7 Delicious Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Hacks

Are you looking for more than just another boring Optavia Blueberry Biscuit hack? I’ve got you covered.

I’ll show you some of the best recipes I’ve developed to turn these biscuits into something extraordinary.

I’ve been testing and tweaking (without adding extra calories or complex ingredients), so you don’t have to feel guilty about indulging.

I will also cover a few classic Optavia-approved ingredients in these recipes, as well as show you how to safely substitute your favorite toppings and spices.

Plus, I’ll explain each step of the process, so you can make sure it comes out just right!

With a few simple alterations, I guarantee your Optavia Blueberry Biscuits will be transformed into delicious pancakes, waffles, muffins, and even shakes.

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My Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Hacks

I started hacking my fuelings over a year ago, simply because I didn’t like the monotony of eating the same food every day.

For me, “hacking” means experimenting and changing the form, flavor, and texture of fuelings to make them taste better, without adding any extra calories.

As a result, I was able to create some really cool recipes, as well as my own DIY Optavia fuelings from scratch.

Below are our top 7 ways to hack and transform Optavia’s Blueberry Biscuits into all sorts of delicious treats.

1. Optavia blueberry biscuit waffle hack

Do you wanna know how to waffle Optavia blueberry biscuits?

I have tried many variations to make delicious waffles.

The main thing I can say is that following the instructions will not result in good, crispy waffles, which I prefer.

Here’s the photo of the one that I like the most.

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  • 1 sweet blueberry biscuit mix
  • 2 Tbsp egg whites
  • 5 Tbsp water (Update: Some of you reached out, saying that 5 tablespoons of water were too much. So we recommend trying 2-3 tablespoons instead.
  • 1/8 tsp baking soda
  • 1/8 tsp cinnamon (optional)

How to prepare

In a large bowl, mix together all ingredients, and let sits for 2-3 minutes.

Preheat the waffle iron to the desired temperature.

(This is usually 375°F (191°C) but may depend on your waffle maker.)

Next, I made 2 full-sized waffles in the dash.

If possible, pop it in the air fryer for a minute. This will make your Optavia blueberry biscuit waffle more crispy.

Cook the waffle until golden and crisp.

Sometimes I use low-calorie syrup from Walden Farm.

On Optavia, you can have two tablespoons of syrup, so I like to use one for waffles and one with my morning coffee, instead of the coffee creamer.

2. Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Muffin Hack

I recently wanted to try something new with Optavia Blueberry Biscuits, and I settled on hacking them into a muffin.

I tried multiple techniques, but I found that there were two options that I really like:

  • Oven-baked mini muffin
  • Microwave-baked mini muffin

Plus, no matter what kind of fueling flavor you’re in the mood for, there’s sure to be a delicious recipe that can satisfy your carb-loading and protein needs!

Oven-baked mini muffin

I decided to see if I could improve on Optavia’s original blueberry muffin recipe by adding a few ingredients and baking them in the oven.

Here’s what one serving size looks like.

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For this recipe, 1 serving equals 6-7 mini muffins, as shown in the photo above.

Tasty and satisfying.

Plus, the blueberries were moist, not chewy!

Small spoiler. This is my favorite way so far!


Here you can see all the main and optional ingredients:

  • 1 sweet blueberry biscuit mix fueling
  • 3 tablespoons water
  • 1/8 teaspoon baking soda (optional)
  • 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon (optional)

Keep in mind that 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon, as well as 1 teaspoon of baking soda, equals 1 condiment each.

How to prepare

First, start by mixing together all ingredients in a bowl.

Ensure your oven is pre-heated at 375°F (191°C).

Take a muffin pan (I use Walfos Mini Silicone Muffin Pan, which doesn’t require any non-stick spray) and fill up 6-7 cups.

Next, bake everything for 7 minutes, until the tops of the muffins start to peak.

Once you take the muffins out of the oven, let them rest on the side.

By the way, Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Muffins are best to eat the same day they are made.

However, if you are meal prepping your food in advance, it’s ok to store them in the refrigerator for later use.

