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bake the cookies one sheet at a time until the bottoms are browned and the tops are pale but firm, and a toothpick inserted near the center of a cookie comes out dry, about 20 minutes. cool the cookies on the baking sheet for 5 minutes., then using a wide metal spatula, transfer to wire rack to cool completely. Place banana, grated carrots, dates, almond butter, maple syrup and coconut oil in food processor and blend until combined. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix together. Fold in raisins. Form dough into 16 cookies and bake for 10-12 minutes.

Store in an airtight container for up to five days. Morning Glory Breakfast Cookies. Based on their namesake muffin, these grab-and-go breakfast cookies are loaded with everything you need to get your morning started off right.

Their soft, almost muffin-like texture is the perfect balance for the plethora of. Soft-Baked Chocolate Chip Almond Breakfast Cookies Ground flaxseeds and light agave nectar are available at organic grocery stores and in the organic aisle of large grocery stores. Raw almond. Preheat oven to 375°.

Whisk flour, cinnamon, salt, baking powder, and baking soda in a medium bowl. Mix carrot, egg, walnuts, oats, yogurt, oil, pepitas, maple syrup, raisins, flaxseeds, and ¼ cup. These Morning Glory Breakfast Cookies are naturally sweetened with honey and packed with tons of feel-good ingredients like almond butter, rolled. So then there’s these perfectly sweet, moist, vegan and gluten-free Morning Glory Breakfast Cookies packed with hearty whole grain oats, my go-to Bob’s Red Mill almond meal, little coconut flakes, shredded carrot, overripe banana, crunchy walnuts, my fave saigon cinnamon the ingredient list goes on.

Breakfast cookies made with whole grains like rolled oats, flax meal, and whole wheat flour have the flavor of dried cherries and chocolate chips for a tasty breakfast on the run. By IrisMac; Hearty Breakfast Cookies. These cookies are a delicious grab-and-go treat.

Hearty and healthy breakfast cookies are naturally gluten free, vegan, low in sugar, and not only taste good– they taste incredible. Made in 1 bowl and ready in 30 minutes, these easy oatmeal cookies will become your new favorite healthy breakfast. I share plenty of substitution ideas below, too.

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Just an egg yolk instead of a whole egg added even more tenderness, and a touch of baking powder gave our cookies just the right amount of airy crispness.

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Brush each cookie with egg white, put a half-almond in the centre, sprinkle cookie with sugar-cinnamon mixture; place on greased cookie sheets and bake in a 350-degree oven till lightly browned—not very long.

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Using just an egg yolk instead of a whole egg adds even more tenderness, and a touch of baking powder gives our cookies just the right amount of airy crispness.

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For the streusel topping, we simply took a portion of our shortbread base mixture and added light brown sugar, pecans, and oats.

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  • Just to spruce up certain cookies you can add Cream of Coconut (like Goya’s canned). I just made these with banana-choc.chips-coconut flakes, and happened to have cream of coconut handy….nice addition for moistness.

  • Since I have been coming to your channel I have used several of your recipes and I have learned to use the coconut oil. It is great to have alternatives and my husband and I really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Off to the kitchen to try this one. Looks good.

  • Great video, I loved your oatmeal muffin cups by the way. But I do have a question for this recipe. If I don’t have access to coconut oil, what would be a good substitute?

  • There’s a snack you might like that we eat in Palestine, it is date syrup and tahini! Just dip a piece of bread in the tahini and syrup… enjoy!!

  • I eat peanut butter and banana all the time too. And sometimes I toss in chocolate, pecans and maple. Super yum. Using almond or peanut butter as the lipid is a wonderful useful fat. Love it. I do that too. I’ve never used the vegan protein though. The turmeric in the powder looks good though. It works. I use that trick for air-fry potatoes. Hahahaha, you ate the second batch. That’s funny.

  • Breakfast with lots of honey or sugar are not healthy. It will send your insulin up and stop the body burning fat. Not healthy. Keep all sugars to a bare minimum for breakfast. That includes peanut butter that has sugar in!

  • 10 minutes in.. a small oven… about 200 degrees… still stodgy… no signs of crisping yet ��…. chocolate it melting… the mix is just gooey on the outside still…. what the eff?

  • Actually I just made a huge batch of mashed sweet potatoes yesterday, a bit of stevia and cinnamon already in, I was going to save it as a side with dinner tonight, but now it looks like I’m going to have to disappoint☹️ the troops and make these instead!!����. Think I’ll add raisins as well, they will help boost the sweetness too!
    Thank you #miles������
    #allthebestpeoplearevegan

  • this recipe was perfect, not add the protein powder in it though because I don’t have any and it is way to expensive for my budget anyway…they were perfect, moist like I love… bref, c’était juste très bien 😉

  • Can you use old-fashioned oats?

    Is there a substitute for bananas? I like them but they OVERPOWER everything they are in.

    I’m allergic to coconut (coconut sugar) and stevia has a weird aftertaste that I can’t get used to so if I want to sweeten something w/ regular sugar, would you 1/2 what the recipe calls for?

  • You should put the bananas (not peeled) in the oven at 400degrees on a baking sheet for 10-12 minutes and then peel them and mush them up!! It makes the recipe 10x better:) ❤️

  • I am confused because Miles said that the cookies contain Omega 3 due to the walnuts.
    NowOmega3 is a fat which should decompose when heated, right?
    So there should not be any left after baking. Am I wrong?

