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Pumpkin Lactation Recipes to Pump up Milk Supply

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Lactogenic Pumpkin Recipes for Milk Supply this Fall

Fall is full of decadent treats, flavors, and spices. There are dozens of absolutely delicious pumpkin recipes for milk supply that are loaded with lactogenic foods!

There are lots of foods that increase breastmilk supply naturally. These foods are called lactogenic and known as galactagogues. Check out a great list of lactogenic foods and snacks.

Lots of mamas know a few galactagogues like fennel, oats, and flax meal. But the list of lactogenic foods goes far beyond that AND there are actually a lot more effective lactogenic foods than those well-known ones.

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This list of pumpkin spice lactation recipes blends all kinds of lactogenic foods that are highly effective to give your milk the biggest boost!

Things like sesame seeds, almonds, and figs are stellar for your breastmilk supply and these healthy fall recipes all include lactogenic ingredients just like that!

I’ve been sure to include recipes for every meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert so that you can enjoy fall flavors and a milk boost for any meal!

I can’t be the only one absolutely obsessed with pumpkin spice who wants to include it every day during the fall!

So I hope you enjoy these recipes and get a great boost in your breastmilk supply!

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Pumpkin Lactation Recipes to Boost Milk Supply for Fall

1. Pumpkin Hummus

pumpkin spice hummus to increase lactation in breastfeeding moms

Pumpkin Spice Hummus from Little Sunny Kitchen

Sesame seeds are the most lactogenic seed! And Tahini butter is straight sesame seeds! How perfect that this absolutely delicious pumpkin spice hummus is going to boost up your milk supply. Dips some raw veggies in it for a perfect milk boosting snack any time!

2. Healthy Pumpkin Pancakes

healthy pumpkin panckaes to increase breastmilk supply

Healthy Pumpkin Pancakes from North South Blonde

If you like pancakes at all you absolutely HAVE to try these to increase your breastmilk supply! There are a TON of lactogenic foods in these tasty little breakfast bites.

These pancakes are made with almond flour, our most lactogenic nut! In addition, they also contain flax egg (we all know flax meal is great for milk supply), and almond milk as well! These pumpkin spice pancakes should take that milk supply to a whole new level!

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3. Pumpkin Lactation Boosting Overnight Oats

Pumpkin Spiced Lactogenic Overnight Oats from Vigor it Out

This overnight oat recipe is ridiculously delicious and formulated especially with milk supply in mind. Loaded with 3 different galactogogues, as well as extra ingredients that increase the nutritional density of your breastmilk, you MUST give this recipe a try this autumn!

4. Pumpkin Morning Glory Muffins

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Pumpkin Morning Glory Muffins from Once Upon a Pumpkin

This healthy treat is the perfect lactogenic breakfast or great for a yummy snack! These gluten-free pumpkin muffins are sure to give a boost to your breastmilk supply. They contain galactagogues such as almond flour (super lactogenic), pumpkin seeds, and ginger. Enjoy these muffins guilt-free and know you’re pumping up that milk supply this fall!

5. Paleo Pumpkin Coffee Cake

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Paleo Pumpkin Coffee Cake from Food with Jessica

Ready for a sweet fall treat that is also good for milk supply? It’s a great idea to incorporate a lactogenic food into each meal to keep a healthy milk supply. Why not have snacks and desserts on hand that are great for milk supply too?

This sweet treat has healthier sugars than the white killer: including maple syrup and coconut sugar to give you a healthy dose of sweetness with less of a blood sugar spike. The almond flour and even cinnamon in this recipe are great for your milk supply.

6. The Best Almond Flour Pumpkin Bread

almond flour pumpkin bread for milk supply

Almond Flour Pumpkin Bread from Eat Yourself Skinny

As I mentioned before, almonds are awesome for your milk supply! And you can’t do fall without pumpkin bread, or at least I can’t! So to keep a high milk supply, make this delectable pumpkin bread recipe all season long and indulge in a beautiful mix of fall flavors that are great for lactation!

7. Pumpkin Spice Lactation Smoothie

pumpkin spice lactation smoothie to increase breastmilk supply

Pumpkin Spice Lactation Smoothie from Making of Mom

My favorite way to keep a high milk supply is a great lactation smoothie! Easy, fast, and awesome for milk supply! This recipe screams fall and is specially formulated to keep a high milk supply!

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8. Roasted Pumpkin Salad with Walnuts

roasted pumpkin salad with figs for breastmilk supply

Roasted Pumpkin Salad with Walnuts from Anna Banana

This refreshing salad has an absolutely irresistible blend of fall flavors that will tantalize your senses. It includes delicious roasted pumpkin, and some of the most lactogenic fruits: figs! So eat up this tasty lunch or dinner recipe, enjoy your fall flavors, and pump up that milk supply fast!

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9. Pumpkin Black Bean Quinoa Soup

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Black Bean and Quinoa Pumpkin Soup from Avocado Pesto

For centuries many cultures have been using legumes mixed with whole grains to boost their lactation! Quinoa is marketed as a whole grain but is actually a seed known to be great for your milk supply. Paired with black beans, this recipe has everything you need for a hearty fall milk booster!

10. Creamy White Bean and Turkey Pumpkin Chili

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Creamy Pumpkin Turkey Chili from Family Style Food

To take the fall flavors up another notch let’s add turkey in along with the pumpkin! Did you have any idea that turkey is super lactogenic? Fall couldn’t be more perfect for keeping a high milk supply! The whole family will adore this blend of fall flavors and mom and baby will really love the lactogenic effects of it!

Wrapping Up Pumpkin Recipes for Milk Supply

Which was your favorite pumpkin recipe to increase your milk supply this fall? I’m not going to lie, while making this post I totally took a break and went and made the pumpkin pancakes for my family for breakfast! Which were a HUGE winner! No leftovers!

What lactation recipes have given you the biggest boost in milk supply? Reach out in the comments below.

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