About the Author

Robin is the author of For All Who Wander, her relatable memoir about wrestling with doubt that reads much like a conversation with a friend. She's as Southern as sugar-shocked tea, married to her college sweetheart, and has three children. An empty nester with a full life, she's determined to...

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  1. I haven’t tried this recipe yet, but it’s on our list. Our morning snack go-to is a homemade French granola (chocolate that you can feel good about eating), and this would be a fantastic alternative to our standby. Can’t wait to try it. 🙂

  2. I’m loving reading Bread & Wine and this recipe is one that I will definitely try. While reading, I picture Shauna and her friends and family around that huge table sharing precious moments, like we do at my house as well…

    This book and its recipes will be my Autumn gift to my girl friends!!!

    Thanks for going through it and highlighting important points on it!

    • Rosy,

      You give Autumn gifts? Can I sign up to be your friend? 😉

      So pleased to know you’ve appreciated the excerpts and questions we share; we hope it drives readers to give the book a more thorough look, and as a result, a life changed for good to the glory of God. Isn’t that a lovely thought?

  3. I haven’t been doing the study, but I have friends who are, and man… breakfast and cookies? I need to get this book, watch this video and make these!!! Will plan to join up on Friday, and love that giveaway! Wonderful!

    • Vanessa!! Yes! So glad you’re planning to join in on Friday, even if you haven’t yet read B&W :). I know–breakfast + cookies? Win, win!

  4. I love this book, and am grateful to the Lord for leading me to it–albeit not through InCourage. So to discover it here is also a blessing. I had to smile about the breakfast cookies, because my chocoholic husband swears that chocolate cake is a complete breakfast–attesting to the flour (grains), eggs (protein), and trace vitamin A in chocolate! I think I will refer him to the cookies as an even better alternative. They sound marvelous!

    • Lynn,

      Your husband sounds like a great thinker ;). And it’s fun to know people have found B&W on their own, then have its message confirmed by finding it also on (in)courage.

  5. Haha. Angie needs to learn to level off the ingredient in her measuring cups and spoons!

    This look so easy!

  6. Thanks, Robin, for getting my husband’s humor!! =] But good health is serious, and I just watched the video. Sounds like a great breakfast. I love your last name–Dance–a great name for a writer, whose words dance across the screen while her life dances in praise of the One who gifted her!

  7. This recipe was sooo timely! In one month my two high school daughters will be leaving the house at 6:30 a.m. to catch their bus to school. As my daughter grabbed a store-bought breakfast cookie just this morning, she exclaimed how they will be her saving grace for a quick breakfast. I am so excited to try this healthier version for my family. My hubby is also gluten free. Perfect recipe! Thanks!

  8. These sound and look fabulous. I am so glad Robin asked about freezing because this is something I could see making a few batches of and freezing. They would be the perfect grab and go, individually wrapped, healthy breakfast for my high school daughter who thinks she doesn’t need to eat breakfast but is always starving by her 2nd class. 🙂 Oh…and after school soccer practice snacks.

    Thank you!!

  9. I’ve enjoyed the book club! You all did a great job with all aspects of it. I can’t wait to try this recipe for the cookies! Yummmmmmmm!
    Love from Georgia!

  10. Ladies,
    I am amazed at how much more real you have become to me seeing you delight in the kitchen! I have enjoyed so many of the book club studies and didn’t know what I might get out of this one but I figured I would try it. What a joy it has been to grow and be challenged by the book for sure but to see you guys in “real life” was heart warming and precious to me. After all this time together, I count you as my friends even though we have not met. Thank you for your warmth and humility. Godliness really can grow in Community even when you don’t share face to face.


  11. Y’all ladies ROCK! thank you for another fun video and great idea. I have been so much out of this book in both my heart and my kitchen. Cant wait to make these ‘breakfast cookies’ with my little boys.

  12. I almost never drop responses, however i did a few searching and wound up here Bread & Wine: Breakfast Cookies.
    And I actually do have 2 questions for you if you tend not to mind.
    Is it simply me or does it look like some of the comments come across as if they are left by brain dead folks?
    😛 And, if you are posting on additional online social
    sites, I’d like to keep up with everything fresh you have to
    post. Could you list of all of your social pages like your twitter feed, Facebook page
    or linkedin profile?