  • Have to make these bad boys, however they look deliciously dangerous lol

    Ps. am now a nut butter addict which now has my mother concerned ��

  • I tried these and they tasted good, I added 1/2 cup flour instead of protein powder.
    It tasted like banana bread with chocolate chunks and it was soft and guewyii.

  • looks delicious. but this is not high protein at all. for a cookie, maybe, but it’s certainly not enough for a breakfast. and its is really high carbs and fat. I would leave out the honey altogether and use very ripe banana instead!

  • Myles, you need a silicone baking mat! They’re cheap on amazon and change your baking game by 1000%. They’re non-stick so no oil needed and you won’t end up with that aluminum foil mess! And no waste..��

  • Just made these for the fam with 1/2 tahini & 1/2 pb with some sea salt sprinkled on top ������ ooooo thank u Miles; also waiting for baked baking

  • Can I just say that I love your videos to be honest you not only show me how vegan people eat you also entertain me and really
    I’d love for you make more videos and never give up����

  • The recipe is a bomb! I didn’t have chocolate, unfortunately��but added cocoa powder and they turned out deliiiiicios���� Thank you!

  • I was just having a heated conversation the other day about how much better chocolate chunks are than chocolate chips! I feel validated.

  • Wonderful! I can’t stop eating them! Great snack for my 1.5-yr old and me. I used Brazil nuts, butter, and honey because that’s what I had and added vanilla and a dash of cinnamon. SO glad I doubled the recipe. I actually prefer the ones without chocolate chips, which is what I did for my son.

  • MILES!!! I tried these cookies and I LOVE THEM!!! They are bomb, just like you said!!! I love the recipes you recommend, they are easy, healthy and always turn out to be great!!!

  • This would be great for my B/f. He’s always on the go and has a really high metabolism. This recipe has potential. Perhaps adding chia seeds instead of peanuts, etc. thank you

  • I won’t get the effects from sniff if I put it in this batter rendering it a massive waste as well as having no available access to any unfortunately so I omitted it… HOWEVER these tasted amazing!

  • Who else can eat so many oat banana cookies and still feel like they have an empty bottomless pit for a stomach..? Just so good I keep wanting more

  • This would be great for my B/f. He’s always on the go and has a really high metabolism. This recipe has potential. Perhaps adding chia seeds instead of peanuts, etc. thank you

  • God, thank you Jesus for this A-M-A-Z-I-N-G channel. I just found both these YouTubers and I’m a subscriber for both of you guys. I love these healthy extremely clean cookies ��❤️

  • I tried loosely following a similar recipe yesterday. They turned out okay, not super sweet or anything, ( I used tahini and normal sugar though) kinda chewy and not crunchy. i’m excited to make carrot cake (cheesecake style) with this one though! Gotta figure out how to get that crunch

  • I’ve been making the chocolate peanut butter ones a lot but with sunflower butter in place of peanut butter since I’m allergic to peanuts. They always come out great.

    Also just started adding dark chocolate chips which adds a whole new dimension to these.
    If I’m out of honey I just use about a TBSP of sugar. Love this recipe.

  • I’ve been making this same basic recipe for years… no nut butter though (I’ll have to try that) and I use honey instead of maple syrup and walnuts instead of pecans. I’ve tried many different flour combinations but find that half buckwheat and half oat to be my favourite. Quinoa flour is good for a protein boost but adds a slight sour/vinegar sort of flavour.

    Just discovered your channel Myles… you eat like I do!:)

  • WELL DONE, they look yummyliscious.. will you please tell me what temperature you bake them in the oven and which setting on the oven as like I have about 10 settings

  • Hey Miles! Wanted to start by saying I think you’re really cool! Could you do a top 10 or top 5 nut butters in terms of health, consistency, taste and the whole shabang. Would love to see it so that I can order online. You rock!

  • Hi, I’m slightly confused. Baking powder or baking soda? In the video you say Baking powder but in your description it says baking soda.

  • Pl, pl tell us EXACTLY how to make all these cookies vegan, esp the pumpkin pie ones. How much artificial sweetener or date paste or peanut butter (?) to use instead? Your answer would be very appreciated.

  • These are genius!!!! TY, Ty, ty! ��
    1�� portable (no skipping in rush)
    2��healthy ingredients
    3��easily adaptable to all diets
    4��delicious ��
    My 3 fav flavors. ����
    ��I’m going to add vanilla protein powder to make them more of a meal replacement. ��
    ��Please use only aluminum-free baking powder.
    More grab n go foods please with substitutes for allergies, vegan, gluten free… Gracias!��

  • Just to spruce up certain cookies you can add Cream of Coconut (like Goya’s canned). I just made these with banana-choc.chips-coconut flakes, and happened to have cream of coconut handy….nice addition for moistness.

  • Ok did she say 3 leches is not really cake? I wonder what or how that “3 leches cake” is made where she comes from. Cuz where I come from it’s defiantly a cake and it definitely has flour.
    I can’t wait to try the cookies though! Yummy

  • I can’t believe I’ve never seen you before. I am definitely going to make these!! Thanks so much for healthy yet delicious breakfast cookies��

  • Danny! Am such a fan of yours and your channel’s!! Your cooking process and instructions are so so useful and overall the videos are a treat to watch, which doesn’t always happen with other cooking channels. Love your energy and enthusiasm each time you’re making something ☺️☺️
    Going to try these cookies. Could you please talk about a vegan egg substitute here, though?

