Peanut Butter Oatmeal Breakfast Cookie


Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

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Hint:By using dairy-free milk and applesauce instead of eggs, your healthy peanut butter oatmeal breakfast cookies are naturally vegan, dairy-free, and egg-free! Time for the dry ingredients! And those are instant oats, oat flour, and baking powder. Instant oatsare also called quick-cooking or one-minute oats.

Add rolled oats and peanut butter, and stir to combine all the ingredients. Add any add-ins if you wish. Use a fork or spoon to spread the cookie dough into cookies on a baking sheet covered baking tray. The cookies will not change shape when they cook, so shape them the way you want them to turn out. Oil-Free Peanut Butter Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies (V, GF): chewy ‘n healthy breakfast cookies bursting with peanut butter and packed with nutritious ingredients!

Vegan, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Healthy, Protein-Packed. Just 83 calories per cookie with 3. Directions Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment. Mash the bananas with a fork in a large bowl. Add the oats, peanut butter, chocolate chips, honey, cinnamon and salt, Scoop out the dough with a cookie.

Beat eggs, applesauce, peanut butter, brown sugar, and vanilla extract in a bowl until smooth. Step 3 Combine oats, all-purpose flour, flax seed. Directions In a small bowl, cream peanut butter and brown sugar until fluffy. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. In a medium sized bowl stir together the peanut butter, honey, and brown sugar. Do NOT warm up the peanut butter or the honey.

Add in the oats, salt, baking soda, and vanilla extract. These peanut butter banana breakfast cookies are the best of both worlds. They make it easy to enjoy the same bowl of oats only it’s handheld. Plus the cookies can be made ahead. They make a great grab and go breakfast and are good for both kids and adults.

No sugar added breakfast cookies. These 3-ingredient breakfast cookies have no added sugar. These healthy banana oatmeal breakfast cookies are made with peanut butter and no flour, but you’d never tell! Rolled oats, banana, and peanut butter are combined to make thick and chewy cookies.

No eggs, no sugar and an option to make this without banana! 3 Ingredient Breakfast Cookies. In a medium bowl, whisk together the oats, flour, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt.

In a separate bowl, whisk together the egg white and vanilla.

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1 Preheat oven to 350°F. Lightly coat two In a large bowl stir together banana, peanut butter, honey, and vanilla.

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Fold 1 tablespoon raisins and 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon into 1 tablespoon all-natural peanut butter.

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In a large bowl, beat together granulated sugar, brown sugar, buttery spread, and peanut butter at medium speed until fully combined and creamy.

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Microwave butter in second medium bowl until melted, about 30 seconds, then whisk in 6 tablespoons peanut butter until combined.

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Place in a small bowl, add the brown sugar, and blend with the pecans, oat bran, and soy nut butter.

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Press the peanut butter–oat batter into a smooth layer on the baking sheet.

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  • I made these today and they are absolutely delicious! It was a must for me to subscribe. You are gonna turn me into a baking genius! Thank you so much for sharing your awesome recipes.

  • For the love of all baked goods do NOT substitute all purpose butter with I can’t believe it’s not butter!!!!! I have delicious mush circles that I now have to spoon eat. Tried to impress my bf but I just got the forced smile and the good ol “I’ll still eat it I don’t care” ahhhhhh

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

  • thanks you
    Today I made it delicious
    Another one here ����
    How to cook Coco Banana Cake?

  • So….oatmeal (which turns to sugar) banana (which turns to sugar) and chocolate chips (sugar). Struggling to work out what is healthy about these cookies.

  • Tried to be healthy, spent some effort to make this. But… they tasted awful. wondered if i made a mistake so I made another batch with some hazelnuts and more cocoa powder still tasted awful. Ended up throwing whole batch away now I wonder if it’s the way it tastes or my baking skill

  • Ohmygod i tried this and it isss deliciouss!! For someone who doesnt like the texture of the oats, i give this an A!!! Thank you for the recipe maam!

  • Thank you sooo much for this recipe! I made my recipe with a tbsp of cocoa powder and 1/4 cup chocolate chips and it was great. For 12 cookies it is roughly 80 calories a piece

  • 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

  • I wrote down the recipe so here it is:
    •3 cups / 384 g / 8 dl •1 cup / 250 dl / 128 g of peanut butter ( i Think you Can use any nut or seed butter you want to use ) •1/3 cup / 43 g of honey or you Can use syrup extract so that its vegan and healthy or sugar or you Can also use vanilla extract •1/8 of seeds of your choice you Can use chia seeds and sunflower seeds and so on // •HERES HOW YOU MAKE IT: you melt the nut or seed butter and the sweetener of your choice ( syrup, sugar or honey ) and then you mix it with the oats and then you put your seeds of your choice in the mix and you put baking paper in your baking form and you put the mix in the form and you mash it flat and you take the baking papers with the granola mix out of the form and you cut it how you want it to be and there you have your granola bars at home with but or seed butter ( dont come at me Im not that good at english so dont judge me )�� hope you can use this loooong recipe����

  • gluten-free, vegan…no shot, but better with organic oats, and raisins…. Unless that chocolate is 100% Cocao, organic oats, these are not healthy at all. Sorry, but oats, chocolate and bananas are all inflammatory aids and will spike your blood insulin through the roof w/ carbohydrates.