Microwave-baked mini muffin

Another way to hack the Optavia blueberry biscuit fueling is in the microwave for only 1.5 minutes. (85 seconds… we timed it.)

Here’s a photo of the end result.

photo of Optavia Blueberry Biscuit hack microwave-baked mini muffin

On top of this muffin you can see that I used 1 tablespoon of Philadelphia Light, which only has 46 calories (1).

But other brands are also good, like Happy Belly Light Cream Cheese or Great Value from Walmart.

  • 1 sweet blueberry biscuit mix fueling
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 1 tablespoon of egg whites
  • 1 pinch of baking powder
How to prepare

For preparation, start by mixing 1 Optavia blueberry biscuit fueling together with 1 tablespoon of egg whites, 2 tablespoons of water, and a pinch of baking powder.

Take a muffin cup (or mug) and use an olive oil spray to ensure the muffin doesn’t stick.

After you mix everything, pour the liquid into a muffin cup and microwave for 1.5 minutes.

After cooking it will slide right out when you tip it over.

Finally, take out the muffins, but save the mug. You can use the same mug while is hot to melt 1 tablespoon of low-fat cream cheese.

If you prefer, you can also mix it with 1 tsp of zero-calorie sweetener for the frosting on the top.

3. Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Pancake Hack

Preparing Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Pancake is the perfect way to wake up your spouse on a special Saturday morning.

It looks a little festive to me because of the lemon flavor and a little cream on top.

Here’s the photo.

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It’s thick, fluffy, and all-around delicious with just a few ingredients that are probably already in your kitchen if you follow the Optavia diet.

It’s easier than you think to make these two pancakes. 


Here is a list of all ingredients:

  • 1 sweet blueberry biscuit mix fueling
  • 2 tablespoons of unsweetened almond milk or water
  • 1 tablespoon of egg whites
  • 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 1/8 teaspoon of cinnamon (my favorite Feast Mode Honey)
  • 1 lemon zest
  • zero-sugar whipped topping (I use Reddi-Wip)

How to prepare

First, mix all of the ingredients, except for the whipped cream.

To get the lemon zest, just use a grater.

Divide the obtained consistency into two portions.

To fry the pancake, you can use a pancake pan, waffle iron, or if you are a skilled cook, a simple skillet.

I like to use a mini waffle iron (you can use a griddle) until the light goes out and the pancake is golden.

After frying, let it cool and sprinkle a small portion of sugar-free whipped cream on top or just add a little sugar-free maple syrup.

Or both. (It’s so delicious.)

4. Optavia Blueberry Biscuit with free-sugar Lemonade

This recipe is great for those who prefer the original recipe but want to add a twist.

Here you don’t use water.

Instead, you can use free-sugar lemonade (or any free-sugar beverage).

Here’s what it looks like.

Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Lemonade Hack

Also, this recipe is a great alternative to the previous lemon zest recipe, but it’s easier and faster.


  • 1 sweet blueberry biscuit mix fueling
  • 3 tablespoons of sugar-free lemonade

How to prepare

To start, add 3 tablespoons of cold sugar-free lemonade (instead of water) into the provided tray.

Then, add the content of 1 sachet Optavia blueberry biscuit fueling and stir well.

Next, microwave everything for 50-60 seconds, and let it rest for 3-5 minutes to cool down and set.

I use Great Value Lemonade like in the photo above, but you can use any calorie-free beverage. I noticed that lemon pairs well with blueberries, but feel free to experiment.

5. Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Yogurt Hack

Another way to hack your boring Optavia fueling into a robust protein-rich snack is by mixing it with yogurt.

This is the easiest and quickest way to not only make your Optavia Blueberry Biscuit taste better, but also add more proteins.

Here’s the photo.

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Here you see I’ve mixed Optavia Sweet Blueberry Biscuit Mix with Oikos Triple Zero vanilla.

Although I use Oikos Triple Zero usually as my go-to Optavia fueling substitute, I also like to experiment with hacks.


