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Peaches and Cream Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Peaches and Cream Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies-

Cookies for breakfast anyone?!

Peaches and Cream Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies__

The taste of peaches and cream oatmeal in this breakfast cookie is delicious! Really this is a must try.

These are perfect for back to school. And they freeze great, so make a double batch and stock your freezer for those busy mornings that we all have.

Peaches and Cream Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies_

My family loves breakfast cookies. I mean really who doesn’t love eating a cookie for breakfast?! But these are not regular cookies. These are more of a healthy hearty, you really can eat it for breakfast, type cookie. Think my peaches and cream baked oatmeal that I shared last year, but in a cookie form.

Since the version I am sharing today uses fresh peaches it is perfect for this time of year. These really are a must try.

Peaches and Cream Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. These look amazing!! Any ideas on how to make them in high altitude? I live outside of Denver and have the most trouble with cookies! Thanks!

    • I have never cooked at high altitude. What do cookies usually do and how do you have to adjust them? These don’t have flour in them so they don’t act quite the same as a regular cookie? Have you ever made any of my baked oatmeal recipes? These are very similar to those, if baked oatmeal works, I am thinking these might too.

      • My recipes say to add an additional two teaspoons of flour and one teaspoon of water. These might work as they are since the is no flour. I’ll try them out and let you know!

  2. These cookies really look and sound terrific, Lynn! Will definitely share later. 🙂


  3. Thanks for the new flavor – I am looking forward to trying it. I made the banana ones and my family thought they were really good. We also really like your baked oatmeal recipes!

  4. Amazing!! super simple also. I think I’ll be using this recipe quite often 🙂

  5. Have you tried this with canned or frozen peaches? It sounds very good.

  6. If you did freeze them to thaw them would you microwave or just leave out?

    • We do both. You can just leave them, that is how we do it for a snack or lunchbox type thing. But if my kids eat them for breakfast they usually take them straight from the freezer and microwave them to defrost them/warm them up. I hope you enjoy them!

  7. Mine didn’t turn out right. I don’t know what happened, I thought I followed the recipe exactly. The cookie “dough” seemed very wet, and when I tried to scoop it onto the cookie sheet, it just sort of ran into loose puddles. After baking they were still very loose and didn’t hold together like a cookie. We ended up eating them with a spoon and they were still very tasty.

    • I a sorry that they did not set up for you. They are a moist batter, not quite stiff like a regular cookie batter. Did you use quick oats? If you liked the way they tasted, you could just cut back on the liquid next time and that would probably help.


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