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People Are Making Biscoff Baked Oats And We're Desperate To Try It Out

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People Are Making Biscoff Baked Oats And We're Desperate To Try It Out

Biscoff is definitely a top tier biscuit, so introducing it to any dish will ensure that every mouthful is even more delicious.

And we are pleased to report people are now making Biscoff baked oats - what an absolute dream!

There are a few ways to go about creating the yummy concoction. Check out the video below for a microwavable method:

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In the microwavable recipe, you need to firstly blend 40g of oats, 20g protein powder, half a tablespoon of sweetener, half a teaspoon of baking powder, 40g of yoghurt (or the original video creator says you can substitute this for banana) and 80ml of almond milk.

Then add three quarters of this blended batter into a bowl and add 15g of Biscoff spread to the middle and cover this with the rest of the batter.

Finally, add crushed lotus biscuit on top for the perfect crunchy topping and microwave for 60-90 seconds. Voila!

The Biscoff spread means that you'll have the perfect surprise in the centre (Credit: TikTok/eliyaeats)
The Biscoff spread means that you'll have the perfect surprise in the centre (Credit: TikTok/eliyaeats)
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Commenters were lapping it up.

“I just made these and they are 11/10”, said one user.

“KEEP ME ON BISCOFF TIKTOK PLS”, begged another.

Someone else commented: “Just made this but put a small bit of natural peanut butter instead and omg SO GOOD!!! So glad I found this”.

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There are so many different ways to make Biscoff baked oats. In the video below, the creator blends half a cup (roughly 120ml) of oats, half a banana, half a cup (roughly 120ml) of milk, half a teaspoon of baking powder, chia seeds, a dash of vanilla and a pinch of salt.

You then pour most of it into a greased ramekin, add melted Biscoff spread and cover it in the rest of the batter. Top with crushed lotus biscuit and then, instead of microwaving, you bake the dish for 20 minutes at 180C/360F.

If you’re not keen on banana or you’re allergic, then @cookingwithayeh suggests using apple sauce as a substitute, roughly about a quarter of cup (equivalent of around 60ml).

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You can try substituting the banana for apple sauce! (Credit: TikTok/cookingwithayeh)
You can try substituting the banana for apple sauce! (Credit: TikTok/cookingwithayeh)

People in the comments were loving it.

“Omg this looks delicious if I had all the ingredients at home I would make this right now!”, said one commenter.

Another TikTok user joked: “My stomach is actually rumbling now omgggg”.

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While someone else exclaimed: “You are officially my favourite person!!! That looks delicious!!”.

Well, time to get myself a big pot of Biscoff spread – stat.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/eliyaeats/Instagram/lotusbiscoffuk

Topics: Food and Drink, TikTok

Charlotte Forrester
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