So. Much. Sugar. 

During the holidays, Tobes and I have made this recipe that we actually came across in a B&M email newsletter a year ago and bookmarked for an opportunity. Lockdown has been that opportunity.

It’s not until you’re actually putting the recipe together that it seems like a child’s wish list of what to include in a recipe. These are sugar, sugar and more sugar so definitely not for the more health conscious amongst us but they were fun to make with a 5 year old which is pretty important when you’re baking with children in my opinion so they don’t end up watching you do everything or wreck the room puffing icing sugar around in a scene reminiscent of an 80’s school disco where you were almost blinded by dry ice.

The recipe suggests that it serves 8-10 but we found that they’re so sweet we enjoyed them more as smaller pieces and therefore got a lot more servings.

Fancy giving them a go for yourself? Follow the recipe below!

Biscoff Biscuit Traybake Recipe

Prep Time: 1 hour

Chilling Time: 2 – 3 hours

Ingredients

  • Biscoff Biscuits 150g (crushed)
  • Icing Sugar 300g (sifted)
  • Unsalted Butter 250g (melted)
  • Biscoff Spread 275g (melted)
  • Milk Chocolate 200g (melted)
  • Dark Chocolate 200g (melted)
  • White Chocolate 100g (melted)
  • Extra Biscoff biscuits and spread for decoration
Method
  • Mix together crushed biscuits and icing sugar
  • Mix the melted butter and Biscoff spread.
  • Pour the butter/Biscoff mixture into the dry ingredients
  • Squash mixture into a lined and greased baking tin
  • Gently melt the milk and dark choc over a pan of boiling water
  • Pour the melted chocolate on top of the biscoff base, then add extra toppings: melted white chocolate, melted Biscoff spread, crumbled Biscoff biscuits and chunks of biscuit.
  • Put into the fridge to set – at least 2 hours but the longer the better

There’s a little video tutorial to follow here if you like a visual guide but the recipe is really easy to follow.

Would we bother again?

We’ll definitely make these again. They’re nice for a special treat after a meal, a nice accompaniment to a cuppa and I think they’d make a great addition to a party or buffet spread (once we return from the Twilight Zone.) If you decide to give them a go let me know what you think of them. Happy baking!

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