Flourless Thumbprint Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Cookies for Breakfast = Awesome

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Flourless Thumbprint Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Oh, these vegan flourless thumbprint oatmeal cookies are so good!


So good that when I made them last weekend (for the third time in the past two weeks, mind you), it was the first time I was actually able to successfully exert enough self-restraint to take pics of them before gobbling them up. This batch has a raspberry jam center.

I think they’re good any time of day, but especially at breakfast with a big cup of coffee/tea.

I got the recipe from ohsheglows.com, a vegan recipe site, and it’s blissfully easy to follow.


Warning: you may not want to share these at all with anyone (they’re that good), not even your significant other.

That’s why I recommend making a double batch and hiding them. πŸ™‚

Flourless Thumbprint Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Flourless Thumbprint Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Flourless Thumbprint Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies


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  1. Uumm.. the cookies look so yumm.. I just had my breakfast but still can gobble all of these down ;)..

    Will give them a shot and hope they turn out even half as good as yours πŸ˜‰
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  2. Cookies go well any time of day.
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  3. Kim says:

    They look delish! Well done! πŸ™‚ I’ve been loving the Kind Bar Caramel Almond and Sea Salt for breakfast lately. They sort of break your teeth but they are so yummy!

    • Karen says:

      That sounds like the perfect mix of sweet and salty. Have you ever thought of making your own bars? There’s a ton of recipes online. I haven’t tried it yet but I want to!

  4. Reehana says:

    I love Ohsheglows! Angela’s recipes are so easy and so delicious, they’ve become a regular in my house. She’s totally inspired me to change my cooking/eating habits.

  5. MonicaP says:

    I like the Oh She Glows site so much I purchased her book πŸ™‚

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    • Katherine says:

      I did too! Her site is so good and her cookbook is awesome too! I just made a double batch of her channa masala (from the cookbook) the other day and have been really loving the leftovers for lunch this week.

  6. Ashleigh says:

    These look great, I’m definitely going to try them!

    • Ashleigh says:

      I made them, and man are they delicious! I did half of them with apple butter and the other half with blackberry jam. I’ve only eaten one and trying to resist eating them all >__>

      Picture (just taken with my phone, and I ground the oats a little too fine):

      Thanks for the great idea, Karen! πŸ™‚

      • Karen says:

        Ashleigh yours are SO pretty! How did you get the peanut butter all swirly like that?

        • Ashleigh says:

          Haha, thanks but they’re definitely not as pretty as yours!

          I put a couple tbsp of natural peanut butter in a plastic bag, cut the corner off to make a tiny pipette, and then warmed the peanut butter in my hands and over the cooling open oven to melt it. If I were to do it over though I would wait until the cookies were cool before pipetting the peanut butter, as it spread out and melted too much on the cookies while they were hot. I would probably also make my plastic bag hole even smaller, if I wanted to get super duper fancy. Hope that helps! πŸ˜€ Cookie lovers unite.

          • Karen says:

            Awesome, thank you for the tips. I tried putting the peanut butter on with a spoon and it was a complete fail! It just clumped up in the middle and looked like a kindergartner did it. LOL. I’m going to make these again tonight (!) and will try that.

  7. Holly says:

    I’m always on the lookout for new recipes, especially vegan ones for one of my clients. These look amazing & delicious & I’m looking forward to making a batch or three!

    • Karen says:

      Hi Holly,

      Ooh, clients! Are you a personal chef?

      • Holly says:

        Sort of; my clients moved across country…but I do cater for a local indie film company on the weekends & I’m working with one girlfriend on a cookbook & with another friend to make foodie gifts for Christmas (spice blends, extracts, dried fruits, etc).

  8. Majick says:

    You KNOW I love your food pics and stories! I just printed the recipe and can’t wait to make them. it will be an easy snack to bring to work.

  9. Adriana RP says:

    Going to read the recipe in 3…2…1… πŸ˜‰

  10. Erin says:

    YUM! I love those types of cookies. Kinda like cereal bars for adults!
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