  • Watch the sugar… Even natural sugar. And the carbs… ��. Have plain potato for carbs instead, 2 hours after waking and walking around much.

  • Hello! Just found you on YouTube and am curious about the Carrot Cake Breakfast cookie recipe… I went to your website and am having a tough time trying to locate the actual recipe!!! I would like to make these before my husband gets home!!!

  • I can’t believe I’ve never seen you before. I am definitely going to make these!! Thanks so much for healthy yet delicious breakfast cookies��

  • Aside from nuts, peanut butter, or cheese, i am wondering how to increase the protein on these…i wonder if i could put some protein powder in and adjust the liquids….ideas anyone?

  • Instead of chocolate chips,try white chocolate chips, also elimanate the chips and drizzle chocolate on baked cookies, more like a mounds bar.

  • I doubled everything, to freeze later, except the oats. Theyre in the oven now so i cant add more oats now. Im aways forgetting something. O well, im still gonna munch on them. Id like to say, being a diabetic has affected my brain, but i cant even use that excuse!

  • This was okay until I kept seeing that long hair being handled by the woman in pink. That was stomach-turning, and I had to stop the video.

  • I was just having a heated conversation the other day about how much better chocolate chunks are than chocolate chips! I feel validated.

  • I have been making variations of these for some time now, but I don’t use honey or any other sweetener except for stevia which has the sweetness with ZERO dietary sugar. I make these kinds of breakfast cookies because of my propensity to develop high triglycerides. Honey is a total no-no, unfortunately since I love it so much! I try to keep my total daily dietary sugar intake to no more than 25g, which is EXTREMELY difficult since practically everything we eat has dietary sugar. It requires a complete and total overhaul to my diet. But in doing so I was able to lower my triglycerides without meds from 209 to 96 in TWO MONTHS! The only issue is there have not been enough studies as to the safety of highly processed granulated stevia. Don’t like the dried leaves! Tried them. Nope!

  • Just made these for the fam with 1/2 tahini & 1/2 pb with some sea salt sprinkled on top ������ ooooo thank u Miles; also waiting for baked baking

  • These are AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS! Gotta try this recipes guys. My husband and I are all for healthy snacks and this was a HIT! Thank you Dani.

  • I’ve been searching for some good healthy deserts to satisfy my sweet tooth. I’ve tried making a handful of recipes from youtube, and these cookies are on my top list. Just on a side note, if you don’t have liquid stevia like me, you can sub with 1/3 teaspoon of powder stevia. They came out delicious! Thanks Clean & Delicious for always sharing your goodies with the publice!

  • Aside from nuts, peanut butter, or cheese, i am wondering how to increase the protein on these…i wonder if i could put some protein powder in and adjust the liquids….ideas anyone?

  • A little less jabbering and more baking ladies. You could have covered a lot more recipes. People are here to learn… not listen to your personal hen party. Our time is limited.

  • this recipe was perfect, not add the protein powder in it though because I don’t have any and it is way to expensive for my budget anyway…they were perfect, moist like I love… bref, c’était juste très bien 😉

  • Danny! Am such a fan of yours and your channel’s!! Your cooking process and instructions are so so useful and overall the videos are a treat to watch, which doesn’t always happen with other cooking channels. Love your energy and enthusiasm each time you’re making something ☺️☺️
    Going to try these cookies. Could you please talk about a vegan egg substitute here, though?

  • I would use purple sweet potato that tastes like vanilla cake! Cashews, cashew butter, and oat milk for more creamy sweetness! I also have birthday cake protein powder so I’d chuck some of that in there as well.

  • Man, these are waaaaay better without the silpat. The browning and caramelization that happens directly on the pan shoots the flavor over the moon! So good! Can’t wait to try some tomorrow for a snack with a smear of peanut butter! No pan spray needed. Plenty of fat to not stick

  • I cracked up so hard on the “you can use some cocaine if you want” sprinkles white powder into bowl and the way you were saying “peanut butter” with and without your accent had me so dead and yes PLEASE DO BAKING WITH BAKED MILES

  • I have made all these cookies and they are yummy!!Thanks for sharing the recipe…Can u make more such kid friendly recipes…am always short of ideas for healthy tiffin ideas for my son! He plays a lot…and want to know more recipes where I can sneak in more proteins

  • Really liked your recipe,(subscribed ). I made them n they were delicious. I think they were a little less sweet for me, I prefer a little sweet with my coffee, so I added three-four dates and cut them really small for the sugar intake.
    I wanted to know approximately how many calories one cookie would be?

  • I’m concerned that the Stevia will kill my stomach as I’ve had issues with artificial sweeteners before..I try to eat clean so could I just use more banana?

  • Sorry Miles I usually really like your recipes, but I tried this one and I wouldn’t recommend it. First of all, It took me literally forever to make (mostly because of the sweet potato roasting part), secondly 20 minutes at 180 it’s not enough to cook them, I had to do around 35 minutes. And finally and most importantly, even though I used more maple syrup, they turned out to be far from sweet and nobody in my family (including me) liked them, such a waste of time and money:/

  • Like recipe except would like to know substitutes for coconut oil (avoiding saturated fat), eggs (will egg whites with a thickner like cornstarch or arrow root work?), and I would skip added sweetners of any kind-bananas are sufficient…your thoughts?

