Eric BlairMay 6th
2020

If you’ve discovered a love for baking during lockdown, but are looking for something to move onto now you’ve used up all your black bananas, why not turn your hand to fudge?

But this isn’t just any fudge we’re talking about - oh no, this is a way of combining everyone’s favourite coffee-side-biscuit-turned-cult-smash-hit Biscoff with fudge. 

And judging by the amount of people who seem to be posting pics of their homemade versions of the delicacy to Instagram at the moment it must taste as good as it sounds!

Combining delicious white chocolate fudge infused with flavours (and actual pieces!) of the burnt caramel biscuits it sounds like it’s actually incredibly easy to do yourself.

Although there’s no hard and fast method as everyone seems to be putting their own spin on it, cake maker Chloe Digweed (@chloedcakes) has shared her method with Tyla.

For Chloe’s version you'll need 400g white chocolate, one can of condensed milk, one heaped table spoon of Biscoff spread and 15 to 20 crumbled Biscoff biscuits.

All you’ve got to do then is pour the condensed milk into a pan, add the white chocolate and melt the two of them together on a low heat, all the while stirring it until it thickens.

Once the chocolate is fully melted, stir in the table spoon of Biscoff spread and the crumbled up biscuits.

Make sure you’ve got a tray lined with baking paper ready to go and pour the mixture into the tray spreading it out quickly to get into all the corners.

From there it’s completely down to you - drizzle melted chocolate on top, add extra Biscoff spread, crumble more biscuits on top - whatever you fancy. 

Then - probably the hardest bit of all - leave them in the fridge for  3-4 hours or over night to set before slicing them into delicious little fudge bite-sized chunks.

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If this has got your mouth watering at the thought of all that Biscoffy goodness, did you know that you can buy a giant bottle of topping sauce on Amazon.

Ideal for everything from milkshakes to cheesecake topping to squeezing directly into your mouth, eager fans can pick up a Lotus Biscoff Topping Sauce Squeezy Bottle on Amazon.

Priced at just £9.95 for 1kg of the stuff I wouldn’t say it’s too pricey, and judging by the reaction, it sounds like it could be worth every penny!

And if it's opened up your mind to the possibilities of cooking using Biscoff products why not treat yourself to a Biscoff cookbook?

The Biscoff Cookie & Spread Cookbook: Irresistible Cupcakes, Cookies, Confections, and More by blogger Katrina Bahl is now available on Amazon

Priced at £10.44 for the Kindle edition and £17.52 in hardback, the book is absolutely packed with over 70 recipes featuring your favourite Biscoff products - a quick glance through at the photos will have you drooling in no time.

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