Cookies for breakfast is a thing but Blueberry Breakfast Cookies is another thing and is even much better.
The important thing is that with stressful mornings come hassle-free and fast choices for breakfast – like getting a pre-packaged sweet bar and calling that a meal.
These blueberry breakfast cookies are incredibly simple to make and can be prepared ahead of time, which makes them convenient as practical.
Can you imagine it? Learn how simple they are to make in this short guide.
I am not saying that making a hot breakfast like Oatmeal Breakfast Bar, Homemade Whole Wheat Waffles or this homemade egg McMuffins are bad alternatives, however, the truth is that kids really love cookies – and even me too.
And we parents always want our kids to eat good healthy foods, so this recipe is a win-win. The kids love it because it is a cookie and we parents also love it because it is healthy.
Healthy Blueberry breakfast cookies
What I like about these blueberry breakfast cookies is that everything comes together in a single bowl and the oven does the rest of the work! You can prepare the batter the night prior to baking and bake them while everybody is trying to get ready.
Also, they are fantastic a little cooled off due to the fact that the blueberries breakfast cookies are gooey like jam, or they can also be eaten cold right out of the refrigerator.
Like the majority of the recipes on our family meal plan, everybody will enjoy these cookies, both the kids and adults too.
The best part is that the active ingredients are natural and no sugarcoated items so this is one cookie you can feel truly great about enjoying.
Did I even tell you that this cookie is soft, delicious, and incredibly chewy?
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