No Bake Breakfast Cookies


These No Bake Breakfast Cookies are easy to make, healthy, packed with protein, and simply delicious. They can be whipped up in less than 5 minutes and stored for up to two weeks.

These No Bake Breakfast Cookies are an absolute favorite in my house. So they are made ALL the time.

No Bake Breakfast Cookies are easy to make and perfect for busy mornings or when you need a healthy, delicious snack


Whenever I get a little lazy to make breakfast or if I know I am going to have a hectic week ahead of me. I whip up these guys.

Easy and delicious, these No Bake Breakfast Cookies only take a few minutes to make!

They are really similar to my Nutella Energy Bites. I eat 2 or three of them for breakfast (okay sometimes it’s 4) and I always love snacking on them when I get that mid afternoon dip. They are packed with protein so they really keep you feeling full and powered up.

Full of healthy and tasty ingredients, these No Bake Breakfast Cookies only take five minutes to whip up!

The thing I love most about them, other than the fact that they only take 5 minutes to make, is that you can change them up all the time. Sometimes I add only chocolate chips to them (I love dark chocolate chips). Other times, I add some almonds or some pecans. You could really mix in anything to them. Perhaps you could add a few pumpkin seeds, or some dried cranberries. Honestly, everything works well with them.

It only takes 5 minutes to make these easy No Bake Breakfast Cookies

No Bake Breakfast Cookies are so easy to make!

All you need to make these deliciously healthy No Bake Breakfast Cookies is some rolled oats, some creamy peanut butter, a little chia seeds, and some honey (or maple syrup).

All you do then is, place all the ingredients into a bowl and give it a good mix. Then choose your desired extras (I added choc-chips and chopped almonds for this batch) and mix those in.

Then roll the mixture into little balls and place them on a baking tray (preferably line with baking paper), press them flat a little, and pop them into the fridge (or your mouth).

No Bake Breakfast Cookies... delicious and healthy snacks for on-the-go!

I like to keep a whole bunch of them in a container in the fridge for whenever I need them. It makes for an exceptionally easy and healthy breakfast.

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No Bake Breakfast Cookies


  • 3/4 Cup Peanut Butter
  • 1 Tablespoon Honey or Maple Syrup
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla
  • 1 to 3 Tablespoons Chia Seeds
  • 3/4 Cup Old fashioned oats
  • Extras – Chocolate Chips, Chopped Almonds, Raisins, Pumpkin Seeds


Place the peanut butter, honey and vanilla in a microwavable bowl and microwave the ingredients for  20 seconds.

Stir the mixture until well combined then add in the remaining ingredients.

Stir well and ensure everything is well incorporated.

Roll the mixture into 8 balls and place the balls on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Press the balls flat slightly and place them in the fridge for at least an hour.

Store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to two weeks.


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No Bake Breakfast Cookies... easy to make, and perfect for breakfast or snacks!

Thanks, Jane!

These No Bake Breakfast Cookies are easy to make, healthy, packed with protein, and simply delicious. They can be whipped up in less than 5 minutes!

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Jane Bjorkman

of Baking-Ginger

Hi there :) My name is Jane and I am the resident blogger and photographer over at Baking-Ginger. I am South African, a ginger and a dessert addict. I spend most of my days baking up a storm and finding ways to make healthy desserts and meals.

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17 comments on “No Bake Breakfast Cookies”

  1. They look delicious, and easy to make. They wouldn’t last two weeks in our house!

  2. Do you have the nutrition information? These look like something my husband would love. However, he is on a strict diet, counting calories, protein, carbs, and all that stuff. If I cannot come up with this information he will not look at the recipe or make this.

    • I Heart Naptime Reply

      Hi Dawn! There’s lots of websites where you can add a recipe in and they’ll come up with the nutritional information for you. Personally, I like using My Fitness Pal. :)

  3. I love no bake recipes, especially in the summer :)

  4. Are the oats cooked before you mix them? Or soaked and mixed in raw?

  5. Can you substitute almond butter for peanut butter. My child is allergic to peanuts. 

    • That should work! Just be careful of the consistency, you might need to use slightly less almond butter depending on the brand. :)

  6. I was looking for a breakfast idea like this one! Easy, delicious for a great start of the day. Thanks for the recipe, Jamielyn!

  7. This looks like it would be great for making a large batch and freezing. Have you tried freezing them before and if so, how did they turn out?

  8. Hi there! I love this recipe! But yours look so much more delicious than mine. It seems when I make it they come out very dry, but yours look quite the opposite. What’s your secret?!

  9. Do you have to use chia seeds?

  10. These sound delicious. Has anyone tried to add protein powder to the recipe with success? Thanks! :)

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