This Monster Breakfast Cookies Recipe is PERFECT for Back to School & Breakfast!
I am SOO excited about this Monster Breakfast Cookies Recipe. It’s SO easy to make and KID-FRIENDLY! Easy grab-and-go bites for everyone in the family. If you are looking for NEW Back to School Recipes, this one is for YOU! Plus, here are even more Easy Breakfast Freezer Meals!
If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it’s SOO important to have quick and easy recipes that you can whip up in no time before work and school. This is where Meal Planning & Freezer Meals can be SOO helpful to having a smooth week. I know for us, meal planning is a life saver!
If you already know the plan for breakfast, it can save you SO much time & stress before school when you’re trying to get the kids dressed and out the door, or when you sleep through that snooze alarm. ;)
Back to school means making a plan, and this meal plan idea is just for YOU!
These breakfast cookies are SOO cute and colorful! Your kids will LOVE them! I love that they are so easy to make and take no time at all! You can even make a double batch and put some in the freezer for another week!
Monster Breakfast Cookies Recipe
2 Ripe Banana
½ Cup of Maple Syrup
1 Cup of Peanut Butter, I like Chunky
4 Cups Rolled Oats (Old Fashioned)
1 Cup Mini Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
1 Cup Mini M&M’s
Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees
In a Large Bowl Mash the Ripe Bananas
Add in Maple Syrup and Peanut Butter
Slowly Stir in Rolled Oats
Add in M&M’s and Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
Drop Spoonfuls of the cookie dough onto a Parchment Lined Cookie Sheet
Bake 10 Minutes at 350 Degrees, or until set
Allow to cool on Cookie Sheet at least 5 Minutes before removing to allow the cookies to set.
Remove and Cool Completely before serving.
I can’t even tell you how good these are! You will have to make them and try them yourself! Plus, you could always substitute almonds & dried cranberries for the M&M’s and Chocolate Chips if you want. I don’t mind having them in the recipe because they look so cute & colorful!
Plus, this is a great recipe to have your kids make with you. They can help you smash the banana, measure the peanut butter, and pour in the other dry ingredients. They will have a BLAST stirring it all together and then making balls to put on the cookie sheet.
In our family, knowing what’s on the meal plan for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner helps our days (and mornings) run so much smoother. There is no room for, “I don’t want that” or, “What do you want to eat” because there is a plan and a process that everyone can follow!
Also, be sure to check out this Raisin Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies Recipe! This is another one of my kids FAVORITE breakfast recipes to grab on the way out the door!