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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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