Non-Fried Springs Rolls with Vietnamese Chicken and Avocados
Yup, these cookies are healthy enough to eat for breakfast.
No, I am not trying to mess with you. Promise.
Asher and I made these over the weekend.
Oh, and real quickly here, we have got to clarify something. I am pretty sure there are a lot of you out there who think Asher is my daughter. Nope. I mean come on guys I am nineteen. Although, my mom did have her first kid at eighteen.
Asher is however my favorite little girl. She is also completely addicted to chocolate. I think she’s even proud of it.
Like it is insane.
She is a pretty good eater. She’ll eat most fruits and vegetables and she actually enjoys them. This is great, but seriously the girl can not get enough chocolate in her diet. She wants it breakfast, lunch and dinner. Literally there are some mornings when she will have a fit because she just does not understand why cookies are not a good breakfast. She’ll say “I don’t understand. Cookies are so good and I am sooo hungry for them.”
So over the weekend she asked me if we could make cookies that she could actually be able to eat for breakfast. She said “Tieg, let’s make healthy cookies. Cookies that I can eat for breakfast!”
Did I mention that this girl is insanely smart. Sometimes the things that come out of her mouth amaze me. I think she picks up on a lot of stuff around the house, which also make me wonder what on earth she say’s at school. That thought is a little scary (read house full of teenage boys).
So we made cookies and we made um healthy. Really I can honestly say you can feel good about eating these cookies.
When Asher and I make cookies though, or really anything, I am pretty sure that a fourth of the dough ends up in her mouth and another fourth ends up on one of her princess gowns (she’s got like 6, all from Target). Yeah, she wears ball gown around the house with no tights, no leggings and no sweater when it is blowing snow and 20 degrees outside (which has been the last five days). I get cold just looking at her.
She. Is. Crazy.
I was pretty fearful that these cookies would not turn out, but they did. I have made them three times in two day’s.
These cookies are definitely not very sweet, but their flavor is awesome. They take maybe twenty-five minutes to make. Which I would say is a dangerous thing, but I mean they are seriously good for you!
Definitely good enough to justify eating cookies for breakfast.
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Guy’s come on. It is cookies for breakfast. Make them now!
Do they set after cooling?
Look very soft after 13 min
They do! Let me know if you have any other questions, I hope you love this recipe! xx
These look amazing! What can I substitute for bananas?
I haven’t tested this recipe without bananas, but you could try apple sauce. I am unsure of the results though as I have not tested this. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
I’m looking for some easy and different breakfast options and these look perfect! Curious about the bananas though…my daughter is super allergic. How could I adjust this recipe if I skip the bananas? Add another egg or two? Thanks!
I would recommend trying an avocado in place of the banana! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
These super healthy “breakfast” cookies are soooo good! I’ve substituted different dried fruits, combined peanut and almond butter, dropped them onto a greased cookie sheet and have made them into balls. I can’t get enough of these cookies. I’ve shared them with friends and they love them, too. Thanks for this easy, delicious recipe!
Thank you so much Christine!
Healthy cakes are made daily breakfast.
I hope you like these!
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These turned out great! I was suprised how sweet they turned out. I did add about 10 or so drops of stevia to the batter, which I am sure helped. but I was impressed as far as super healthy cookies go these are so far my favorite!!!
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