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.
This pink drink recipe will soon be your all-in-one cure for when you need a milk supply miracle!
I’t so easy to make, only three ingredients and making it at home is half the price.
Are you thirsty now? Let’s dive in!
Pink Drink Ingredients
Here’s how to make a pink drink breastfeeding moms swear by as an instant breast milk boosting drink!
Don’t 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
How to Make Your Own Pink Drink to Increase Milk Supply
- 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.
I love this drink and I’m so glad I can save a ton of money by making it at home everyday!
- 1 packet Starbucks' Very Berry 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 like
- Add ice
- Poor the coconut milk in the rest of the way to fill 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.
Why Does Pink Drink Increase Milk Supply?
I think we already know that word on the street for a while has been that, yes – the pink drink from Starbucks does increase milk supply. However, why is that?
The ingredients were listed above and there are only three of them. So what could be the secret breast milk boosting weapon in this sweet, pink drink?
In this 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.
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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