November 11, 2015
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A Delicious and Super Easy to make Fudge Recipe absolutely brimming with the delicious Lotus Biscoff flavour – Heavenly Biscoff Fudge!
Recipe updated – May 2021
So… this recipe has been updated. It’s taken a while, but I made the decision to update and change the recipe slightly because the mixture kept going wrong all of a sudden! I myself used to make this no issues, and then it became an oily mess. Therefore.. it’s changed!
The original recipe for those who still want it is – one tin condensed milk, 300g white chocolate, 300g biscoff spread, 100g icing sugar and 125g biscoff biscuits! For the update I experimented a lot and ended up finding the best solution was to increase the chocolate, and decrease the spread!
Don’t fear… this fudge still tastes epic and of biscoff, so don’t be scared by the lesser amount! I did also swap up the method of making this fudge – I don’t use the microwave (As this can cause problems with the chocolate) but instead found making it on the hob 100x better!! Enjoy!
In the past I have posted my recipes for the Triple Chocolate Cookies Fudge inspired by Carnations Fudge and my Nutella & Ferrero Rocher Fudge and they have always been super popular on my blog, as they are SO much easier to make than other Fudge recipes.
In other recipes, like my Oreo Cookies & Cream Fudge, you have to boil the mixture up to 113C and make sure it thickens and beat it like crazy – and that is how you make fudge properly don’t get me wrong – and it is utterly delicious – but this method using the utterly DELICIOUS Cookie Butter flavour is perfect for making a fudge with a spread.
This method will prevent the Fudge from turning grainy, as the spread is already slightly grainy because of what it is, you don’t want it to be ruined! Honestly, this fudge is one of the best things on the planet ever. Ever ever ever!
I absolutely adore the flavour of this fudge because I LOVE the flavour of Biscoff – its utter heaven to me and I could eat the entire jar with a spoon. No regrets. however – people judge me for this. BUT – people never judge me when I bring this recipe in for them to taste test, as they all utterly adore it!
Even those who have never had Cookie Butter before! Or even those who don’t like fudge! If you’re craving something a little different though, I have SO many more Biscoff Recipes on my blog such as my No-Bake Biscoff Cookie Butter Cheesecake and my Biscoff Cake!
Seriously though – this Fudge is so incredibly easy to make there is no need to be scared of it! Simply melt a majority of the ingredients together, add in the biscuits, and then leave to set and its all done! How incredibly easy is that?! Now go and make it… you know you want too!
- 395 g Condensed milk (one tin)
- 500 g White chocolate
- 125 g Biscoff spread (crunchy or smooth)
- 125 g Biscoff Biscuits (chopped)
- Line a tin with parchment paper – I use a 7″x10″ rectangular (brownie) tray as it makes a nice depth of fudge!
- Put the chopped chocolate into a heavy based pan, along with all of the condensed milk.
- Melt on a low heat, stiring often so that the chocolate doesn't catch and the ingredients melt together!
- Remove the pan from the heat and add the biscoff spread in and stir briefly to mix. Do not over mix!
- Stir in the chopped up biscuits – pour into the tin and smooth over the mixture and store in the fridge or freezer for 3-4 hours to set, or overnight!
- Once set – remove from the tin and cut into the squares... ENJOY!
- This recipe will last better in the fridge for up to 2-3 weeks if it manages to last that long – you can also easily half or double the recipe, the setting times will just change slightly.
- I buy my Biscoff spread in the supermarket! You can use the smooth or crunchy spread.
- This recipe was updated in May 2021 - original recipe is on the post!
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I made this fudge but I didn’t fold biscuits into the fudge I just put them in top then drizzled over some warmed biscoff spread. It is absolutely delicious & can’t wait for my family to try it tomorrow 🥰 thank you 😁 xx
Hi, we love this recipe. I am going to make this for our wedding favours. I was just wondering how well this would freeze and if you can how long would it last in the freezer? Thanks, Clare x
Hiya! Absolutely – you can freeze it for up to 3 months! Hope this helps! x
Can you use evaporated milk in any fudge recipe? Guessing it wouldn’t be sweet enough but I have 2 cans to use up!
Hiya! Try searching ‘evaporated milk’ on the blog. Hope this helps! x
I love your recipes, I was wondering if you could make this fudge as a white chocolate fudge by leaving out the biscoff spread and just crumble the biscuits on the top
Hiya! take a look at. my white chocolate fudge recipe. Enjoy! x
I am hoping to make this for the weekend as I am at a baby shower and in charge of the sweets! Can I just ask if you have to use white cooking chocolate or will any white chocolate do?
Hiya! Any white chocolate will do for this! Enjoy! x
My friend made this for us all at work OMG it was faBulous going to make it for my sons really moorish. She also sent me the link to this page its awesome.
Ahhh this is where Fitwaffle gets all of her ideas.
