This quick and easy vegan Biscoff baked oats recipe is one of the simplest breakfast treats you'll ever make. If Lotus Biscoff spread and cookies are some of your favorite things to snack on, look no further than this oatmeal.
Simply mix together the ingredients, pour them into a bowl and cook for a few minutes. That all you need to do. In fact, these baked oats take less than 5 minutes to make in total so there's no excuse to not give them a try!
Top the oatmeal with extra melted Biscoff spread and also crumble on some of the Biscoff cookie crumbs and enjoy. When it comes to Biscoff-flavored snacks, there's no such thing as too much!
For more delicious vegan breakfast inspiration, also see my vegan chocolate french toast, vegan nutella chocolate oat milk crepes and vegan peanut butter jelly french toast. No matter which one of these you choose, you're going to be absolutely delighted.
Why You Will Love These Baked Oats
- Perfect Breakfast - I love to begin my day with these oats. No only do they give me a great energy boost for my day ahead, but they also simply taste amazing. It's nice to have a sweet treat so early in the day every once in a while.
- Wonderful Consistency - The Biscoff oatmeal is so unbelievably creamy due to several factors such as, the amount of plant milk that I used, the mashed banana and the Biscoff spread which is present throughout. They may appear to be a little drier on top but once you dig into the center, you'll see all the creaminess come out.
- Quick and Easy - This recipe is ready in minutes. Just like in my vegan chocolate baked oatmeal and vegan banana bread baked oats, fold all the ingredients together into a mixture and bake inside the microwave.
- Allergy Friendly & Plant Based - This vegan Biscoff baked oats recipe is completely vegan and dairy free.
- Flax egg - You can make a 'flax egg' by mixing ground flaxseed meal into water. After leaving it to set, the mixture should thicken. Not only do these act as a vegan egg replacer but they also make the oats healthier too. They have many nutritional benefits such as, lowering blood pressure.
- Ripe banana - This ingredient also acts as a vegan egg replacer. This must be a ripe, spotty banana, instead of bright green/yellow one which won't work.
- Lotus biscoff spread - This classic cookie butter speculoos spread will be used for both the oatmeal mixture and the topping. For the topping, I love to melt the spread, as opposed to spreading it on. I think it makes a very positive difference.
- Maple syrup - Other than the sugar inside the Biscoff products, there aren't any 'added sugars' inside this oatmeal. The rest of the sweetness comes from a natural alternative in the form of maple syrup.
- Oat flour - You don't need rolled oats for this recipe. Just using an oat flour will help you to achieve a fantastic texture.
- Biscoff cookie crumbs - These are just for the topping in this recipe. You can also mix some cookie crumbs into the oatmeal mixture. I also added them to my vegan biscoff banana cake batter and also into the cookie dough for my vegan biscoff cookies.
See recipe card for full information on individual ingredients and quantities.
Substitutions & Variations
- Although this is a Biscoff recipe, I'm very aware that not everybody likes Biscoff and speculoos flavors. If you don't like Biscoff spread use peanut butter instead. It has a similar, thick consistency and makes a great alternative. Of course, they will be peanut butter baked oats instead of Biscoff baked oats but it'll still be just as delicious. For more peanut butter inspiration, check out my vegan chocolate peanut butter fudge.
- If you can't find/buy Lotus Biscoff spread where you live, I have a good alternative for you! Try a regular dairy-free cookie butter. Trader Joe's have a cookie butter spread which is accidentally vegan. There are also plenty of other options out there.
How To Make Biscoff Baked Oats
For the full method, please refer to the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
1: Mix together the wet ingredients except for the soy milk.
2: Add the dry ingredients and the soy milk.
3: Pour the oat mixture into a bowl. Cook in the microwave.
4: Let the oats cool a little.
5: Top with Biscoff spread and Biscoff cookie crumbs.
Make sure that you use a non-stick dish - Whether you bake the oats inside a large bowl, a skillet or baking dish, make sure that it is completely non-stick. The last thing that you want is them to become stuck so you can even brush the bottom and sides with vegan butter if you wish.
Add more servings - This is a single serve recipe but you can double or triple the ingredients if you'd like to make 2-3 servings.
Unfortunately, Biscoff which is the main ingredient in this recipe isn't gluten free.
Yes, it takes a little longer but you can bake at 180 Celsius (350F) for 20 minutes.
Biscoff is a speculoos flavored sweet treat which comes in many varieties such as, cookies, spreads and many more things. It is sweet and lightly-spiced and can go with many things.
Baked oats are essentially oatmeal which is baked inside an oven or a microwave, instead of being cooked on the stove like porridge or regular oatmeal.
This breakfast treat is best served warm but if you would prefer to eat it another time, cover the bowl and store in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Eating oatmeal everyday helps your bowel movements, gut health, immune system and they also help you to stay full for longer.
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5 Minute Biscoff Baked Oats (Vegan)
- 1 flax egg 1 Tablespoon ground flaxseeds mixed with 3 Tablespoons water
- 1 ripe banana mashed
- 1 Tablespoon Biscoff spread
- 1 Tablespoon maple syrup
- 0.25 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 90 g oat flour
- 0.5 teaspoon baking powder
- 100 ml soy milk
- 1 Tablespoon Biscoff spread melted
- Biscoff biscuit crumbs to taste (finely crushed)
Make the baked oats:
- In a small bowl, mix together the flax egg, mashed banana, Biscoff spread, maple syrup and vanilla extract.
- Next, add in the oat flour, baking powder and soy milk. Whisk to combine with a fork.
- Pour the baked oats mixture into a bowl or a large ramekin and microwave for 2 minutes 30 seconds.
- Top with melted Biscoff spread and Biscoff biscuit crumbs.
- Whether you bake the oats inside a large bowl, a skillet or baking dish, make sure that it is completely non-stick. The last thing that you want is them to become stuck so you can even brush the bottom and sides with vegan butter if you wish.
- This is a single serve recipe but you can double or triple the ingredients if you'd like to make 2-3 servings.