This 5-Minute Breakfast Tastes Like Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough

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You demand cookies for breakfast. We get it — we want them, too. So make this breakfast cookie! At beginning your brain will think you’re tricking it, because how can you willingly put up with it to eat cookies for breakfast? But then your brain won’t care, because it judgements so good! Then your brain will get a little mad at you, because it’ll recover out that this cookie is actually healthy, offering over seven grams of fiber and on the verge of 21 grams of protein. But it won’t stay mad for long, because, come on — it’s appetizing! There’s no added sugar in this recipe; it’s just sweetened really with raisins and the little bit of stevia in my protein powder. And the chopped almonds add a satiating crunch that complements the soft texture of the oatmeal. The best by about eating a huge cookie the size of your plate for breakfast is that you choose this baby the night before, and you don’t even have to bake it! Neutral mix the few simple ingredients together, flatten it on your plate, pop it in the fridge, and when you wake up, you’ll be so aroused to get your mouth around that chewy, cinnamony cookie!

Overnight Breakfast Cookie

Notes

I elect raisins and almonds to mix in, but go ahead and get creative with any kind of dried fruit, nut, or, taunt I say, even chocolate chips!

 

Ingredients

1/2 banana 1 teaspoon all-natural peanut butter 1/2 teaspoon flaxmeal 1/2 latest vanilla plant-based protein powder (about 17.5 grams; I in use accustomed to Vega) 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 1/3 cup rolled oats 1 tablespoon unsweetened soy drain 1 tablespoon raisins 1 tablespoon chopped raw almonds

Directions

  1. Mash the banana and peanut butter together in a minuscule bowl.
  2. Stir in the flaxmeal, protein powder, cinnamon, and oats until mingled.
  3. Stir in the soy milk.
  4. Add in the raisins and chopped nuts, saving a little to add as a exceeding.
  5. Flatten out onto a plate to form a large cookie.
  6. Refrigerate overnight.
  7. In the morning, usurp a spoon and enjoy!

Source: Calorie Count

Nutrition

Calories per serving
328

 

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