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March 31, 2020
I’ve said it before and I will say it again, all my products and recipes have very strict criteria that they have to meet before I publish them:
So let’s get started. Like the other boobie bliss ball recipes I have posted, I use the Woolworths brewers yeast in these balls, it is very different to the brewers yeast I use in our lactation cookies (our brewers yeast I use in our lactation cookies is gluten free to start and it is very easy to eat, so I can jam a whole bunch of it in them for super supply boosting power). For a home baker making from scratch, I have tried a bunch load of brewers yeast you can get (from health food shops, online etc) and I find the Woolworths one the most palatable. If you aren’t using this one, be very very careful of how much you put in. A bitter, gross brewers yeast has been the failure of many a mum making lactation goodies at home! If you know it and think you can be generous, go the 1/3 cup as stated here, if not, go for a ¼ cup. You can always enjoy them and add more next time, but you can extract it once they are made if they are uneatable!
This recipe uses our coconut lactation malt. A specific breastfeeding malt drink with the malt made for us, when combined with brewers yeast (like in our lactation cookies) it gives a super supply kicker. If you don’t have our breastfeeding malt, that is ok too, you can just omit it from the recipe or replace it with desiccated coconut or more oats if you think it needs it to balance the wetness of the coconut condensed milk, but if you are making them for supply boosting, I would highly recommend you include it. Besides the supply aspect, malt just gives such a lovely sweet and childhood like flavour to things. Personally I wouldn’t leave it out, I think the malt is what really sets all my boobie ball recipes out from the crowd but totally up to you.
You will need:
Chuck everything in a bowl and mix well. Put in freezer for 20-30 mins to make hard enough to roll into balls (make sure it is a freezer safe bowl if you are taking this option) You can just use the fridge, but it takes longer and doesn’t get it as hard as the freezer does, I just personally find it easier to roll them the harder the mixture is. With the coconut condensed milk and malt this is quite a sticky recipe, so I do recommend the freezer, you will be waiting for a few hours to get a good consistency from the fridge to be able to roll them without it just sticking to your hands.
Once rolled, roll in coconut or other preferred crumb (crushed pistachios would be absolutely amazing too!) Pop into a container and try to not eat 4 at a time! Gooey, chewy, delicious boobie balls!
I am not sure how many this recipe makes, I ate too many as I was rolling them. It was at least 12, probably closer to 20. And of course that depends on how big you roll them. Keep in the fridge and consume within a week. These freeze exceptionally well too!
Hope you enjoy! Next on the recipe lists is Choc Caramel and peanut butter boobie bliss balls!
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