The Milk Mama Lactation eCookbook
$ 39.99 USD
If you're wanting to improve your milk supply without extra stress or effort, this cookbook is for you! Inside are 52 healthy lactation recipes to naturally boost your milk supply, as well as 10+ pages of breastfeeding tips, tricks, and nutritional science for the most asked questions. Each recipe is easy to prepare and made with nourishing foods proven to improve milk supply like oats, almonds, and flaxseed. This is the ultimate cookbook for new moms!

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What's included in the lactation cookbook

  • Healthy recipes made with natural lactogenic ingredients
  • 12 easy breakfast recipes
  • 15 hearty main dishes
  • 17 healthy snacks
  • 8 delicious desserts
  • 13 pages of breastfeeding tips, tricks, and nutritional science
  • Options for dairy free and vegan diets

Frequently asked questions

Can I find these recipes on your blog?

Some of them are available on the blog, but most are exclusive to this cookbook.

What are lactogenic foods?

Lactogenic foods are foods that have been proven to naturally increase your milk supply and production. Some of these foods include oats, almonds, flaxseed, sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and dark leafy greens.

Is this cookbook allergy friendly?

Every recipe in this lactation cookbook is gluten free and refined sugar free. Some recipes can be modified for certain nut allergies, dairy free, or vegan diets.

Do I need special ingredients to make these lactation recipes?

Some of the common ingredients are oats, oat flour, almond flour, flaxseed, chickpeas, greek yogurt, and protein powder. You WILL NOT need any brewer's yeast or barley, and all ingredients can be found at any supermarket or Walmart.

Can my partner, kids, or friends eat these recipes?

Yes! While each recipe is considered a "lactation recipe," they are all safe to share with others. My husband has tried almost recipe in this cookbook!

Can I make these recipes ahead of time?

Yes! These recipes are great for weekly meal prep or freezing for later. I highly recommend making some of your favorite recipes to take to the hospital when you have your baby!

Will these recipes improve my milk supply if I am pumping?

Yes! If you are producing milk to feed your baby, whether it's breastfeeding or pumping or both, these healthy lactation recipes will boost your milk supply!

How can I tell if these recipes are improving my milk supply?

  • If you are exclusively pumping, you will notice more ounces of milk per pumping session. You might also notice more fat in your milk when you see it in a storage bag. This means the quality of your milk is improving as well!
  • If you are exclusively breastfeeding, it might be a little bit harder to tell, but in my experience, my baby seemed happier after each feeding and he didn't need to eat as often. I also noticed that I had a stronger let-down each time.