Blueberry Breakfast Cookie Recipe

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Blueberry Breakfast Cookies

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We’ve all heard the saying, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” While helping you pack nutritious lunches is our expertise, we also know that sending your kids off to school with a nutritious and filling breakfast is also very important.

They need a breakfast that will help them kick start their day and boost their energy levels (who am I kidding…like they really need help with that). Fresh fruits, as well as foods rich in whole grains, fiber, and protein are most ideal.

These kinds of foods will help avoid the sugar slump (that they would get from most “grab-and-go” breakfast options) for longer lasting energy.

The recipe I am sharing with you today for Blueberry Breakfast Cookies fits all of the above bills. They are full of fresh fruit, whole grains, fiber, and protein. They are a breeze to make, perfect for busy mornings when you’re trying to get everyone out the door on time, and I’m telling you now…your kids will absolutely love them! I mean you did read the cookie part of the recipe name, right?

These can also be made ahead for an even quicker morning. Click here for another awesome MOMables breakfast cookie recipe.

3.0 from 2 reviews

Blueberry Breakfast Cookies
 
Makes 9 cookies
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Ingredients
  • 2 ripe bananas, smashed
  • 4oz container of unsweetened all-natural applesauce
  • 1½ cups old fashioned oats
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla
  • ½ cup blueberries
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F.
  2. Combine all ingredients together.
  3. Scoop out onto a baking sheet.
  4. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until light golden brown.

 

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Comments

  1. Megan says

    About how many servings does this recipe make? I would like to find out how many calories are in these because they sound great for my diet!! Thanks

  2. Tice says

    I have found that too much banana makes for gummy baked goods. When I use banana to replace eggs in recipes I measure 1/4 c for one egg. I will be trying these cookies this week and let you know how they turn out!!

  3. Wee says

    These are great!! Thank you for the recipe. My 3 yr old and I really like them. I used raisins instead of blueberries. They are nice and moist but not gummy.

  4. Tanya says

    Mine came out gummy also. I didn’t use any substitutions. Maybe I used too much banana? Or didn’t let them cook long enough? Let me know what you think? Should the cookies be crunchy?

  5. Cari says

    I am so excited to try these. My older kids leave so early in the morning for school and they can grab these and go!
    I have a couple of questions about this recipe…..
    How many cups is 4 ounces of applesauce? I have home canned applesauce I want to use.
    Also, are you using fresh blueberries? Or would frozen be okay?

      • Beth says

        It probably depends in part on the size of the bananas you use. I know in the stores here sometimes the bananas are twice as big as they were the week before, so you kind of have to decide how much to use based on the size of the bananas you have.

  6. Kiki says

    These sound so yummy and easy to make. I would also try other fruit along with the banana like Strawberry. I have everything but the blueberries right now. Could I substitute frozen fruit for the blueberries? Just defrost it first or do you think that might become to soggy?

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