  • Wow I can’t believe these only have 1 gram fiber, that was really surprised me. Also I had to put the cookie dough in the fridge for 30 min. It made it so much easier to form the cookies. Bottom line my husband wants these all the time LOL! Thank you for all your hard work coming up with these yummy foods.

  • Hey dani do u have low fat recipes I am trying a lot of your recipes out but I just found out I have high glocuse and well I want to eat good yummy food with out the high blood sugar after thank u so much

  • Instead of chocolate chips,try white chocolate chips, also elimanate the chips and drizzle chocolate on baked cookies, more like a mounds bar.

  • Just doing this now, they are not holding together, going to put the mixture in the refrigerator to see if it toughens up, will update. LATEST UPDATE: These did not toughen up in the refrigerator so had to bake them in a tray. After baking, they still fell apart, you must have missed something in your recipe. I would suggest using chia seeds rather than egg, as they bind together better.

  • Baking soda or powder?
    What size cookie scoop, or cookie?
    12 or 15 cookies?
    They look and sound delicious, but I want to get the recipe correct.
    Can you add an egg?

  • Like recipe except would like to know substitutes for coconut oil (avoiding saturated fat), eggs (will egg whites with a thickner like cornstarch or arrow root work?), and I would skip added sweetners of any kind-bananas are sufficient…your thoughts?

  • Not only does the recipe above not say anything about how long to leave
    the cookies in the oven and storage methods, but now I just noticed it
    says makes 24 cookies, and watching the video it says it makes 15-16
    cookies. That’s a pretty big difference.

  • The recipe in the narrative description above stops at the end and doesn’t say how long you’re supposed to leave the cookies in the oven before taking them out, nor does it mention anything about cooling them completely before storing in an airtight container or how long they will last chilled/frozen.

  • Coconut oil is not that healthy! In fact, it can highten your cholesterol!! If you have high cholesterol, don’t use it. In the country I live, the health authorities came with a warning about using it too much, because at that time in suddenly became ‘’in’’ to use it in smoothies, frying meat and vegetables. Don’t use it heated in a pan for meat or vegetables.

  • I’m concerned that the Stevia will kill my stomach as I’ve had issues with artificial sweeteners before..I try to eat clean so could I just use more banana?

  • Hi Miles, I had some leftover sweet potato in the fridge and remembered this recipe I added chocolate chips to it too… super yummy, thank you!

  • Okay… I’ve made this cookies, and I need to see a doctor, because I think I have a serious addiction on this cookies. They are amazing tasty and you feel so good after eating them! Thank you! <3

  • Myles, you need a silicone baking mat! They’re cheap on amazon and change your baking game by 1000%. They’re non-stick so no oil needed and you won’t end up with that aluminum foil mess! And no waste..��

  • Lord you remind be of the daughter I never had! I tried the 3 ingredient cookies the other day and they were gone it two days. I’ll definitely make these this weekend! Thumbs up!

  • I would use purple sweet potato that tastes like vanilla cake! Cashews, cashew butter, and oat milk for more creamy sweetness! I also have birthday cake protein powder so I’d chuck some of that in there as well.

  • I’m confused.
    I saw the pip and nut butter when you placed Peanut butter on top of the cookies.
    I thought that you no longer buy that brand due to your “rant” on your earlier videos or was that one you purchased months ago?

  • Really liked your recipe,(subscribed ). I made them n they were delicious. I think they were a little less sweet for me, I prefer a little sweet with my coffee, so I added three-four dates and cut them really small for the sugar intake.
    I wanted to know approximately how many calories one cookie would be?

  • I made these cookies over the weekend, soooo delicious and easy to make. I would add more pecan and chia seeds next time I make them.

  • I happened across this video this morning. When you taped this, you had no idea what would be happening in March 2020. At nearly 70 years of age, I live alone and I’m practicing social distancing like much of the world. I love sweets, but I really don’t want this isolation to become a very unhealthy time for me. I’m excited to try these breakfast cookies. I have everything needed, so I’m about to head for the kitchen. And since they can be frozen, I’ll keep a few in the refrigerator, but I’ll freeze some from each recipe, so I have some for a few weeks. Thank you.

  • Can you do low fat cookies, please?
    Don’t get me wrong, I eat plenty of nuts and seeds every meal, but I don’t like to heat them up(to minimize the nutrient loss)��.
    Btw, sorry if write something wrong, I’m portuguese��

  • Can I just say that I love your videos to be honest you not only show me how vegan people eat you also entertain me and really
    I’d love for you make more videos and never give up����

  • These cookies were absolutely amazing. My 1.5 year old LOVES them. Breakfast has been a struggle lately but now hes so happy to eat this cookie! Thank you for this and ill be subscribing to phitzee ��

  • Stevia like all sweet stimulation still causes unhealthy spike in blood sugar for diabetics, as does bananas..research as of 2020 shows that saturated in coconut coconut oil is just as bad for arteries as any other saturated for. Levels of cholesterol in eggs are equivalent to smoking cigarettes and significantly increase risks of hearth attacks. Oats are great! Overall unfortunately these are not a healthy breakfast. I’m happy to give references to research if required. All resent paper citations using double blind peer reviewed research can be found at nutritionalfacts.org

  • 10 minutes in.. a small oven… about 200 degrees… still stodgy… no signs of crisping yet ��…. chocolate it melting… the mix is just gooey on the outside still…. what the eff?

