Biscoff Rocky Road // Trying Pinterest Recipes

Finally a post where I’m not procrastinating! Hoorah!

Last night I decided I fancied making something, so went to Pinterest to try and find some inspiration. By the way, if you want to follow me on Pinterest, you can click here. I’m not entirely sure how to use it but I think it’s fun and I’m definitely getting more into it!

I was looking for Biscoff recipes, because I love biscoff so so soooo much. If you don’t know what Biscoff is, its basically a “cookie spread.” It’s essentially ground up Lotus biscuits (the little biscuits you usually get in hotel rooms, or on the side of a coffee) and it tastes amazing. My boyfriend had never heard of biscoff before, however, now I’ve introduced him, he is now a biscoff convert. Yaaas.

Anyway, I found a recipe for Biscoff ‘Blondies’ – basically brownies but without cocoa powder, but they didn’t turn out toooo fab to be honest. They tasted okay, but not particularly biscoff-y. However, then I stumbled across this beauty- Biscoff Rocky Road. 

After a quick read of the recipe, it looked pretty simple, so I grabbed the ingredients for it whilst doing our weekly shop. If you are looking for a healthy recipe idea, you are very much in the wrong place.


400g White Chocolate

125g Biscoff Spread

50g  Unsalted Butter

150g Mini Marshmallows (Although, I only used about 50g in the end)

250g Lotus Biscuits, Chopped (basically a whole pack of Lotus biscuits- healthy af)

Spare Biscoff spread for drizzle.

The method was pretty simple, in my opinion. It was a case of melting the white chocolate and butter together first, then adding the melted biscoff into that mixture. Then just mixing in the marshmallows and crushed up biscuits (which I lovingly forced the bf to do for me) and mixing it all up. Then I drizzled some melted biscoff on top! Very professional.

The mixture was v e r y thick and gloopy, and I wasn’t convinced it was going to set properly, But after being in the fridge for about an hour it had set up quite nicely!


I made a fancy hot chocolate to go with it, because there was no point in trying to be healthy at this point. It does taste very sweet, but it is really nice! And it does taste like biscoff, so that’s a win! 

Also, I didn’t use the suggested 150g of marshmallows in the recipe as I’m not the biggest fan of them, I think it still turned out fine. Also used the spare ones for my hot chocolate. Yummmmm melted marshmallows.

If you want to follow a step by step recipe then you can head over to Janes Patisserie Blog to follow her recipe! 

If you do end up trying this, leave a comment and let me know how it went for you. Also, if you have any other recipes you found on Pinterest let me know too!

Thanks for reading,

Lauren xx


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