Who doesn’t love Biscoff? (Picture: Facebook)
It’s back to the drawing board for us Brits who mastered the banana bread last year.
Now under our third national lockdown, many of us may be looking for more challenging recipes to get busy with.
So, let this Biscoff and white chocolate cookie pie be your next task.
Amateur baker Amelia Lloyd shared her recipe to make the stuff using a few baking ingredients you probably have at home or can pick up from any supermarket.
The baker from Berkshire shared her popular creation on Facebook cookery group, ‘Baking It Simple’.
Followers were drooling at the mouth-watering images of the pie, vowing to make their own versions.
If you were looking for some dessert inspo, you can also make your own. You’ll need butter, flour, brown and white sugar, chocolate chips and a jar of sweet cinnamon spread.
Delish (Picture: Facebook)
- 230g unsalted butter
- 110g white granulated sugar
- 279g light brown sugar
- 2 medium eggs
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 550g plain flour
- 2 teaspoons bicarbonate of soda
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoons cornflour
- 100g milk chocolate chips
- 100g white chocolate chips
- 400g Biscoff spread
- 200/300g white baking chocolate
- To begin, mix the butter, granulated sugar and brown sugar until the mixture turns smooth
- Then add the eggs and vanilla extract, stirring until they’re properly mixed in
- Next, sieve the plain flour into the mixture, adding the bicarb, salt, cornflour and mixing gently until it becomes a cookie dough
- Then, fold in the milk and white chocolate, pressing the dough into an 18-centimetre cake tin until the base is covered
- Add some more dough and push it down into the sides of the tin, making sure it is even around the edges
- With the leftover dough, make some ‘lids’s to later place on top
- Setting that aside, begin on the filling, melting 400 grams of Biscoff spread in a pan while using a separate one to melt baking chocolate
- Then, pour the Biscoff on the cookie dough, leaving it in the fridge until the thick layer has set
- The next step is to pour the white chocolate on top of the Biscoff and refrigerating until it sets
- Once it all hardens, get your lids and gently push it onto the cookie dough, covering all the filling
- Finally, bake it in the oven at 160 degrees Celsius for 35 minutes, checking regularly
- When it finishes, let it cool and leave it in the fridge, ready for consumption.
Facebook followers were impressed by the whole thing.
‘That looks incredible,’ wrote one person while another said: ‘This is absolutely outrageous!’
Others joked that being part of the group was not a good idea, given the delectable recipes shared by posters.
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