Delicious ways to reduce food waste

Sweet Potato Walnut Breakfast Cookies


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Let your childhood dreams blend with your responsible side with these healthy cookies that you can eat for breakfast.

These are truly the definition of healthy cookies. Mashed sweet potato, almond butter, maple syrup, walnuts—these add up to provide tons of nutrients and protein. Need more convincing? They’re paleo and flourless, are super easy to make, and taste great.

I adapted this recipe from The Paleo Mama and was not disappointed. I became skeptical halfway through when I was pouring the batter out onto the cookie sheet because the dough looked runny and I was afraid they would just spread out and burn, but they didn’t! So don’t add in flour or anything to thicken it up—they will fluff up in the oven.

I sealed mine up in an airtight bag and ate them throughout the week because they act as a really convenient snack in the morning when you’re…

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Author: Permacooking

Reducing food waste can be eco-friendly, easy, and delicious.

7 thoughts on “Sweet Potato Walnut Breakfast Cookies

  1. I’m not good at breakfast, but I confess this sounds(appears) enticing!
    How are you?
    Fine I hope, best wishes!

    • Hi, Rubi! I could eat breakfast for hours, just need to have some family and friends around the table, a good chat can make me really fat! I’m doing fantastic, how about you? Hope you are feeling better and better!

      • If I’m to be honest, I can’t see a way out of my situation so it’s a case of each day as it comes! I’ve written about the illnesses in two parts on this site, so if you get a chance just have a scan. At present I’m trying natural products.
        Enough of me, I had a big grin when I saw you enjoyed breakfast so much but the truth is a good breakfast set’s up your day!
        I still enjoy looking at the different ideas everyone has, I am “intolerant”, of many foods so that is my struggle I still like to cook, bake, different things for others to enjoy.
        My daughter also has a food site and she has been testing certain things on me like”tofu”, which she uses for various meals. I missed you as I’ve got used to your interesting topics, and hope you are well.
        Have a great day. Best wishes!

      • I also became intolerant to some food, such as gluten, for exemple. At first, I thought it’d be difficult to adapt to the new way of eating, but now I’m so glad I did! I feel much better and I’m always trying new recipes. In reality, I follow a “ketogenic lifestyle” (I don’t like calling it a diet) so I eat no grains or sugar, mostly I eat veggies (lots of them!), protein and good fats.

        I’m glad you’re trying natural products and you’re open to new and different ideas!

        Hoping you feel better soon, my friend. 🙂

      • Thank you again!
        I wonder if you can help me out a little. I had to stop pulses, and vegetables have now turned against me through deterioration of health. I am diabetic through steroids(confirmed) and since last year I’ve been advised no citrus because of heartburn(scalded my throat very badly). I tend to survive on menial things, and drink loads of iced water!
        I am also vit D deficient, can there be any more? oh. . .Yes, I have to use anti- emetics, to keep food down!
        It’s more about any suggestions as my stomach is messed up!

      • Rubi, let’s start with an article that I find very interesting, it might help you (hopefully):
        Feel better and keep in touch!

      • Don’t worry, I will!
        You’re never far from mind as I enjoy your topics!

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