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Total Carbohydrate I run into this issue all the time when I bake homemade bread (King Arthur flour needs more liquid than Gold Medal brand). Thanks for the heads up :), Thank you Donna! YAY! Any tips? Repeat this step as needed. Hi Victoria! That being said, you might want to make adjustments with the liquid as you go depending on what the dough looks like. Wonderful! Thank you so much for stopping by. Then follow the recipe, mixing by hand. For the seeds, I use a seed mix blend from Trader Joe’s. I have to try that. To compensate, the batter needs extra liquid in order for the cookies to spread. I love your addition of banana instead of egg too, I’m sure that adds a really nice flavor. Place 1 inch apart on an ungreased baking sheet. I found your blog through this recipe and have to tell you that these cookies are a game changer in the morning! xo, After making and loving your first breakfast cookies so much (!!!) Unfortunately I don’t. I use quick oats because they absorb liquid better than old fashioned oats. Next time I’d try and grind everything (separately) with my coffee grinder instead of using the food processor – I have to wash it by hand and it’s a pain. So, to achieve similar results with GF rolled oats, you might want to process the oats separately to break them down a bit more before adding the wet ingredients. xx. And frozen! Have fun with the recipe :). You might recall the original breakfast cookie, found here. Welcome Laurie! For the coconut, simply omit and substitute with an oil of your choice. Imagine warm, Often called Italy’s version of ratatouille, thi, SOURDOUGH CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD! Oh I love this. x, I’m so glad to hear that you like the cookies! I’m glad that you and the boys enjoyed them as well. Because I live close to a TJ’s I actually did run out just to buy the blend and I’m so glad I did. Hope this helps! Thank you, Brenda, for the eggs, I would substitute with a flax egg. Hi Melanie! Store cookies in an air-tight container for up to one week (if they last that long). I’d like to try it out! Besides yogurt and oatmeal, it would be perfect for granola too…, And PS- who on earth eats breakfast sitting down? XO! They are wonderful and I’m glad I found your site! And for this recipe, you can use either one. :). As far as the spreading goes, I baked another batch this morning. xx. I always need to add a little more almond flour (that’s what I have on hand most of the time), and I love adding dark chocolate along with dried crans or cherries. Cool on the tray for 5 minutes. I used the same amt as the almond flour – 1/2 cup. You know, anytime my dough is a little dry I’ll usually add a bit more liquid (maple syrup) so it holds together. That’s what it’s all about! That might help! Jacquie, you can definitely use oat flour as a replacement. And I’m not just saying that lol ;) They’re great for when you’re running out the door or if you need something sweet in the late afternoon (that won’t ruin your appetite). This way, the cookies will spread when baked. This recipe is refined sugar-free, packed with cranberries, and sprinkled with a healthy dose of nuts and seeds. Don’t you feel healthier just reading all that? Okay, so I made another batch this morning. They’re lightly sweet. Who knew it even existed….not me! These are DELICIOUS! My mom says these are the best healthy cookies she’s ever tried. Yum! Thanks! Thanks so much. So tasty and full of goodness, thank you. I hope you enjoy the recipe. WIll be looking for those seeds at Trader’s. Preheat your oven to 375 F. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper for easy clean up. This recipe yields about 35 cookies when portioned with a mini ice cream scoop (1″ in diameter). Plus, they’re super easy to make. By leaving a star rating and review, it will help others find my recipes and tutorials too. So many yummy seeds in there! Hi-I only have old fashioned oats at home. I really do love when people make my recipes. Although I do suppose moderation is really key in everything, right? Hope this helps! This could have been why my cookies spread a bit more, even with only an extra tablespoon or so. I was hesitant to post them on the blog at first (they’re not very pretty) but everyone seems to gobble them up. No overpowering coconut flavor and the cookies baked up beautifully. I’m so glad you liked them. I think I’m going to do a cherry-coconut version next! I may use a little less next time, as my batch are probably a little dryer than they should be. Add boiling water and oil. xoxo, Feeling healthier already! You can compare the difference to the original breakfast cookies, found here: http://www.theclevercarrot.com/2015/09/busy-morning-breakfast-cookies/, I plan on making another batch today or tomorrow for the kids- I’ll report back and let you know! Ingredients 1 ¼ cups multigrain flour 1 cup whole wheat flour ¼ cup sunflower seeds ¼ cup flax seeds ¼ cup wheat germ 1 tablespoon white sugar 1 tablespoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ½ cup cold butter … I made a couple changes to suit what I had on hand, this is a very adaptive recipe which is also helpful. Add the egg, coconut oil, maple syrup, vanilla extract and 1 tbsp of water. With floured hands, turn out onto a lightly floured surface; knead gently 10 times. I’ll go ahead and play around with the amount, adding more as needed. Hi Mary! As always, thanks for your support! They’re delicious and not too sweet… but they stayed the shape of the mini cookie scoop just a bit more plump. Delish. Alternatively, if the batter is too runny, just add a sprinkle of almond flour or oats to combine. Although it is fun to break the rules sometimes ;) I’ve enjoyed reading your blog as well. almond flour: made with blanched, skinless almonds My kids like to dunk them in milk, and my husband and I like to dunk them in coffee! Thanks I thought about them all weekend and finally got my act together to make them for the boys as an after-school snack yesterday afternoon. Great way to segue into the New Year’s resolutions of (trying) to eat a little better-and always like trying new things from TJ’s…xo, These sound delightful. xo. Also – do you use the quinoa and other seeds right out of the box? I’m so glad you liked these cookies! Looks great! I only use quick oats bc they absorb liquid better. Sheila. These sound amazing and isn’t TJ’s the best? I even smashed them down a bit on the baking tray, but they still didn’t really spread out. I have been enjoying them with my morning coffe and as an afternoon snack at work when that mid-afternoon slump hits. I’ve been eyeing that mix at TJ’s every time I go, but with no real idea for what I’d use it for I keep passing it by – now you’ve given me a reason! I go into more details in the comment directly above, and I’ve also updated the recipe below with my changes. They’re not very sweet and perfect to give them in the car for busy mornings ;) Have fun with the recipe! Hi Rachel! I plan to take them with me to work this week and next (if they last that long). Happy New year to you too! Hi there! I haven’t tested this recipe with the later, but you can certainly try! Brush the tops with egg and sprinkle with sesame seeds. I have just one question – are you sure you can not help me with my taxes? Do you have any suggestio substitutes? Can’t wait to make this for my kiddos breakfast!

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