Things to Make with Biscoff
Whether you prefer to get your Biscoff fix from a jar or from the biscuit tin, there’s no denying that the signature warming, caramelised flavour is tough to say no to. We love making Biscoff-based treats in our kitchen, and we’ve made plenty of clever swaps so that they’re slimming friendly too. We’ve rounded up our favourite treats with Biscoff’s malted, biscuit-y goodness involved, so you can curb your cravings without going off track. From breakfast through until dessert, there’s a Biscoff-based bite for every time of day on this list. Get the kettle on and get scrolling!
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From cinnamon through to savoury ham and cheese, we love a crispy swirl when we’ve got a hankering for a low calorie, easy-to-bake burst of flavour. With only 3 ingredients and ready in less than 25 minutes – yes, you read that right – you can rustle up a batch of Biscoff Swirls to go with your next cup of tea or coffee. Just imagine those malty, caramelised flavours and crisp, puff pastry crunchiness fresh from the oven!
We love how impressive these baked swirls look compared to how little effort they take to make. Why not pop a batch in the oven for when you’re next expecting guests? Or better yet, treat yourself – you deserve it, especially at just 89 calories per swirl!
Biscoff American Pancakes
We can’t think of a better way to start the day than with a caramel-sweetened breakfast. Get inventive next time you’re rooting through the store cupboard for morning inspiration with our Lotus Biscoff American Pancakes recipe. By making the most of your Lotus Biscoff Spread and Lotus Biscoff Biscuits, you can treat the whole family to an American diner inspired breakfast spread. They taste like an indulgent treat, yet they’re actually far lower in calories than you’d expect at just 307 per portion. You’ll find this recipe in our third cookbook, Pinch of Nom Quick & Easy!
As the Biscoff name suggests, these biscuits and coffee were made to be enjoyed together. So make sure to rinse yours down with a hot cup of Joe!
Biscoff Cookie Milkshake
Who fancies a tall, cooling glass of Biscoff flavours? Our luxurious Biscoff Cookie Milkshake recipe is an even tastier alternative to tucking into a jar of Biscoff spread by the spoonful. To get the richest, maltiest flavours from our shake (without going overboard on calories), we’ve blitzed together unsweetened almond milk, salted caramel ice cream and Biscoff spread. Top with a swirl of aerosol cream, crushed Biscoff biscuits and a drizzle of caramel syrup for maximum deliciousness…
Since they’re so brilliant for baking, it’d be a shame to let your Biscoff biscuits and spread go to waste without making their way into a slimming-friendly cake recipe. We can’t think of a better excuse to crack out the cake tin and dust off your apron than our Biscoff Blondies. So simple to make, even the little ones will be able to help! We’ve added white chocolate chunks in with our Biscoff-flavoured squares, so every bite is on another level. Psst! Top with crushed Biscoff biscuit bits for an added crunch.
You’ll be able to find the full recipe and so many other sweet, comforting bakes in our Pinch of Nom: Comfort Food cookbook.
Biscoff Lava Cakes
After a baked Biscoff fix you can make in under 10 minutes? Not a problem at all with our gooey, Biscoff-filled Biscoff Lava Cakes. Whether you leave them to rise in the oven or pop them in the microwave, these heavenly puds will satisfy your sweet tooth for only 240 calories per ramekin. You can’t really say no to dessert when that offer’s on the table, can you?
We love serving up puddings in little ramekins like these; not only do they look super cute, they also make it nice and easy to keep portions even.
When you’re in the mood for dessert but you don’t feel like you’ve got much room left, a light portion of Biscoff Mousse is just the ticket. While it delivers all the deep, caramel flavours you’d hope to find in a Biscoff-based treat, the airy mixture comes in at just 196 calories per serving (biscuit crumb topping included!). They’re fridge-friendly too, so you can sweeten up your evenings throughout the week without any faf whatsoever.
With a crushed Biscoff biscuit base and a malty, Biscoff drizzle, our Biscoff Cheesecake is the perfect indulgent finale for any special occasion spread. We’ve made a few clever reduced fat swaps, so everyone can enjoy this slimming-friendly showstopper without compromising an inch on the irresistible signature caramelised flavours. It won’t last long at the centre of the table, so be sure to move quickly before every slice is gone!
Biscoff is undeniably delicious all year round, but we think it’s especially good with autumnal recipes like our Baked Pumpkin Cheesecake. The deep, warming spices in the Biscoff biscuit base pair really well with pumpkin flavours, so it’s the perfect way to work a more subtle Biscoff fix into your menu.
Biscoff Swirl Ice Cream
Some desserts are worth getting brain freeze for, and our malty Biscoff Swirl Ice Cream is definitely one of them. Deliciously creamy without a pot of cream in sight, this light, vegan, freezer-friendly treat uses just 3 ingredients and 10 minutes of your time. To get the ice cream mixture as smooth as possible for fewer calories, we’ve blended our bananas in a food processor before combining them with Biscoff spread.
For an extra-indulgent ice cream sandwich, why not layer a scoopful inside two Biscoff biscuits? You can thank us later.
Ready to bake with Biscoff?
From pancakes and milkshakes to blondies and cheesecake, we can’t get enough of Biscoff. We want to see which of these slimming-friendly Biscoff treats you’ll be making! Let us know over in our Facebook group, where we have almost 1 million members waiting to support you on your slimming journey!
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