Easy Dark Chocolate Biscoff Layered Fudge

Easy Dark Chocolate Biscoff Layered Fudge

Biscoff Chocolate Layered Fudge | gatherforbread.com

Fudge. Indulgent. Delicious. Fun. Bites. Squares.

I don’t make fudge very often. There’s only one real explanation. It’s so dang good. I can’t stop after one piece. So I usually only make it around the holidays as a special treat.

Biscoff Chocolate Layered Fudge | gatherforbread.com

Several months back a friend told me about Biscoff Spread  She said if I liked Nutella most surely I would like Biscoff. It was the first I’d hear of it. So I hunted it down at the store.

Surely it was good. But I wanted to do something fun with it. I didn’t just want to eat it plain. And because we all know what a chocolate lover I am…. It got paired with rich chocolate and layered into sweet fudge. There couldn’t be a better combo than with chocolate in my opinion.

I thought it turned out perfectly sweet and delicious. Perfect for the holidays. I’m just giving you a head start.

Happy fudge making!


Biscoff Chocolate Layered Fudge| gatherforbread.com


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Easy Dark Chocolate & Biscoff Layered Fudge
Dark chocolate layer:
  • 7 oz sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 cup dark chocolate chips
  • ½ tsp vanilla
Biscoff layer
  • 4 Tbsp butter
  • ½ cup biscoff spread
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 7 oz sweetened condensed milk
  • ½ tsp vanilla
  1. Line a 8 x 8 square pan with foil overlapping edges. Butter lightly.
  2. In a small saucepan over very low heat combine sweetened condensed milk and chocolate chips. Stir together and heat until melted. Remove from heat and add vanilla.
  3. Pour or spoon into square pan. Chill for at least 15 minutes.
  4. Meanwhile, over low heat combine butter and cookie butter (biscoff spread) in a small sauce pan. Stir and heat until melted. Add sweetened condensed milk. Remove from heat. Stir in powdered sugar and vanilla.
  5. Pour over slightly hardened dark chocolate layer. Spread evenly. Chill for another 2 hours.
  6. Lift from pan. Cut into 1 inch pieces. Keep refrigerated.

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Lovely comments

  1. says

    I’ve never tried biscoff. I’ve been wanting to but I’m afraid I’ll fall in love with yet another sweet. 😉 Thank you for posting a recipe for fudge that does not require any fancy kitchen tools! These look amazing! So perfectly cut, they look like they’re from a gourmet shop. :)

  2. Betsy says

    Never heard of Biscoff. Now I have to see if any of my local stores carry it. Fudge is a must have at my house around the holidays. Now I have a new flavor to try! Thanks.

    • says

      Most likely you’ll find it near the peanut butters. Hope you get a chance to try it for the holidays. It’s the only time of year I make fudge because I can’t keep away from it. :)

  3. Tommy Pease says

    I have made the two ingredient Biscoff fudge and if this is as good– I want to thank you in advance. I will be making this for 15 off ice hockey officials this weekend who are kind of persnickety about their sweets. Thanks again in advance for the recipe.

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