These chewy snacks pair well with tea or ice cream thanks to honey, chocolate chips, and lots of dried nuts and fruit (choose your favorites). However, rolled oats, wheat germ, and ground flaxseeds make them filling enough for breakfast.
Double Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffin
These airy muffins show that adding veggies to breakfast or dessert is delightful. According to the USDA, zucchini is high in vitamin C, potassium, and belly-filling fiber.
Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookie
Cookies for breakfast? Treat yourself when they're this healthy. According to a May 2020 Nutrition Reviews study, these hearty whole-wheat cookies with cinnamon and ginger include beta-glucan, a prebiotic fiber found in oats that fuels gut microbes.
Baked Apple Cider Donut
These baked donuts are crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, and lower in saturated fat than fried ones. Reduce cinnamon topping to reduce sugar. You may also make low-calorie donut holes for dessert or snack:
Banana Coffee Cake
This banana bread-coffee cake mix has the best of both worlds and potassium, according to USDA data. The National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements says one medium banana provides 25% of your daily vitamin B6.
Strawberry Oatmeal Bar
A July 2021 online Neurology study discovered that flavonoids in the fruit stars of these jammy bars can prevent cognitive deterioration linked with aging: at least half a serving per day was connected with a 20% decreased risk.
Vegan Pumpkin Muffin
These maple syrup-sweetened, whole-wheat muffins have a crispy pecan streusel topping. A tiny study published in August 2021 in The Journal of Nutrition found that eating pecans daily reduced dangerous.