Biscoff Cookie Pudding Recipe

Indulge in the decadent world of our irresistible Biscoff Cookie Dessert with this Biscoff cookie pudding recipe.

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From the caramelized crunch to the creamy richness, this dessert is a testament to the magic that can be created with these iconic cookies.

Biscoff pudding

Get ready to embark on a journey of pure delight as each spoonful unveils layers of velvety smoothness and an explosion of rich, caramelized flavors. 

Whether you're a devoted fan of Biscoff cookies or simply crave a luscious dessert that will leave your taste buds singing, this recipe is sure to become an instant favorite. 

So, prepare your dessert spoons, and let's dive into the delicious world of Biscoff cookie dessert bliss!

Ingredients for biscoff cookie pudding

Ingredients for Biscoff Pudding

Please refer to the recipe card below for full measurements and recipe details

  • Lotus Whole Biscoff Cookies
  • Lotus Biscoff Spread
  • Heavy Cream
  • Vanilla Extract 
  • Sugar

How To Make Biscoff Pudding

To begin, heat up your jar of Biscoff spread in the microwave for 30 seconds to melt it down. Set it aside for now.

It's time to whip up a deliciously smooth and creamy treat. 

Homemade whipped cream

Take a mixing bowl and pour in the cream. Mix it at a medium speed until it froths. 

Mixing whipped cream

Once you've got some nice froth going, add in the powdered sugar and a splash of vanilla extract. Keep whipping it up until soft peaks begin to form, creating a dreamy, fluffy texture.


Let's begin putting together our layers of deliciousness. 

Take your tray and place a generous layer of delicious Biscoff cookies on it.  On top of that, spread a layer of the whipped cream you just prepared and distribute it evenly.

Take that melted Biscoff spread you set aside earlier and spoon it over the whipped cream layer. Give it a gentle spread with the back of your spoon, ensuring it covers every inch of the cream.

Repeat these mouthwatering layers, adding another round of cookies, whipped cream, and melted Biscoff spread until you've used up all your ingredients. Finish it with a final layer of whipped cream, smoothing it to perfection.

Make it pretty

For a nice touch, let's grab a piping bag and fill it with the remaining melted Biscoff spread. Cut a small hole in the tip and carefully draw straight lines across the whipped cream.

Decorating biscoff pudding

Here's where the magic happens. Take a toothpick or skewer and, with swift motions, pull it through the lines towards you and then away from you. 

Get ready to witness the mesmerizing patterns that form when the Biscoff spread transforms into a solid state! It's a treat for both your eyes and taste buds. 

Sprinkle some crushed Biscoff cookie pieces around the outer edges to add a little extra crunch and visual appeal.

Bicoff pudding cookie dessert

Finally, cover your masterpiece and give it some chill time in the fridge.  At least 2 hours, or longer if you can resist the temptation. This will allow all the flavors to meld together and the pudding to set into a glorious dessert that will have everyone begging for seconds.

Get ready to dive into a creamy, caramelized heaven with every spoonful. Get ready to have your taste buds dancing with excitement as you savor the scrumptiousness of Biscoff pudding! It's sure to impress any guest lucky enough to try it.

Variations Or Additions You Can Make To The Biscoff Pudding Recipe

Biscoff cookie pudding is a versatile dessert that can be customized to suit your preferences. 

Here are a few variations and additions you can consider:

Chocolate Twist. Introduce a touch of chocolate by adding layers of chocolate ganache or chocolate pudding between the Biscoff cookies and whipped cream. It will create a delightful chocolatey contrast to the caramelized Biscoff flavors.

Nutty Crunch. For some added texture, sprinkle crushed nuts like almonds, pecans, or walnuts between the layers of cookies and cream. The nutty crunch will bring an extra dimension to the pudding.

Fruity Delight. Make this a fresh fruit dessert by adding a fruity twist by incorporating fresh berries or sliced bananas between the layers. The natural sweetness and tartness of the fruits will complement the Biscoff cookies beautifully.

Caramel Drizzle. Drizzle some warm caramel sauce over the whipped cream layers or between the cookies to enhance the caramel flavor profile even more. It will add a luscious, sticky sweetness to the dessert.

