic milling rolled oats, which you can get here.

  • ½ Cup Brown Sugar

  • 1/2 - 1 Cup Organic Raisins - depending on how many you prefer. 

  • 1-2 Tablespoons Brewer’s Yeast. Because I know brewer’s yeast can be hard to come by, I’ll share what I use which is Anthony’s Brewer’s Yeast Powder which you can get here.

  • 2 Tablespoons Ground Flax Seed or LSA

  • Good Pinch Salt

  • 1 Tablespoon Fennel Seeds

  • 1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon

  • 100g Butter

  • 1 Free-Range Egg

 

Method:

 

Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Prepare a baking tray with baking paper.

 

  1. Place all ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix together.
     

  2. Get an ice cream scoop and use it to portion out the mixture, rolling each scoop into a ball before placing evenly on the baking tray. Gently flatten the cookies with a fork before baking them for 12-14 minutes, until golden brown. Allow to cool!

 

Recipe notes:

 

  1. You can either freeze these oatmeal raisin lactation cookies or keep them in an airtight container for up to a week.
     

  2. If you want to get fancy with the flavor, you can try roasting the fennel seeds beforehand in a pan. Once they’ve been browned to your liking, you can crush them with a mortar and pestle before adding them to your mixture.

 

A lot of the ingredients in these oatmeal raisin lactation cookies are considered to be galactagogues.

 

This means that they’re ingredients that promote breastfeeding in humans and animals. Oats, brewer’s yeast, fennel and flax seed all fall into this category.

 

Happy baking! I know how frustrating it can be just to want to breastfeed your child. There's nothing more annoying than not having your expectations met when it comes to what breastfeeding is going to be like.

 

Thank goodness there’s a natural, delicious way to promote your breastmilk supply. With this scrumptious oatmeal raisin lactation cookie recipe, you’ll be munching away even after you’re milk supply is back up to standard.

 

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Which ingredient do you love most in this recipe? Let me know!

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