Biscoff Cream Eggs

Easy Easter eggs truffles made with that delicious Biscoff spread in the middle.  These Biscoff Cream Eggs are the perfect extra homemade goodie that your family will love this year.

Biscoff Cream Eggs, Biscoff spread

For the past few years I have been making these Peanut Butter eggs/rabbits at Easter for my kids to enjoy.  My oldest son absolutely devours them each and every time.  This year he told me he wanted his birthday cake to be made completely from this filling.  I think he is on to something :-)

Biscoff Cream Eggs, Biscoff

 We made a batch of Peanut Butter Cream eggs this weekend, but it got me thinking.  There are so many people with nut allergies that can’t enjoy these delicious eggs.  Now this isn’t rocket science and it’s probably been done a thousand times, so just humor me.  I substituted Biscoff spread for the peanut butter!!!

Oh my word!!!!  The dough itself was addicting…yes, I may have had my fair share of little pieces.  But when you dip the eggs in white chocolate, it is like true magic.  White chocolate and Biscoff just belong together!!!

Biscoff Cream Eggs, Biscoff

Let’s get started making some eggs.  First mix all your ingredients into a dough.  Then divide that yummy dough into 12 balls.  If you are anything like me, you will have trouble not eating one or two of those balls.  Shape them into an egg shape and flatten slightly.

Now here is the part of the recipe that I don’t like.  You have to refrigerate the dough!  Boo!  That means I have to exercise patience before I can dip the eggs.   You could dip them early, but I really don’t recommend it.  Freezing the dough just helps it keep its shape better when you start pouring hot melted chocolate over the top.

Biscoff Cream Eggs, Biscoff
After about 30 minutes in the freezer, we are ready to dip.  Melt the vanilla CandiQuik according to the package and give it a stir.  I like to use a fork to drop the egg into the chocolate.  Then you use a spoon to cover the tops of the eggs.  Do not let them sit in the hot chocolate for very long.  We don’t want runny eggs getting in the chocolate…although melty Biscoff chocolate would be kind of nice to dip apples in :-)

Biscoff Cream Eggs, Biscoff

 Remove the eggs and place on a wax paper lined tray and go to town with some sprinkles.  I used two different kinds just for some more fun.  It made them look so pretty!!!

What are you waiting for?  You can be enjoying Biscoff eggs in less than an hour!  I’m feeling the itch to make a few more batches!

Biscoff Cream Eggs, Biscoff


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 Here are some more fun treats that make good Easter treats:


Carrot Cake Fudge

Peanut Butter Easter Chicks 3

 Peanut Butter Easter Egg Chicks

Oreo Coconut Gooey Cake Bars 3

 Oreo Coconut Gooey Cake Bars


Biscoff Cream Eggs

Prep Time: 1 hour

Yield: 12 eggs

Biscoff Cream Eggs

Biscoff and marshmallow cream dipped in white chocolate for a fun twist on those Easter eggs.


6 Tablespoons butter, softened
1/2 cup Biscoff spread
1/4 cup marshmallow cream
2 cups powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
8 ounces vanilla CandiQuik (1/2 a package)
1/4 cup sprinkles


  1. In a large mixing bowl beat the butter and Biscoff until creamy. Add the marshmallow cream and vanilla and cream again. Slowly add the powdered sugar until it is all mixed in.
  2. Divide the dough into 12 balls. Shape and flatten each ball into an egg shape. Place onto egg on a wax paper lined tray and freeze for at least 30 minutes.
  3. Melt the CandiQuik according to the package directions. Using a fork, place an egg one at a time into the melted chocolate. Use a spoon to cover the tops. Remove the egg using the fork again. Tap gently on the side of the bowl to remove the excess chocolate. Place on the wax paper lined tray and top with sprinkles immediately. Makes 12 Easter eggs. Store in a loosely sealed container on the counter for 5-7 days


You could also divide the dough down even smaller to make 24 biscoff truffles.


Other Biscoff treats from around the web:

Chocolate Biscoff Puppy Chow from Kitchen Meets Girl
Biscoff White Chocolate Cookies
from Shugary Sweets
Biscoff Bunny Tail Truffles from Bubbly Nature Creations

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Biscoff Fluff Brownies

Do you ever use your phone as a flashlight?
brownies made with biscoff
And I don’t mean use the flashlight app.
Do you use the glow from the screen to see where you are going?
I would not recommend it.
The glow distorts things in the dark…
it doesn’t really show you how many steps you have left on a dark staircase.
And by dark stairs, I really mean pitch black stairs.

Yes, I tried this out on Friday.
I thought for sure I was on the last step, but that glow got me.
Or it was the floor that got me.
Either way I ended up on my back with a twisted ankle.
Thank goodness for my phone not flying too far out of my reach,
so I could call my hubby in a panic.
I thought for sure it was broken.
There was lots of tears and dizziness and laughing
as I got a ride to the house in a wheelchair.

I’m still babying it two days later.
The nurse at church says go get it looked at since it didn’t swell,
but, hey, I can walk.
And by walk, I really mean hobble.
I’m sure I should milk this for all its worth:-)

And this was the week I had decided to be serious about my exercising.
There goes my morning Taebo and running routine.

I think the dessert devils are out to get me, because I didn’t bake very much this past week.
They don’t like all this talk of exercise and healthy eating.
It wasn’t the phone fault I fell…
it was probably a sugar demon following me around just waiting for the right time to shove me.

Maybe I should spend more time this week making up to them
with more brownies like these.
I think super fudge-y brownies with biscoff and marshmallow fluff might just do the trick.
Brownies this good can fix just about anything.

But just in case,
I’m not getting near any more dark stairs with only a glow to see by.


Biscoff Fluff Brownies

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 15 servings

Biscoff Fluff Brownies

Chocolate brownies filled with Biscoff cookies, marshmallow cream, and Biscoff spread


1 box brownie mix (9x13 pan size)
1 1/4 c.Biscoff cookies, broken in chunks
3/4 c. marshmallow cream
1/2 c. Biscoff spread
1/4 c. Biscoff cookie crumbs


  1. Prepare brownie mix according to the 2 egg directions on the back of the box. Spread half the batter in a greased 9 x 13 pan. Place cookie chunks on top of batter.
  2. In a bowl, combine the marshmallow fluff and Biscoff spread until creamy. Drop by spoonfuls on top of brownie batter and cookies. Cover with the rest of the brownie batter. Sprinkle the cookie crumbs on top. Bake at 350* for 25-27 minutes. Let cool.