This Weetabix overnight oats cheesecake comes in 2 ways: Biscoff overnight Weetbix and berries oats cheesecake! Served with bananas, it’s perfect for breakfast!

Say thanks to TikTok food trends because some of them are life-changing! Super simple and easy to make (literally the same steps as making overnight oats), this overnight Weetabix cheesecake with yoghurt recipe will be your next favourite breakfastor even dessert 😉

Plus, I’ve included a video (scroll past the image below) to make this even easier!

Biscoff overnight Weetbix cheesecake wtih banana, served for breakfast on a wooden plank.

In this post you’ll learn:

Why You Will Love This Overnight Oats Weetabix Cheesecake

  • It only takes 5 minutes to prepare!
  • It requires no actual cooking; you only need to mix ingredients together
  • With two flavor options: Biscoff overnight Weetbix and berries overnight Weetabix, there’s something for everyone!
  • Tastes yummy enough as dessert, but it’s healthy enough for breakfast!
    • And I’m not kidding, it really tastes like cheesecake! But it’s healthy!
  • Perfect for meal prep
  • It’s dairy-free and completely vegan
  • Slimming-world friendly
    • Disclaimer: I’m aware that this is a popular recipe that’s great for the Slimming World programme. For clarity, I am NOT affiliated nor am I advocating this meal plan, which is also why I am not providing any syns information. I’m just including this point for informational purposes.
  • It includes a quick tutorial video (scroll above) to make it even easier for you!

Can’t Wait To Make This Recipe Already? Here’s The Tutorial Video

Can You Use Weetabix for Overnight Oats?

Absolutely! That’s the whole point of this Weetabix cheesecake, isn’t it? 😉

Using Weetabix instead of rolled oats as the base ingredient will result in a more cakey texture instead of the more pudding-like texture in overnight oats. I’m really a fan of Weetabix overnight oats, especially when I am craving something more dessert-like for breakfast!

What can I eat instead of oats for breakfast?

You’ve come to the correct page, my friend! Try this overnight Weetabix cheesecake which uses Weetbix cereals (or shredded wheat cereals). If you’re looking for a more general answer, other types of cereals that you can use to sub for oats are bran flakes, whole grain flakes, or granola.

For non-cereal substitutes, try quinoa, buckwheat, chia seeds, or even flax seeds which you can turn into this Flax Seed Breakfast Pudding in 5 minutes!

Weetabix overnight oats cheesecake with berries in a cup served for breakfast on a wooden plank.

Ingredients

  • Weetabix (or Weetbix): The vegan wheat biscuits that are popular in the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand! Usually eaten as a breakfast cereal with milk, we’re transforming them to get that cake-like texture instead of the usual Weetabix porridge that you normally get!
  • Almond milk: The ingredient that gives this Weetbix cheesecake its creaminess. Feel free to substitute this with any other plant-based milk of your choice.
  • Maple syrup: A bit of sweetness for the base layer.
  • Banana: Adds a bit more sweetness to this cheesecake Weetabix, which also adds extra fibre, vitamins, and minerals. Plus, who doesn’t love the combination of Weetabix and banana?
  • Plant-based yoghurt: For even more creamy goodness as the toppings of this overnight Weetbix.
    • Feel free to also use some vegan Greek yoghurt if that’s your favorite.
    • You can also substitute this with quark for a thicker texture. In that case, definitely check out my 1-ingredient Vegan Quark recipe to make your own quark at home, fuss-free!
Ingredients for Weetbix overnight oats cheesecake with banana, with labels on a white marbled background.

And depending on which topping variation you choose, either

  • Frozen berries: These pack even more antioxidants and other essential nutrients into this breakfast recipe. Feel free to just buy berries-flavored yogurt to save a step! So either this variation, or…
  • Biscoff cookie spread: Use this Belgian cookie butter spread for a sweet indulgent breakfast/dessert.

And if you’re a fan of frozen berries, I’ve got this 5-minute Frozen Fruit Overnight Oats recipe that you might want to check out! Or this Biscoff Cookie Butter Overnight Oats for those of you who are fans of Biscoff!

Is Weetabix a highly processed food?

Weetabix is typically considered a processed food due to its manufacturing process. However, it is not typically considered junk food. Basically, it’s processed food when it looks very different from its raw ingredients, which is whole wheat.

And for those of you who are curious, Weetbix is primarily composed of carbohydrates from whole wheat. So while it does contain some protein, it’s not a significant source compared to other foods.

Is Lotus Biscoff spread healthy and how does it compare with Nutella?

