Biscoff Layer Bars much like fudge, these rich bars are made with cookie butter and has a layer of crunchy cookies!
Do you dream of a delicious and unique treat that you can make in just minutes? Look no further than Biscoff Layer Bars. This easy and decadent dessert that will have your taste buds singing! These delicious bars combine the classic flavor of Biscoff spread and a variety of other sweet ingredients to create a crunchy and creamy treat that will satisfy everyone. Not only are these bars incredibly simple to make, but they are also the perfect way to enjoy a classic treat in a new way.
With this article, you will learn all the essentials of making Biscoff Layer Bars, from the necessary ingredients to the step-by-step instructions. I will take you from start to finish of this delicious recipe.
So grab your favorite Biscoff spread, some butter, and a few other ingredients, and let’s get baking!
Biscoff Layer Bars Recipe
I’m starting a healthy eating and exercise series tomorrow. I probably should not post a decadent dessert today.
With a few simple ingredients, you can create a fudge snack that will satisfy your sweet tooth. Not only are these desserts mouth-wateringly good, but they also come together in 30 minutes or less. Plus, fans of the Lotus Biscoff cookie spread know the unique and creamy flavor will satisfy any dessert craving. Whether you want to make a quick dessert for you and your family, or bring something special to a potluck, Biscoff Layer Bars are the perfect treat!
What is Biscoff?
Biscoff is a brand of cookie butter. Cookie butter is a food paste made from ground cookies, fat, flour, and sugar. Biscoff and Speculoos are the two most popular brands of cookie butter.
I’m a huge fan of cookie butter and have made other cookie butter desserts. Three Ingredient Cookie Butter Truffles and Cookie Butter Pound Cake are two of my favorites.
Biscoff Layer Bars
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- 1 and ⅓ cup all-purpose flour
- ¾ cup light brown sugar packed
- ¾ teaspoon salt
- 6 Tablespoon cold unsalted butter cut into cubes
- ⅓ cup peanut butter chips
- ½ cup peanuts
- 10 Oreo cookies crushed
- 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
- ½ cup biscoff spread
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 9×9 baking pan or casserole dish with heavy foil allowing foil to hang over the edges. Spray foil including sides with non-stick spray.
- In a food processor, combine flour, sugar, and salt. Pulse to combine. Add butter and pulse until it looks like wet sand. Press firmly in the baking dish.
- Sprinkle the crust with peanut butter chips, peanuts then Oreos.
- In another bowl, whisk Biscoff and sweetened condensed milk until well combined and smooth. Pour over ingredients in baking dish. Spread to cover the entire crust.
- Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until edges begins to brown and the center is set. The top will turn from shiny to matte.
- Remove from oven and place on a wire rack to cool. Cool completely before cutting. You can refrigerate to speed the cooling time. Bars will cut smoother when cold.
- Cut into bars with a serrated knife. Store in refrigeratr in a n air-tight container.
Okay, never mind! I found the comments once I posted mine I saw a link that said Older comments, clicked on that and voila! There they were! 🙂
These look A.M.A.Z.I.N.G! I’m trying to read the comments, but I can’t find them. Even when I click on the 33 comments at the top, it doesn’t bring them up. Before I make a new recipe, I like to read the comments so that I can see any insider tips! I keep trying this link https://www.callmepmc.com/biscoff-layer-bars/#comments
Making these tomorrow!
Instead of peanut butter chips I’m using white chocolate chips and using golden oreos over original and subbing out the nuts.
I wonder if I do a layer of mini marshmallows instead of the nuts?! Is that too much?! lol
I’ll let you know how they turn out 😉
I think the marshmallows would be fab and not too much at all, go for it! Let me know how they are!
I don’t like peanuts or peanut butter at all – what would you think of a swap with crumbled Biscoff cookies for the peanuts and butterscotch or white chocolate chips? Is the crunch important?
oh def, you could sub any nut or if you don’t like nuts at all any crunchy cookie would work, M&Ms, white choc would be fantastic!
Krista @ joyfulhealthyeats says
haha.. way to pass the blame on Julie!! 🙂 too funny.. I think you will be alright eating these bars anyways Mrs. Skinny Minnie Runner Mom! They do look delicious though, definitely pinning. 🙂
I think I run so I can eat things like this. I’ve tried to not eat desserts, but then I’m just mean 🙂
Paula, these look so decadent and amazing with all those ooey gooey layers! Pinning!
Thank you, they were, you have to make them! Thanks for pinning!
Nancy P.@thebittersideofsweet says
I caved and never looked back!! Yum!
lol! I don’t think I’m looking back either!
Mal @ The Chic Geek says
mmm, biscoff! These look absolutely amazing!
Carrie @ Frugal Foodie Mama says
Holy cow! And WOW! 🙂 I need to make these asap, Paula! Oreos and Biscoff are PERFECT together. I may know this from experience… 😉 hehe.
I think Wesley ate one and I ate the rest of these, they are so good!
pat lambert says
I don’t want to sound “dumb”, but what heck is Biscoff.
Not dumb at all… it’s a spreadable ‘butter’ made out of cookies. It’s the consistancy of peanut butter so I’m assuming they grind it and mix with some type oil, but has a sweet taste. It’s VERY good.
This sounds wonderful…I just tried Biscoff for the first time and ….Oh, My!….it’s awesome…I was visiting in NC, came home to Florida and can’t find it here…..Yet!…..but I will find it…lol
When I saw that you mixed Biscoff with sweetened condensed milk…I though…hmmmmm, wonder what else that mixture would be good on…..hmmmmm…….any suggestions?…..anyone?
I think it would be could mixed in ice cream!
Hmmm, warmed and drizzled on ice cream….sound great
Wow Paula, these looks too tempting! Yes, Biscoff is a dangerous thing. Once you have it, you can’t stop eating it….from the jar!
Cindy Eikenberg says
Yum, Paula, these look delish! Pinning!
They you Cindy! They’re sinful! Thanks for pinning.
Julie @White Lights on Wednesday says
Ahahaha! Love these. I totally have half a jar of crunchy biscoff and Mike is on is trip. I’m thinking some baking is in order.
Julie @White Lights on Wednesday says
Oooo ooo ooo, maybe with cinnamon chips. Yes?!?!?
I knowwwww. So many possibilities! They are SO good, I obsessed over your bars since the first time I saw them!!
Anne ~ Uni Homemaker says
Biscoff and Oreos? WOW! Amazing Paula. Thanks for the recipe and pinning! These will be on my to-bake list. YUM!