Did someone say Biscoff fudge? This uniquely spiced caramel biscuit has certainly made quite the impression across the world. Not to mention the Lotus Biscoff biscuit spread causing families to fight over who gets the last spoonful!
This Biscoff Fudge recipe is so simple to make. Just add the Biscoff biscuit spread into one of our delicious fudge recipes and top with crushed Lotus Biscoff biscuits for a taste sensation.
The great thing about this fudge recipe, is that even if you’re on a budget it won’t cost you the world to make as the supermarkets are plentiful of caramel biscuits and cookie butter alternatives. Wink, Wink. We’ve got your back.
So, if you love Biscoff, then this is the fudge recipe for you. Carry on reading to follow our wonderful recipe.
What does Lotus Biscoff taste like?
Lotus Biscoff biscuits taste like richer and crunchier versions of a gingerbread man. Think gingerbread but instead of ginger it’s cinnamon. Add in the addition of a dark caramel and we’ve hit the nail on the head for a Lotus Biscoff biscuit.
Biscoff Fudge Recipe
At Call Me Fudge, life can be sweet. We’ve curated this recipe with the addition of dark chocolate just to take the edge off the sweetness and to enhance the deep caramel notes. Thus, this is primarily a white chocolate fudge recipe with an additional boost from the dark side.
Alternatively, you can opt to use milk chocolate or dark chocolate by themselves but you may find that these chocolates overpower the Biscoff flavor.
Not a fan of dark chocolate at all? Not to worry, as you won’t even be able to notice its part of the fudge ingredients but you can opt to use all white chocolate instead.
Equipment and tools needed to make Biscoff fudge
- Large microwave safe bowl
- Measuring cups
- Measuring spoons
- Silicone spatula
- 8x8inch square baking tin/ tin lined with parchment paper
Love Biscoff? Love fudge? This is a perfect easy Biscoff fudge recipe that can be made using the microwave with a handful of ingredients!
- Start by melting the white chocolate, dark chocolate and condensed milk and butter in the microwave.
- Melt the chocolate in short bursts of 40 second intervals to prevent the chocolate from burning – after all no one wants the rancid taste of burnt chocolate lingering on their tongue. Remember to stir the fudge mixture too, so it melts evenly.
- Once these have melted you’ll notice that it becomes more of a firm and cohesive mixture.
- Wait 5 minutes for the fudge mixture to cool off as adding the Biscoff spread straight away may cause oil separation!
- Now you can add in the Biscoff spread and corn syrup to the fudge. Stirring well, make sure that the caramel colour runs through every bite so that you have the taste of Biscoff flavour.
- Chuck in the crushed Biscoff biscuits, stirring till there is an even distribution of crunch.
- Now pour the fudge mixture into the square baking tin and pat down with your silicone spatula, working from the centre out into the corners of the tin.
- Stick and press the whole biscuits into the fudge. You can break some of the Biscoff biscuits into small chunks if you wish – this will make the fudge easier to cut.
- Let the fudge cool completely before setting firmly in the refrigerator.
- Set in the fridge for 2-3 hours until firm.
- Once set, remove from the pan by grabbing the overhanging sides of the parchment paper and place onto a cutting board.
- Slice into 36 pieces using a sharp knife and you’re ready to serve.
How to store Biscoff fudge
You can store our Biscoff fudge in an airtight container and place it in the fridge. It will keep for 2-3 weeks depending how quickly it is eaten!
If you need to store your fudge for a longer length of time, then you may want to consider putting it in the freezer.
For party favors you can wrap the fudge pieces in cellophane bags the day before gifting your recipient.
To find out more about the best way to store your fudge, check out our information blog!
Can you make Biscoff fudge in the slow cooker?
You can make Biscoff fudge in the slow cooker.
Just add the microwaved ingredients (chocolate, condensed milk and butter) into your slow cooker all at once. Set your slow cooker to a low heat, and come back to the mixture after 2-3 hours. The mixture will be waiting for you to stir in the rest of the ingredients.
Check out our guide to making fudge in a slow cooker!
What goes well with Biscoff?
The Biscoff flavor is synonymous of caramel, so when it comes to pairing it with other flavors to make other delicious recipes, we recommend options similar to that of banoffee.
– Tiramisu (instead of using traditional lady finger sponges use the biscuits)
– Banoffee pie (crush these biscuits instead of digestive biscuits), try adding it to our Banoffee fudge recipe!
Some would consider cookie butter as the closest alternative to the classic Lotus Biscoff spread.
However, the term cookie butter can be used for many other flavored cookie spreads out in the market.
What if there is oil separation on my Biscoff fudge?
Oil separation on fudge can be caused by adding the spread too early. Wait for the fudge mixture to cool slightly (5 minutes) prior to adding the spread.
This fudge tastes amazing with a glass of cold milk or a cup of coffee will compliment this fudge well.
We hope you enjoyed our version of a Biscoff fudge, which is great for any occasion and a one hit wonder for those a fan of the famous spread.
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