Floren-titties Milk Making Cookies


To celebrate mothers (and women in general), we bring you lactation cookies in the form of these beautiful Floren-titties! If lactation isn't something you're wanting help with, you can always skip the Brewers Yeast and just enjoy them as a delicious, rustic wholefood treat.
Brewers Yeast is a byproduct of the beer industry. It’s a deactivated yeast that is naturally high in B vitamins, Iron, Chromium and protein. It has been used as a home remedy to increase milk supply for centuries and can also have positive effects on your gut microbiome. We are a huge fan. What we aren’t particularly a fan of though, is the taste… so we have disguised this super boob food using a combination of delicious grains, fruits, nuts and chocolate (we really raided The Wholefood Pantry for this recipe!). Try it out for yourself, have fun with it, and top with a cheeky cacao nib to complete the boobie vibes.
*Although brewers yeast is considered a safe ingredient, excessive consumption may have negative effects in some people. We have included a small, supportive amount of brewers yeast in this recipe, but if you have any concerns at all, make sure you speak to your primary health care provider

Ingredients

3/4 cup rolled oats

1/4 tsp baking soda

1 egg

1/4 cup dried fruit, chopped (we used apricots)

 

PRODUCTS

1/4 cup The Wholefood Pantry Buckwheat Flour

1 tbsp The Wholefood Pantry Linseeds

1 tbsp The Wholefood Pantry Brewer's Yeast

2 tbsp The Wholefood Pantry Coconut Sugar

Pinch of The Wholefood Pantry Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt

1/4 cup The Wholefood Pantry Coconut Oil

1/4 cup The Wholefood Pantry Maple Syrup

1/2 cup The Wholefood Pantry Raw Almonds

1/2 cup The Wholefood Pantry Dark Chocolate Buttons

The Wholefood Pantry Cacao Nibs


1. Preheat your oven to 180C.

2. Place almonds in a blender or food processor and blitz until a fine meal has formed.

3. Add oats, buckwheat flour, almond meal, linseeds, Brewer's yeast, coconut sugar, baking soda and salt in a mixing bowl, mix well.

4. In a seperate bowl, mix melted coconut oil, maple syrup and egg.

5. Stir the wet ingredients into the dry, then add the chopped dried fruit.

6. Scoop your cookies onto a lined baking sheet and flatten.

7. Bake for 10 minutes then allow to cool so that they can firm up a bit.

8. Melt dark chocolate buttons, and once the cookies have been cooling for 10-15 minutes spoon dark chocolate and spread evenly across cookie. Before the chocolate has set place a cacao nib to make a perky nip to top off your milk makers. 

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Organic Buckwheat Flour

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Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt

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Organic Canadian 100% Maple Syrup

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Organic Dairy Free Dark Choc Buttons

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Organic Cacao Nibs

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