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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Cookies for the Elves (Not just for Lactation)

Ariana and David
Hi, I am Carrie Thompson, I am Denise's sister, AKA Dr. Punger.  This is my first in a series of guest posts on her Permission to Mother blog. Denise and her boys came to visit me in NY and she brought some fun things from the office that I am going to write about. One of them is the Lactation Cookie Mix. It's the first time we've made cookies together. The kids loved it. We used the Milk Makers gluten-free/dairy-free mix.

They were delicious; the kids (and Denise and I) dug right in, Please note anyone can enjoy these cookies, They are not just for lactation, but the inspiration for these cookies were to use ingredients that support milk production like oatmeal and brewer's yeast. None of us in my house are lactating.

She brought me the mix in both the oatmeal chocolate and the oatmeal raisin. Both were just as good as the the prepared Milk Makers Cookies.  You can use coconut oil and egg substitutes to keep them  GFDF, but we added butter and eggs to our mix. We got 19 large cookies out of the mix. They were very simple to make. A non-baker could make these. Even Denise.

The mix and the prepared cookies are available at Denise's office during office hours.

We had a few cookies left over. The mix bag has a ziplock seal. We can store the cookies right in the bag the mix came in.

~Carrie Thompson
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2 comments:

Abby Cook said...

Haha....! I loved the "no one is lactating in my house" and "even Denise" can bake the cookies... Sister love

-abby

Lisa Friend said...

OK, now I am really hungry for cookies! These look delicious!

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