Banana Nut Keto Breakfast Cookies are vanilla and banana-scented, cinnamon-spiced, and full of nutritious ingredients, including hemp seed hearts, eggs, coconut flakes, flaxseed meal, and almond flour.
Cookies for breakfast?! Well, only if they’re full of healthy ingredients, low in carbs, and are high in healthy fats to keep you fueled and satisfied all morning long. My Banana Nut Keto Breakfast Cookies are just that! Plus they’re super easy to whip up and keep well for up to 10 days. They’re a great sweet treat to have on hand for busy days when there’s no time to cook.
Banana Nut Keto Breakfast Cookies Recipe
To keep the carbs low in my Banana Nut Keto Breakfast Cookies, I use banana extract and a monkfruit/erythritol sweetener blend. These cookies are easy to fit into a low carb or ketogenic lifestyle.
Healthy Keto Breakfast Cookies
When you eat to fuel your body with nutrient-dense foods, the ordinary parameters of mealtime fall out the window. For example, eggs are no longer reserved for just breakfast, and cookies are acceptable as a meal instead of dessert.
These Banana Nut Keto Breakfast Cookies are chock full with good-for-you components to kick start your day. They’re sweet, cinnamon-spiced, and laced with banana and vanilla flavor and aroma. They make a perfect meal or snack on the go!
Ingredients in Keto Breakfast Cookies:
- Unsalted butter
- Banana extract
- Vanilla extract
- Unsweetened coconut flakes
- Almond flour
- Lakanto golden granulated sweetener (monkfruit/erythritol blend)
- Hemp seed hearts
- Coconut flour
- Golden flaxseed meal
Hemp Hearts (aka Hemp Seeds)
If you’ve never heard of hulled hemp seeds (also called hemp hearts) before, they’re the whole seeds from the Cannabis sativa plant with the crunchy outer shell removed. Yes, they’re from the same species as cannabis (marijuana), but from a different variety, and hemp hearts contain only trace amounts of THC. Hemp seeds are nutrient-rich and delicious! (Read more about hemp seeds on Healthline.)
Are Hemp Hearts Good for Keto?
Hemp seed hearts are a rich in protein, fiber, and fat, and low in carbohydrates. Therefore, hemp seeds are a great option for the keto diet!
Hemp Seeds Nutrition Information
According to the USDA Food Database, one serving (3 tablespoon/28g) of hulled hemp seed hearts has the following nutrition information:
- 10g protein
- 12g fat
- 3g carbohydrates
- 3g fat
- 0g net carbs
How to Eat Hemp Seeds:
- Sprinkle hemp hearts on top of salads or soups
- Blend them into smoothies, or sprinkle them on top of smoothies, smoothie bowls, or yogurt
- Add them to your pancake or muffin batter
- Mix them into chia seed pudding, oatmeal, or noatmeal (low carb oatmeal)
- Make hemp milk and use it any way you’d use a plant-based milk
- Stir into your favorite pasta sauce
Keto Hemp Heart Cookies
A great way to make cookies nutritious enough for breakfast is to add healthy ingredients such as hemp hearts! Hemp hearts have a slightly nutty flavor, and their texture is slightly crunchy with a chewy factor as well. They are a wonderful addition to keto breakfast cookies.
More Hemp Seeds (Hemp Hearts) Recipes
If you’re looking for more delicious ways to use healthy hemp seed hearts, I have you covered! Here are a few more delicious ideas:
- Gluten Free Maple Pecan Lactation Cookies
- Noatmeal (aka Low Carb Oatmeal)
- Paleo Meatloaf
- Coconut Butterscotch Granola Cookies
- Keto Mushroom Wild Rice Pilaf
Keto Breakfast Ideas
For a lot of people who follow a ketogenic lifestyle, bacon and eggs are a breakfast staple, and for good reason. It’s a hearty, easy, delicious, and relatively cheap low-carb high-fat meal. But the problem is, what do we eat when we get sick of eggs? I want to show that there are plenty of keto breakfast options available other than eggs, and additionally, eggs can be quite versatile.
Low Carb and Keto Breakfast Ideas That Aren’t Eggs:
- Black Forest Low Carb Overnight Mocha Chia Seed Pudding
- Low Carb Maple Pecan French Toast Casserole
- Fathead Low Carb Carrot Cake Sticky Buns
- The Best Keto Bread Recipe (great for toast!)
- Low Carb Easy Pancake Muffin Recipe
Low Carb and Keto Egg Recipes:
- Paleo Brussels Sprout and Bacon Hash with Fried Egg
- Low Carb Broccoli Cheddar Egg Muffins
- Paleo Sumac-Spiced Baked Eggs with Kale
- Herbed Omelet for the Fat Fast
- Keto Low Carb Quiche Lorraine
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Banana Nut Keto Breakfast Cookies
- 2 large eggs
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter melted and cooled slightly
- 2 teaspoons banana extract
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
- 1/2 cup almond flour
- 5 tablespoons Lakanto golden granulated sweetener monkfruit/erythritol blend
- 1/4 cup hemp seed hearts
- 2 tablespoons coconut flour
- 2 tablespoons golden flaxseed meal
- 1/2 tablespoon cinnamon
- 1/4 + 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 cup pecans chopoped
Preheat oven to 350F. Line 2 large baking trays with parchment paper or silpat liners.
Whisk together the eggs, butter, banana extract, and vanilla. Stir in the coconut flakes, almond flour, sweetener, hemp seed hearts, coconut flour, golden flaxseed meal, cinnamon, salt, and pecans.
Scoop the dough (about 1 tablespoon) into 18 balls. Arrange them on the prepared baking trays, and slightly flatten each ball of dough.
Bake until the cookies are golden on the bottom, about 13 to 15 minutes, rotating the trays once halfway through.
Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 10 days.
Net Carbs: 1g per serving (2 cookies)
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