Biscoff Baking Bonanza

Hello everyone!

I hope you’re all hungry as I certainly have a treat for you today, yesterday I made what could easily be pictured in a dream – or my dreams – Biscoff cupcakes! You can never have enough! I absolutely love the biscuits and I recently discovered that they’ve put those beautiful biscuits into a spread and honestly, if you haven’t tried it you’re missing out!

I altered the recipe from one of my Mum’s baking books for just simple vanilla cupcakes and will take you through the recipe now, you’ll have to let me know if you end up making these! There was a lot of you Twitter friends thinking I would be baking something triple chocolate but sometimes you just have to branch out. It was worth it!

The recipe is super simple to use and there’s not very many ingredients either!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cake Ingredients:
  • 175g Soft Butter / Margarine.
  • 175g Soft Brown Caster Sugar.
  • 3 Eggs.
  • 175g Self-Raising Flour.
  • 1 1/2 x 5ml spoons Baking Powder.
  • 2 1/2 x 15ml spoons Biscoff Biscuit Spread.
  • Crumbled Biscoff Biscuits.
Icing Ingredients:

  • 150g Soft Butter / Margarine.
  • 300g Icing Sugar.
  • 3 x 15 ml spoons Biscoff Biscuit Spread. – More if you wish!
  • Crumbled Biscoff Biscuits and whole biscuits.
  • A little bit of milk can be added too if the mix is too stiff.

One of my lovely readers found a vegan recipe for these cakes, so if any of you are vegan then you can find the recipe here.

Recipe:
  • Set the oven to 160 degrees C (325 degrees F).
  • Prepare your cupcake tins.
  • Put margarine, sugar and Biscoff Biscuit Spread into a bowl and cream together till smooth.
  • Add in the sifted flour, eggs, baking powder and crumbled biscuits. (Put a few in a sandwich bag and just crush with a wooden spoon or rolling pin).
  • Spoon the mix into the cupcake cases and bake for 15-20 minutes or until risen and golden brown.
  • Allow the cakes to cool whilst making the icing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Mix the icing sugar, margarine and Biscoff Biscuit Spread, keep tasting as you go along and add more in if you want – you can’t have enough!
  • Pipe the icing onto the cakes, however you wish and add half a biscuit on top to decorate. Add a sprinkle of crumbled biscuits to finish them off!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well, that’s that – I told you it was simple! I hope you have enjoyed reading and drooling over my cakes / photographs, they’ve made me hungry so I’m going to have to go have another, oops sorry, that’s teasing you all a little. It’s also safe to say that they are boyfriend friendly because one appeared and then vanished in about 20 seconds – the cake that is, the boyfriend is still here…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biscoff haven’t asked me to write this post, I simply love their products a ridiculous amount and thought I’d turn them into a lovely cupcake treat. You’ll have to let me know what you think and whether you use my recipe to bake them yourself, if you don’t you have to at least try the biscuit spread, it’s delicious!

Let me know as well whether you think I am a worthy wearer of the ‘Star Baker’ apron!

All photographs included in this post are my own.

 

 

33 Comments

  1. These look gorgeous. I’ll have to make a batch for myself!

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! Enjoy!

  2. Melissa Major says:

    oh wow these biscoff cupcakes look amazing! I am a fan of biscoff biscuits so need to try out the recipe!
    Melissa 🌙 |

    http://www.moonlightmel.co.uk

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! You definitely do, they’re delicious!

  3. Drooling over here! I know I saw these teased on Twitter yesterday, but they look even better today! The spread is sooooo good! 🤤

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Ahh thank you! You’ll have to make them soon, they’re worth it I promise! 😀

  4. Oh my goodness. Look at them!!! They look amazing lovely. I’m curious, can I use actual butter over marg?

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! Yes of course, I probably should have written that – I regularly use one or the other and the cakes always turn out the same! x

      1. Yesss!! These are sooo happening in my house this weekend! x

        1. Imogen Chloe says:

          Yayyy, let me know how they turn out! 😀 x

  5. These look so pretty, almost too perfect to eat! Definitely got a cake craving now, damn…

    Megan // https://pixieskiesblog.wordpress.com

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! You should definitely bake these, just saying! 😉

  6. These look so good! I’m vegan so couldn’t make/eat them but I’m sure there are vegan versions out there (off I go to ask google)…

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! Hope you can find a vegan alternative as they’re so yummy – let me know if you do and I’ll add the link in to this post. x

      1. From a quick Google search, I came across this blog with a vegan recipe. 😊 http://www.thelittleblogofvegan.com/2018/04/vegan-lotus-biscoff-cupcakes-recipe.html

        1. Imogen Chloe says:

          Amazing! I’ve added it in – thank you. 😀

          1. That’s awesome! Thank you for being open-minded 😄

          2. Imogen Chloe says:

            Of course! If I can find a method / recipe for everyone to enjoy them then I will, not here to judge anyone’s lifestyle / dietary choices! Thank you for sharing the recipe with me. x

  7. Yummy! I’ll have to try this out

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! Let me know how they turn out! 😀

  8. YES PLEASE they look sooooo good!!

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Eeek, thank you! Let me know if you make them!

  9. I must try this out at the weekend, I’m obsessed with biscoff at the moment! Thank you for sharing!

    Rebecca | rebeccalouised.wordpress.com

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      It’s delicious isn’t it, the spread is to die for too! Thank you!

  10. OneCaringMom says:

    These look absolutely delicious. I’ve recently discovered the spread and it is incredible. I’ve been missing out!

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! Ahh me too! I avoided it like the plague as I thought oh it’ll just be one of those things which doesn’t actually taste like the biscuits, but it does and I can’t get enough! Apparently the crunchy biscuit Biscoff spread is just as good too, have you tried it?

  11. These look so good! I also had a good chuckle at ” It’s also safe to say that they are boyfriend friendly because one appeared and then vanished in about 20 seconds – the cake that is, the boyfriend is still here…”

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Haha, thank you so much – glad you enjoyed! Let me know if you end up making them!

  12. Post should come with a warning – don’t try to lick the screen while reading! These look delish!

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Hahahaha I’m sorry, I’ll add one next time just for you! Thank you!

  13. Omg these look amazing might try these next week with the kids in half term!

    1. Imogen Chloe says:

      Thank you! Ooh enjoy, let me know if you do!

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