No, I wouldn’t consider it a health food due to its high sugar content and since it’s highly processed.

Comparing Biscoff spread to Nutella, both are indulgent treats with high sugar and calorie content. While Biscoff spread is made from cookies and tends to have slightly less sugar than Nutella, neither can be considered significantly healthier than the other. Speaking of Nutella though, you can make a much healthier version using my refined sugar-free Vegan Nutella with Dates here!

Step-by-step Instructions

First up, the Weetabix and banana layer.

Crush and mix: Crush the Weetabix biscuits. Add the almond milk and maple syrup, then mix well. Use the back of the spoon to press the Weetabix layer evenly.

Slice: Slice the banana and layer them on top of the Weetabix base.

And now, the yogurt layer!

Melt: Melt either the Biscoff cookie spread or frozen berries in the microwave until they become runny (or defrosted for the berries version). And yes, you can melt Biscoff spread so it becomes runnier.

Mix: Mix the melted frozen berries or Biscoff spread with the plant-based yoghurt and stir evenly.

Serve: Transfer the yoghurt mixture on top of the banana layer. Enjoy immediately or chill it in the fridge overnight and get ready to enjoy this Biscoff overnight Weetbix or the Berry Weetbix cheesecake!😋

Is cheesecake better the next day?

Although most cheesecakes taste better the next day once it has time to fully set, this overnight Weetabix cheesecake tastes better on the same day when you make it!

Toppings & Serving Suggestions

I used some sliced almonds, fresh berries, and Biscoff cookies as the toppings. I’ve provided some other tasty options below!

  • nuts (cashews, walnuts, hazelnuts, whatever nuts you have at home!)
  • seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, sesame, hemp, flax, chia seeds–you name it!)
  • chopped dark chocolate, chocolate chips, or cacao nibs to make overnight weetabix chocolate
  • drizzle with some melted Biscoff spread (or peanut butter if you’d like more protein)
  • dried fruits like raisins, cranberries, dried dates, figs, etc!
  • fresh fruits such as apples, berries, or more bananas! Maybe something like apple pie overnight Weetbix, anyone?
  • although most people get enough protein (with “vegetarians and vegans get 70% more protein than they need every day” as explained in this video on NutritionFacts.org), feel free to add some protein powder to this berries and biscoff overnight Weetbix cheesecake to make some overnight protein Weetabix

Can you eat cheesecake for breakfast?

I wouldn’t recommend this for normal cheesecake, but with this overnight oats Weetabix, feel free to do so since it’s a much healthier cheesecake version. Opt for the berries flavor instead of the Biscoff Weetabix cheesecake for maximum nutrition.

How Long Can Overnight Weetabix Last?

When stored in the fridge, Overnight Weetabix lasts for up to 3 days. For maximum freshness, you can separate the dry and wet ingredients, and only mix them just before you want to serve them. For more detailed instructions, see the paragraph below.

Storage and Meal Prep Instructions

Storage: Store in the fridge for up to 3 days. Note that the longer it sits in the fridge, the more liquid the Weetbix will absorb. This might make the texture a bit soft so definitely experiment with what you like!

If you find the texture too soft after sitting a couple of days in the fridge, I suggest separating the dry (the Weetabix biscuit) and wet ingredients (the milk mixture and the yoghurt mixture). Then only add the wet ingredients later on before serving!

Meal prep: I especially recommend splitting the dry and wet ingredients as described in the paragraph above when you are meal-prepping. This way, you can also meal prep for more than 3 days in advance!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I substitute the almond milk?

For sure! Feel free to substitute it with any plant-based milk of choice, both sweetened and unsweetened. Just make sure to taste and adjust the maple syrup for the sweetness level that’s just right for you!

Can I skip the maple syrup?

Yes, although I do not recommend it as the sweetness rounds up the flavour well. Feel free to sub with agave nectar or any other liquid sweetener you have on hand though!

What to add to Weetabix for protein?

Add some nuts and seeds, nut/seed butter, yogurt, or protein powder.

How long can you store overnight Weetabix in the fridge?

When stored in the fridge, Overnight Weetabix lasts for up to 3 days.

For maximum freshness, you can separate the dry ingredient (the Weetbix biscuit) from the wet ingredients (the milk mixture and the yoghurt mixture), and only mix them just before you want to serve them!

Can Weetabix be used as oats?

If you’re talking about an overnight oats recipe, then yes! That’s the exact point of this Weetabix overnight oats.

For other recipe uses such as in cakes, tarts, and other recipes, you might be able to substitute it that way but the results really depend on which recipe it is.

Can you mix yoghurt and Weetabix together?

