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After a totally new take on Biscoff Biscuits recipe, it’s time, of course for Vegan Biscoff Brownies. I love brownies and in combination with Biscoff cookie butter spread, they are just impossible to resist. If you love brownies, then this recipe is for you.
Vegan Biscoff Brownies
The Biscoff spread makes all the difference with this recipe. The delicious taste of cinnamon and caramel is just heavenly.
This recipe is very simple to prepare and the taste is so good. Brownies are taking the place of pastries and cakes regularly found every time at tea parties. Chocolate lovers admire the taste and joy of each bite of brownies. Vegan cocoa lovers are rare but they at least exist.
The best thing about these brownies is that you can make them at home. You don’t have to bake for hours and can make them whenever you want.
I’ve made these Biscoff Brownies a few times so I’ve adjusted the recipe to make it as easy as possible.
Let’s see some FAQs about Vegan Biscoff Brownies before we jump to the recipe card.
What chocolate should you use for Vegan Biscof Brownies?
Sometimes It can be difficult to find good quality vegan chocolate. If you are unable to find it in your local store, Moo-Free is recommended.
You can also cut the bars into the desired size pieces. Add it to the dough. Add the chocolate chips or almonds if you don’t love white chocolate. You can do whatever you like.
How do you store Biscoff brownies?
The brownies should be cooled to room temperature before being placed in an airtight container. Keep them in the fridge. If they are stored properly, their shelf life is approximately four to five days. Baking them for longer than this will make them soggy.
Can you freeze Biscoff Brownies?
You can freeze them and avoid refrigeration. Place them in an airtight container. Freeze. The storage time is two months.
Once the cookies are frozen, transfer them to a wire rack. Then let them cool at room temperature. Let them sit for at least 1 hour to thaw. Do not refreeze brownies.
How do I purchase Bsicoff Spread?
Biscoff Spread is easy to find in Europe, but it can be difficult for non-Europeans to find. Biscoff Spread is imported and exported by many countries. It is also available on Amazon for people from the UK or ISA.
Amazon may be too expensive for people in the USA. Instead, try Trader Joe’s cookies butter. The same flavor will be available at a lower price. Visit supermarkets such as Asda or Tesco in the UK if you are a UK resident.
Preparation Time: 15 min
Cooking Time: 22 min
Total Time: 37 min
- Cocoa Powder – 2.8 oz
- Baking Powder – 1 tsp
- Vegan margarine – 4.2 oz (melted)
- Caster Sugar – 8.8 oz
- Unsweetened Soy milk – 5.6 oz
- All-purpose flour – ½ cup
- Vegan chocolate chips – ½ cup
- Biscoff biscuits – 10
- Biscoff Spread – 4.2 oz
- Nuts (Optional),
Check for these ingredients at supermarkets if you don’t find any at your home or at nearby local stores.
Follow the instructions carefully to bake the best ever vegan brownies.
- Preheat the oven at around 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Take out a baking Tin and layer a baking sheet in it leaving the edges free.
- Take a small bowl and add cocoa powder, baking powder and sugar. Also, mix the flour in it.
- Add margarine, and soy milk to the above ingredients and mix well. Make a thick batter.
- Add in chocolate chips and keep stirring.
- Now in the baking tin, transfer this prepared batter. Spread it evenly as much as possible.
- Heat the biscoff Spread to melt it and then add it on brownie batter in the tin. After the biscoff Spread, layer the biscoff biscuits. (You can also top them with some nuts, if you like)
- Baking time is around 20 minutes.
- Allow the brownies to cool at room temperature. Then put them in the fridge and let them sit for two hours.
- After 2 hours, take brownies out in the serving tray and cut them into 10 or 12 pieces.
In each cookie, you will get 348 kcal of calories, 47 grams of carbs, 108 mg of Sodium, 15 grams of fat, and 4 grams of protein.
Cooking tips for this recipe includes some recipe variations that you can try to enjoy in different varieties.
- Use the leftover Biscoff in cheesecakes, cupcakes, or puddings.
- Biscoff is the main ingredient but if you can’t find it no worries, there are some alternatives that work great. Like Trader Joe’s cookies butter.
- You can add a mix of both white and dark chocolate chips. It is up to you which flavors you want to keep and which you want to omit.
- Sprinkle cocoa powder on the top if you prefer cocoa powder taste. It is recommended to mix cocoa powder with icing sugar and then sprinkle on the brownies before putting them in the microwave.
Vegan Biscoff Brownies are a great new spin on the classic brownies and are sure to be a new favorite for any chocolate and Biscoff devotees.
We hope you enjoy this Vegan Biscoff Brownies recipe and let us know what you think in the comments below. Enjoy the vegan versions of your favorite brownies.