  • 1 sweet blueberry biscuit mix fueling
  • 3 tablespoons of sugar-free lemonade
  • 1 container (150 grams) of Oikos Triple Zero yogurt (vanilla or lemon tart)

How to prepare

(Everything takes less than 20 seconds.)

Start by pouring 1 sweet blueberry biscuit mix into the Oikos Triple Zero yogurt.

I use the full container of 5.3 oz (150 grams) and divided it into 2 portions.

Mix everything together.

If you divide the hack into two portions, one serving size contains around 90 calories and 15 grams of protein.

If you choose to eat everything at once, the whole thing has 180 calories and over 30 grams of protein.

Try different combinations of yogurts.

6. Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Shake Hack

It seems that this combination of blueberry biscuit and shake is quite strange, but I can assure you that you will be delighted with such a recipe.

Here’s what the Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Shake looks like.

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  • 1 Optavia Sweet Blueberry Biscuit Mix
  • 1 Crazy Cups Berries and Cream Flavored Coffee
  • 2 oz of unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • 1/2 tablespoon of sugar-free Torani Original Raspberry Syrup
  • 1/2 tablespoon of Torani Sugar-Free French Vanilla Syrup
  • 2 drops of McCormick Cake Batter Flavor extract
  • 1.5 cups of ice cubes

How to prepare

Start by mixing all the ingredients together. I use a stainless steel Ice Shaker with a plastic lid to mix all ingredients.

It is convenient to take it with me in the car, and it keeps the drink cold for a long time. 

If you don’t have any Crazy Cups flavored coffee on hand, any Optavia-approved Starbucks coffee will suffice for that fragrant black coffee kick. 

(Ideally doppio.)

To make it even better, you can put everything in a blender and make a frappe.

If you prefer some different syrup you can always change it, but keep it in proportion.

7. Combine two Optavia fuelings

Lastly, if you don’t have any ingredients on hand, you can hack your Optavia Sweet Blueberry Biscuit Mix with other fuelings.

The next hack is for those who like to mix different types of sachets.

For example, I love vanilla shake fueling, so of course, I tried mixing them together to create something amazing.

Here’s the photo.

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Here you see I combined two Optavia fuelings together to make a dough.

From here, I’ve done little fueling biscuits (photo on the bottom left).

On the right, you see I’ve made a pancake roll and portioned it into 4 servings.


  • 1 Optavia Sweet Blueberry Biscuit Mix
  • 1 Optavia Creamy Vanilla Shake Mix
  • 2 tablespoons of egg whites
  • 6 tablespoons of water

How to prepare

To create a pancake pie you need

Start by mixing 1 sachet of blueberry biscuit with 1 sachet of a vanilla shake mix.

Then, add 2 tablespoons of egg whites, and 6 tablespoons of water.

Preheat the oven to 375°F (191°C).

Place the dough on the parchment paper and bake for about 9-10 minutes.

After preparing the dough, let it cool down a little.

Then turn the dough over with the paper facing up and slowly remove the parchment.

Optionally, you can spread fat-free yogurt with a different flavor, or low-calorie cheese with lemon zest, cinnamon, or fresh blueberry.

Variations may be different for your taste.

To make the pancakes, I grease the pan and cut the pancake into equal squares. I stack them one on top of the other to form mini pies. I eat two portions and save the other two for later.

3 thoughts on “7 Delicious Optavia Blueberry Biscuit Hacks”

  1. The Optavia blueberry waffle hack wasn’t as expected. Mine turned out too runny, and even though I sprayed my waffle iron with oil, it stuck so badly that it made a mess of my waffle iron. I had to add coconut flour to thicken it, and then it tasted fine. I think if you use only 2 Tbsp of water, it will work out better.

    • Yikes! I’m sorry to hear that the Optavia blueberry waffle hack didn’t turn out as expected for you, Julie. Thanks for sharing your experience and for the helpful tip about using only 2 Tbsp of water for a better result.

  2. I did the blueberry waffle, and it was super runny, and when I put it in my waffle dash maker, it oozed all out onto my countertop. I think 5 tablespoons of water is way too much. If I do it again I’m gonna cut it back to two or 3 tablespoons.


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