Absolutely! This is also what I’ve done in this overnight oats Weetabix cheesecake.

Want More Breakfast Recipes?

For another Weetabix recipe, try my 10-Minute Weetabix Cake Loaf recipe (which also happens to be Slimming World friendly), which is so easy to make and is a healthy crowd-pleaser! And if you’re a fan of Marmite / Vegemite, try this Marmite on Toast / Sandwich recipe.

A fan of overnight oats? Try these Biscoff Overnight Oats, Oreo Overnight Oats, or the healthier choice of Frozen Berries Overnight Oats! Or try my cake-like Healthy Baked Oats No Eggs (5 Ways) or my Cookie Dough Baked Oats

And if you’re a fan of raspberries, check out my Raspberry Chipotle Sauce which is perfect to make Raspberry Chipotle Cream Cheese Dip!

Looking for drinks instead? Check out my Korean Strawberry Oat Milk recipe which is guaranteed to impress everyone you’re making this for! (And yes, that includes impressing yourself too ✌)

Biscoff overnight Weetbix cheesecake and Weetabix overnight oats in glass jars on top of a wooden plank.
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Weetabix Overnight Oats Cheesecake (Biscoff & Berry Weetbix)

Weetabix overnight oats cheesecake served in 2 ways: Biscoff overnight Weetbix & berries oats cheesecake! Served with bananas, it's perfect for breakfast!
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: biscoff overnight weetbix, cheesecake for breakfast, overnight weetabix cheesecake, overnight weetabix slimming world, weetabix and banana, weetabix cheesecake, weetabix overnight oats, weetbix cheesecake
Servings: 1 serving
Calories: 386kcal
Author: Jem @ The Fruity Jem

Ingredients

Base Layer

  • 2 Weetabix crushed, or sub with shredded wheat cereals
  • ½ cup almond milk (114 grams), or sub with any plant-based milk
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup (5 grams), or sub with agave nectar
  • ½ medium banana

Option 1: Mixed Berries overnight Weetabix

  • ½ cup plant-based yoghurt (114 grams)
  • cup frozen berries (47 grams)
  • Fresh berries for toppings (optional)
  • Almonds for toppings sliced (optional)

Option 2: Biscoff overnight Weetabix

  • ½ cup plant-based yoghurt (114 grams)
  • 1 Tablespoon Biscoff biscuit spread (15 grams)
  • 1 Biscoff cookie (optional) crushed or whole
  • Almonds for toppings sliced (optional)

Instructions

Base Weetabix + banana layer

  • Weetabix layer: Using your hand, crush the Weetabix bars into a big bowl. Then add the almond milk and maple syrup. Mix well and use the back of the spoon to spread the Weetbix layer evenly.
  • Banana layer: Slice the bananas and layer them on top of the Weetabix layer.

Option 1: Mixed Berries overnight Weetabix

  • Berry yoghurt: In a small bowl, melt the frozen berries in a microwave for 30-60 seconds. Then add the yoghurt and stir well to make the berry yoghurt.
  • Add: Pour the berry yoghurt on top of the Weetabix and banana layer.
  • Serve: You can serve this immediately or chill it in the fridge overnight before serving.
    Just before serving, top with fresh berries and sliced almonds if using.

Option 2: Biscoff overnight Weetabix

  • Biscoff yoghurt: In a small bowl, melt the Biscoff cookie spread until it becomes runny by microwaving for 30-60 seconds. Then add the yoghurt and stir to mix.
  • Add: Pour the Biscoff yoghurt on top of the Weetbix and banana layer.
  • Serve: You can serve this immediately or chill it in the fridge overnight before serving.
    Just before serving, top with the Biscoff biscuit and sliced almonds if using. I recommend crushing half of the biscuit into smaller pieces, and sticking the other half on top of the yoghurt layer to make it pretty!

Notes

Ingredients Notes:
  • You can substitute the almond milk with any plant-based milk!
  • If you don’t have maple syrup, feel free to sub with agave nectar or any other liquid sweetener.
 
Storage and Meal Prep:
  • Store your flax pudding in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
  • If you want to meal prep, make it ahead for up to 3 days.
    • For maximum freshness, you can separate the dry ingredient (the Weetbix biscuit) from the wet ingredients (the milk mixture and the yoghurt mixture), and only mix them just before you want to serve them!
 
Other Notes:
  • For simplification purposes, the calorie information is based on the mixed berries variation. Below is the calorie information for both variations, excluding the optional toppings:
    • mixed berries version: 386 kcal
    • Biscoff version: 446 kcal