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Lactation Cookies (Fructose Free)



25 portion(s)

  • 300 grams almonds
  • 85 grams rolled oats
  • 150 grams Rice malt syrup
  • 1/2 cup sunflower, olive or coconut oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 & 1/2 tsp baking powder (GF)
  • 35 - 40 grams linseeds (flaxseeds)


  • 1 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1/2 cup chopped dried dates, sultanas or goji berries

Recipe's preparation

  1.  Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius


  2. Blitz almonds 8sec/sp7 until they become fine like breadcrumbs.



  3. Add the oats, rice malt sryup, oil (melted), egg and baking powder and blend 20 sec/sp3


  4. Add linseeds making sure you scatter around the bowl - mix 20sec//sp1


    Scrape down bowl (mixture is very Sticky) and repeat 20sec//sp1


  5. Using a tablespoon, spoon portions of the mixture onto a large baking tray lined with thermomat or grease-proof paper.


  6. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes


  7. Turn the oven off and leave the cookies in the oven for a further 10 minutes


  8. Remove from the oven and leave to cook on a wire rack



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These cookies have been adapted from The nutrition Guru & The Chef - find the original recipe here: //www.thenutritionguruandthechef.com/2014/10/25/lactation-cookies/

Original recipie includes ½ cup chopped dried dates, sultanas or goji berries (optional) - add these with linseeds if using.

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  • I made these with Cashews

    Submitted by HSchwartz on 6. September 2015 - 16:55.

    I made these with Cashews today - they were delicious! So feel free to substitute. 

    Also, try popping a little of the melted coconut oil on the spatula before scraping down the mixture. Works a treat with this sticky dough!

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  • I'm so glad you tried these!

    Submitted by HSchwartz on 3. June 2015 - 18:04.

    I'm so glad you tried these! Yes I have wondered why she doesn't add Brewers yeast - I may ask on the original post. 

    Love the idea of chia seeds, we go through so many of them too. And yes I melt the coconut oil first (well itwas summer... tmrc_emoticons.) )

    I used used whole flaxseeds - what were the ones with the ground like? 

    Thanks again for for the feedback!

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  • Yummy! Thank you I added

    Submitted by JJones2101 on 2. June 2015 - 21:52.

    Yummy! Thank you tmrc_emoticons.)

    I added 2Tbs of brewers yeast, as this is the magic ingredient in every lactation cookie recipe I've ever seen.

    I also added 1Tbs of Chia seeds as they're brilliant tmrc_emoticons.)

    The coconut oil was very hard to mix through, so I'd melt it first or use olive oil. 

    These over cooked a bit, so keep a close eye on them, mine were only quite small so may have cooked faster. 

    Very sweet and yummy tmrc_emoticons.) will make again!

    Does this mean ground flaxmeal or whole linseeds? I did some of both. 

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