The Best On-the-Go Gluten-Free Breakfast Cookies

Tired of the same old breakfast routine? Add a little zing to your mornings by trying out some delicious gluten-free breakfast cookies! These cookies are undeniably tasty, packed with nutritious ingredients, and can be taken anywhere for a wholesome morning treat. 

1. BOOP Cookies

First up — BOOP cookies. These heavenly bite-sized morsels are made with only the best of the best ingredients (think whole grain rolled oats, dried cranberries, organic flax seeds, and dates from California). 

In addition to having a taste that’s out of this world, BOOP cookies are gluten-free as well as dairy-free and conveniently packaged to take on the go. You also won’t find any refined flour or refined sugar, either.

On days when baking your own batch just isn’t realistic, but you still want that delicious, home-baked taste, a BOOP cookie is sure to please. Whether you’re heading to work, hitting the gym, or simply craving something sweet — a BOOP cookie will always have your back. 

2. Almond Butter Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies 

These yummy almond butter breakfast cookies are packed with protein and flavor. With ingredients like almond butter, almond flour, honey, cinnamon, and nutmeg, these chewy treats are a great way to get your day started on the right foot.

They’re also super easy to make — just mix some almond flour, almond butter, honey, and cinnamon together in one bowl before tossing them on a baking sheet and baking for about 15 minutes. Yup, it’s that easy. 

3. Banana Walnut Breakfast Cookies 

If you’re looking for a cookie recipe that’s warm and comforting with very little prep time but doesn’t sacrifice nutrition for taste, then give these banana walnut breakfast cookies a try. The banana offers just the right amount of sweetness, while the walnuts bring a bit of nuttiness to the table. 

To make them, simply combine mashed banana, quinoa flour, chopped walnuts, coconut oil, and a sprinkle of salt. Bake for about 15 minutes, and you’ll have a satisfying breakfast cookie that you can store in an airtight container for later and grab whenever you’re in need of a quick morning nibble.

If you don’t have enough bananas for the recipe, you could always substitute one cup of applesauce. This will add some yummy flavor without all the carbohydrates.

4. Almond Coconut Breakfast Cookies

These almond coconut breakfast cookies will send you to cookie heaven. They’re made with just five simple ingredients —almond flour or oat flour, almond butter, coconut flakes, maple syrup, and a pinch of salt. 

Bake on a baking sheet with parchment paper until golden, and you’ll have a batch of warm, chewy cookies that make for a perfect on-the-go morning treat.

Mix in some pecans for an elevated taste that’s second to none.

5. Cinnamon Spice Breakfast Cookies

If you ask us, nothing beats a classic — especially when it comes to breakfast cookies. To make your own cinnamon oatmeal breakfast cookies, reach for ingredients like almond or oat flour, chopped walnuts, a splash of non-dairy milk, some cinnamon and nutmeg, and some maple syrup or honey for sweetness. 

Mix your ingredients, form them into balls, and let them bake in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes. Before you know it, you’ll have a batch of warm and chewy cookies that are sure to make your morning brighter.

6. Dark Chocolate Chip Breakfast Cookies

These chocolate chip breakfast cookies are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. The best part? They’re totally vegan and gluten-free! 

The ingredients are super simple — just combine mashed banana, almond or oat flour, almond butter, dark chocolate chips, vanilla extract, and a pinch of salt in a large bowl. Add in some cranberries or raisins (think dried fruit) if you’re feelin’ fruity.

Bake for about 15 minutes, and you’ll have a gooey batch of chocolatey goodness. Perfect for those mornings when you need a delicious pick-me-up.

7. Superfood Breakfast Cookies

Superfood breakfast cookies are the perfect way to get your day started off on a healthy note. They’re made with — you guessed it — superfoods like hemp hearts, chia seeds, flax meal, goji berries, dark chocolate chips, and a hint of honey for a sweetener. 

Just mix the ingredients together (wet ingredients before the dry ingredients) and bake. You’ll have a drool-worthy batch of delicious, nutrient-packed treats that you can enjoy throughout the week.

8. Coconut Quinoa Breakfast Cookies

Need a breakfast cookie recipe that’s both certified gluten and delicious? These coconut quinoa breakfast cookies are a powerhouse of nutrition. Packed with protein and fiber, they’re sure to keep you full until lunchtime. 

To make them, all you need to do is combine some dry quinoa with shredded coconut, almond butter, oat flour, and a touch of honey. Bake for 10-15 minutes, and you’ll have yourself a delicious and nutritious breakfast cookie that will jumpstart your day.

Not a fan of almond butter? Good news — you can use peanut butter, sunflower seed butter, cashew butter, or any nut or seed butter that tickles your fancy.

Breakfast With BOOP

Gluten-free breakfast cookies are an excellent way to start your day off right! Whether you’re looking for something sweet or savory, there is sure to be a cookie that fits your needs. Not only do they provide essential nutrients, but they also taste great too. 

So next time you need something quick to take on the go, consider these gluten-free breakfast cookies. Your taste buds (and stomach) will thank you later!

BOOP Bakery™ believes cookies are better off enjoyed than locked away in a cookie jar. BOOP created a line of craveable, soft-baked cookies that allow health-conscious consumers and cookie connoisseurs alike to indulge without the guilt that comes with most processed sweets and treats. BOOP set out to bake delicious, wholesome, craveable cookies everyone can freely enjoy any time of day, whenever, wherever, whyever, proving no moment is too small for a BOOP!


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