If you enjoyed my Chocolate Biscuit Cream Dessert, you're in for a treat with this biscoff pudding! Presenting the Biscoff Cream Cake—inspired by the same creamy, crunchy textures, but this time with layers of Biscoff biscuits, decadent Biscoff filling, and topped off with a marbled Biscoff glaze.
Why You Should Try This Biscoff Biscuit Cream Dessert Biscoff fans, rejoice! This creamy Biscoff filling between layers of crunchy Biscoff biscuits is an experience you don't want to miss. It's the perfect culmination of flavor and texture that's easy to make.
- 250g Biscoff biscuits
- 350g Biscoff spread
- 250ml Coconut cream or vegan whipping cream
- 2 tablespoon Icing sugar
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
1. Prepare the Biscoff Layers:
To begin making this biscoff pudding, layer a glass tray with Biscoff biscuits. You can break them to fit if necessary.
2. Make the Creamy Biscoff Filling:
Mix together Biscoff spread, cream, icing sugar, and vanilla extract until you get a creamy, smooth texture.
3. Assemble the Biscoff Cream Cake:
Spread a generous layer of the creamy Biscoff filling over the biscuits in the cake tin. Repeat these layers until all ingredients are used, finishing with a layer of cream.
4. Create the Marbled Biscoff Glaze:
Melt some Biscoff spread and swirl it into the remaining cream. Pour this over the top layer of your cake, creating a marbled effect.
5. Chill and Serve:
Place the biscoff pudding in the fridge for at least 2-3 hours before serving to allow the layers to set.
- Nutty Crunch: Add some crushed almonds or pecans between the layers.
- Berry Delight: A layer of berry compote could add a fruity contrast to the Biscoff goodness.
Storing this biscoff pudding
The Biscoff Cream Cake can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3-4 days.
- Make sure to chill the cake long enough for the layers to firm up. This makes it easier to slice and serve.
There you have it—a Biscoff Cream Cake that's a twist on the popular Chocolate Biscuit Cream Dessert, but with all the spicy, caramelly goodness of Biscoff. Perfect for holidays, parties, or when you simply want a delicious, no-fuss dessert. Enjoy!
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