Lactation Cookies Recipe | Healthy Lactation Cookies
Lactation Cookies Recipe | Healthy Lactation Cookies recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Lactation cookies are healthy and nutritious cookies made with ingredients which will help to boost milk supply in breastfeeding mothers. We use oats, flax seeds, fennel seeds and almonds which is considered to boost milk supply for lactating mothers. These crunchy cookies are so addictive that not only lactating mothers but everyone will enjoy as snacks.
I came across this recipe in OMBC group in Facebook. Recipe was posted by Simran in her ovenderful healthy baking blog. I always admire Simran as a person for the quality work she does, social impact activities and way she has build big community of healthy bakers. This group is huge motivation for my healthy baking. Don’t forget to check her blog for lot of interesting and innovative healthy baking recipes as well as many gluten free and vegan recipes.
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How to make Lactation Cookies with step by step pictures
Dry roast oats in low flame till fragrant and crispy.
Allow it to cool down and transfer to mixer.
Grind to coarse powder and take in a bowl.
Add chopped almonds to it.
Then add fennel seeds and flax seeds.
Next add powdered jaggery/brown sugar and mix it nicely till everything is combined.
Finally add ghee to bind together the dough.
Don’t knead much just bring it together.
Make small balls and flatten them in your hands. Line baking tray with parchment paper and arrange the cookies.
Preheat the oven 180°C for ten minutes and bake in same temperature for 18-20 minutes. Allow it to cool down and store in air tight container.
Enjoy the lactation cookies.
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