Let’s talk fudge…and Biscoff.
Please tell me you’ve had Biscoff, at least the cookies?
Those delicious little cookies that Delta hands out…
Well, they make a spread. I don’t even know how to explain it, besides that it is this sweet, creamy spread that tastes just like the cookies.
Apparently it is a European alternative to peanut butter or chocolate spread. And then we finally got with the program and select grocery stores carry it. I say select because I had to go to three different stores to find it. If you’d like to be prepared (unlike I was) they have a store locator on their website!
I eventually found it at this big box store that starts with a “W”, you have one near you. It’s in the peanut butter aisle. Get it!
(Are the folks at Biscoff listening?!)
And may I say, it is downright perfect when it is swirled into this rich, creamy, white fudge.
This THREE INGREDIENT fudge.
- 1½ packages (24 oz.) Vanilla CANDIQUIK Coating
- 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk
- 2 tablespoons Biscoff spread
- Prepare an 8x8" pan by lining with aluminum foil and coat with nonstick spray.
- Break Vanilla CANDIQUIK into small squares. Add Vanilla CANDIQUIK squares and sweetened condensed milk to a medium saucepan and melt over low heat; stirring frequently until smooth.
- Pour mixture into prepared pan. Slightly soften Biscoff spread by heating in the microwave for 5-10 seconds. Spoon Biscoff on top of fudge and use a knife to swirl the Biscoff through the fudge.
- Let set for 30-45 minutes. Cut into 1" squares to serve (store in the refrigerator for easy serving).
- Tip: (DO NOT overheat, if there are only a few tiny chunks of coating remaining while melting, remove from heat and stir until melted; the residual heat should melt any remaining chunks.)
I broke the CandiQuik into small pieces and added it to a medium saucepan along with a can of sweetened condensed milk (quite possibly one of the best things ever).
Melt this mixture over LOW heat, stirring constantly until smooth. I did notice when mine was almost melted, there were still a couple tiny chunks of CandiQuik left; I removed the pan from the heat and gave it a healthy stir (the residual heat melted the tiny pieces remaining). What I am trying to say here is, do not overheat this mixture.
Pour into a greased 8×8″ pan. (I lined mine with aluminum foil and coated with nonstick spray for extra easy cleanup)
To make the Biscoff spread swirl easily, I melted it slightly in the microwave. This only took about 8 seconds.
Drop the biscoff by the spoonful on top of the fudge. Use a knife to swirl across the top.