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Biscoff Fudge

posted by Julie Evink on November 24, 2013

Biscoff Fudge ~ Only TWO Ingredients! It doesn’t get much easier or quicker than this!

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.

Biscoff Fudge

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.

Biscoff Fudge - FG


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!

8 reviews

Biscoff Fudge

Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 1 minute Serves 25 pieces     adjust servings


  • 1 (1lb) container Pillsbury vanilla frosting
  • 2 3/4 c. Biscoff Spread


  1. Line a 8x8 in glass baking dish with foil. Set aside.
  2. In a microwave safe bowl dump the Biscoff and frosting. Do not mix.
  3. 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.
  4. Remove fudge from baking dish using foil and cut!


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 piece
Amount Per ServingAs Served
Calories 76kcal Calories from fat 27
% Daily Value
Total Fat 3g5%
Saturated Fat 1g5%
Sodium 33mg1%
Carbohydrate 12g4%
Sugars 11g

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 FatLess than65g
Sat FatLess than25g
CholesterolLess than300mg
SodiumLess than2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate300g
Dietary Fiber25g

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  • Gail

    I’m a HUGE fan of Biscoff, but the directions for your Biscoff fudge mention mixing vanilla and frosting and then microwaving vanilla and Biscoff. Then you mention peanut butter.
    While I can imagine you copied this from a peanut butter fudge recipe, I think newbies might find this confusing.
    Ok, now I’m off to the kitchen to make my own fudge!

  • Kim

    Love these recipes!

  • Deb@CookingOnTheFrontBurner

    Thanks for linking this up to our Marvelous Monday party…. I just bought for the first time Biscoff… I will need to give this a try. Pinned!

    • Julie Evink

      Be prepared…you won’t be able to stop eating Biscoff once you start!

  • Tanya Schroeder

    Biscoff fudge is the best thing ever invented!! The last time I made it thought it a few more ingredients. I’m trying this simplified version!

  • Carrie @Frugal Foodie Mama

    What??? Just 2 ingredients?? I am fudge challenged & a Biscoff addict so this sounds perfect for me, lol! 😉

    Thank you for sharing at Marvelous Mondays this week! Pinned.

  • Jessica @ A Kitchen Addiction

    2 ingredient fudge?! This is a dangerous recipe for me to have!

  • Crystelle

    Sounds like a yummy yummy recipe!!!
    Can’t beat the two ingredients!!!
    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  • Diane

    Love to try the puff corn recipes, but nit sure what IS Puffed Corn. Is it a cereal or found in the snack isle of a grocery store?

    • Julie Evink

      Yup by the prepackaged popcorn!

      • Diane

        Thanks, can’t wait to start making some batches.

  • Nicki

    Sorry but I did not think this was worth the money. Takes 2 jars of Biscoff and in my area that was $4.50 each plus $1.75 for the frosting – and my family did not like it, so I wasted $10.75!

  • Julie

    This fudge looks great but I am not familiar with Biscoff! Where is it found? Does it come in a jar?

    • Julie Evink

      It’s made out of a Biscoff Cookie. You’ll find it by the Peanut Butter!

  • Doris

    Well my question was answered I let you know how it turns out Thanks

  • Beth

    Ok what is Biscoff? Where do I find it?

    • Julie Evink

      It’s a cookie butter and it would be found by the peanut butter usually!

      • Beth

        Excellent, thank you!

  • Bud Mor

    I made the fudge yesterday. It looks exactly like fudge. Unfortunately it only tastes a bit like fudge; and it doesn’t taste nice. I would not recommend this recipe.

  • Tommy Pease

    I have made this fudge twice with crunchy biscoff the second time and it was not nearly as sweet the second time but still very sweet–which is not a bad thing–but I would like to tone it a little–what other flavor of frosting mix can I use?

    I made this for a group of hockey off ice officials and it was a big hit both times.

  • Lisa

    Just curious…does this firm up and stay firm? Neither of these ingredients is solid at room temperature.

    • Julie Evink

      Yes it’s the same texture and firmness as regular fudge.

  • char

    I must be pretty dumb @ age77. What is Biscoff?

    • Julie Evink

      It’s a spread like peanut butter that is made out of Biscoff cookies and is usually found in the aisle with the peanut butter!

  • Diana Hawes

    I have a better recipe for fudge that also uses two ingredients. 1 package of semi-sweet chocolate chips and 1 can of Sweetened Condensed Milk. Using a microwave proof bowl, combine chips and milk mixing well. Microwave for about 5 mintues, stir well making sure that the chips are almost all melted. Add a tsp. vanilla. Pour into an 8×8 buttered pan. Let chill in fridge, then cut into squares. Can also add 1 cup of walnuts or any other kind of chopped nuts.

    • Sara Burroughs

      Diana, are you using a 6 oz package or an 11 oz. package of chocolate chips?

  • Patricia

    What store can we buy the biscoff at here in Canada? I am from the Ottawa, Ontario Canada area.
    This looks really great to try and make with my grand daughter.

    • Julie Evink

      Patricia, I’m not familiar with Canadian grocery stores but in the States we can find it buy our peanut butter!

  • Shirley Cole

    What is Biscoff? Is it a regional item? I have been a cook for 30+ years and never heard of it before.

  • Laura

    I am just now getting to this Fudge recipe and I have a question……..what is Biscoff spread and where can I find it. I live in Brookiings SD and have never seen it. It must be a regional thing because not a single store that I have tried has it. HELP!!!!!!!! It sound s like the kind of recipe that I like…..EASY!!!!!! lol Thanks for all the other great recipes that you share with us.

    • Julie Evink

      I live in Western Minnesota and I assure you we have it around here! Look in the peanut butter section at Wal-Mart. That’s where I found it! Have you tried there?

  • Patricia Burroughs

    Can you make this fudge using other flovers, say chocolate, butterscotch, peanut butter, etc. Please reply♡♡

    • Julie Evink

      Are you talking about subbing the frosting out for different flavors or?

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