Biscoff Fudge ~ Only TWO Ingredients! It doesn’t get much easier or quicker than this!
Once upon a time, Julie of Julie’s Eats & Treats was deathly afraid of fudge. Then she was tried this amazingly easy Biscoff Fudge that was only two ingredients and literally took 5 minutes to make. Her fear subsided and her hips grew larger. Definitely not a win-win situation but now I’m not scared of fudge!
Have you tried Biscoff? If you haven’t you need too. It’s not a oh I should, it’s not a I can live without it, it’s definitely a NEED to go store the store STAT and buy me some of that deliciousness. I’m telling you this because I need someone to commiserate with me in their fat pants due to Biscoff.
I’m sort of evil like that. Just ask my co-workers! I bring them treats all the time. Some of them follow me on Instagram and Facebook and when they come to work they are always sneaking into the kitchen to see what goodies I made over the weekend. When I brought this fudge in the note may have read, “Biscoff Fudge in the fridge. Help yourself. Better on your hips than mine!” Yes I am that co-worker. Many of them hadn’t ever heard of Biscoff and boy were they delighted when they tried a piece of this fudge.
This is the perfect treat for Christmas because everyone will be super impressed because you made fudge and everyone, including me, thinks fudge is hard to make right? Or maybe it’s just me? Anyways one bit of this yummy treat and they will be singing you praises which is what you want! Or maybe I’m just self-centered and you don’t like attention. Whichever it is you will have a ton of new friends when you treat them to this Biscoff Fudge!
- 1 (1lb) container Pillsbury vanilla frosting
- 2 3/4 c. Biscoff Spread
- Line a 8x8 in glass baking dish with foil. Set aside.
- In a microwave safe bowl dump the Biscoff and frosting. Do not mix.
- Microwave vanilla and Biscoff for 1 minute. Remove from microwave and stir until Biscoff is melted and it's combined. Spread in your foil lined baking dish.Refrigerate until firm.
- Remove fudge from baking dish using foil and cut!
by Julie Evink
|Serving Size||1 piece|
|Amount Per Serving||As Served|
|Calories 76kcal Calories from fat 27|
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat 3g||5%|
|Saturated Fat 1g||5%|
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||25g|
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