Breastfeeding Tipsfor parents

how to make a pumpkin spice breastmilk latte

baby feeling left out of the PSL love? You too can make a pumpkin spice breastmilk latte that your baby will love!

It’s been 15 years since Starbucks introduced the pumpkin spice latte, and for better to for worse, Americans are generally obsessed with the flavor- either you love it or you passionately avoid it.  We’ve even started to produce foods and products that have absolutely no business being “pumpkin spiced.”  

For example, would you like some pumpkin spice Twinkies, fettuccini pasta,  Epsom saltsdog treats, or peanut butter?  

How about some freaking PUMPKIN SPICE KALE CHIPS?!?

With all this pumpkin spice madness swirling about I have to wonder why we’re not catering to our squishiest demographic, the babies.  

Poor little innocent babies everywhere have no idea how lacking their lives are without 8-12 weeks of pumpkin spice.  We are unfairly excluding the cutest and neediest among us, and this needs to stop.

So with no further ado, I present to you the foolproof recipe for making a pumpkin spice breastmilk latte in just 4 simple steps.

STEP 1: Lactate.

So quick & easy I'm sure I don't even have to tell you how!

Step 2: Drink a pumpkin spice latte.

how to make a pumpkin spice breastmilk latte, step 2: drink a pumpkin spice latte!
Since most lactating people can drink caffeinated drinks in moderation, feel free to spend $6 on a drink. Treat yourself! Don't like pumpkin spice lattes? Too bad. Parenting is about sacrifice.

Step 3: Wait 4-6 hours.

wait 4-6 hours for the pumpkin spice latte you drank to flavor your breastmilk
Food (and flavors) pass into breastmilk, usually within 4-6 hours of being eaten. I suggest waiting alone in the woods during this time. It's chilly in the fall so make sure to dress warmly, but let those shoulders breathe!

Step 4: Serve hot or chilled.

babies like their pumpkin spice breastmilk latte either hot or chilled.
Palates vary, but I suggest you do NOT sprinkle cinnamon on top of the pumpkin spice breastmilk latte before serving.

And there you have it- it simply could not be easier to whip up a pumpkin spice breastmilk latte for your little loved one.  

Stay tuned for my next installment, avocado toast breastmilk!

Disclaimer:  This blog post includes Amazon Affiliate links.  If you buy one of the products above I receive a very small referral fee.  However, if you buy pumpkin spice fettuccine through this blog post and you don’t like it… that’s on you, my friend.

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