With back to school just around the corner as well as my maternity leave soon ending, I'm definitely pre-planning my morning routine. I'll be adding a baby to my routine, so there will be a lot for me to remember: bottles, milk, nap time pillows and sheets, lunch, my pumping bag ... its a lot!
One thing that I plan on doing is making breakfast easy. I created this delicious instant oatmeal cookies with vanilla recipe using Quaker Instant Oatmeal, Maple and Brown Sugar that would be perfect in the morning before the hubs heads to work and the girls are dropped off at school!
You NEED this for your breakfast!! It is super fast to make, oh so delicious, and addictive!
Instant Oatmeal Cookies with Vanilla Flavoring Recipe
Ingredients You'll Need for This Delicious Breakfast Cookie Recipe
Here are your ingredients:
- Quaker Instant Oatmeal (Maple and Brown Sugar)
- vanilla extract
- stick of butter
- ground cinnamon
- baking powder
Directions for Breakfast Instant Oatmeal Cookies
First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees and spray your cookie sheet with non-stick spray:
Mix the dry ingredients together!
Followed by baking soda, cinnamon, and sugar.
Then, add in the good stuff that makes this bad boy - Quaker Instant Oatmeal:
Now, for the wet ingredients: vanilla extract into the butter. Everything's better with butter right - including these instant oatmeal cookies?!
Then mix the wet and the dry.
Mix it good and thorough. Then, roll it into balls and smash them into the cookie pan. Stick it in the oven for 15 minutes, and you'll get deliciousness that looks like this:
They were gone as soon as I got them out of the oven.
Scroll down for the handy dandy recipe for the instant oatmeal cookies with delicious vanilla!
How do you plan on making your back to school morning routine a breeze? Check out my other delicious recipe for peanut butter patties recipe (a Girl Scout copy cat recipe that you will absolutely love)!
The picture looks like you melt the butter, but nowhere does it say to melt it.
Hey! I made these without the sugar accidentally, but they taste so much like flour and they kind of crumble apart in my hand. Anyone else have this problem?
In one place it says the yield is 4 and in another it says 6. Which is it? Also, is that the number of cookies it makes?
And the instructions say to make 12 balls. So it may make a dozen
Delicious! I accidentally put in some baking powder instead of soda, after scooping about 1/2 of the baking powder out I added a little baking soda. I also added craisins and walnuts. SO GOOD. Also a great way to get rid of all the oatmeal packets I have.
These were an awesome, quick recipe, but for the recipe it says baking soda which I used, but further up in blog for ingredients it says baking powder. Which one do you use?
Where are the exact ingredients? Like a cup of sugar? I don’t see the amount of each ingredient
What happened to the exact ingredients for the Quacker oats vanilla oatmeal cookies. Can't find it anywhere now. I've made many times but now I can't remember exact measurements. Help. Please send.
I am so sorry! I changed it to a different section of the blog and it wiped out the ingredients! I went ahead and updated the post. I hope this helps.
P.S. It tickles me that you go back to the blog for this recipe. Thank you for being a reader 🙂
You should be able to see the ingredients now!
I'm getting so many great baking ideas for morning treats for the kids. Mine go back to school in 2 weeks and this is the way to go during our busy mornings. We rarely have time to actually sit down and eat. #client
What a great idea, making a breakfast cookie. I love oatmeal cookies and these look both healthy and yummy for a quick breakfast to have on the go!