These overnight Weetabix with Biscoff make the best breakfast ever. The perfect sweet start to the day, they’ll keep you feeling full until lunch.
Yes, overnight Weetabix is officially a thing.
And it’s a GOOD thing at that!
The distant cousin of overnight oats, these biscoff overnight Weetbix are equally as easy but bring a whole new dynamic to the table. By layering the different components, you end up with a breakfast that feels a whole lot like eating a mini pie or trifle for breakfast. We consider that a “win”.
Why It Works
- The weetabix and almond milk create a soft, crust-like base on which the yogurt can sit.
- It's super simple to prepare the night before and eat in the morning.
- Two distinct layers make this a fun and delicious breakfast to enjoy.
- The contrast of sweet Biscoff with tangy Greek yoghurt is oh-so-delightful!
What Are Weetabix Anyway?
If you’re not from the UK or Australia, you might not know about Weetabix, so allow us to explain.
Basically a brick of wheat cereal, Weetabix is known to be a common (relatively average) breakfast option. You can break the Weetabix bricks up in the bowl, and add fruit, yogurt, etc to make it more fun — but in short, Weetabix is a plain-tasting cereal similar to bran flakes. And yes, it gets soggy.
While Weetabix may sound boring, it makes the perfect base for this recipe since so many other flavours get added in.
Ingredients and Substitutions
- Weetabix: Weetabix, Weetabix, whichever variation you get where you live, both will work!
- Almond Milk: This recipe calls for almond milk, but any milk or milk alternative will work.
- Greek Yoghurt: Any greek yoghurt will work here, but since this recipe includes sweetener, we stuck with the natural flavour.
- Stevia: If you use sweetened greek yoghurt, you can skip this step. If not, a drop of liquid stevia can help sweeten up your overnight Weetabix. We used chocolate flavour, but plain would also be good!
- Biscoff: To finish it all off, we drizzled a generous amount of melted Biscoff on top of these overnight Weetabix. Putting it in the microwave for just 30 seconds gave it the perfect consistency.
If you don’t like Biscoff, check out these Overnight Weetabix With Nutella. If that’s still not your vibe, try swapping it out for your jam of choice. You can also skip the Biscoff altogether, it’ll still taste great!
recommend letting your overnight Weetabix sit in the fridge for at least 4 hours to allow everything to set properly.
Absolutely not! If you don’t have any, just use flavoured yoghurt or add sweetness with maple syrup or honey.
No problem! We all have our preferences, but you might prefer these Biscoff Overnight Oats instead.
Tried it? Let us know what you think in the comments below! Your feedback is always appreciated 😊