Good Morning Blueberry Breakfast Cookies

overhead shot of cookies with glass of milk and wooden bowl of salt 

These Good Morning Blueberry Breakfast Cookies are loaded with wholesome ingredients and are the perfect delicious way to start off your morning!

This post was originally published in April 2018 – I’ve since updated the post with new content and photos!

During these unprecedented times, I’ve been working on updating a lot of old content here on the blog. And you know what? Now more than ever we need cookies for breakfast. So just go with me on this one!

Why These Cookies are the BEST!

Well, first of all, as mentioned above, they give you an excuse to eat a cookie for breakfast. 

They scream “Good morning, sunshine!” all the while being chewy yet soft, subtly sweet and wholesome!

two cookies leaning on each other with glass of milk in background

So where to even begin? This recipe starts off with mashed bananas which add both a wonderful moist-ness (you’re welcome) and sweetness to this cookie. To help bind everything together, you add an egg, followed by peanut butter and honey. 

Oh, and vanilla extract. Because I’m pretty sure that every cookie recipe in the entire world has vanilla extract. Yup.

So far they’re sounding good, right? Right! Oats are up next as well as cinnamon (such a good flavor booster!) and a pinch of salt to balance out the subtle sweetness. 

glass bowl of cookie dough without blueberries

And finally….my favorite part of the cookies. Frozen blueberries! Yes yes and yes! I absolutely love the blueberries in these cookies. When you bite into a warm one right out of the oven and the juicy blueberries burst inside your mouth – it’s amazing. 

glass bowl of cookie dough with frozen blueberries

Oh, and I gotta tell ya – these are extra good when the final product is drizzled with more honey + a sprinkle of flaky sea salt! 

up close cookie drizzled with honey and flaky sea salt

These cookies are absolutely perfect to go with a cup of morning coffee, milk or tea! Or hey, even an afternoon cup of tea. Or why not – a cup of decaf coffee at night post dinner!

These cookies don’t discriminate when it comes to what time you eat them, y’all. And neither do I! 

Ingredients You Need: 

  • oats
  • ripe bananas
  • natural peanut butter
  • honey
  • frozen blueberries (you can also use fresh!)
  • cinnamon 
  • vanilla extract 
  • pinch of salt

Recipe Substitutions: 

During this time, I’m all for recipe substitutions if applicable! Here are few that I think would work for these cookies: 

For the sweetness in these, you could replace the honey with maple syrup. 

side view of freshly baked cookie

No blueberries? No problem! You can use blackberries, strawberries or raspberries. Just make sure and dice them into smaller bite size pieces. Oh, and know that they probably, sadly won’t be as juicy as the blueberries. 

I’ve used both rolled oats and old fashioned oats for this recipe and they have both worked. 

3 cookies stacked with glass of milk and salt bowl in background

I haven’t tried it yet – but I would think that almond butter could be replaceable for the peanut butter. And by the way, yes, I did use a more “natural” oily peanut butter. 

Can I Meal Prep These? 

Yes! Make a big batch of them on Sunday and you have either breakfast or a snack prepared for all week. These can be stored at room temperature as long as they’re in a super tight container.

bite taken out of breakfast cookie

Overall, these are wonderful and soft and chewy and flavorful and not overly sugar-y and wholesome and you’ll feel GOOD and ready to start your day after you eat one. Or two.

Enjoy! Xo.

Did you enjoy this recipe? Here are a few others you might like: 

Strawberries and Cream Overnight Oats 

The Best Blueberry Cobbler 

Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies 

Lemon Blueberry Chia Pudding 

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5 from 2 votes

Good Morning Blueberry Breakfast Cookies

These Good Morning Blueberry Breakfast Cookies are loaded with wholesome ingredients and are the perfect delicious way to start off your morning!

Course Breakfast, Cookies, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword blueberry breakfast cookie, blueberry cookies
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 10
Author Haylie


  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter (I used a more "natural oily kind)
  • 1/4 cup honey (make it 1/3 cup if you want it sweeter)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • 2/3 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 pinch salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 350. Mash bananas in a large bowl. Add the honey, PB, vanilla extract and egg. Mix together well. 

  2. Add in the oats, cinnamon and the pinch of salt. Mix together well. Lastly, gently fold in the frozen blueberries.

  3. Using a cookie scoop or a tablespoon, scoop a generous amount of the dough onto a silicon mat on a baking sheet. I like my cookies large so I did about 1-1.5 tbsp. You can definitely make them smaller if need be - just make sure and watch the bake time 🙂 Flatten and form the dough into a cookie shape. You should be able to fit 5-6 cookies per sheet.

  4. Bake for 15-18 minutes or the cookies are golden on the top. Let the cookies cool slightly on the pan. Enjoy! Store in a tupperware container at room temperature.

6 comments / Add your comment below

  1. 5 stars
    Any day that starts with cookies has got to be a good day, right 😉 ? With those beautiful berries these must taste absolutely scrumptious Haylie! Love a few to dunk in my coffee. Thinking they would be yummy with wine tonight too 🙂 P.S. Love your new profile pic! Happy weekend, my friend! XO

    1. Hey Heather – hmmm, I haven’t ever tried this but I’ve heard that you can replace bananas with unsweetened applesauce. I would start out with 1/2 cup and go from there. If the cookie batter looks too dry, add a little more. If it looks too wet, I would add more oats. Like I said, I haven’t tried it but let me know if you do 🙂 Thanks! -Haylie

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