Cookie Mix

 
 

The Mother’s Support Cookie

Our organic lactation cookie mix contains nourishing, non-GMO ingredients known to increase a new mother’s breast milk supply, boost energy and satisfy cravings. One bag yields 2 dozen cookies. Vegan preparation optional. Shipping costs added at checkout.

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Organic Ingredients • Non-GMO • No Preservatives

Organic Rolled Oats, Organic Unbleached Flour, Organic Whole Wheat Flour, Organic Eggs, Organic Butter, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Brown Sugar, Organic Pistachios, Organic Pine Nuts, Organic Dark Chocolate Chips (Organic Cacao Beans, Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Cacao Butter, Non GMO Soy Lecithin), Organic Flax Seed Meal, Water, Organic Almond Butter, Brewer’s Yeast, Sea Salt, Organic Vanilla, Organic Baking Soda.

 
 
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“They are delicious!  Breastfeeding or not! It’s hard not to eat too many!”

Jenni Kayne

Founder, Jenni Kayne

“Best lactation cookies on the planet.”

Lori Bregman

Author + Birth Doula

“I can honestly say, they are by far the most delicious lactation cookies I’ve ever had. I had to stop my husband from eating all of them!”

Barrett Prendergast

Founder, Valleybrink Road

”10 out of 10.  Absolutely delicious!”

Geri Hirsch

Founder, Because I’m Addicted

 
 
Totum Treats Lactation Cookies Ingredients and Benefits
 

New mothers are in great need of food that will energize, restore and equip them for physical recovery and meeting the needs of their new baby.

But new mothers are also sleep-deprived and short on the time and energy needed to nourish their bodies. And if you’re like most moms I know, recovery and nursing can leave you feeling starving, especially when baby goes through a growth spurt. According to Kellymom, a nursing mother might need up to 500 additional calories per day.

 
 

Oats

Traditionally thought to ease anxiety and depression, oats are rich in iron, calcium, fiber, and B vitamins. Oats are included in many recipes claiming to increase a mother’s milk supply.  


Almond Butter

High in fiber, B12, Vitamin E, magnesium, copper, manganese, potassium, calcium and zinc, almond butter is a great source of plant-based fat and protein, which can help fill a new mom, fight off cravings and boost milk production.


Eggs

Long on the list of foods to feed a new mom, eggs are a great source of protein and healthy fats and are even said to help lower a mom’s risk of postpartum depression. Choline in eggs contributes to baby’s renal development, and lutein strengthens eye health. They’re also full of essential minerals like iron, calcium and vitamins A, D, E and K.

Brewer’s Yeast

A powerful probiotic found to aid digestion, brewer’s yeast is rich in chromium to normalize blood sugar levels and B vitamins to boost milk supply.


Flax Seed Meal

Rich in phytoestrogens, which are found in plants and said to mimic the actions of female sex hormones, particularly estrogen, flax seed meal is said to stimulate the milk glands. It is also rich in essential fatty acids.


Dark Chocolate

We use 74% dark chocolate in our cookies because new moms deserve to feel indulged and because its antioxidant levels are unparalleled. This sexy star is also high in fiber, aids digestion, contains minerals like iron, magnesium, copper, zinc, selenium, potassium and manganese. It has the power to improve circulation, improve energy and stabilize blood sugar.

 
 
 
 

Our first product comes from one of our first opportunities and challenges as a new mom: breastfeeding. For me, I loved knowing that I had everything my baby needed on my person (okay, except diapers). How amazing are we as women that our reproductive system can create a new life, and our boobs can feed that new life? Women are miraculous. But breastfeeding is not without its challenges, and every woman experiences nursing in a different way.  

Not only do so many women judge themselves harshly around breastfeeding, but the achiever in all of us sees the metrics around our baby’s weight gain and the ounces we pump as a sign of success or failure. Screw that! We deserve a treat, and our Mother’s Support Cookies feel good, taste incredible and really do help your milk supply increase.  

I wanted to create a feeding experience for the mom that’s as satisfying as what we provide for our babies. I kept envisioning my Nana rocking me under a blankie and offering me a cookie. Try a bag of our Treats for you, your nursing friend or your hungry husband. You’ll love them!

Making Totum Treats Lactation Cookies From Scratch