  • A little less jabbering and more baking ladies. You could have covered a lot more recipes. People are here to learn… not listen to your personal hen party. Our time is limited.

  • “You are gonna need a tablespoon of cocaine” had me wheezing �� The cookies looked so good that I’m hungery rn, thanks…def gonna give it a try!

  • Doesn’t dried cranberries has a lot of sugar? I used to think that they were healthy but they are loaded with sugar to reduced tartness.

  • Hey! I just have this cookies in my oven right know, but I am wondering how many degrees did you use for your oven? I try 175 celsius now. Cheers

  • I made this for the third time yesterday and OH MY they’re so frickin good! Mine look kinda weird though bc I use some weird green hemp protein powder (sadly that’s the only vegan protein powder available here) bUt the taste is absolutely AMAZING. I use a bit less banana bc I like things not too sweet and they’re my absolute go-to snack these days. Also, for these who are wondering, I bake them at 175°C (don’t know what’s in Fahrenheit) in pre heated oven for about 15-17 min and they turn out perfectly

  • I just found your channel like 30 Minutes ago… and I love it! Your recipes are just freaking awesome and you a re very funny and cool guy! I’m gonna have lots of fun:D greetings from germany

  • I tried these and they tasted good, I added 1/2 cup flour instead of protein powder.
    It tasted like banana bread with chocolate chunks and it was soft and guewyii.

  • I eat peanut butter and banana all the time too. And sometimes I toss in chocolate, pecans and maple. Super yum. Using almond or peanut butter as the lipid is a wonderful useful fat. Love it. I do that too. I’ve never used the vegan protein though. The turmeric in the powder looks good though. It works. I use that trick for air-fry potatoes. Hahahaha, you ate the second batch. That’s funny.

  • Hey! I just have this cookies in my oven right know, but I am wondering how many degrees did you use for your oven? I try 175 celsius now. Cheers

  • I’ve been making the chocolate peanut butter ones a lot but with sunflower butter in place of peanut butter since I’m allergic to peanuts. They always come out great.

    Also just started adding dark chocolate chips which adds a whole new dimension to these.
    If I’m out of honey I just use about a TBSP of sugar. Love this recipe.

  • Miles! I assure you this is the simplest on-the-fly snack/desertwhatever; you gotta’ try it, especially after you’ve happened upon a jar of not-so-runny tahini because the thicker stuff actually works better in this case. Simply use a fork to mix some tahini with something called Date Lady Chocolate Spread. Freaking amazingthought I’d pass it on:D

  • I just found your channel like 30 Minutes ago… and I love it! Your recipes are just freaking awesome and you a re very funny and cool guy! I’m gonna have lots of fun:D greetings from germany

  • I doubled everything, to freeze later, except the oats. Theyre in the oven now so i cant add more oats now. Im aways forgetting something. O well, im still gonna munch on them. Id like to say, being a diabetic has affected my brain, but i cant even use that excuse!

  • Can you add how many you get out of one batch? I’d love to do the math on these! Just to get to enough fat for one whole day per cookie, and not enough protein. If you want cookies for breakfast, you can make delicious ones with whey protein and IMO. Those are low carb, low fat and high fiber and protein.

  • dislike not for the recipe, but the fact that you people from USA don’t care that the rest of PLANET EARTH using grams, kilograms. IF YOU POST SOMETHING REMEMBER THAT THE REST OF HUMANITY IN PLANET EARTH DON’T UNDERSTAND WHAT DOES MEEN CUP, 1/4 CUP OR OUNCE OR WHAT EVER

  • Have to make these bad boys, however they look deliciously dangerous lol

    Ps. am now a nut butter addict which now has my mother concerned ��

  • Lord you remind be of the daughter I never had! I tried the 3 ingredient cookies the other day and they were gone it two days. I’ll definitely make these this weekend! Thumbs up!

  • I have made all these cookies and they are yummy!!Thanks for sharing the recipe…Can u make more such kid friendly recipes…am always short of ideas for healthy tiffin ideas for my son! He plays a lot…and want to know more recipes where I can sneak in more proteins

  • Ok did she say 3 leches is not really cake? I wonder what or how that “3 leches cake” is made where she comes from. Cuz where I come from it’s defiantly a cake and it definitely has flour.
    I can’t wait to try the cookies though! Yummy

  • You are morphing into nigella lawson but obviously you’re youngish,unfortunaetely male and have the added allure of not chewing animal flesh, is there anyway you could do a trans vegan cooking special

  • Okay but why whenever you say cashew milk you immediately follow it up with “CASHOO MILK”? �� Now every time I drink cashew milk I’ll have that playing in my head lol

  • The recipe is a bomb! I didn’t have chocolate, unfortunately��but added cocoa powder and they turned out deliiiiicios���� Thank you!

  • You may have been told this, but you can ripen your bananas in the oven on lowest temp. Google it….lol
    Thanks for this video as I was searching for stuff the hubs would eat that doesn’t contain 1000mg of sodium and preservatives.

  • Baking soda or powder?
    What size cookie scoop, or cookie?
    12 or 15 cookies?
    They look and sound delicious, but I want to get the recipe correct.
    Can you add an egg?

  • Hey Miles! Wanted to start by saying I think you’re really cool! Could you do a top 10 or top 5 nut butters in terms of health, consistency, taste and the whole shabang. Would love to see it so that I can order online. You rock!

