I really appreciate lazy winter break mornings where we are not
rushing out of the house for school. This morning I scoured my
pantry (attempting to organize it but again procrastinating) and
ended up baking a new cookie recipe perfect for breakfast or a
I used whole grains and nuts for fiber and protein and turned a
basic oatmeal raisin cookie into a nutritious delicious treat.
Bakes about 20 cookies
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Combine all ingredients. Use a heaping teaspoon
full of batter for each cookie. Gently press cookie down with back
of spoon for desired thickness. These cookies do not spread out or
rise when baked.
3. Bake 15 minutes or until edges of cookies turn a golden
Mandy is a mom of two children, who hopes to inspire families to have fun in the kitchen together.
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