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romansmommy 11-04-2012 12:41 PM

Lactation cookie recipe
 
Due in 6 wks w/ baby #2 and looking for a good lactation cookie recipe (something that tastes delicious so I'll actually eat them!). Also, anyone ever made the dough ahead of time & froze it?

Thanks!!

davisfelisha 11-05-2012 12:21 PM

Re: Lactation cookie recipe
 
I can't post links until I hit the 10 post mark. :(

davisfelisha 11-05-2012 12:22 PM

Re: Lactation cookie recipe
 
And I can't PM either.... :(

KobeeJacknGradysMama 11-05-2012 01:06 PM

Re: Lactation cookie recipe
 
http://theleakyboob.com/2010/04/lact...kies-recipe-2/

cyanotype 11-05-2012 05:36 PM

http://i48.tinypic.com/2h4ex01.jpg
Best one I've tried! It really works plus its on the healthy side. :p
I've made these into bars instead if cookies. The dough freezes okay as well.

My phone thinks it smarter than me. Please pardon any mistakes.

romansmommy 11-05-2012 08:24 PM

Thanks!! For the oats, does it matter if I use old-fashion or quick?

I seriously had no milk w/ DS despite feeding on demand, pumping, meeting w/ LCs, fenugreek, and a round of Reglan so I'm trying to be proactive this time and have other tricks on hand to try should I need them :)

BiscuitFarmer 11-05-2012 08:27 PM

I've always seen those recipes, and others, call for old fashioned oats, not the quick oats. Where's a good place to buy Brewer's yeast? Walmart doesn't have it here :(

Bentley'sMomma 11-05-2012 08:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by romansmommy
Thanks!! For the oats, does it matter if I use old-fashion or quick?

I seriously had no milk w/ DS despite feeding on demand, pumping, meeting w/ LCs, fenugreek, and a round of Reglan so I'm trying to be proactive this time and have other tricks on hand to try should I need them :)

You'll want to use old fashioned rolled oats. I tried pp recipe this week when I got sick and my supply dipped. They are great (it's hard to eat just 1 or 2). Also, heads up, the recipe makes a lot... I think I made 40-50 cookies. I just froze the extras.

cyanotype 11-06-2012 05:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bentley'sMomma

You'll want to use old fashioned rolled oats. I tried pp recipe this week when I got sick and my supply dipped. They are great (it's hard to eat just 1 or 2). Also, heads up, the recipe makes a lot... I think I made 40-50 cookies. I just froze the extras.

I use steel cut oats, rolled is good as well.

Extras? These cookies are gone in 1-2 days in my house. Lol. My husband takes at least 4 to work as a snack. :D

My phone thinks it smarter than me. Please pardon any mistakes.

cyanotype 11-06-2012 05:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BiscuitFarmer
I've always seen those recipes, and others, call for old fashioned oats, not the quick oats. Where's a good place to buy Brewer's yeast? Walmart doesn't have it here :(

I get mine at the local health food store. :goodvibes:

My phone thinks it smarter than me. Please pardon any mistakes.


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