Hello guys! A new amazing rice Krispie Square recipe for you today, Biscoff HEAVEN! A chewy biscoff Rice Krispie base topped it a biscoff white chocolate and even more biscoff. A biscoff lovers dream!
FYI- If anyone in Ireland isn’t sure where to buy biscoff products. Deals always have the spread and biscuits. Aldi also have a delicious off brand spread and biscuits too! They taste identical to the real thing and are much easier to find. If you still can’t find them, Amazon do some great deals on large tubs and boxes. Just make sure you shop around for a good deal. Or discountcoffee.ie do loads of products for a great price.
I started of this Rice Krispie Square recipe by browning my butter to add another dimension. This step really makes a difference for that added depth of flavour. It gives a deep, nutty, caramelised taste to the butter. Its an optional step but I think it brings the Rice Krispie Square to a whole new level! In short, You are heating up the butter until the milk solids start to toast and brown. You can see the attached image below for reference.
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Biscoff Rice Krispie Squares
- 8×8 Tin
- Baking paper
- Weighing scales
- Medium pot
- 80 grams Butter
- 160 grams Rice Krispies
- 220 grams White marshmallows
- 150 grams Biscoff spread
- 250 grams White chocolate
- 50 grams Biscoff spread
- 2-3 tbsp Biscoff spread
- 9 Biscoff biscuits
- Grease and line a 8×8 square tin.
- Add your butter to a medium sized pot. Melt your butter then let it boil until you see the milk solids sink to the bottom and turn a nice and golden brown colour. (See picture)
- Once browned add in your marshmallows on a low heat and melt till smooth.
- Add in your biscoff spread and mix through quickly.
- Take pot off the heat and quickly fold in your Rice Krispies.
- Place the mixture into your baking dish and flatten down.
- Let mixture set, this will take about 15 minutes.
- Melt your chocolate and spread together gently then pour over mix. Spread out evenly.
- Decorate with some warmed up drizzled biscoff spread then decorate with biscuits.
- Set in the fridge until chocolate is firm. Mine took 1 hour.
- Once set, Remove mix from the tin.
- Portion up into your prefered size. I used a hot knife to cut my slices. This gives you a nice clean cut.
- You can top these with milk Chocolate if you like, it would be delicious!
- These will last 3+ days in an airtight container
- I use these heat proof spatulas*- High-Heat Silicone Spatula
- This is the induction hob I used*- Induction Hob
- I use these food scales *- Salter Digital Scales
- Stainless steel prep bowls*- Steel Mixing Bowls