Sometimes I get really sick of smoothies. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I LOVE them. I could have one every single morning. But sometimes, I just need something different. That’s where this amazingly delicious milk-boosting lactation pudding comes in. It is gluten-free and vegan and with just 4 simple ingredients, you can make this in a flash to up your milk supply in no time.

lactation pudding that boosts milk supply

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What Makes This a Pudding?

What’s really unique about this pudding is that it is completely vegan. Normally puddings have gelatin in them, which knocks them off the vegan list. But this one is completely free of any animal products.

What’s the secret? Chia seeds. And no, it’s not your typical chia pudding where you are gulping down actual seeds. It is completely smooth just like a real pudding!

Secret Milk-Boosting Ingredient

So what makes this a milk-boosting treat? My secret weapon: Milk Dust.

Milk Dust is a vegan protein powder that is so delicious and versatile. It has so many benefits for breastfeeding women including all of the herbs that are known to boost your milk supply.

In addition, it helps curb sugar cravings and is known to help you lose weight while breastfeeding without sacrificing your supply.

Bonus: it tastes absolutely amazing. I like to compare it to a speculoos cookie. It is sweet so I can literally just blend the powder with some oat milk and be good to go (although I do love experimenting with some other delicious recipes)!

Milk-Boosting Lactation Pudding Recipe

Alright, alright. Let’s get right into that pudding recipe shall we? You will need:

  • 1/2 cup frozen fruit (I love peaches and/or cherries)
  • 1 scoop of Milk Dust
  • 1 cup of milk of choice (I love Oatly!)
  • 1/3 cup of chia seeds
  1. Add all ingredients to your blender. I like to add the chia seeds last so that they don’t start sticking to the sides.
  2. Blend together.
  3. Use a blender spatula to clean out your blender cup…trust me, you won’t want any of this going to waste!

Check out my Survival Guide for a Dip in Milk Supply if you want some super boosting tips.

Do you have a favorite milk-boosting recipe? Share it in the comments below!