Has anyone ever had cookie crisp cereal?
My parents didn’t buy me sugared cereals when I was young, so I think I only tried it once. It probably wasn’t even that great since I don’t remember it.
Full of white flour, sugar, and artificial flavors, Cookie Crisp Cereal would not be considered “A Healthy part of a Balanced Breakfast.”
But….what if I were to create a cookie that can be considered a balanced breakfast?
Full of Protein, No added Sugars, No flour, No Gluten, No Dairy, No artificial flavors, No Preservatives. Just whole delicious cookies in breakfast form.
Follow the directions, but instead of dropping the dough on a cookie sheet by tablespoons full, use 1/4 teaspoon to scoop out the dough. Keep a bowl of warm water handy to rinse of the measuring spoon between scoops. This will make it easier to scoop.
The cooking directions are up to you, though. Personally, I like soft cookies, so I baked them for 15 minutes at 375*. If you want a crisper cookie, you may bake at 400* for a bit longer.
Awww! A teeny tiny cookie!
I ate mine in a bowl with unsweetened almond milk. Coconut milk also tastes delicious with its rich, creamy flavor.
Thought-provoking, mind-prodding question of the day:
Did your parents ever buy you “sugar” cereals for breakfast as a kid?
My parents never bought them for me, but, of course, my siblings and I begged them to buy them! Now, I can’t even imagine eating cereals full of sugar any time of day. Especially not for breakfast!