Can white chocolate chips be used rather than regular white chocolate? Thank you
Yes absolutely this will be fine! Enjoy! x
Just made this again for Xmas, I’ve made it a few times before and everyone loves it. I did have the same oily issue before, even though the first time I made it came out perfect – I suspect Biscoff have slightly altered their own composition which is what has caused this issue – but I have just tried to make the original recipe using fake Biscoff from Aldi and it’s turned out absolutely fine.
Just thought I’d share for anyone who still wants to use the original recipe but with no oily mess 😁
Thank you for sharing. I used to make the orginal recipe without issues and then suddenly it became an oily mess so i think you are right about the biscoss spread. Will try the Aldi one as well! Thanks.
Has anyone tried this with vegan condensed milk (the carnation variety) and using stork instead of butter? I’m trying to be dairy free, but love making this fudge!
Ignore the bit about the butter, I haven’t made this since the recipe was updated!! But would vegan condensed milk work and dairy free white chocolate?
I often use a brand called flora- it’s a vegan block butter that comes in a salted and unsalted variety in many non vegan bakes and it always works wonderfully- I get it in Sainsbury’s ! I myself would love to use the vegan condensed milk but I haven’t yet :/ .
I made this on Sunday with Carnation vegan condensed milk and white chocolate from Moo free. It worked perfectly! Lactose-free other half could not be happier.
Guy’s ive always followed this recipe to the letter but im out of white chocolate can normal milk chocolate be used ?,
And just a quick why the original recipe was the bomb why take the icing sugar out now ??.
Thanks in advance Neil
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Did you ever figure this one out? As I’ve made it hundreds of times without any issue then suddenly the last 3 time’s, pool of oil 🙁
Thanks in advance.
Seriously good! I had the same issue where it separated with a greasy layer after adding the icing sugar, I returned it all to the hob on a low heat stirring and it all came back together perfect! So my theory is that my mixture had cooled too much before added the icing sugar!
Not a fudge fan like my husband, but my god this is delicious.
Hello! Love this recipe. I have made some for stocking fillers. I made it a touch early though! Is it best to leave it in the fridge until Christmas or should i pop it in the freezer until then? And if the freezer option, is it ok just to wrap it in tinfoil and freeze it?
Yes it can freeze in a container really well! x
Is a 9″ tin suitable? Can’t wait to try this 😊
Yes, the fudge may just be a bit thinner!
Can I substitute condensed milk for double cream, thanks 🙂
Nooo definitely not! This is a condensed milk fudge x
I feel so stupid, I have done this recipe hundreds of times successfully and now I can’t seem to get it right. I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. I feel like when I pour to set, there’s a layer of oil that’s comes out of the mixture. No matter how long I beat it or the heat etc- it always ends up the same! And it loses the biscoff flavour! I can’t seem to figure out what I’m doing wrong so any help would be amazing. Thanks!
Have you changed ANY ingredient? Like to a different brand? Or have you changed any equipment you are using?
I had this happen last night after previously making it fine and using the exact same ingredients as before, other than a new jar of biscoff. I wondered what I’d done wrong but also wondered whether they’ve changed the ingredients in the spread? It was like I had a block of melted butter in it and it had split, had to use kitchen roll to absorb as much as I could. A bit frustrating as it was for little gifts for colleagues.
I’m going to message Biscoff and ask as it makes sense to be the thing that has changed!
Would I be able to use an 8×8 tin as I don’t have the 7×10. Many thanks x
Yes you can x
Hey, sorry if this has been asked, but I wanted to make this as part of xmas hampers I’m planning to make and wanted to get ahead of game as much as possible does this freeze? If I freezer in the slabs then defrost and cut the week of xmas when I plan to gift to people?
Thank you, love all your recipes x
This sort of fudge is best kept in the fridge rather than being kept at room temperature for too long. It can be frozen though x
Hi, could you use almond bark instead of the white chocolate? I’m so glad I stumbled on this – my idea of heaven!
So I’m not sure – I have never made anything with almond bark, so I really don’t know! I don’t want to you to waste lots of it if it doesn’t work! x
How come you recommend not using milky bar chocolate? Just as that’s all i have at home at the minute. Lol
I’ve never said you can’t use milkybar? I just personally use Callebaut or supermarket own..
Hi there, do you think this would set in portions in takeaway plastic tubs and still come out? I am making some as teacher gifts and thought this might be a good way to portion it up?
I would probably still line the tubs otherwise it may stick to them!
I made this fudge for my Grandad for Father’s Day and the hardest thing about making it was giving it away! The recipe was so easy to follow and the results were amazing!! I have never eaten fudge as good as this and I have already had requests to make some more!
Make this often and it’s lovely! I’ve made some for Xmas stocking fillers this year, just wondering if I was to freeze what’s the best way to store it. Thanks
I usually freeze in a plastic container!