  • Hi. Thank you for the recipy but I must to have done something wrong, they didn’t looked anything like yours. Not crunchy at all, witch is characteristic of the oatmeal cookies. Why would that be?

  • Oh my gosh.. these are the best things I have ever eaten.
    I made these today and I can’t believe how good they are
    Like you don’t need any chocolate or any kind of dessert after you have these.
    I put a handful of flax seed in mine
    And I did a little less than 3/4th cup of peanut butter and I did a little less maple syrup and these were honestly the best things I’ve ever made. They are the perfect cookie they beat any dessert I’ve made. They’re gooey but also hold up and they have a great texture and taste.

  • You must cook the oats to release the vitamins. Cook the oats and eat that is healthy. Those chocolate chips are made with milk which is not healthy. Pasteurized milk raise’s the casin leaves to an unhealthy level. Do your homework. Eating milk chocolate for breakfast is not good. Make muffins with einkorn flour and carrots and raisins and bran.

  • I made these today and they came out SUPER delicious. Chewy and sweet! I recommend this to everyone. It’s a great, healthy alternative to anything sweet you are craving. TRY THEM!! (I made a 2nd batch and added peanut butter for more flavor!)

  • I can not smoke marijuana anymore, nor inhale any other smoke due to health problems.

    Do any of you know if I can add marijuana to the batter and then bake.

    This is not a joke.
    I still want to continue marijuana, just not smoking it.

    I live in a state where leaf and edibles are illegal.

    Any help is appreciated

  • My brother, please know that Jesus loves you. He came, died on the cross to save us from our sins, and rose again. Admit that you’re a sinner and repent. Receive Jesus Christ’s gift of forgiveness. Confess your faith in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. You are now saved by grace and have eternal life in heaven. ❤

  • Now I backed a lot of cookies (but these cookies are the best) I ever had love them soooooooo much I’m baking them again just made some last night damn I cant helped thx so much Respected Real S… ��������!!!! 2019

  • Wondering if they could be dehydrated instead….??????I have made one with Oats, Apples, flax(ground) Hamp (ground) and cranberries, cinnamon and dehydrated them…….

  • Yummy! I never have quick oats, don’t like them. Can I mix some steel cut oats or oat bran into the rolled oats? If so, how much? And thanks for educating people that brown bananas aren’t rotten! That’s just sugar causing the spots. I hate when people throw them away. I can’t eat them unless they have some brown spots.

  • I tried this with rolled oats and left it for 20 mins as suggested, before putting on the tray. After cooking they came out looking like pattied mush with raisins. You can’t see any oat shapes. I hope they taste better than they look! ��
    Update: These don’t taste that good. They’re rubbery. I won’t be making them again. ��

  • 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.

  • 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 😉

  • 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?

  • Concoction of a stoner needing some munchies. Threw in some spliff seeds and refiderated it. Who has time for parchment or foil, just drag that knife tip over the non-stick pan.

  • Here’s the recipe for the rest of the world:
    187 g oat
    2 banaenaes
    41 g chocolate chips
    Preheat at 175 C and Bake for 12-15

    you’re welcome B)

  • Hey if you are making these for younger kids or if you just like it fun I recommend rolling these into balls! My little brothers like them ten times more this way and i sort of do as well (lol)

  • I’d do it without the seed mix and after making the bars I would make a peanut butter drizzle to drizzle over the top of the bars.
    I’d do that for breakfast. Pb has a lot of protein.

  • Hey guys. Need help
    I tried this recipe and they are really delicious �� but mine were pretty soft and tender and I wanted to get ones like crisp.??!!

  • 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 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 made these with organic gluten free rolled oats, 2 organic bananas, organic Saigon cinnamon and Enjoy Life Dark Chocolate morsels and contain only unsweetened dark chocolate and cane sugar.
    ALL of their products are free from gluten & wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, casein, soy, egg, sesame, sulfites, lupin, mustard, shellfish, fish and crustaceans and are Non GMO.
    It only made 11 medium size cookies and I baked them at 350° for 12 minutes and they came out perfect. So yummy!

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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?

  • 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

  • tried these today! I cut the recipe by half and added a teaspoon of vanilla and a dash of cinnamon, smelled super yummy. definitely on the chewier side which I’m usually not a fan of, but they tasted delicious.

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 ��

  • 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 ����

  • 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

  • Thanks for this, it is so difficult to find an 3 ingredient oatmeal cookie recipe that does not have bananas. I am allergic to bananas.:)

  • I did try this, actually after a couple of days these caught fungus & i had to discard all. Please highlight on the storage process. I used an air tight container.

  • For someone like me who’s allergic to Oats. Lucky for me because the taste of them (shudder), even the smell of Porridge cooking makes me sick. (Sad face for all the Baked Oatmeals I can’t make��) Would this recipe work with any other Cereals? Like Puffed Rice or Cornflakes/Special K, Cheerios? Or does it only work because the Oat flakes absorb the moisture from the Syrup and Nut Butter? Thank you.

