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Healthy Cookie Recipes That You Can Actually Eat For Breakfast

To make these protein-rich peanut butter cookies from Hummingbird High, skip the oven in favor of shaping and patting dough with your hands. Just combine peanut butter, almonds, dates, lemon juice, vanilla extract, and sprinkle with sea salt.

 

Pro Tip: You will need a food processor to pulse the ingredients. It’s also important to use raw almonds instead of blanched almonds. “Blanched almonds won’t have as much moisture as raw ones, and that moisture is essential for holding the cookies together,” explains Hummingbird High.

Although these cookies are sweetened with maple syrup, Love & Lemons’s breakfast cookie recipe includes fiber-rich oats and protein-rich almond butter, which makes for a quick and filling morning meal. This recipe is also vegan and gluten-free.

 

Pro Tip: Mix things up on the spices front—”Cardamom and nutmeg are delicious in addition to the cinnamon,” suggests Love & Lemons.

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Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookie’s Kristine’s Kitchen’s got a breakfast cookie recipe that’s “thick, soft, and full of fresh carrot and apple.” And if not for breakfast, they’d make a great snack, she writes. To make, you’ll need oats, flour, flaxseed, applesauce, grated carrot and apple, and spices.

 

Pro Tip: “Use your fingers to gently shape the cookies and flatten slightly, as they won’t flatten on their own during baking,” Kristine’s Kitchen advises.

 

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One-Bowl Banana Oat Chocolate Chip Breakfast CookiesThis easy breakfast cookie recipe from Real Food Whole Life requires ingredients you likely have in your pantry, especially if you’re a regular baker: Rolled oats, banana, chocolate chips, vanilla extract and almond butter. You’ll also need oat flour, ground flax seed, and maple syrup or honey.

 

Pro Tip: Replace coconut oil for almond butter to go nut-free, and use dried fruit in place of chocolate chips to eliminate refined, added sugar

Cranberry White Chocolate Chip Macadamia Nut CookiesThere’s a lot going on here in Foodie Crush’s cookie recipe, but that’s a good thing. Cranberries add tang, white chocolate chips offer sweetness, creamy macadamia nuts add crunch, and oats keep it all together.

 

Pro Tip: Bake till edges are golden brown, and let cool completely.

 

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Mint Chocolate Cookies: There’s a lot going on here in Foodie Crush’s cookie recipe, but that’s a good thing. Cranberries add tang, white chocolate chips offer sweetness, creamy macadamia nuts add crunch, and oats keep it all together.

 

Pro Tip: Bake till edges are golden brown, and let cool completely.

 

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Mint Chocolate CYou’d probably never guess that these mint chocolate cookies from Food Faith Fitness don’t contain butter, though it’s true, thanks to creamy avocado. While they’re gluten- and flour-free, they do call for plenty of sugar. The dark chocolate truffle center makes these cookies a sweet snack or dessert.

 

Pro Tip: “The dough is sticky, but try to roll them into balls as much as possible. I find it helps to wash your hands off every few cookies, or keep your hands damp while rolling,” recommends Food Faith Fitness.ookies

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32 Comments

  1. Reply

    Very nice,will .try it out

  2. Reply

    Wow…interesting…, I will try it out

  3. Reply

    Nice info

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    Thanks for update

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    Great article

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    Very interesting

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    The update well good

  14. Reply

    These are nice recipes but are not affordable for everyone

  15. Reply

    Yummies

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    will try them out

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    good

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    nice article

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    Good post

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    Thanks for the info

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    Really good

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    Nice update

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    Good sharing

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    Good to share

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    Nice

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  27. Reply

    Healthy cookie recipes indeed.
    Very informative update

  28. Reply

    Salivating already, they seem yummy

  29. Reply

    Wow thank for this

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    Great article

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    Very good
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