Biscoff Brownies

Biscoff biscuits have to be one of my favourite biscuits out there, so why wouldn’t you put them in a brownie. This is a super rich but delicious recipe perfect for a weekend treat and super easy to recreate. The inspiration for this recipe came from the amazing Janes Patisserie so be sure to check her out if you haven’t already.

Prep Time: 15 mins

Cook Time: 25 – 30 mins

Portions: 9 – 12 Brownies


  • 200g Dark Chocolate
  • 200g Unsalted Butter
  • 4 Eggs
  • 270g Caster Sugar
  • 90g Plain Flour
  • 35g Cocoa Powder
  • 70g White chocolate (cut into chucks)
  • 70g Dark Chocolate (Cut into
  • 100g Lotus Biscoff Biscuits Chopped into small chunks
  • 10 Tsp Lotus Biscoff Biscuit Spread
  • 9 whole Biscoff Biscuits (to top with)


  1. First you will need to preheat your oven to 160c/ Gas Mark 3 and prepare your brownie tin by lining it with grease proof paper
  2. Now melt you chocolate and butter together slowly over a bain- marie (put a bowl over a pan off boiling water) or if you prefer you can do this in a microwave. But be sure to do this in quick 30 second bursts as you don’t want to burn it. Now put this to one side to cool slightly
  3. Next you need to whisk your eggs and sugar together until they become thick and creamy, they should also double in size. I would recommend you do this with an electric whisk as it can take some time, but if you only have a hand whisk this will work to so don’t worry. But it will take a bit more time and muscles
  4. Now fold your chocolate and butter mix into your eggs slowly trying to keep as much air in the mix as possible
  5. Ones that is done it’s time to slowly fold in your flour and cocoa powder into the chocolatey brownie batter
  6. Right, now it’s the fun part time to add the chopped white and dark chocolate and biscuit chunks into your batter
  7. Now add your batter to your tin and then evenly swirl teaspoons of the biscoff spread on top of the batter and decorate with your whole biscoff biscuits
  8. Baking time! They will take approximately 25 mins in the oven and should be crisp on the outside and gooey in the middle. I would recommend you leave them to cool in the oven until they are completely cool before you cut them as I find this gives the best result
  9. Now it’s time to enjoy

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