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Here’s a pumpkin lactation muffin recipe loaded with all the best lactation aids, such as oat flour, oatmeal and flax! You’ll love this fall inspired lactation recipe any time of the year!
These hearty little muffins were created specifically for breastfeeding moms to help boost milk supply, but anyone can enjoy them for their bountiful nutritional value!
And, if this sweet milk-making treat doesn’t do the trick for you, see this post with 8 more pumpkin lactation recipes!
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Does Pumpkin Increase Milk Supply?
Pumpkin for breastfeeding mothers is a good thing! Pumpkin may not be widely known to have this magical ability to increase milk supply, but it does!
Even pumpkin seeds are a good snack for breastfeeding mothers as they contain lots of fiber and iron.
Pumpkin is an unexpected galactagogue. Which is just a really weird way of saying that a food or herb has the ability to aid in more breast milk production.
So mama, here’s all the permission you need to go ahead and have as many pumpkin treats as you wish, no matter the season!
Pumpkin, is thankfully NOT one of the foods to avoid while breastfeeding!
Additions and Substitutions
This pumpkin lactation muffins recipe excludes the addition of chocolate chips, but here’s how easy it is to add them! Simply omit the raisins and/or dates and add in as many chocolate chips as you like!
Yes, this recipe is awesome because it’s like two in one!
In fact, there’s one more name these muffins could have gone by, they could have also been called pumpkin oatmeal lactation muffins because I included this superior galactagogue as often as I could!
This recipe also uses oat flour and oatmeal for a major breast milk boosting advantage!
How to Store Them
If your muffins last for more than a day, then I would recommend sealing them up in an airtight container and popping them into the refrigerator. I like to use glass storage containers like these I bought at Amazon.
I tend to toss everything in the fridge, just to be safe and to preserve my food for as long as possible. When you’re ready to pull one out, simply microwave it for no longer than 15 seconds and enjoy it warm and soft again.
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