Biscoff Overnight Oats! With cookie butter, cinnamon, and crumbles of Biscoff cookie for the best texture. It's sweet, creamy, filling, and a real treat to start your day!
And the overnight oats obsession continues! This time we are pushing the boat out and starting the day in a very delicious and extravagant way. Yep, grab that jar of Biscoff cookie butter, and put it to good use in Biscoff Overnight Oats!
We're talking chilled, creamy oats with cookie butter, cinnamon and vanilla, all served up with sprinkles of crumbled Biscoff cookie for amazing texture and even more great cookie flavour!
In this post - Everything you need to make Biscoff Overnight Oats:
Here is what you need to make Biscoff Overnight Oats:
And some ingredient notes:
- Cookie butter - You can use Lotus Biscoff spread or a generic cookie butter. President's Choice have one that's great value and it is vegan just like the Biscoff one.
- Oats - Rolled oats or old fashioned oats are best for overnight oats. Quick oats for a slightly creamier texture. I don't recommend using steel cut oats.
- Non-dairy milk - Any will do such as oat milk, soy milk, cashew milk, or almond milk.
- Chia seeds - Helps to thicken the oatmeal and make it creamier. It also add extra protein and healthy fats. You can omit the seeds but your overnight oats won't be as thick and creamy.
- Cinnamon - Ground ginger works really well instead.
- Maple syrup - This is optional. The cookie butter is sweet anyway so feel free to omit the maple syrup if you don't have a super sweet tooth. I rarely use it in this recipe.
- Cookie - Keep the theme going with a Lotus Biscoff cookie (Speculoos), or use a vegan digestive biscuit or graham cracker instead.
Tip - An optional addition that works really well is some chopped granny smith apple. The sour apple is so good with the sweet cookie butter! Add when serving though so the apple stays nice and fresh and doesn't turn brown.
I love to use 10oz/295ml wide mouth mason jars for my overnight oats because they are so easy to eat out of. It saves having to tip them out into a bowl, which saves on washing up and means you can eat your oatmeal on the go!
How To Make Biscoff Overnight Oats
Here's a quick summary of how to make this overnight oats recipe:
- Mash the cookie butter and milk together in a jar or lidded container.
- Add everything else except the crumbled cookie.
- Stir the mixture together really well (make sure you break up the cookie butter), put the lid on and refrigerate overnight (or at least 6 hours).
- Serve in the container, or spoon into a bowl with a sprinkle of crushed cookie and a little swirl of cookie butter to serve.
Making Ahead & Storing
Biscoff Overnight Oats are perfect for making ahead/meal prep. Make up a batch at the weekend and they will last for up to 5 days in the refrigerator. Just perfect for eating at home or taking with you on the go.
More Overnight Oat Recipes
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Biscoff Overnight OatsAuthor:
- ¾ cup (180 ml) plant milk , preferably unsweetened
- 1 to 2 tablespoons Biscoff spread , or any other cookie butter
- ½ cup (50 grams) rolled or old fashioned oats
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon vanila extract
- 1 small pinch sea salt
- OPTIONAL 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- 1 crumbled Biscoff cookie
- Add the milk and Biscoff spread to a jar or other lidded container and whisk them together well. You will probably need to mash the cookie butter into the milk with a fork to get it to break up. It doesn't need to be perfectly combined. Just no big lumps.
- Add everything else except the crumbled cookie and stir really well. Only use the maple syrup if you have a super sweet tooth. The cookie butter should add enough sweetness.
- Pop the lid on and put in the fridge. Refrigerate for at least 6 hours or up to 5 days.
- Crumble over the cookie before serving. An extra dollop of cookie butter is a nice add-on too ;O) I tend to serve them up in the container they were made in to save on washing up!
Nutritional information is provided for convenience. The data is a computer generated estimate and should be used as a guide only.
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