Pumpkin oatmeal lactation smoothie (to boost milk supply)

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Looking for a healthy breastfeeding drink that will help increase milk supply? This lactation pumpkin oatmeal smoothie is perfect for breastfeeding moms! It includes delicious flavors of Fall and ingredients that can help increase your milk supply and give you more energy to keep up with those kiddos all day.

If you love pumpkin, the you should check out our whole collection of healthy pumpkin lactation recipes

It’s important to stay hydrated while breastfeeding so that you can produce breast milk. But it can get boring drinking water all day. That’s why you need a few healthy alternatives.

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This smoothie is like pumpkin pie in a glass. Except it’s actually good for you!

Smoothies are a great breastfeeding drink for a few reason:

  • easy to make one handed
  • contain a big boost of nutrition all in one glass
  • provide lasting energy

There are many foods that increase milk supply known as galactagogues. This recipe includes these galactagogues to help you make more breast milk:

Want to boost milk supply the easy way? You have to try this protein powder I’m loving called Milk Dust. It’s the only protein powder designed specifically for breastfeeding moms to help curb sugar cravings, boost nutrients and help you make more milk. The best part is it’s dairy free, gluten free, plant based and GMO free!

Eating a breastfeeding diet that includes a variety of galactagogues can make it easier for you to produce milk for your baby.

Want a done for you breastfeeding diet plan? Check out this FREE breastfeeding meal plan. 

Pumpkin while Breastfeeding

Did you know that Pumpkin can help boost milk supply? In many countries it is a traditional galactagogue eaten by breastfeeding mothers.

There is even a study from Thailand that found that pumpkin can help increase breast milk supply and volume.

Check out this video below for more on why pumpkin is a great food to include in your breastfeeding diet.

Lactation Pumpkin Oat Smoothie – Tips for this Recipe

This recipe require just a few ingredients and is very easy to make. Just another reason why this makes a great snack for breastfeeding moms.

This smoothie starts with 2 bananas. You can use fresh or frozen. But frozen are preferred because they give your smoothie extra creaminess.

Coconut milk is a great food to eat for increasing breast milk supply. This recipe uses the kind found in the refrigerated dairy section of the grocery store, such as the Silk brand. Alternatively, you could use canned coconut milk, it will just make a thicker smoothie.

You could also use almond milk, oat milk or cashew milk if you prefer.

Just make sure that you get an unsweetened version to help keep your sugar intake low.

Ginger and pumpkin pie spice make this smoothie full of Fall flavors. But also anti inflammatory ingredients that are good for your health.

The real milk maker in this recipe though is the Milk Dust lactation protein powder. It’s made with ingredients specifically designed for boost breast milk. Plus it adds protein which can help you stay full longer (and lose the baby weight)

If after blending you still see chunks of oatmeal or ginger, blend an additional 2 minutes until completely mixed.

More Pumpkin lactation recipes

If you love this smoothie recipe and love pumpkin and pumpkin spice, give a few of these recipes a try!

Pumpkin Lactation Cookies

Healthy Pumpkin Lactation Bread

Pumpkin Lactation Muffins Recipe

Lactation Pumpkin Oatmeal Smoothie

Lactation Pumpkin Oatmeal Smoothie

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Consider this healthy pumpkin pie in a glass. Made with foods that can help boost milk supply while breastfeeding.


  • 2 small bananas
  • 1/3 cup pumpkin
  • 1/4 cup oatmeal
  • 1/2 tsp pumpkin spice
  • 1 inch piece fresh ginger
  • 1 scoop Milk Dust lactation protein powder
  • 16 oz Coconut milk


  1. Add banana and coconut milk to the blender.
  2. Add pumpkin, oatmeal, pumpkin spice, ginger and Milk Dust to the blender.
  3. Blend on high for 2 minutes or until well combined.
  4. Pour into large glass or tumbler.
  5. Enjoy!


Substitute any non dairy milk for coconut milk.

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