Stunting is a nutritional problem in Indonesia. As many as 159 million children are stunted worldwide, and 9 million are Indonesian children (Global Nutrition Report, 2014). One of the 1000 priority villages for stunting in Central Java is Keprabon Village, Polanharjo, Klaten. Handling of stunting focuses on the First 1000 Days of Life. One of the targets for handling stunting is pregnant women, so that the aim of community service in Keprabon Village is an innovation in handling stunting in the form of massage training for pregnant women and training in making supplementary food giving Moringa ice cream Community service methods in the form of Health Education, training in massage for pregnant women and training in making Moringa ice cream. The media used to assist the implementation of community service were leaflets, videos of massage for pregnant women and videos of making Moringa ice cream. The training was carried out by the community service Implementation Team from the University of Duta Bangsa (UDB) Surakarta in collaboration with the Keprabon Village Government and the Keprabon Village Posyandu Kencana Rini by implementing health protocols. The target of the training is 25 cadres from Posyandu Kencana Rini I, II, III, IV and V. The method of implementing the training is preceded by health education regarding the health of pregnant women and the nutritional needs of pregnant women followed by the practice of massage for pregnant women and the practice of making Moringa ice cream by a cadre of posyandu Kencana Rini guided by the Duta Bangsa University implementation team. The result of community service was that Posyandu cadres were able to apply massage for pregnant women and making of Moringa ice cream.