Anemia is a lack of hemoglobin (Hb) concentration in the body and is not a specific condition, but a result of a variety of pathological and physiological reactions. Women of reproductive age are more susceptible to iron deficiency which results in anemia, especially during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Iron is a mineral that is needed to form erythrocytes and also acts as a component to form myoglobin and functions in the body's defense system. One alternative that can be done to increase iron levels in the blood is by consuming dragon fruit. The purpose of this activity is to provide education, demonstration, and practice to breastfeeding mothers so that they can understand the benefits and ways of processing dragon fruit and be able to do it independently as an effort to increase hemoglobin levels. The activity stages consisted of (1) Conducting a pre-test of knowledge and checking hemoglobin; (2) Providing education, and demonstrations and (3) Practices on how to process dragon fruit; (4) Evaluate the increase in knowledge, hemoglobin levels and skills in dragon fruit processing. The results achieved were an increase in the participants knowledge by an average of 74.69 and an increase in hemoglobin levels by an average of 12.01 g / dl. Participants are also able to process dragon fruit independently, and are able to teach the surrounding community.