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Start Your Day with Cookies – Healthy Breakfast Cookies

Tea party on a cold winter afternoon at my friend’s place, holding a cup of hot tea in my hands, chatting and eating healthy cookies with blueberries and rolled oats baked by the hostess. I said, “These cookies would make a great quick grab-and-go breakfast!” I learned that it’s called “Breakfast Cookie” after she tells me about this food trend. Putting “Eat healthy” in my 2018 resolutions and quickly fulfill it by having healthy cookies for breakfast!


Recipe of the yummy breakfast cookies my friend baked:

Lemon Blackberry Breakfast Cookies (Gluten, Egg, and Dairy-Free) + Why I’m Going Gluten Free

My friend used blueberry instead and I love them as no chewing on the seeds of blackberry.


Another great recipe she tried that she really likes:

Oh Mega Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies & Superfood Green Monster


I love baking and I would like to bake some breakfast cookies myself! Here are some recipes I found online that I am want to try:

Real Breakfast Cookies(Vegan and Gluten Free)

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread Breakfast Cookies

Pineapple Coconut Breakfast Cookies

Definitely going to share my afterthoughts of trying those recipes! Stay tune! 😉


22 health benefits of putting oats in our diet:

1. Improve Cardiac Health
2. Aid In Diabetes Treatment
3. May Help Relieve Constipation
4. Help Fight Cancer
5. Help Treat Hypertension
6. Improve Immunity
7. Can Aid Weight Loss
8. Promote Bone Health
9. Enhance Sleep Quality
10. Relieve Symptoms Of Menopause
11. Boost Energy
12. Aid In Acne Treatment

13. Treat Dry And Itchy Skin
14. Moisturize Skin
15. Lighten Skin
16. Treat Poison Ivy Or Chicken Pox
17. Act As A Natural Cleanser
18. Protect The Skin
19. Treat Dandruff
20. Help Fight Hair Loss
21. Improve Hair Appearance
22. Work Great For Blond Hair



Which kind of oats is Healthier?

The less the oat is being processed the longer it takes your body to digest and get to the actual starch, therefore is healthier. Steel cut oats are simply oat kernels being chopped into large pieces, so they are lower on the glycemic index, i.e. how much they cause a spike in blood sugar. It’s the healthiest compare to rolled oats, quick cooking oats and instant oatmeal. Rolled oats are whole oat groats being steamed, and then rolled out into flakes. They are low on the glycemic index and still a good healthy option. Quick cooking oats were steamed for longer, and tend to be in slightly smaller pieces than rolled oats, which have significantly lower glycemic index than instant oatmeal or other cereals.



Terrific breakfast cookie recipes and pictures on Instagram:

🍎UPDATED RECIPE🍎: Apple, carrot & ginger breakfast cookies 🌱, gluten-free, refined sugar free . GOOD FOR▶Breakfast, pre-workout, on-the-go snack . I make these cookies all the time and have tweaked my original recipe (which is still delicious) to reduce the oil even further and obtain a different consistency. Here is the recipe! . Ingredients . WET – 3 ripe bananas – pureed – 3 apples – grated – 3 carrots – grated – 2 tbsp maple syrup (if you have a sweeter tooth go with 3 tbsp) – 2 tbsp nut butter – 1/2 tbsp coconut oil . DRY – 3 cups oats – 3 tsp cinnamon – 3 tsp ground ginger – 1/2 tsp salt . Method . – Preheat oven to 200ºC – Mix the WET ingredients separately in a food processor and combine in a bowl (bananas: puree; carrots & apples: grate – little chunks are OK, must not be smooth). Add DRY to WET. Get in there with my hands as it works better than with a spoon – Form into mounds with hands. – Place on lined baking sheet and bake for 25-27 minutes or until edges brown slightly. – Makes approx. 12-14 cookies – Store in fridge. Can be re-heated prior to serving or eaten cold. . Let me know if you make these and love them as much as I do!!! . Have a nice WEDNESDAY, Co🌼

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