Thursday, June 30, 2011

Chocolate Chip cookies {fit} for Breakfast

I know you rushed right out an bought almond flour to make my super food pancakes, right?  

You're probably wondering what else you can make with that exotic, new flour that's now forlornly sitting on your shelf.  Well, what about cookies?  Chocolate chip ones to be exact.  The kind that you know have enough protein to fill up your brood for an entire morning, but tasty enough to eliminate bribery at the breakfast table.  Double the recipe and you've got guilt free snacks for the day.  With a glass of  raw milk or Kombucha,  I  dare you to be unsatisfied.



Chocolate chip {breakfast} cookies
adapted from Elana


2 1/2 c almond flour
2/3 c quinoa flakes (available here)
1/4 t salt
1/4 t baking soda
10 T coconut oil
1 T vanilla ( I substituted ground v beans)
1/2 c agave
1 c chocolate chips (we love Kroger's organic store brand)
1 egg

Mix together dry ingredients.  Add oil and egg and vanilla then stir in chocolate chips. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto a parchment lined baking sheet.  Bake at 350 for about 12 minutes.  Makes 2 dozen.

With a glass of  raw milk or Kombucha,  I  dare you or your kids to be unsatisfied!

Lib 
linked to Kelli Rachel, Jen, Laura, Kristen 

4 comments:

Malisa said...

Mmmm. What a delicious and healthy breakfast. I will have to try these little treats!

Anne @ Modern Mrs Darcy said...

Ah, how I miss baking since I dropped the gluten out of my diet! I may give these babies a try....when the temperature drops below 100 and I'm willing to turn on my oven!

Kristin said...

Chocolate chip cookies for breakfast? Count me in!
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Traci Michele said...

yummy!

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