irish breakfast cookies

irish breakfast cookies / patty's foodCookies for breakfast on Saint Paddy’s Day? Why not? I’m sure you will love this oatmeal cookie recipe as much as we did. This is the first recipe that I’ve made from my copy of at home in the whole food kitchen by amy chaplin and even though I did make a few changes, such as using the dried fruits and nuts that I had in my pantry, I was happy with my results. Oh and I added an egg to my recipe because as pretty as these cookies look in the cookbook, I was afraid they looked too crumbly and might fall apart before we could get them off the plate and take a bite, or two. I know it’s been awhile since I shared an actual recipe here but I was inspired to share one for these wholesome breakfast cookies that I think everyone will enjoy. I personally am dreaming of another Ireland adventure in the not so distant future. For the time being a few of Irish Breakfast Cookies will have to hold me over.[amd-zlrecipe-recipe:133]


  1. Cookies for breakfast sound good to me! These look like a perfect way to start the day, full of things that are good for you. Right now I’m thinking that they’d be a great midnight snack as well. :)

  2. Definitely a great idea! These cookies look scrumptious and good for you too.

  3. I haven’t had my breakfast yet and reading your scrumptious post has me checking the recipe ingredients to see if I can make these gems. A terrific way to begin the day!

  4. These look DIVINE Patty! Hope you are having a splendid weekend!

  5. They look absolutely delicious, Patty! I am most certainly going to try these. They look jam-packed with goodness! Thanks so much for the recipe.

  6. I love the idea of cookies for breakfast any day of the year!

  7. Cookies with both dried cherries and almonds sound perfect. And I get to eat them for breakfast? Sign me up!

  8. I definitely think I need to make cookies for breakfast tomorrow, I love these! :)

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