Believe me, you really do want to try these caramel-y, biscuit-y, creamy blondies. Just don’t blame me if you then get addicted to eating Biscoff off a spoon.
Sweet buttery, caramel-y deliciousness
Have you ever tried Biscoff spread? It looks like peanut butter (well, kind of) but tastes like melted biscuits – of the English variety that is.
Ever dunked a ginger biscuit in tea and enjoyed it melting into a delicious goo in your mouth? Sorry, I know that might sound disgusting to some of you, but it’s the best way to describe the deliciousness that is Biscoff.
And hey, guess what? Biscoff spread tastes delicious licked off a spoon, but you can also make the most amazing blondies with it!
What do the blondies taste like?
Apart from melted, gooey, caramel-y English biscuits?
The taste of the Biscoff spread in these blondies is subtle(ish), but there. Just by the taste, if I had to describe the blondies in any other way I’d call them biscuit caramel blondies.
These certainly aren’t going to end up in any diet cook books. They are very sweet! You have been warned!
But hey, you deserve a treat, right? Just cut them into really small squares and you’ll be fine.
What ingredients do you need?
After you’ve bought a jar of Biscoff spread and some white chocolate chips, it’s very possible that you already have most of the other ingredients you need to make these.
Altogether, you only need 8 ingredients to make these, and 2 of those are vanilla and salt, which at a push you could miss out.
Things you’ll probably have to buy:
Biscoff spread and white chocolate chips
Things you might already have:
- brown sugar
- an egg
- a bit of flour (just half a cup)
- vanilla and salt to bring out the yummy flavours even more
How to make them
The second best thing about these (the first is how delicious they are!) is how quick and easy they are to make. They take just half an hour from start to finish.
The main reason for this is that they contain oil not butter – although you could use melted butter instead if you like. Because of this there’s no creaming of butter and sugar or anything fancy like that.
You just add the dry ingredients to the wet, fold the chocolate chips through, pour into a baking pan and bake.
A few more really easy baking recipes for you
- 5-minute chocolate banana ice cream (healthy nice cream!)
- 6-ingredient gooey Swedish chocolate cake (you’ve got to try this!)
- Easy magic lemon pudding (the most controversial recipe on my blog, but wow it’s good!)
- No bowl chocolate pecan bars (magic bars)
- 5-minute chocolate pots (only 4 ingredients)
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Biscoff and white chocolate blondies
Ingredients (UK/Australia? Click below for grams/ml)
- ⅓ cup oil I used canola oil but really any is fine
- ¾ cup dark brown sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- ½ cup Biscoff spread
- a pinch of salt
- ½ cup flour
- ½ teaspoon baking powder
- 3½ ounces chopped white chocolate increase this amount a bit if you like
- Line an 8 x 8 inch baking pan with baking paper and pre-heat oven to 180C/350F.
- Pour the oil into a medium bowl and whisk the sugar into it. Add the egg and vanilla and whisk again. Finally, stir in the Biscoff spread.
- Mix in the salt, flour and baking powder. Don’t over-mix.
- Gently fold the chocolate through.
- Tip the mixture into the baking pan (it’ll be quite thick – don’t worry!) and bake for 20 minutes or until a skewer plunged into the centre comes out clean.
- Allow to cool, then slice into 16 squares.