Make this for the first time as I love Biscoff. I’m not sure where you get it last 2-3 weeks in fridge…… once my family found out I’d made it it hardly lasted 2-3 hours ha ha. Delicious!! thank you for recipe will definitely be trying the other ones.
Fabulous recipe, had to make two batches in the one weekend to keep family members going! I have just made to Mars bars fudge & that is currently in the fridge setting. I was wondering if rather than Mars bars you could use Topic/Snickers/Star bars? Thanks for all the great recipes.
Hiya! Yes so basically most things are interchangeable – but because the insides of those bars are different to mars bar (they wouldn’t melt the same/have enough chocolate inside for the fudge) it might be best to use all milk/dark chocolate, and simply fold through your chosen bar! x
Hi, I am 36 and severely disabled and I have never made anything from scratch before,it’s all been Cake kit stuff.
Doing things from scratch,scares me even though I always have support staff with me.
So I started looking for an easy to follow recipe with as less steps as possible and found your recipe was the best and easiest.
It came out perfect first time and I had no help from my support staff.
I need to make it by the truck load next time because it is so nice and this week I hope to treat my elderly isolating parents to some,and my sister/brother in law/nieces.
It’s also an excuse to make more and to experiment with fudge making so Thankyou so much for this recipe and for giving me the confidence to make something from scratch,I’m no longer scared of it.🙂
Ahh that’s amazing! I’m so so glad you enjoyed making it! xx
Another amazing recipe. The thought of making my own fudge seemed so far away, but this was so easy and tasted so scrummy. Your website and all of your recipes are helping me get through this lockdown ❤️ Thank you!! X
I made this ready for the weekend & I split it between the family, they’ve all said it’s the best fudge they’ve ever tasted! I’ll certainly be making this again! I’ve never been one for making things but really finding your recipes easy to follow and delicious! Thank you for sharing.
Ah that’s amazing – I’m so glad! ❤️
Oh my gosh this is just incredible! Made as a treat for my brother who loves fudge and honestly I don’t want to drop any round to him.
I am going to try this recipe soon. I’ve made fudge before with condensed milk and chocolate but I’ve never added icing sugar. What does that do? Xx
It prevents needing as much chocolate, firms the recipe up, and makes it better.
Do I have to use the spread or can I just use biscuits my tesco order came and they were out of stock 😞
For this recipe, the spread is quite key. I would suggest using a different recipe and adding in the biscuits.
WTH!? How have I lived for so long without knowing what Biscoff is?!? This should come with a health warning. It’s too gooood! 🤤
i made the biscoff fudge for a friend and it was gorgeous and so simple to make.
She has now put an order in for me to make some more for her haha.
What brand of white chocolate did you use please?
I tend to use Callebaut which you can buy online – it’s amazing quality and so delicious. Other than that, I normally use supermarket own and not a brand like milkybar!
Absolutely delicious!! Made for the first time and was going to share but I think it’s not going to last long 🤤
Hi. Please help!! I have made this fudge today, first time making fudge too. It has been in fridge for around 5 hours, it feels hard….where did I go wrong? 🙁
That’s a good thing, it means it’s set..!
Hey! You can get actually condensed coconut milk! I’ve seen it in Asda and my Chinese superstore (Wing-Yip in Manchester). I’m going to make this recipe but vegan-ise it at the weekend. Fingers crossed it works – made this so many times pre-vegan (thanks, Jane!).
How did making it vegan go? I would really like to try! 🙂
Hi Jane. Going to make this as Christmas present treats for my parents – how shall I store it after cutting it up until Christmas Day?
I would personally say the fridge because it’ll stay nice and firm!
Made this for the second time & its amazing, doesn’t last long. Like one of the previous ladies commenting I too use the smooth biscoffe spread, I can’t find crunchy one. And it went very oly on both occasions, I am presuming it’s the smooth spread? I heated on the lowest heat stirring all the time.
Sometimes it can do just due to how the butter melts/what butter you are using etc, but it should still be fine to eat! I’ve read it can be due to over mixing as well, but I’m unsure on that!! x
I made mine 24hours ago and it still hasn’t set? I used 400g of white choc instead of the butter like it says.
Sorry I don’t understand the comment I’m afraid – instead of the butter? – a common issue at the moment is people are using evaporated milk instead of condensed milk (due to lockdown, ingredients are harder to find) which won’t ever work, but also changing the recipe can cause a problem!
Made this recipe a few times and it tastes amazing. Always goes down well at parties. Do you know if is suitable for freezing? X
Yes it can! As its the ‘cheats’ style fudge with condensed milk it works wonders!
Made this yesterday and it is amazing. Thank you so much!
One thing though, once you’ve cut it into squares and had it in the fridge for a while, is it supposed to go a bit crumbly? I don’t mind it, and it still tastes great, but I wasn’t sure if it was supposed to stay more smooth like your photos.