Cream Cheese Layer. Introduce a tangy element by spreading a thin layer of cream cheese mixture between the cookie and cream layers. It will provide a creamy and slightly tangy balance to the sweet Biscoff flavors.

Biscoff Cookie Crumbs. Crush some extra Biscoff cookies into fine crumbs and sprinkle them on top of the final layer of whipped cream. This will add a decorative touch and intensify the cookie flavor throughout the pudding.

Feel free to get creative and experiment with different flavors and textures to make the Biscoff cookie pudding your own. 

The possibilities are endless, and it's all about finding combinations that tantalize your taste buds. Enjoy the process of customizing this delicious dessert to suit your preferences!

Biscoff cookie dessert
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FAQs about Biscoff Pudding

While it's technically possible to freeze Biscoff cookie pudding for later consumption, it's not recommended as it can negatively affect the texture and flavor of the dessert. The whipped cream can become grainy, and the Biscoff cookies may become soggy upon thawing, resulting in a less-than-ideal pudding experience.

If you must freeze the pudding, make sure to cover it tightly with plastic wrap or an airtight container to minimize freezer burn. When ready to serve, thaw the pudding in the fridge overnight and give it a good stir to bring back some of the creaminess. However, for the best results, it's recommended to enjoy the pudding fresh

Biscoff cookie pudding can definitely be made ahead of time, which is convenient for planning and hosting gatherings. In fact, allowing the pudding to chill and set in the fridge for a few hours enhances its flavors and gives the layers time to meld together.

To prepare the pudding ahead of time, simply follow the recipe instructions and assemble all the layers. Once you've completed the final layer of whipped cream, smooth it out evenly. Then, cover the tray or dish tightly with plastic wrap or a lid and place it in the refrigerator.

Ideally, let the Biscoff cookie pudding chill for at least 2 hours, or even overnight if possible, to ensure the best results. This allows the cookies to soften slightly and absorb the flavors while the whipped cream sets into a velvety texture.

When you're ready to serve, take the pudding out of the refrigerator and present it to your eager guests. The flavors will have melded beautifully during the chilling process, resulting in a delectable dessert that's ready to be enjoyed.

So, go ahead and prepare your Biscoff cookie pudding ahead of time, allowing yourself to relax and focus on other aspects of your gathering. Your guests will be treated to a delightful, perfectly prepared dessert that is ready to be savored.

Biscoff Pudding Recipe

Biscoff Pudding Recipe

Yield: 12 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Rest Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 10 minutes
Indulge in this Biscoff cookie dessert, combining Lotus Biscoff cookies and spread for a heavenly dessert. Twenty cookies provide a caramelized crunch, while cream, vanilla, and sugar create a creamy sweetness.



  1. Place Biscoff spread in the microwave for 30 seconds.
  2. Remove and set aside.
  3. Add the cream to a mixing bowl and begin mixing on medium speed.
  4. Once it's frothy add the powdered sugar and vanilla extract into it. 
  5. Whip until soft peak forms.
  6. Place a layer of the cookies in your tray
  7. Place a layer of whipped cream over the cookies and spread it evenly. 
  8. Now add a layer of the melted Biscoff spread (use a spoon to spread it around)
  9. Repeat this process, ending with whipped cream.
  10. Smooth the cream evenly. 
  11. Add the remaining Biscoff spread to a piping bag and cut a small hole in the tip.
  12. Draw straight lines across the whipped cream
  13. Use a toothpick or skewer and pull it through the lines towards you, then away from you.
  14. Work quickly as the melted Biscoff will begin to cool rapidly and set.
  15. Add crushed cookie pieces around the outside.
  16. Place in the fridge covered for two or more hours.


  • The longer it sits, the softer the cookies will become.
  • You could use a cool whip instead of making your own whipped cream, but it will be sweeter with the whipped cream.
  • The recipe calls for two packs of Biscoff cookies. Note you may not use them all, but one of my packs was crushed, so be mindful of this possibility.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 203Total Fat: 19gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 56mgSodium: 33mgCarbohydrates: 8gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 2g

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