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Biscoff Baked Oats

These TikTok Baked Oats are just like eating cake for breakfast. So easy to make with just a handful of ingredients. These quick oats baked oatmeal are made with protein powder, almond milk, an egg, biscoff spread and biscoff cookies. They are sure to be your new favourite sweet breakfast.

top down shot of biscoff baked oats with biscoff cookie crumbles

You all know I love baked oatmeal, so baked oatmeal and Biscoff Spread seemed like the perfect combination to me!

I have been seeing these Biscoff cookies and Lotus Biscoff Spread all around the internet for the last few months.  I was so intrigued as to what they tasted like, so I purchased some for myself and haven’t looked back! I started by making Biscoff Overnight Oats and after they turned out so delicious I had to make a baked oats version!

They are a delicious breakfast treat, and the beauty of these oats is that they bake nicely in ramekins or a muffin pan for individual servings, but you can just as well bake a larger batch in a casserole dish. 

single serving biscoff baked oats in white ramekin with biscoff cookies

Did you know that Lotus Biscoff Spread and biscuits are vegan? If you wanted to keep this a vegan baked oats recipe you could simply substitute the egg for a flax egg, and the protein powder for a plant based option!

If you love blended baked oats that took over TikTok a while ago, you MUST try this Biscoff version! It’s a wholesome, comforting treat that will totally hit the spot when you feel like you absolutely have to have something sweet right this moment.

I noticed after seeing lots of baked oats recipes that they all contain banana. Interestingly enough, after Food Blogging for 7 years I’ve come to find a lot of people don’t like bananas. Looking for a baked oats recipe without banana? Here it is, in all fine form. 

top down shot of healthy biscoff baked oats in a spoon


Not necessarily. Biscoff cookies do contain hydrogenated vegetable oil, and lots of sugar. I enjoy Biscoff spread in moderation and absolutely love it, but I wouldn’t recommend it as something to consume daily. These baked oats are something to enjoy as a treat! Are traditional baked oats healthy? A lot of them can be! Made with minimal whole food ingredients, protein packed, and minimal sugars, they can be a satisfying and nutritious breakfast option!


I actually recommend using quick oats instead of rolled oats! If we are talking about baked oats, where you are blending the oatmeal, I find it easier to break up into an oat flour. If we are talking about overnight oats this may be a different story. Quick oats can sometimes yield a mushy texture if there is too much liquid added while setting. However, this will never be an issue for baked oats!

biscoff baked oats in a ramekin with biscoff cookies


Speaking of overnight oats, I want to explain the difference to you. Overnight oats are made by combining ingredients in a mason jar or Tupperware container the night before, then left to set overnight in the fridge. You consume then cold in the morning or warm them up if you choose. Cooked oats (or baked oats) are oats that are blended in a blender and baked for 20-30 minutes. They have more of a cake like texture. I love both and it depends on the day which one I’m craving more!


As much as I do have to admit this is my favourite baked oats so far, it’s not the healthiest option I have. I have made many different flavours of baked oats over the last year – like choc baked oats, baked apple oats, baked oats with banana, carrot cake baked oats and lemon poppyseed baked oats. All of which are amazing, so depending on your flavour preferences I have something for almost anyone! Lots more baked oats ideas on my blog!

spoonful of biscoff baked oats by white ramekin

Yield: 1 serving

Biscoff Baked Oats

top down shot of biscoff baked oats with biscoff cookie crumbles
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 22 minutes
Total Time 32 minutes


  • 1/2 cup quick oats
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder, I use PEScience Gourmet Vanilla - you can use code "BAILEY" at checkout to try any of their products
  • 1/3 cup almond milk
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 egg
  • 1-2 tbsp Biscoff spread
  • 1 Biscoff cookie


  1. Blend your oats on high to create a fine flour. Then add all remaining ingredients (except Biscoff spread and cookies) and blend till combined.
  2. Pour 3/4 of batter into a greased oven safe dish, add the Biscoff spread to the middle, then top with remaining batter. You want the batter to cover the Biscoff Spread. Crumble cookie pieces and add to top of the oats.
  3. Bake at 350F for 20-25 minutes.
  4. Remove from oven and inhale!

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 grams

Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g

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Biscoff Overnight Oats

Biscoff Cheesecake

Healthy Single Serving High Protein Cheesecake (Biscoff)



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  1. Alannah De Loor says:

    I would love to make your recipe but I wondered if I could make it without protein powder and us whole milk instead of almond?
    Thank you

    1. Hi Alannah,

      Yes you can make it without the protein powder! I just recommend using maybe a tbsp more of oats. And yes you can absolutely use whole milk instead of almond!