  • Not sure where I went wrong, the dough became very runny and I could not shape the cookies, had to add a couple spoons wheat flour to be able to get it on the parchment paper!

  • Can you add how many you get out of one batch? I’d love to do the math on these! Just to get to enough fat for one whole day per cookie, and not enough protein. If you want cookies for breakfast, you can make delicious ones with whey protein and IMO. Those are low carb, low fat and high fiber and protein.

  • looks delicious. but this is not high protein at all. for a cookie, maybe, but it’s certainly not enough for a breakfast. and its is really high carbs and fat. I would leave out the honey altogether and use very ripe banana instead!

  • WELL DONE, they look yummyliscious.. will you please tell me what temperature you bake them in the oven and which setting on the oven as like I have about 10 settings

  • God, thank you Jesus for this A-M-A-Z-I-N-G channel. I just found both these YouTubers and I’m a subscriber for both of you guys. I love these healthy extremely clean cookies ��❤️

  • dislike not for the recipe, but the fact that you people from USA don’t care that the rest of PLANET EARTH using grams, kilograms. IF YOU POST SOMETHING REMEMBER THAT THE REST OF HUMANITY IN PLANET EARTH DON’T UNDERSTAND WHAT DOES MEEN CUP, 1/4 CUP OR OUNCE OR WHAT EVER

  • Just made these with a can of pumpkin instead of sweet potato per your suggestion. I also used a puree of 15 dates instead of maple syrup. They came out really yummy! Filling, satisfying, healthy, and portable. Thank you for the recipe!!

  • I happened across this video this morning. When you taped this, you had no idea what would be happening in March 2020. At nearly 70 years of age, I live alone and I’m practicing social distancing like much of the world. I love sweets, but I really don’t want this isolation to become a very unhealthy time for me. I’m excited to try these breakfast cookies. I have everything needed, so I’m about to head for the kitchen. And since they can be frozen, I’ll keep a few in the refrigerator, but I’ll freeze some from each recipe, so I have some for a few weeks. Thank you.

  • I won’t get the effects from sniff if I put it in this batter rendering it a massive waste as well as having no available access to any unfortunately so I omitted it… HOWEVER these tasted amazing!

  • Wonderful! I can’t stop eating them! Great snack for my 1.5-yr old and me. I used Brazil nuts, butter, and honey because that’s what I had and added vanilla and a dash of cinnamon. SO glad I doubled the recipe. I actually prefer the ones without chocolate chips, which is what I did for my son.

  • Hello! Just found you on YouTube and am curious about the Carrot Cake Breakfast cookie recipe… I went to your website and am having a tough time trying to locate the actual recipe!!! I would like to make these before my husband gets home!!!

  • I’ve been searching for some good healthy deserts to satisfy my sweet tooth. I’ve tried making a handful of recipes from youtube, and these cookies are on my top list. Just on a side note, if you don’t have liquid stevia like me, you can sub with 1/3 teaspoon of powder stevia. They came out delicious! Thanks Clean & Delicious for always sharing your goodies with the publice!

  • These are genius!!!! TY, Ty, ty! ��
    1�� portable (no skipping in rush)
    2��healthy ingredients
    3��easily adaptable to all diets
    4��delicious ��
    My 3 fav flavors. ����
    ��I’m going to add vanilla protein powder to make them more of a meal replacement. ��
    ��Please use only aluminum-free baking powder.
    More grab n go foods please with substitutes for allergies, vegan, gluten free… Gracias!��

  • Breakfast with lots of honey or sugar are not healthy. It will send your insulin up and stop the body burning fat. Not healthy. Keep all sugars to a bare minimum for breakfast. That includes peanut butter that has sugar in!

  • Coconut oil is not that healthy! In fact, it can highten your cholesterol!! If you have high cholesterol, don’t use it. In the country I live, the health authorities came with a warning about using it too much, because at that time in suddenly became ‘’in’’ to use it in smoothies, frying meat and vegetables. Don’t use it heated in a pan for meat or vegetables.

  • The recipe in the narrative description above stops at the end and doesn’t say how long you’re supposed to leave the cookies in the oven before taking them out, nor does it mention anything about cooling them completely before storing in an airtight container or how long they will last chilled/frozen.

  • I have question. This quick oats, is the instant oats usable? Like the instant Quaker oats. I only have that in quite huge pack. Hope I shouldn’t buy other oats type.

  • Watch the sugar… Even natural sugar. And the carbs… ��. Have plain potato for carbs instead, 2 hours after waking and walking around much.

  • I have been making variations of these for some time now, but I don’t use honey or any other sweetener except for stevia which has the sweetness with ZERO dietary sugar. I make these kinds of breakfast cookies because of my propensity to develop high triglycerides. Honey is a total no-no, unfortunately since I love it so much! I try to keep my total daily dietary sugar intake to no more than 25g, which is EXTREMELY difficult since practically everything we eat has dietary sugar. It requires a complete and total overhaul to my diet. But in doing so I was able to lower my triglycerides without meds from 209 to 96 in TWO MONTHS! The only issue is there have not been enough studies as to the safety of highly processed granulated stevia. Don’t like the dried leaves! Tried them. Nope!

  • Actually I just made a huge batch of mashed sweet potatoes yesterday, a bit of stevia and cinnamon already in, I was going to save it as a side with dinner tonight, but now it looks like I’m going to have to disappoint☹️ the troops and make these instead!!����. Think I’ll add raisins as well, they will help boost the sweetness too!
    Thank you #miles������
    #allthebestpeoplearevegan

  • These are AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS! Gotta try this recipes guys. My husband and I are all for healthy snacks and this was a HIT! Thank you Dani.

