Day 5: Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies


Photo by Chloe Porter

I have a confession to make: I don’t really get oatmeal raisin cookies. As a kid, I would always eat around the raisins, because let’s be real, raisins are the worst and they are a sad, sad replacement for chocolate chips. Yesterday, Amanda gave us a revolutionary version of the oatmeal cookie, with blueberries and coconut. Today, I’m giving you an oatmeal chocolate chip recipe instead. Punching it up with some sea salt gives it that sweet and salty dimension and also makes you feel cool and sophisticated. Who needs a college degree to feel like a grown-up when you have these?

Recipe adapted from Suitcases and Sweets.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 32 minutes

Servings: 20-24 cookies

Ingredients:

1 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon baking soda
1 stick unsalted butter, room temperature
¾ cup packed light brown sugar
½ cup sugar
1 egg, room temperature
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 cups old fashioned rolled oats
1 cup dark chocolate chips
Flaky sea salt (like Maldon)

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
2. Mix flour, baking powder, salt and baking soda in a medium bowl. Set aside.

Photo by Chloe Porter

3. Using an electric mixer, beat the butter, brown sugar and sugar in a large bowl for 3-4 minutes.

Photo by Chloe Porter

4. Add egg and vanilla to the butter and sugar mixture and beat until fluffy and pale, 4-5 minutes.

Photo by Chloe Porter

5. Add dry ingredients and beat on low until just blended. Scrape down sides of bowl to make sure all ingredients are well incorporated.

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6. Use a rubber spatula to fold in the oats, and then fold in the chocolate.

Photo by Chloe Porter

7. Line two cookie sheets with parchment paper.
8. Using an ice cream scooper, place rounded spoonfuls of batter two inches apart on cookie sheets. Flatten the cookies a little and sprinkle with the sea salt.

Photo by Chloe Porter

9. Bake cookies for 10-12 minutes or until edges are slightly browned, rotating sheets halfway through.

Photo by Chloe Porter

10. Cool for one minute on baking sheet, then transfer cookies to wire rack to cool thoroughly.

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Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with a whopping 3 cups of oats, these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turn out crispy with big chunks of bittersweet chocolate.

I’ve gotten pretty boring when it comes to breakfast.

Everyday it’s the same thing: a smoothie with blueberries, spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter powder and coconut water.

Even on the weekends when I have more time, I still reach for the blender to drink my first meal of the day.

Not too long ago, I would alternate my smoothie with oatmeal. I love overnight steel-cut oats, but making dinner and then lunch for the next day consume my evenings.

Overnight oats of any kind are super easy, but sometimes I can’t bring myself to make yet another dish for a future meal.

On occasion I will microwave old-fashioned oats in the morning, as I get ready for work.

Instead of fruit, a lot of times I go for a simple sprinkle of sea salt and a splash of almond milk.

If you’ve never tried salt in your oatmeal, I highly recommend it. I just save the fruit for a mid-morning snack, folding berries into a bowl of yogurt.

When I baked these salted oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, I did not have breakfast on the brain. My goal was to clear some lingering oats out of the pantry. Pre-spring cleaning!


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