In the way Nutella took the country by storm, I believe Biscoff Spread is headed in the same direction. Have you heard of this delightful creation? It’s a creamy spread (like a peanut butter) but it’s made from Lotus’ Biscoff cookies! Europeans have been enjoying these cookies with their coffee for years, but I have only tasted them recently. They are nice and crisp with a bit of cinnamon. They taste like a graham crackers for adults! So you can only imagine how wonderful the spread is on bagels, toast, apples…you name it!
I decided to create something with the Biscoff spread and I wanted to use a little of the cookies in this recipe as well. I felt like making a no-bake pie so of course it was easy! You’ll find you can whip this up in no time…just leave a couple hours aside so it sets up in the fridge…
I’d like to thank Miki for her post on Chocolate Snack Cake with Biscoff Buttercream which brought me Biscoff Spread Awareness! I think we need a month for that…what do you think?
I’m ready to see what else I can come up with using this spread. My addiction has only just begun…
Biscoff Cream Pie
by Zim on a Whim
1 chocolate (Oreo) pre-made pie crust
1 small package instant vanilla pudding (3-4 oz.)
1 cup milk
1/2 cup Biscoff spread, melted
8 oz. tub of Cool Whip topping, thawed
A handful of crushed Biscoff cookies for decoration (and a little crunch)
In a large bowl, add in the instant vanilla pudding and the milk.
Measure 1/2 cup of the Biscoff spread into a small microwaveable bowl and melt it in the microwave for 1 minute on medium power. Add the melted spread to the vanilla pudding and milk.
Using a hand mixer, mix the pudding, milk, and spread until well combined. Fold in the thawed Cool Whip with a spoon until well combined. (You can use the hand mixer again for this if you prefer, but do it quickly and don’t overmix.)
Pour into the pie crust.
Take a few of the Biscoff cookies and put them in a resealable bag. Using a rolling pin, crush up the cookies into crumbs. (This can also be done in a food processor but I didn’t want to have to clean mine.) Sprinkle the crushed cookies on top of the pie.
Chill for about 2 hours in the refrigerator, and then dive in!