Breakfast Cookies Any Time Of Day!
These breakfast cookies are so versatile, you can basically put any of your favorite ingredients, that make sense for a cookie, in them. Let’s see how our guest chef Tonia made her morning cookies today! I am sure they will be amazing because pretty much everything Tonia cooks is amazing!
Breakfast Cookies, and More!
I am always impressed with Tonia’s cooking. She has some serious kitchen skills, but her talents go above and beyond just the kitchen! Tonia is a hairstylist and indie filmmaker from Michigan who has been doing vegan activism since 2018. She is grateful to represent the Midwest on the JaneUnchained News Network. And we love having her! Tonia has a YouTube channel called Your Vegan Friend Tonia that you should definitely check out. It is fresh and fun and filled with lots of delicious recipes, and other great videos about veganism and the vegan lifestyle. From recipes to interviews, and visits to animal sanctuaries, you can find it all on Tonia’s YouTube channel.
How Did the Cookies Turn Out?
Let’s take a look at how these incredible breakfast cookies turned out. Hint hint…they look delicious! What would you put in your cookies? I would definitely have chocolate and nuts! Maybe some dried cranberries for fall! What about apples? could I put apples in them? Oh, and cinnamon? Yeah, that sounds good.
Let’s Get Baking…
I am providing the recipe for you to give these super easy and versatile breakfast cookies a try for yourself. Why not, we have plenty of time at home these days to be cooking and baking, so let’s do it. I love this recipe because you truly can make them your own, with whatever ingredients you like. Keep it super healthy if you prefer, or add some sweets for more of a dessert treat.
Super Easy Breakfast Cookies
- 3 previously thawed formerly frozen bananas (or 3 nice and ripe bananas)
- 1 1/2 C Old Fashioned Oats
- Add any of the following in the amounts you like:
- blueberries and brown sugar, Vegan chocolate morsels, Nuts, dried fruit.
- Mix and spoon onto baking sheet.
- Cook at 350 for 12-15 minutes.
- Let cool for several minutes to firm up.
- These freeze very well.
Thank you for stopping by and joining us on this breakfast cookie cooking extravaganza. Be sure to check out many of the other recipes available from previous #LunchBreakLIVE shows. There are so many global recipes to choose from. Until next time…
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Donna Dennison is an UnchainedTV writer, graphic designer, video editor, and IG contributor. Donna is also a creative in the film industry.