Welcome! I am so happy you chose to gather around my table. My name is Mia Swinehart and I am a registered dietitian with a passion for simple healthy recipes, women's hormonal health, and overall wellness!
I could not wait to share this recipe with you all! My new favorite on-the-go breakfast, made with my all time favorite siggi’s yogurt flavor- no sugar added banana cinnamon! I’m completely obsessed with this flavor—it’s always been impossible to find a flavored yogurt without tons of sugar added until siggi’s changed the game.
Sometimes you just want something a little fancier than plain yogurt! The siggi’s blue lid labels are all flavors that are simply sweetened with fruit, with no added sugars in the mix.
While I love a good savory breakfast, often I crave something sweeter to enjoy with my coffee. Bonus points if it’s something quick that doesn’t take up extra time in my morning!
The extra creamy banana cinnamon yogurt is sandwiched between two lower sugar almond butter oatmeal cookies for the perfect filling, satisfying, and easy grab-and-go breakfast (or snack!). The cookies are super easy to make, and make the perfect amount for the week. You can keep them premade in the freezer, or have the cookies and yogurt ready to go to make fresh cookie sandwiches quickly in the mornings. Pro tip: these would be amazing with any of siggi’s no added sugar line if you want to change it up!
The oatmeal cookies are made with simple, wholesome ingredients like oats, almond butter, and almond flour. Plus, they are refined sugar free and instead lightly sweetened with coconut sugar– a more natural sweetener option. The siggi’s yogurt is the perfect filling for these for that ultra creamy addition, while adding a boost of protein, healthy probiotics, and extra flavor without any added sugar. These cookie sandwiches are just so delish!
Yummy low sugar gluten free breakfast cookies made with simple ingredients, like almond flour and oats. Filled with the most delicious banana cinnamon yogurt filling for a quick and easy breakfast or snack!
So delicious! I’ve even got my dad hooked.
Love that! 🙂 Thank you Kalie!!
I absolutely *love* this recipe. I usually just make them as cookies instead of assembling into sandwiches. Also, because I’m lazy and don’t want to blend oats to make oat flour, I usually just sub almond flour for the oat flour and they always turn out great. I’ve also made a few batches where I added in a handful of butterscotch chips which was amazing. Love these cookies!
Made these for my office one winter morning and everyone went nuts! Amazing flavor, the yogurt in the middle makes them feel decadent on a great way and adds protein. 100% going to remake!
these were AMAZING!! I knew they would be good but i love the texture and flavor of the salty sweet!! And with no refined sugar they don’t hurt my tum 🙂
Is it possible to substitute maple syrup for coconut sugar?
I haven’t tried it- they may turn out a little more dry but it might be fine! Let me know if you do!
Just made these for my family and they turned out sooo fluffy! Used melted coconut oil instead of avocado and couldn’t tell the difference:)
Looks so good! Could you substitute the almond flour for oat flour?
I’m not sure what the results will be since I haven’t made it that way! xo
SO GOOD! The texture of the cookies are gooey, chewy and moist! My grocery store didn’t have the banana and cinnamon siggi so I sub’d for vanilla and cinnamon for a breakfast sandwich. Surprisingly, one was really filling! The night before when I made them, I had another sandwich and filled it up with enlightened vanilla bean ice cream for a late night dessert!