I absolutely love biscoff, especially biscoff spread and I love finding new ways to use it, such as making a biscoff smoothie!
Today I decided to put biscoff in my smoothie and see what happens. And the result was incredible, so I had to share my recipe with you!
How To Use Biscoff In Smoothies
There are 2 main forms of Lotus biscoff; biscoff cookies and biscoff spread.
Both of these forms can be used in smoothies and shakes. However, biscoff spread blends much better than the cookies.
The amount of biscoff you should be adding to your smoothies varies; it depends on how sweet you like your smoothies.
Do note that biscoff has a very strong taste, which means it can easily overpower your smoothies or milkshakes.
I typically add 1-2 tablespoons of biscoff spread per serving, regardless of what the drink is. If you are using cookies, 2-3 cookies is plenty.
It’s important to add the cookies and smoothie liquid base first. Since the cookies are tougher to blend, it’s best that they are at the bottom.
Biscoff Smoothie Ingredients For The Perfect Smoothie
When I originally made this recipe, I just threw random ingredients in my blender, without measuring them.
The result was pretty good, but the balance was off. So I had a couple of more tries and this time carefully measured the ingredients.
Here the ingredients I sued to make this delicious biscoff protein shake:
#1. Biscoff Spread
The main ingredient – biscoff ! I used 2 tablespoons of biscoff spread, which made the smoothie perfectly smooth and sweet!
After all, this smoothie is a treat, so I thought I will make it right by adding 2 tablespoons in.
#2. Frozen Mango
Since I wanted to make a biscoff smoothie with no banana, using mango was the perfect replacement for banana in the smoothie!
The mango gave the smoothie a nice background taste of tropical, which complemented the strong biscoff taste.
#3. Vanilla Protein Powder
I used vegan protein powder, because I wanted to make this smoothie vegan-friendly.
Furthermore, even though this biscoff smoothie is more of a dessert smoothie, the protein powder in it will help you sneak in extra protein while enjoying a dessert!
The oats used in this sweet drink helped the thickening, as well as adding a bit more nutritious goodness, such as fiber.
Also, I wanted to add a bit more bulk to the smoothie, and I know oats work very well with the ingredients already listed.
#5. Oat Milk
Double oat! I used rolled oats and oat milk in this biscoff shake!
The oat milk I used was unsweetened, and it is of course crucial. Every smoothie needs a base, so in my case, I chose oat milk.
How To Make Biscoff Protein Smoothie
Making this sweet beverage couldn’t be easier.
Since you will need frozen fruit, add that in your blender first, followed by the liquid.
Then the rest of the ingredients are added, and everything is blended. It should take 4-5 minutes to achieve the perfect consistency.
Serve with whipped cream if you like, and enjoy!
Variations Of This Recipe
Since I made multiple different variations of this recipe, I below I will leave some options for ingredient swaps and add-ins.
All of these substitutes were tested, and the drink still came out amazing!
- If you don’t mind bananas, and don’t have mango, you can use the same amount of banana (1 cup) instead of mango. Just use frozen bananas, because it really elevates the taste.
- If you like chocolate, adding a tablespoon of cocoa powder can add a nice chocolatey flavor.
- Instead of oat milk, use coconut milk. It will help thicken the smoothie and cut through the strong biscoff flavor.
- Instead of oats, add chia seeds or flaxseeds.
- 1 cup/150g frozen mango
- 2 tbsp biscoff spread
- 2 tbsp rolled oats
- 1 scoop vanilla protein powder (I used vegan)
- 1 cup/230ml oat milk (unsweetened)
- Prepare all your ingredients and measure them as listed in the ingredient list.
- Add all the ingredients starting with the oat milk and frozen mango to a high-speed blender and blitz until smooth. For about 4-5 minutes.
- Serve with whipped cream if you like and drink!
Best consumed straight away.
- Prep Time: 2 minutes
- Cook Time: 3 minutes
- Category: Smoothie
- Cuisine: American
- Calories: 532
- Sugar: 39.9
- Fat: 18.6
- Carbohydrates: 67.4
- Fiber: 7
- Protein: 32.3