Cookies Recipes

Create, Cook, Talk: Breakfast Cookies

You can say yessss to these cookies for breakfast. It’s like oatmeal cookies and granola bars got together and created a soft, chewy, healthy breakfast cookie! YUMMY.

FUN FACTS
Did you know?
That in Amsterdam it’s perfectly acceptable to eat sprinkles for breakfast. In fact, many do, and it’s called hagelslag and they eat it on toast. They toast up some bread and then spread on either butter (or some type of nut butter) then sprinkle on the hagelslag.
Keep in mind the Dutch industry is regulated and most high-quality chocolate sprinkles contain nothing but cocoa and cocoa butter.

BREAKFAST COOKIES

[Ingredients]
1 cup creamy peanut butter (or other nut butter)
1/4 cup honey
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 medium ripe bananas, mashed
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 1/4 cups quick oats
1/2 cup dried cranberries or raisins
2/3 cup chopped nuts, such as almonds, walnuts or pistachios

Original recipe we followed (and adapted) can be found on Just a Taste: https://bit.ly/35C5TNx

Healthy Breakfast Cookies

[••Chantai’s Recommendations]
Add a bit more honey, like a ½ cup, or use ½ cup maple syrup in place of honey.
Replace one banana with an unsweetened applesauce cup.

P.S. I am going to make them again and add pumpkin and pumpkin spices, I will let you know how they turn out.

[Encourage Language Tips]
Cooking with your kids is also a great way to facilitate language.
Here are some tips from speech-pathologist and author, Becca Eisenberg, and you can find her over on gravitybread.com

[#5 Recommendations to get you started]

#1. Building Vocabulary by using nouns and actions.
#2. Talk about color and size.
Compare the different ingredients and their various sizes.
#3. Comment and Describe encourage words.
Help facilitate comments such as this is sweet, sticky, tasty, salty, etc…
#4. Help your child with sequencing and recalling information.
Follow the sequence of the recipe and emphasize
the steps of the recipe.
#5 Answering and asking “WH” questions:
what are we making?
What color is a strawberry?
When did we put the strawberries into the mix?

[Tip:] Encourage your children to ask questions.
If your child has difficulty with this, have a list of questions either written down or in picture form to help them ask questions.

Learning can be FUN!!!!!
and it should be
so Create, Cook, and Talk
I like to say….
encourage learning while creating yum.
Enjoy, and have fun!
xo Kailee & Chantai

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Learning can be FUN!!!!!
and it should be
so Create, Cook, and Talk
I like to say….
encourage learning while creating yum.
Enjoy, and have fun!
xo Kailee & Chantai

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