Cookie recipes to help you sleep better

Chocolate chip with milk is a classic bed time combo, but how about trying something new. Here is a list of sleep inducing cookies perfect to be paired with milk or tea.

Getting ready for a spa night or finding it hard to get to sleep at night? If the top 10 mattresses 2019 can’t help you get over your insomnia and stress, maybe these cookie recipes by Klova and Glowish can make the cut. Grab your tea and milk mugs and find the perfect cookie to pair with it.

1. Rose Dream Cookies by Klova: flowers and tea, a herbal cookie recipe perfect to be paired with tea

Rose flower petals are known for its calming scent, perfect for peace and relaxation. If you are tired of rose essential oils, how about eating them instead? Rose petals are traditionally used and eaten to induce sleep, calm muscles and reduce anxiety.


Chamomile and Chill Cookies by Klova: sleepy flowers and tea, how about some sleepy milk tea to pair with it for a good nights rest

Chamomile is typically boiled for tea and is known for its sleep-inducing qualities, but have you ever tried them in cookies? The presence of the antioxidant apigenin in chamomile makes it an effective tranquilizer and is effective in reducing anxiety.

Lavender is known for its relaxing scent and is seen in numerous hair and skin products, but have you tried eating lavender? A study by Koulivand et al also suggest that lavender possess anti-anxiety effects as well as improvement in the duration of sleep and sleep inducing effects effective for people experiencing mild insomnia.

Banana Cinnamon Tea Cookies by Glowish perfect with a cup of warm milk: banana pancakes in the morning and banana cinnamon cookies for the night

Bananas to help you fall asleep. you’ve probably only known the effectiveness of banana in treating cramps because it is rich in potassium but not its sleep-inducing qualities. Bananas are rich with potassium and magnesium that are both known to relax muscles. It also contains an amino acid that is converted to a neurotransmitter — seratonin, that induces relaxing and calming feelings.

Cinnamon is a spice usually paired with drinks known to relax the body such as tea and milk. It is known for its ability to relax the body, improve digestion, and reduce stress levels. Maybe there’s just something abut the homely scent of cinnamon that makes the body more sleepy.

For those who aren’t fond of overly herby tastes this is the perfect recipe for you