Easy, healthy, yummy breakfast cookies you can make with the kids for a grab-and-go breakfast or snack!
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Healthy Breakfast Cookies Recipe

Guest post by Ashley

I like to give my family healthy, whole foods as often as I can, but I also like sleep. Catching a few more z’s in the mornings when I’ve been up with the baby during the night is what’s on my mind when my older kids wonder in my room at the crack of dawn, saying the familiar child mantra, “Mommy, I’m hungry.”

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Usually cereal is my kids’ go-to. I used to be really strict about healthy eating in the morning and cereal was on the “Do Not Eat” List, but since Mommy Brain has been in full swing with the arrival of baby #3, I’m choosing to let some things go. And letting my kids get their own food with the crack of daylight is just one of those things.

Making breakfast cookies ahead of time is an easy, quick, and {mostly} healthy option for our mornings or on-the-go snacks.

The other great thing about this recipe is the kids can do it with you! And you can easily adapt it to add your family’s favorite add-on ingredients.

Enjoy and happy baking!

An easy, healthy, and yummy breakfast cookie recipe! Perfect for a grab and go breakfast or snack. intentionalbygrace.com

Have you ever eaten cookies for breakfast?

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6 Comments

    1. I have made breakfast cookies with a different recipe & had success with almond flour instead of WW. Since only 1/2 cup is needed, you could probably safely try whatever GF blend is your favorite.

    2. Yes! You can use whatever flour you like to use. White is fine if you’re not a WW fan, and like Sarah said you can substitute any GF mix as well. I also recommend blending a half cup of oats to get some oat flour!

    1. Hi, Megan! This recipe made about a dozen. If you’d like more to freeze to last a while, I would double your batch 🙂