  • Made the chocolate and peanut butter cookies. Added six chopped dates instead of stevia to sweeten and some almonds and raisins. These are the best cookies I have ever made that are totally dairy, egg and gluten free.Amazing. Thank you so much. Perfect recipe. I just spooned dollops of the mixture and made at least 15 cookies. I shaped them a little with the edge of the spoon but they all looked great. SO DELICIOUS

  • Miles! I assure you this is the simplest on-the-fly snack/desertwhatever; you gotta’ try it, especially after you’ve happened upon a jar of not-so-runny tahini because the thicker stuff actually works better in this case. Simply use a fork to mix some tahini with something called Date Lady Chocolate Spread. Freaking amazingthought I’d pass it on:D

  • This was okay until I kept seeing that long hair being handled by the woman in pink. That was stomach-turning, and I had to stop the video.

  • You may have been told this, but you can ripen your bananas in the oven on lowest temp. Google it….lol
    Thanks for this video as I was searching for stuff the hubs would eat that doesn’t contain 1000mg of sodium and preservatives.

  • Hi, I’m slightly confused. Baking powder or baking soda? In the video you say Baking powder but in your description it says baking soda.

  • recipes with vivo life everywhere and you were the one sick of four sigmatic? At least they could ship to other countries for less money ����

  • “You are gonna need a tablespoon of cocaine” had me wheezing �� The cookies looked so good that I’m hungery rn, thanks…def gonna give it a try!

  • I’ve made these quite a few times. Decided to make some 10pm at night, forgot that I needed a banana which we don’t have cause of this virus going around. Substituted it for yoghurt, so here goes lol

  • Since I have been coming to your channel I have used several of your recipes and I have learned to use the coconut oil. It is great to have alternatives and my husband and I really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Off to the kitchen to try this one. Looks good.

  • recipes with vivo life everywhere and you were the one sick of four sigmatic? At least they could ship to other countries for less money ����

  • Who else can eat so many oat banana cookies and still feel like they have an empty bottomless pit for a stomach..? Just so good I keep wanting more

  • Read to the end. But I do not recommend this recipe for the next day breakfast.

    It smelled great when it came out of the oven.
    My first bite… Oh so amazing!
    I loved it, my roommate loved it, my gf loved it.
    Just from “tasting”, it was all gone in no time.

    What about my next day breakfast, buddy? You said it was perfect for breakfast! ��
    You better make double or triple that batch. ������

  • Great video, I loved your oatmeal muffin cups by the way. But I do have a question for this recipe. If I don’t have access to coconut oil, what would be a good substitute?

  • Man, these are waaaaay better without the silpat. The browning and caramelization that happens directly on the pan shoots the flavor over the moon! So good! Can’t wait to try some tomorrow for a snack with a smear of peanut butter! No pan spray needed. Plenty of fat to not stick

  • I’ve been making this same basic recipe for years… no nut butter though (I’ll have to try that) and I use honey instead of maple syrup and walnuts instead of pecans. I’ve tried many different flour combinations but find that half buckwheat and half oat to be my favourite. Quinoa flour is good for a protein boost but adds a slight sour/vinegar sort of flavour.

    Just discovered your channel Myles… you eat like I do!:)

  • Stevia like all sweet stimulation still causes unhealthy spike in blood sugar for diabetics, as does bananas..research as of 2020 shows that saturated in coconut coconut oil is just as bad for arteries as any other saturated for. Levels of cholesterol in eggs are equivalent to smoking cigarettes and significantly increase risks of hearth attacks. Oats are great! Overall unfortunately these are not a healthy breakfast. I’m happy to give references to research if required. All resent paper citations using double blind peer reviewed research can be found at nutritionalfacts.org

  • I’ve made these quite a few times. Decided to make some 10pm at night, forgot that I needed a banana which we don’t have cause of this virus going around. Substituted it for yoghurt, so here goes lol

  • I have question. This quick oats, is the instant oats usable? Like the instant Quaker oats. I only have that in quite huge pack. Hope I shouldn’t buy other oats type.

  • I cracked up so hard on the “you can use some cocaine if you want” sprinkles white powder into bowl and the way you were saying “peanut butter” with and without your accent had me so dead and yes PLEASE DO BAKING WITH BAKED MILES

  • I have question about liquid stevia is save for kids because I have three years boy, so it’s good this liquid when we give it to kids?
    Your recipes are amazing and really delicious �� thank you please answer me when you have a time..

  • Wow I can’t believe these only have 1 gram fiber, that was really surprised me. Also I had to put the cookie dough in the fridge for 30 min. It made it so much easier to form the cookies. Bottom line my husband wants these all the time LOL! Thank you for all your hard work coming up with these yummy foods.

  • Hey dani do u have low fat recipes I am trying a lot of your recipes out but I just found out I have high glocuse and well I want to eat good yummy food with out the high blood sugar after thank u so much

  • Okay but why whenever you say cashew milk you immediately follow it up with “CASHOO MILK”? �� Now every time I drink cashew milk I’ll have that playing in my head lol

  • Just doing this now, they are not holding together, going to put the mixture in the refrigerator to see if it toughens up, will update. LATEST UPDATE: These did not toughen up in the refrigerator so had to bake them in a tray. After baking, they still fell apart, you must have missed something in your recipe. I would suggest using chia seeds rather than egg, as they bind together better.

