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It’s pink, pretty and sweet, but most of all it’s full of lactogenic magic to help perk up any breastfeeding mom’s gloomy milk supply situation.
These 2 Pink Drink Recipes will soon be your all-in-one cure for when you need a milk supply kick start!
They are so easy to make, only three ingredients in each and making them at home is half the price. Grab the recipes to print at the end, but don’t miss the goodies in the beginning!
Are you thirsty now?
Let’s dive in!
Starbucks’ Pink Drink and Milk Supply
How does the Pink Drink affect milk supply and what’s the secret breast milk boosting weapon?
In a separate read, I answer the question, “does Starbucks’ Pink Drink Increase milk supply?” – it also goes deeper into depth on some other secrets to increasing milk supply.
You can find the link at the end of this post to read that article after you’re done here and grab yourself the popular free eBook, “Milk Supply Rescue” while you’re there!
What Does the Pink Drink Taste Like?
The original Pink Drink from Starbucks tastes like a creamy pink starburst. Yes, yum! The unfortunate thing about this copycat Pink Drink recipe is that the flavor is somewhat different than what you may be expecting.
This is because Starbucks is smart and they do not sell VIA Refresher packets of the original Pink Drink’s flavor. Even so, the Very Berry Hibiscus flavor is still super yummy AND pink!
This copycat Pink Drink has more of a tropical fruity taste. Still very satisfying and lactogenic, I think you’ll like it just as much!
How to Make A CopyCat Pink Drink to Increase Milk Supply
Here’s how to make a copycat pink drink breastfeeding moms swear by with an instant breast milk boosting effect!
Now, you don’t have to pay the premium Starbucks’ prices or even leave your home to get your low milk supply fix!
Just three ingredients and you can make this drink yourself!
- Starbuck’s Very Berry Hibiscus VIA Instant Refreshers packets
- So Delicious Organic coconut milk
- Dehydrated strawberries
- Just add your packet of Very Berry Hibiscus to 1/4 cup of warm water, stir to dissolve.
- Add the ice and dehydrated strawberries (optional).
- Poor the coconut milk in to fill your cup the rest of the way.
P.S. There’s still one more homemade pink drink recipe in this post, don’t leave before you get that one too! Because a mama needs options, right!?
- 1 packet Starbucks' Very Berry Hibiscus VIA Instant Refresher
- So Delicious Organic and Unsweetened Coconut Milk
- Dehydrated Strawberries
- In your glass of choice, add about a 1/4 cup of hot water.
- Poor your Very Berry VIA packet into the hot water.
- Stir the powder into the water until completely smooth and dissolved.
- Add in your dehydrated strawberries, as many as you would like
- Add ice
- Pour the coconut milk in the rest of the way to fill the cup
- Stir beverage until it's a unified, pretty pink color
The origical Pink Drink from Starbucks does not use the Very Berry flavor, but they do not sell the Pink Drink flavor in stores.
Homemade DIY Pink Drink Recipe
Here’s the second Pink Drink Recipe. This one is less of a dupe or copycat like the first one, but leaves you in a little more control of the flavor and is even less expensive!
All you need is some Ocean Spray White Cran-Strawberry Juice, again coconut milk and fresh or dehydrated strawberries.
To save or print this homemade pink drink recipe, find the recipe card below!
- 1/2 C. Ocean Spray White Cran-Strawberry Juice
- 1/2 C. Organic Coconut Milk
- Dehydrated Strawberries
- In your favorite tumbler, add your dehydrated strawberries and ice.
- Poor over 1/2 cup cran-strawberry juice.
- Add the 1/2 cup of coconut milk and stir to combine.
- Drink up to make more milk!
Does Coconut Milk Increase Breast Milk Supply?
While there is no official claims made yet, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence that the minerals and hydration provided by coconut milk help to nourish a mother’s cells. In turn, creating an environment fit to produce more milk for her offspring.
Also remember, that dehydration can severely impede breast milk production too. There is also no doubt that sitting down to relax and enjoy a tasty beverage like the pink drink is going to aid in a healthy environment for making milk.
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There you have it mama, a Pink Drink recipe with all of the lactogenic effects you were hoping for, the pretty pink color and tropical fruity flavor!
This drink looks great on Instagram as well as in your fridge in the form of extra breast milk for your little one. You can make this Pink Drink at home with just three ingredients.
Which are, coconut milk, Starbucks Very Berry Hibiscus VIA Refreshers and dehydrated strawberries.
Enjoy mama and thanks for reading!
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