Milk's Up Lactation Pancakes
Who doesn't enjoy pancakes for breakfast..?!
This recipe for lactation pancakes contains only 6 store cupboard ingredients. Once measured and blended, all you need to do is cook them up. They are delicious, filling, and contain oats, which are a natural source of galactagogues to support a healthy milk supply. They are also high in protein and potassium for slow release energy to keep you full for longer.
They can also be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge for 3 days, or frozen for up to a month. Once reheated, you have a delicious breakfast on hand whenever needed.
Our Milk's Up tea is the perfect brew to enjoy with these. It is 100% natural, caffeine free, and contains whole leaf herbs that have traditionally been used to support milk supply and lactation.
2 cups of porridge oats
1 large ripe banana
2 tbsp milled flax seeds
2 tbsp nut butter
1 1/2 cups of oat milk (or preferred)
Knob of butter
- Add all of the ingredients except the butter into a blender (or bowl) and blend until smooth. The batter is very thick in consistency.
- Heat a knob of butter on a medium heat, in a heavy based pan
- Cook a small ladle full of batter for two minutes on each side. Keep cooking until all of the pancake mix is used up.
- Serve 2-3 (depending on size) pancakes with your favourite toppings. We like yoghurt, chocolate chips and strawberries.
The HotTea tea-ms favourite toppings:
Golden syrup and dried fruit for a flapjack vibe
Melted chocolate (or choc spread) and orange segments
Natural/Greek yoghurt swirled with lemon curd
Maple syrup and crispy bacon