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    Default Lactation cookie question

    Hi there, I'm under the impression that the brewers yeast is the key ingredient for the lactation cookies. Is that correct? I just have a great choc chip cookie receipt (with oats and chick peas) that freezes really well and I like the protein aspect that I was hoping to just add the brewers yeast and freeze in preparation. Wdyt?

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    Oats are good too. Can you share the recipe?

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    Idk about brewers yeast, but I made a batch of bikkies with rolled oats, banana, sultanas, and I munched on 3/4 that day and whammo!! My boo s were about to explode... I also have porridge for breaky every morning, so overload of oats did it I think!

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    The brewers yeast is definitely the main ingredient. I have no idea though what freezing the mixture would do or if it would alter the effects but without it the cookies aren't as effective as they need to be. I would just make a batch and out them in a air tight container. They lasted quite a while and still tasted fresh. Unfortunately I never froze it sorry. x

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    Flaxseed meal is in most lactation cookies too. Just soak a couple of spoonfuls in water and add to your mixture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwerty View Post
    Oats are good too. Can you share the recipe?
    http://www.food.com/recipe/chocolate...ickpeas-271179 this is the recipe. I think I'll just add the brewers yeast and flaxseed meal and hope it goes well! Thx for your responses :-)

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    I thought the brewers yeast and flaxseed along with the oats were the active ingredients


 

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