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Biscoff Baked Oats

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We’ve all heard of the viral baked oats trend on TikTok right? Well here is a Biscoff Baked Oats, let’s take the trend and make it even more delicious with Biscoff.

Close up shot of Biscoff oats in a white bowl to the right of the screen.

If you’re a big fan of desserty oat breakfasts and want more breakfast ideas, try my other oatmeal recipes , like Oreo Overnight Oats, Carrot Cake Overnight Oats, Biscoff overnight oats or Tiramisu overnight oats. They’re all delicious and so easy to throw together. For a really indulgent breakfast, check out this Croissant Bread Pudding or these quick Hawaiian Roll Cinnamon Rolls.

Why this is a great recipe?

  • Throw this recipe together in less than 10 minutes
  • You only need 6 simple ingredients for the easiest breakfast
  • It’s a great way to start the day, it’s like having a decadent dessert
  • Delicious breakfast treat – like having a Biscoff cake for breakfast
  • Great make ahead breakfast for busy mornings

What are Baked Oats?

Baked oats is a delicious cake like breakfast. It became popular thanks to going viral on TikTok, Instagram and other social media sites. It’s not only delicious but also nutritious and filling and a great breakfast to start your day. You can make all sorts of different flavors. It goes great with a cup of tea.

What is Biscoff?

Biscoff, sometimes called Lotus Biscoff Spread is a delicious peanut butter like spread made from lotus biscoff cookies. It comes in both smooth and crunchy versions. It is also referred to as cookie butter or speculoos spread. Biscoff spread can be found in a general grocery store, but if you have trouble finding it there, look out for it at speciality grocery stores or it can be purchased online. It can also be found under the generic name of cookie butter spread.

Ingredients needed

Full list of ingredients and amounts for this Biscoff oats recipe is in the recipe card below.

Ingredients for biscoff baked oats.

Rolled Oats – it’s best to use rolled oats, instant or steel cut don’t work the same

Ripe banana – ripe bananas are best or even overripe bananas

Egg – use a flax egg for a vegan option

Baking powder – to keep the cake fluffy

Maple syrup– or other sugar substitute

Biscoff – the delicious spread

Kitchen equipment needed

  • Blender or bullet blender (or food processor)- this is to blend up the ingredients into a smooth batter.
  • Bowl – this needs to be about 1 cup in size and safe for either microwaving or putting in the oven.

How to make Biscoff Baked Oatmeal

Banana in blender for baked oats.
Oats, baking powder, maple syrup, egg in blender.

In a blender, place in the oats, banana, egg, baking powder and Biscoff spread. Blend until smooth and creamy, like a pancake batter.

Pour into microwave / oven safe bowl. Place in the oven. Cool slightly and serve. Add on some crushed Biscoff biscuit crumbs or a drizzle of melted Biscoff cookie spread.

This is best eaten warm, if you want to prep it ahead of time, it’s best to do this the night before. Then store covered in the fridge. Place in the microwave for 15-30 seconds to warm up before eating.

Biscoff added to blender.
Pouring bicoff baked oats into ramekin.

Expert tips for making Biscoff Baked Oats

  • Blend until very smooth and all bits of oats have been completely broken down
  • Top with extra melted Biscoff spread or Biscoff cookies for added decoration and flavor
  • Use an egg substitute for a vegan alternative
  • Sweetener – use any sugar or sweetener of choice eg. honey, maple syrup, agave syrup or even sugars like coconut sugar, brown sugar or stevia or xylitol
Biscoff baked oats in a ramekin with a jar of biscoff in the background.

Topping ideas

  • Hemp seeds / hemp hearts – for added nutrition
  • Protein powder – will add more protein and keep you fuller
  • Nuts – peanuts would work so well here
  • Flax seeds
  • Plain Greek yogurt or sweetened plain yogurt or plant-based yogurt
  • Unsweetened shredded coconut
  • Chocolate chips – add in more chocolate flavor
  • White chocolate chips – I feel these go so well with Biscoff
  • Cacao nibs – add in some extra crunch
  • Banana slices

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Biscoff Baked oats vegan?

No, not this version, however if you’re familiar with using an egg replacer or egg substitute or flax egg and want to give it a try I’m sure it will work well, though I haven’t tried it myself.

Is this baked oats gluten free?

No, as Biscoff spread contains gluten. Oats can also contain gluten.

Can I use quick oats?

Yes, you can use instant oats or quick oats.

How do I store Baked Oats?

Store in the fridge covered overnight. Can stay in the fridge for 2-3 days before it needs to be eaten. Top it with your toppings before eating as this can get soft or mushy if staying in the fridge.

Is this a healthy breakfast?

Depends on your definition of healthy, I don’t consider Biscoff healthy, but the baked oats are delicious and filling and a good option to change up your breakfasts for something fun. Kid’s will love this too. It is higher in calories because of the Biscoff, you could split this in half to make 2 serves which would split the calories in half.

More Breakfast recipes to try

If you love your breakfast treats as much as I do, try out these Red Velvet Cinnamon Rolls.

Spoon taken out of biscoff baked oats and placed on top of the dish.
Close up shot of Biscoff oats in a white bowl to the right of the screen.
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Biscoff Baked Oats

Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time2 mins
Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: baked oats, biscoff, biscoff baked oats
Servings: 1
Calories: 745kcal


  • 1 over ripe banana
  • ½ cup rolled oats
  • ½ tsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 tbsp biscoff spread


  • Place banana, oats, baking powder, maple syrup, egg and Biscoff in a bullet blender or small food processor.
  • Blend until smooth.
  • Place in the microwave for 1:30 minutes. Or in a preheated oven for 25 minutes at 180c/350F.
  • Times may vary, so check that it is cooked through.
  • Optional: Drizzle with some extra Biscoff spread to serve.


Store covered in the fridge covered for up to 3 days.
Split in half to split the calories, but note cooking times may vary if halved.
Tip: Add in a little milk if a smoother texture is needed. The size of the banana, how ripe it is, or the size of the egg can affect the end texture, so a little milk may be needed. 


Calories: 745kcal
By on June 13th, 2023

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