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Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cookies a healthy make-ahead, portable breakfast (or dessert) for busy mornings. These easy gluten free cookies are. One bowl (aka one bowl to clean) and you’ve got breakfast for the week.

These apple cinnamon oatmeal breakfast cookies only require one bowl because they’re thick and filled with apples and oats so they don’t require as much precise measuring as a traditional chocolate chip cookie. Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cookies. Ingredients. 1 large (223 grams) apple ; 1 cup (244 grams) unsweetened applesauce ; 1/3 cup (72 grams) cooking oil ; 1/4 cup (85 grams) honey ; 1 cup (80 grams) rolled oats ; 1 cup (90 grams) whole-wheat flour ; 1/2 teaspoon baking powder; 11/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon; 1/8 teaspoon salt; 1/2 cup (60 grams) walnuts, chopped ; Directions.

Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cookies. September 04, 2019. Level Easy. Preparation Time 20 minutes. Cooking Time 25 minutes.

Serves Makes 15. INGREDIENTS. 270g rolled oats. 120g ground almonds. 40g desiccated coconut. 125ml light olive oil or sunflower oil. 160ml spinneysFOOD Organic Maple Syrup or spinneysFOOD Honey. Breakfast cookies are made with a sprinkle of cinnamon, healthy oatmeal, raisins, walnuts and diced apple pieces that are mixed with peanut butter and natural sweeteners like honey and unsweetened applesauce to hold it all together in a cookie shape. In a large bowl measure the old fashioned oats and quick oats.

Add the ground cinnamon and salt to the bowl with the oatmeal. Mix with a spoon until the cinnamon is evenly coating the oats. Add the chopped walnuts, golden raisins and diced apples to the bowl.

Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cookies These cookies are incredibly soft, and are better described as a cross between a muffin and a cookie. These apple cinnamon breakfast cookies are the perfect weekday breakfast solution! Store in an airtight container in.

These apple cinnamon breakfast cookies are soft and sweet without using any refined sugar. The warm cinnamon and sweet apples make the perfect breakfast, and the protein and fat will keep blood sugars stable until snack or lunchtime. Happy start to the school year to you my friends!Line two baking sheets with silpat or parchment paper and set aside.

In a large bowl, mix together the flour, oats, cinnamon baking powder and salt until combined. Make a well in the center and add egg, butter, honey, applesauce and vanilla. Apple Cinnamon Cookies – A Healthy Paleo Snack Living For Life eggs, apples, cinnamon, coconut oil, shredded coconut, vanilla and 1 more Whole Wheat Apple Cookies Le ricette di Micol apples, raw sugar, ground ginger, chestnut flour, potato.

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Combine the cinnamon and sugar in a small bowl and sprinkle it evenly over the apples.

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  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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 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.

  • 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?

  • 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!��

  • 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

  • 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

  • If you’re reading this, I need your help! I’m almost at 110 subscribers and you can help me get there with a simple click! �� It would mean a lot to me and you get to see more food, which is nice ��! Thanks for watching this video, I hope you enjoyed it! Please keep being your awesome cookie baking self, I appreciate you! ����

  • 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!

  • 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��

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • 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!!!

  • 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

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • 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 ��❤️

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • Your recipes are excellent. I omitted the sweeteners since I am on a key diet and it was quite good. My family keeps asking for more and they are not on a keto diet.

  • 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.

  • I actually made that without watching a video��you should try to add some dates and almonds -*��they were delish!!*eating a cookie now

  • Hi Adriana, this looks amazing! Do you think I can make a big batch and then freeze some, or would that ruin the texture after defrosting? Or actually maybe I should freeze some of the dough prior to baking?

  • i can’t have nut flours. i can use coconut or cassava, do you have a recommendation which one I should use as a substitute and how much I should put in? I”ve been having a real hard time with anything I bake with these flours it’s all coming out flat and cooked on outside but not the insides! help! i’ve used both applesauce, a 1/2 banana and agar agar as egg replacement and nothing good has come out yet. hoping flax meal will help my only 2 flour choices work…?

  • I’m about to try this recipe in a few minutes, but first I have to know.. Are you married? If these and your other recipes are as good as they look I will be proposing soon.

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  • I just tried these cookies today. They are soooo amazing! To me, they are more like… bite-size muffins? But I really love them, and now my apartment smells like a giant apple pie. Thank you!:)

  • 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.

  • I’ve been losing weight recently and trying to limit my intake of sugary desserts, meaning I haven’t been able to bake this whole summer:( but I found this recipe and I was so happy because they tasted delicious! X

  • I made them last night but they were more like a cake texture rather than cookies and I did use the spoon and level method for both oats and flour, I think next time I will double the amount of coconut oil as they are very dry. Regardless they tasted amazing thank you for the recipe