Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies are a Breakfast cookie we love, they are easy to grab and go in the mornings to eat on the go! Have you ever wanted to try making breakfast cookies? Not everyone is a breakfast lover but, most everyone loves a healthy breakfast cookie to eat. Make these for breakfast, brunch or snacks. They are perfect for when you are on the run, camping or for even serving at brunch. They pair well with coffee, tea, juice and milk. The oatmeal breakfast cookies recipe is easily adaptable.
Looking for other cookies to make? Try any of our cookie recipes.
I made two versions one packed with all the dried fruits, seeds and nuts I love. The other version is simpler for the picky eaters, kids. It’s all about finding what works well for you or your family. I’ll share a few ideas for variations. Then you can run with this breakfast cookies recipe. One thing that’s for sure they won’t last long! Yay to cookies for breakfast!
I wasn’t even sure what I’d call my recipe but, then thought Rise And Shine. Because we are night owls who are trying to be morning people. Do you know how hard that is?? Seriously, I crawl out of bed and head straight to brewing coffee…
We can’t live on coffee alone! That’s when I decided to call these Rise and Shine Breakfast Cookies. I often bake big batches, cool the breakfast cookies and freeze them in freezer bags. You can take them out the night before, or pop them into the microwave after taking them out of the bag.
Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
- sunflower seeds
- dried apricots
- dried cranberries
- semi-sweet chocolate chips (optional)
Are they easy to make?? So easy! One bowl for dry ingredients. A second bowl for wet ingredients. Mix, add to a baking sheet, place in the fridge for a bit and bake!
I have to say I’m loving my new Silicone Baking Liners I finally bought myself. If you are just getting into baking they are perfect for protecting your baking sheets too. I use a small cookie scoop or medium size scoop to get my cookies all the same size. I just pre-spray it with a little Pam and flatten the bottom across the bowl as I fill the scoop all the way.
Oatmeal Granola Breakfast Cookies
Now image a big plate of these cookies at your brunch!
What types of ingredients can you put into breakfast cookies?
Variations for breakfast cookies
- Our other favorite ingredients are dried pineapples and dried cherries
- dried mango
- dried strawberries
- dried blueberries
Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
How do you store cookies?
- Make sure they are completely cooled.
- Store your cooled cookies in a cookie jar, plastic freezer bags in the freezer or storage containers.
- I guarantee they won’t last long!
What else would you add to your breakfast cookie recipes?