Lactation Overnight Oatmeal is a delicious way to increase milk supply overnight. Lactation Overnight with the brewer’s yeast and flax meal, the oats made an unusual recipe for breastfeeding oatmeal.
These handful of overnight oatmeal recipes are all milk boosters. Great recipes for breastfeeding cookies and milk-raising smoothies.
1/3 cups steel-cut oats organic
1 teaspoon flax seed organic
1 teaspoon brewer’s yeast organic
1 Tablespoon honey or maple syrup
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 cup milk of your choice
1/4 cup fruits of your choice
1 Blend oats, flaxseed, brewer’s yeast, maple syrup or nectar, and cinnamon.
2 Add the milk, mixing to guarantee an even blend (you don’t need the brewer’s yeast to impact).
3 Add in the fruit
4 Place in a sealed container like a Mason jar overnight in the refrigerator
5 By morning, the oats are ready to enjoy
What kind of oats can be used for overnight oats?
Overnight oats are usually the best once-in-a-lifetime oats because they offer a good texture once soaked. You can use quick kick oats or quick counter, but be aware that it can be a bit gnarly but still fine.
What kind of milk can be used for overnight oats?
You can use any milk including cow’s milk, cashew milk, almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk, hemp milk, or oat milk.
How long do overnight oats last?
If you use skim milk, your oats will stay in the fridge for 5-7 days. This means you can enable 5 days, divide them into mason jars, and have breakfast in minutes for each day of the workweek.
What Can I Use to Sweeten Overnight Oats?
I absolutely love using brown sugar as it gives it a comforting taste but feel free to use your favorite sweetener such as stevia, monk fruit, or whatever you enjoy.