Spotlight Recipe: Breakfast Cookies

Ellie Krieger dubs these her "breakfast cookies" -- thanks to the added rolled oats and bran flakes. They work well as a mid-morning snack, paired up with herbal tea, or a breakfast on the go.
Related To:
Breakfast Cookies

Frame 3

If I could, I'd kick off every morning with something sweet. In my college days, I occasionally snacked on a brownie instead of oatmeal before class. Thankfully, I'm wiser -- and healthier -- now. But now I've got this dessert! Ellie Krieger dubs these her "breakfast cookies" -- thanks to the added rolled oats and bran flakes. Try one as a mid-morning snack, paired up with a cup of tea or milk, or as a breakfast on the go.

Watch Ellie prep them in this how-to video. I love how she sneaks in pureed carrot baby food.

Next Up

Spotlight Recipe: New York Breakfast

Skip the bagel and try this smoked salmon and cream cheese open-faced sandwich instead.

Spotlight Recipe: Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

These healthy banana chocolate chip muffins work for breakfast, brunch or dessert. They're easy to make and a healthy way to get your chocolate fix.

Spotlight Recipe: Chunky Banana Bran Muffins

Straight from the kitchen of the Barefoot Contessa, these muffins are high in fiber but don’t taste like a typical bran muffin. Grab one for a quick breakfast or serve a bunch at your next brunch.

Spotlight Recipe: Peach French Toast Bake

I recently made this decadent treat for brunch. Topped with maple syrup and Greek yogurt, it made my guests go wild!

Spotlight Recipe: Heart-Shaped Whole Wheat Pancakes

Weekends are meant for pancakes, and a heart-shaped pancake is perfect for tomorrow's Valentine's Day celebration. The strawberry puree adds a festive bit of red. Save any leftover topping to dollop on plain yogurt for a simple afternoon snack.

Weekend Breakfasts to Make and Save

When you make breakfast for your family this weekend, save the leftovers so you'll have an easy breakfast during the busy workweek.

This Week's Nutrition News Feed

In this week's food news, breakfast takes a hit and yogurt has even more benefits.

Light & Easy Breakfasts

Breakfast IS the most important meal of the day. It doesn’t have to be a large and complicated meal, but you do want to get a balance of nutrients from some simple and healthy ingredients (no toaster pastries, please!).

Speak Up, Fans: Where Do You Eat the Best Breakfast Ever?

Before you tune in to Best. Breakfast. Ever., FN Dish wants to know where you go to enjoy the ultimate morning meal.

Related Pages