  • Not sure where I went wrong, the dough became very runny and I could not shape the cookies, had to add a couple spoons wheat flour to be able to get it on the parchment paper!

  • Can you use old-fashioned oats?

    Is there a substitute for bananas? I like them but they OVERPOWER everything they are in.

    I’m allergic to coconut (coconut sugar) and stevia has a weird aftertaste that I can’t get used to so if I want to sweeten something w/ regular sugar, would you 1/2 what the recipe calls for?

  • Not only does the recipe above not say anything about how long to leave
    the cookies in the oven and storage methods, but now I just noticed it
    says makes 24 cookies, and watching the video it says it makes 15-16
    cookies. That’s a pretty big difference.

  • You are morphing into nigella lawson but obviously you’re youngish,unfortunaetely male and have the added allure of not chewing animal flesh, is there anyway you could do a trans vegan cooking special

  • I’m confused.
    I saw the pip and nut butter when you placed Peanut butter on top of the cookies.
    I thought that you no longer buy that brand due to your “rant” on your earlier videos or was that one you purchased months ago?

  • Read to the end. But I do not recommend this recipe for the next day breakfast.

    It smelled great when it came out of the oven.
    My first bite… Oh so amazing!
    I loved it, my roommate loved it, my gf loved it.
    Just from “tasting”, it was all gone in no time.

    What about my next day breakfast, buddy? You said it was perfect for breakfast! ��
    You better make double or triple that batch. ������

  • I am confused because Miles said that the cookies contain Omega 3 due to the walnuts.
    NowOmega3 is a fat which should decompose when heated, right?
    So there should not be any left after baking. Am I wrong?

  • Okay… I’ve made this cookies, and I need to see a doctor, because I think I have a serious addiction on this cookies. They are amazing tasty and you feel so good after eating them! Thank you! <3

  • I tried loosely following a similar recipe yesterday. They turned out okay, not super sweet or anything, ( I used tahini and normal sugar though) kinda chewy and not crunchy. i’m excited to make carrot cake (cheesecake style) with this one though! Gotta figure out how to get that crunch

  • Hi Miles, I had some leftover sweet potato in the fridge and remembered this recipe I added chocolate chips to it too… super yummy, thank you!

  • You should put the bananas (not peeled) in the oven at 400degrees on a baking sheet for 10-12 minutes and then peel them and mush them up!! It makes the recipe 10x better:) ❤️

  • Sorry Miles I usually really like your recipes, but I tried this one and I wouldn’t recommend it. First of all, It took me literally forever to make (mostly because of the sweet potato roasting part), secondly 20 minutes at 180 it’s not enough to cook them, I had to do around 35 minutes. And finally and most importantly, even though I used more maple syrup, they turned out to be far from sweet and nobody in my family (including me) liked them, such a waste of time and money:/

  • Pl, pl tell us EXACTLY how to make all these cookies vegan, esp the pumpkin pie ones. How much artificial sweetener or date paste or peanut butter (?) to use instead? Your answer would be very appreciated.

  • I made these cookies over the weekend, soooo delicious and easy to make. I would add more pecan and chia seeds next time I make them.

  • There’s a snack you might like that we eat in Palestine, it is date syrup and tahini! Just dip a piece of bread in the tahini and syrup… enjoy!!

  • Can you do low fat cookies, please?
    Don’t get me wrong, I eat plenty of nuts and seeds every meal, but I don’t like to heat them up(to minimize the nutrient loss)��.
    Btw, sorry if write something wrong, I’m portuguese��

  • Made the chocolate and peanut butter cookies. Added six chopped dates instead of stevia to sweeten and some almonds and raisins. These are the best cookies I have ever made that are totally dairy, egg and gluten free.Amazing. Thank you so much. Perfect recipe. I just spooned dollops of the mixture and made at least 15 cookies. I shaped them a little with the edge of the spoon but they all looked great. SO DELICIOUS

  • These cookies were absolutely amazing. My 1.5 year old LOVES them. Breakfast has been a struggle lately but now hes so happy to eat this cookie! Thank you for this and ill be subscribing to phitzee ��

  • MILES!!! I tried these cookies and I LOVE THEM!!! They are bomb, just like you said!!! I love the recipes you recommend, they are easy, healthy and always turn out to be great!!!

  • Just made these with a can of pumpkin instead of sweet potato per your suggestion. I also used a puree of 15 dates instead of maple syrup. They came out really yummy! Filling, satisfying, healthy, and portable. Thank you for the recipe!!

  • I have question about liquid stevia is save for kids because I have three years boy, so it’s good this liquid when we give it to kids?
    Your recipes are amazing and really delicious �� thank you please answer me when you have a time..

  • I made this for the third time yesterday and OH MY they’re so frickin good! Mine look kinda weird though bc I use some weird green hemp protein powder (sadly that’s the only vegan protein powder available here) bUt the taste is absolutely AMAZING. I use a bit less banana bc I like things not too sweet and they’re my absolute go-to snack these days. Also, for these who are wondering, I bake them at 175°C (don’t know what’s in Fahrenheit) in pre heated oven for about 15-17 min and they turn out perfectly

  • Doesn’t dried cranberries has a lot of sugar? I used to think that they were healthy but they are loaded with sugar to reduced tartness.