This Baked Biscoff Oatmeal is a warm and delicious way to start out any day!
I am so excited to share in my very first secret recipe club reveal. There are so many amazing food blogs that are now participating in this fun "club".
So many recipes to choose from, not enough time in the month to try them all though.
For my first month I was assigned to April's blog Angel Foods Kitchen. I like how she shares so many family friendly recipes that are really easy to make.
I have to admit her chocolate chip cookie recipe was calling out to be made by me, but then I came across her baked peanut butter oatmeal.
I knew right away that I HAD to make this using the jar of biscoff spread that I had been saving for just the right recipe. This recipe was definitely it!!!!
I love how April made this recipe healthy by switching out the sugar and the milk, but I didn't have those on hand so I just used the regular stuff.
This was so yummy, especially fresh from the oven with melted chocolate chips and banana slices. It was just like eating a a giant oatmeal cookie.
My kids are actually not huge breakfast eaters, so we had it for a bedtime snack. And they just gobbled this Baked Biscoff Oatmeal down in a hurry and even wanted more!
I would say that is a baking success!!!
Baked Biscoff Oatmeal recipe:
MMM.. Delicious ! You've got me inspired to bake now..
What an interesting way to enjoy oatmeal. Looks a lot more like dessert then breakfast, yum!!
Your blog is really cute!
I'm from Croup C but I'm an honorary Group D this time around. Welcome to SRC! What a great looking cake.
A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Mmmm looks so delish! Anything with melted chocolate chips - yum!
Kelly | Eat Yourself Skinny
Wow this looks absolutely delicious, what a great choice for SRC! Love your blog, so glad to be a new follower! xoxo
I have 2 jars of Biscoff from a giveaway... I should def make this with the Biscoff I have on hand.
I almost bought this spread the other day and I wish I had so I could make this recipe. Great SRC choice and welcome to the club.
If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check out my Group 'A' & 'C' SRC recipes this month: Levain Bakery Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies and Thin Mint Irish Coffee.
Cook Lisa Cook
I'm so glad you liked the recipe! I've never heard of Biscoff spread before, I'll have to look it up and see. I make this recipe using regular sugar and milk for my kids too, their not fans of almond milk and sucanat. A pan never last more then a couple of days in my house. I'm having a lot of fun with the SRC, cant wait to see who I get for November.
Yea for being in the SRC!!!!! I still need to try Biscoff spread, I know I know, I'm totally late to the Biscoff club...
This post had me at chocolate chips 🙂
Looks incredible! I need to get some Biscoff spread!
Becca @ Crumbs and Chaos
I've never heard of Biscoff spread before - what is it? Your dish (not sure whether to call it cake or porridge!) looks so tasty!
That cake looks delicious.