Simple & Sweet Brekkie Biscuit

I love these sweet little numbers as a breakfast on the go, or as a desert after another nourishing meal. 

One of the great things about them is that they’re SO simple, and can be modified in a variety of ways to best suit the accessibility of your ingredients and preferences. 

I’ve been on a “less is more” kinda kick. So trying to keep concoctions nice and simple, but you can definitely spice this one up in a variety of ways. 

I’ll share the base ingredients for the most foundational cookie, and then also the yummy add ons if you’re feeling like you want a little something extra. 



  • 2 C GF oats (I use Bob’s Red Mill)
  • 2 ripe bananas (I like them a little spotty and soft)
  • 1/2 C cacao nibs
  • Cinnamon 

Add ons:

  • If you want more protein and/or fat, then add a butter of your choice (almond, peanut, coconut butter, tahini, granola butter, etc)
  • If you want added sweetness, then add date paste.
  • If you want more chocolatey flavor add cacao powder, and/or carob powder
  • If you want added fresh fruit, then I love using blueberries 
  • If you want more crunch/variety of textures, then add seeds like chia, hemp, sunflower, pumpkin, etc. 


  1. Preheat oven to 350 F.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, mash up 2 ripe bananas.
  3. Add 2 C GF oats to bananas, and 1/2 C cacao nibs (or more if you’re feeling it). Spice with cinnamon to your liking, and stir until even.
  4. Add whatever add ons you’d like, or nothing at all. The foundational cookie is bomb.com as it is, but you do YOU!
  5. Regardless of what you add, make sure the mixture is sticky but not runny. If it’s too wet, add more dry ingredients (like a sprinkle of oats or a dash of cacao powder).
  6. These quantities made 12 cookies for me, which was roughly the size of squashed golfballs.
  7. Line a baking tray with parchment paper, and add cookies evenly in rows.
  8. Options to spice it up with extra cinnamon on top.
  9. Bake for about 20 minutes for soft and chewy.
  10. If you like a little harder texture, keep it for longer.


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