  • Holy cow those cookies are amazing! I have my last tray in the oven right now and I barely have anything left from my first two trays because my family LOVES them and have been gobbling them up! Thank you for this recipe! It’ll definitely be a family favorite!

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

  • 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!

  • Love this recipe! It’s perfect in the summer with some yogurt on top. I just stick them in the freezer for a little to firm up the yogurt, and it’s a healthy icing alternative.

  • OK, I absolutely love these kind of recipes. Currently I made peanut butter oatmeal bars. I have made these cookies as well before!!! They are so easy to take on the go and so good for you.

  • I sometimes make just one of these cookies, when I want one but not interested in doing an entire batch. I just sorta estimate proportions, and it turns out great. I bake it in a toaster oven on aluminum foil or an oven friendly plate. Thanks, Dani, for all your informative and fun videos! Sending best

  • Hey, I found these to be too sweet for my liking…so my question is, how much less of maple syrup can I put and still have the cookie come out good??

  • I’m so bad at cooking I mean these turned out ok but lacked taste but I’m pretty sure it’s bc I did smthn wrong cuz I’m terrible at cooking ����

  • I made these and added raisins. Wow the Maple syrup makes them delicious. I made some with just almond butter and they were too bland

  • Thank you, you had me at vegan, and so healthy m hope it works because I have to use rye, kamut or other flakes since we have an allergy to oats ��looking forward to seeing more of your simple vegan recipes!

  • These were yummy!!! I made some without chocolate chips and peanut butter instead. I have to say the chocolate chip ones were way 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?

  • Girl I cannot bake whatsoever. I came across this and I am so happy! I finally made a cookie that my Cookie Monster husband absolutely LOVES! ✌️��♥️❤️ Thank you!

  • I’d probably use granola instead of the rolled oats not a big fan of rolled oats I grew up eating cream of wheat I’m one of those people who don’t like oatmeal or rolled oats lol I’ll give this a try def thanks Dani

  • Thank you! Looks delicious. Will have to try. Could you show us how to make our own vegan chocolate chip ice cream? Is there a way to make it with almond milk?

  • This tastes so good �� I don’t like very sweet cookies, but this is the perfect amount of sweetness (placed raisins instead of chocolate).

  • I have your vid saved for like a year or two and I finally,finally made this banana oatmeal cookie today. Hubby and I love this so much. Thank you❤️

  • Is there an alternative to maple syrup that I can use? The place I live in is expensive to buy syrup. Should I just make my own syrup with sugar?

  • Dani, I love your videos and recipes so much I watch one every night before I go to bed. Is it possible you could do more videos that have recipes for people with diabetes. No sugar and very low carbohydrates is best for diabetics. Thank you in advance for considering this request.

  • I’ve been making these a long time. But add coconut, tiny chocolate chips, peanut butter instead of almond butter, cocoa powder, stevia. I make them in a ball instead of a cookie and it’s a great snack!

  • OK all these no gluten no this no that products.. Do they even taste tasty tho?? Or its an acquired taste for tasteless food.. Coz me n my sis once decided to try gluten free plus a whole load of no this and that cookies n those were the most disgusting things we had ever tasted.. Yet they were so ridiculously expensive as well..

  • I really love this amazing banana cookie recipe. Best banana cookie recipe i have ever tried. Even here i have a special banana cookie recipe. Check out the recipe here:

  • I used honey instead of maple syrup and baked it in airfryer ( 180 degrees Celsius for 6 min) and they didn’t become hard like biscuits and instead got burnt and dark making them bitter. Could you tell me what must’ve gone wrong?

  • 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

  • Hi! Thank you so much for all your hard work I love your show! Can you make this with honey rather than real maple syrup? It’s hard to get here, and hugely expensive if you can find it. Thank you.

  • Okay. I made these cookies Sunday night. I added 1/2 cup chocolate chips and cooked one batch for the prescribed time and one batch for a few minutes longer. Both batches absolutely DELICIOUS! My daughter, who doesn’t even like peanut butter or oatmeal gobbled these up! Thank you.

  • FYI for diabetics use the bananas when still some green in them and leave out the chocolate chips.. make sure if you use cranberries make sure they have no sugar at all. Put in some type of nuts or cacao nibs.. of lots of cinnamon. I made a mistake and didn’t pay attention to the sugar.. my fault not @clean and delicious

  • You don’t recommend natural peanut butter, but that’s what I’m trying to use up��… Looking at the ingredients, I guess it’s not so “natural”, just packaged and marketed that way.

  • Dani, do you think you would ever do a What I eat in a day video?? I’m sure many of us are curious… Esp because you have kept your 25lbs of weight off for the last ten years plus and after having your two kids.:)

  • 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!

  • Just came across your channel via this recipe and I just went ahead and doubled the recipe and also added some chocolate chips �� Just set them in the fridge and cannot wait to bake them off later! Surprised you don’t have more subscribers, though, your energy is so nice! ♥️