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Franjo's Kitchen Choc Chip Lactation Biscuits

Franjo's powerhouse Tanker Toppers are nourishing and delicious lactation biscuits. Tankers are full of natural galactagogues* oats brewers yeast and flaxseeds along with nature's superfood's coconut oil chia seeds and buckwheat flour. They will not only help you “fill up your tanks' whilst breastfeeding but also load you and your baby up with vitamins minerals fibre & good fats during this time.

Whilst breastfeeding we know what you put in your body is important so you won't see any additives preservatives colors or artificial/poor quality sugars.Only real stuff. Wholefoods.

Franjo's vegan tankers are wheat, dairy & egg free.

The naturopath Jo has specifically included ingredients in the tanker topper lactation cookies to help breastfeeding mums.

We understand that most new mothers barely have time to take a sip of their cold tea let alone cook something nutritious for themselves. We want to make life easier for you.
Each ingredient has been carefully selected and plays an important role in not only helping mums meet their breastfed baby’s needs but also their own health which is often ignored during this demanding time.
So, even if you have stopped breastfeeding but are looking for a tasty, healthful snack to keep you on your toes then grab one of our little beauties.

Recommended you eat 2-3 Tankers per day.

Oats, Buckwheat Flour, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Coconut Sugar, Organic Maple Syrup, Dark (55%) Chocolate Chips (Cocoa Mass, Rapadura Whole Cane Sugar, Crystallino Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Soya Lecithin), Brewers Yeast, Flaxseed Meal, Vanilla Extract, Chia Seed, Salt, Bi-Carb Soda.

Warnings & Contraindications
Produced on equipment that makes gluten nut & dairy products.
Always read label and use only as directed.


Always read the label & use only as directed.


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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 29 January, 2015.