It can be a little bit crumbly, as fudge can be sometimes!
Can you suggest a dairy free alternative to the condensed milk? Would coconut cream work, for example?
I’m afraid I have absolutely no idea, I’m going to assume not but I don’t know x
Hi Jane, I can’t seem to find Biscoff Crunchy Spread, Tesco only seems to have smooth x where did you get yours from please? I’ve made 2 fab batches now x Thankyou so much x
From any supermarket! Smooth works just as well! x
I got all mine from Amazon (Amazon Pantry are even cheaper) for both crunchy & smooth (and the catering sized Lotus Biscoff biscuits (box of 300!)
WOW! this fudge is the best ever!! absolutely love every mouthful of it!! YUM! made it twice now and will definitely be making that one again! <3 xx
Delicious and so easy but I think I’m doing something wrong because as soon as I add the icing sugar it turns into a thousand tiny hard lumps and no matter how much beating they don’t break up or dissolve! Any advice? Thank you xx
Sometimes this can depend on the icing sugar annoyingly – but if you are struggling you can leave it out and try another 100-200g of white chocolate instead! x
Please convert measurements to teaspoons/cups etc… can’t wait to make this!
LOVE the fudge 🙂 I just bought smooth biscoff as it was on offer but really want the crunch throughout the fudge like It usually has. Do you think if I crush up the biscuits and stir them into the mixture, it will create the same crunch or will it affect the consistency of the mix?
Hi! I was just wondering if I could use milk chocolate instead of white as that’s all I have in the cupboard, or would it not go so well? X
Yes that would be fine!!
Can I freeze the fudge ?
Yes you can and defrost it in the fridge.
I have made this fudge recipe twice and each time it wouldn’t set properly. Why?
I’ve followed the recipe exactly!
I’m afraid if you followed the recipe, it would have worked. You may have got the ingredients too hot at one point, or used a different brand of ingredients for example and that could cause it to not set.
This looks amazing. Can the white chocolate be left out or is there a substitute for it?
You would still need to use the same weight of chocolate whether its White/Milk/Dark as thats how condensed milk fudge is made – which you use is your choice, but I believe White is best with Biscoff.
I found my fudge was very oily? Did I do something wrong? The only substitute was I only had smooth not crunchy biscoff. Xxx
The butter/cookie butter might’ve just heated a little too much so it split slightly. It should be fine once set.
Thank you turned out perfect and fabulous! If you want to delete the comment that’s ok and I’ll leave a positive one xx thank you for your help
No its fine, I don’t mind people seeing the comment. It can show them that slightly oily fudge is perfectly fine! ? I’m glad you liked the fudge! x
If I don’t use the biscuits do I need to add in more of the other ingredients or am I good to go?
Can’t wait to make this ?
Nope just make it as is!
OH…EM…GEE! I flippin’ love Lotus Biscuit spread (I ate my first jar within days #sorrynotsorry) And I lurve fudge so can’t believe I’ve come across this recipe. Am definitely trying this as I want to make Christmas fudge for all my friends (although I may have to make a 2nd batch as I doubt the 1st one will make it past my mouth haha!)
Looking forward to discovering more of your recipes having just found you on Pinterest (looking for fudge recipes!)
Your logo looks familiar by the way. Is it by Morgane Carlier? She did mine, I love her work xx
Ohh yay! I have plenty of fudge recipes on my blog so try as many as you like. They’re all delicious! And yes she did, I adore her work! xx
When I saw this recipe I thought it would be sickly sweet with the white choc and condensed milk but I made it anyway as I love Speculoos. Followed it exactly (including the biscuits which I had left over from your caramel cheesecake, used them instead of digestives!) and I have to say it came out absolutely delicious! Took it along to a family picnic and it was a total hit. It tastes like a block of Speculoos and the texture was gorgeous, cut like a dream! Definitely would make again and it’s SO easy. 10/10!
Hiya Mary! Ah thats amazing – yes I think as its the biscoff/speculoos flavouring it prevents it being sweet as the biscuits themselves aren’t too sweet if that makes sense? I’m so so glad you loved it!! xx
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Fudge is a part of our Christmas–it always has been. I can’t wait to try this recipe this year! –#Annoms
I love the flavour of speculoos. My dad is Dutch so we grew up eating lots of Dutch foods.
Yum! I love this stuff. Great recipe!
Thank you! And me too – it’s delicious!
Oh goodness that looks amazing! And dangerous. If I made this, the entire pan would disappear in minutes! Looks like a wonderful dessert.
Thank you so much!! It doesn’t last long in my house I must admit!
Do you think I can sub brown sugar for the icing sugar? I don’t have that in my house now 🙁
Urmm you could, but it won’t be as smooth? 🙂