Fudgy Biscoff Brownies are a twist on my classic brownie recipe filled with mountains of Biscoff cookie butter spread.
I am on a massive Biscoff or cookie butter kick right now. Anyone else with me??
And the coming weeks….
We begin the cookie butter or Biscoff spread obsession saga with these gorgeous rich and fudgy Biscoff brownies.
Next week there may just be a Biscoff Rocky Road recipe….
These brownies take my ridiculously fudgy brownies and turn them into chocolate cookie butter brownies. The combination of rich chocolate and creamy spiced cookie butter is to die for!
I hope you enjoy these Fudgy Biscoff Brownies and I truly hope you give this recipe a go and remember to rate and report back your results in the comments below. I love reading your comments! Also #lightscamerabake on Instagram for a chance to be featured and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel for fun baking videos!
Fudgy Biscoff Brownies
- 3/4 Cup Butter (170g)
- 1 Cup 2 Tbsp. Dark Chocolate (190g)
- 2 Large Eggs
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 2/3 Cups Brown Sugar (140g)
- 1/3 Cup Sugar (67g)
- 1 Cup All Purpose Flour (125g)
- 1/3 Cup Cocoa (29g)
- 1/2 Cup Chocolate Chips (Optional) (90g)
- 1 Cup Biscoff Spread (200g)
- Preheat the oven to 180°C (350°F) and line a 9'x9' baking tin with baking paper.
- Melt the butter and dark chocolate together.
- Mix the eggs, sugar, brown sugar and vanilla extract together until the mixture becomes a light golden colour.
- Mix in the chocolate mixture.
- Stir in the flour and cocoa until just combined.
- Stir through the chocolate chips if you are adding them.
- Spread half of the mixture into the prepared pan in an even layer.
- Spread over 150g of the Biscoff spread. If your spread is quite stiff, through it in the microwave for 10 seconds to melt it slightly.
- Cover with the remaining brownie batter and then dollop the remaining Biscoff spread over top and swirl it through with a knife.
- Place in the oven to bake for 20-25 minutes. The top and sides will be set and the middle will have crumbs attached to a skewer inserted but should not be wet.