Biscoff brownie squares on a wire baking rack

Decadent Vegan Biscoff Brownies

Decadent Vegan Biscoff Brownies

Oh yes you need these brownies! If you only have one brownie recipe, or only one cake recipe, make it this one! You know when you want something so delicious, so sweet and worthy of its decadence… this is it! Seriously you really need to make these vegan biscoff brownies!

Plate of 9 biscoff brownies
BIscoff Brownies

The Brownie Recipe

We’ve tried to keep these as simple as possible with regular storecupboard ingredients. Flour, butter, sugar and cocoa powder are pretty standard, baking powder is adjustable (read your pack for how many teaspoons to use per 100g flour) and vanilla can be extract, essence or powder. The viscosity of the yogurt you use will make the texture of these brownies slightly different – ours was relatively runny for a plain yogurt.

Biscoff

Obviously as these are biscoff brownies, you need some sort of biscoff! Any caramelised biscuit spread will do, or failing that, you could use your favourite chocolate spread or even peanut butter. Optional but for added deliciousness if you can get biscoff biscuits, plain or cream filled, these are a great addition.

Wire cooling tray with nine squares of biscoff topped chocolate brownies stacked o nit.
Decadent Vegan Biscoff Brownies
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Biscoff Brownies

Vegan chocolate brownies swirled with biscoff spread.

Keyword: brownies, chocolate,, recipes, vegan
Created by:: Laurena @LifeDietHealth
Gather
  • 100 g plain yogurt (we used alpro plain soya)
  • 100 ml milk (we used Oatly Barista)
  • 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
  • 250 g plain flour (gluten free if required)
  • 150 g sugar (we used granulated)
  • 50 g cocoa powder (use half if using raw cacao)
  • 5 teaspoons baking powder (check quantities per 100g on your packet)
  • pinch of salt
  • 100 g butter (melted) (we used Vitalite)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • *optional 5-10 lotus or lotus cream biscuits (broken/crushed)
  • *optional 2-4 tablespoons chocolate chips (or chunks)
  • 2-6 tablespoons Biscoff spread
Prepare
  1. Whisk the yogurt and milk together, then add the apple cider vinegar and mix well. Set aside.

  2. In a large bowl combine the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt.

  3. Add the milk mixture, the butter and the vanilla to the dry mixture. Combine everything thoroughly.

  4. Two choices. Mix your optional biscuits and/or chocolate in to the batter first, or put half of the brownie mix in your prepared tin, scatter your optional extras over, then add the remaining brownie mixture on top.

  5. Two options for the biscoff spread – dot half of the spread in the middle of the brownie so it is sandwiched in the middle or just follow the next step.

  6. Drizzle the biscoff spread over the top of the brownie mixture and tap the tin gently to level out.

  7. Bake at Gas Mark 4 (350f / 175c) for 40-45 minutes. The brownie will still be soft in the middle but should be pulling away from the edges of the tin.

  8. Take in the delicious aromas and try not to eat it whilst it is too hot! Enjoy!


Wire cooling rack with a whole pan of biscoff chocolate brownie before slicing.
Freshly baked biscoff chocolate brownie

What do I need?

You can (as with most of our recipes), make these as simple or as complicated as you like! We generally use a deep square or rectangular non-stick or reusable foil pan for brownies, but if you only have a round cake tin, use that instead! There are of course, fancy brownie pans with dividers for cutting equal sqaures – we used to have one but still made brownies in a regular tin! If you are new to cooking or your kitchen needs a refresh, here are a few useful things for this recipe. We do receive a small commission if you click and purchase through these links.



How to serve your brownies

These are absolutely delicious as they are straight out of the pan! Serve them warm or cold, either way they are great! You could also serve them with ice-cream, cream or even custard. Add some fresh fruit, we suggest strawberries or raspberries, or even black cherries.

Wire cooling rack with side view of biscoff chocolate brownie squares.
Squidgy biscoff chocolate brownies

Storing

We don’t actually think you will have any of these left to store, but just in case, they are fine just covered on the worktop! They can also be frozen if wrapped well, dated and labelled! Pop a couple in the freezer before you eat them all, for an instant delicious brownie any time you want!

Square foil tray of just baked vegan biscoff chocolate brownie before cutting.
Tray of vegan biscoff brownies

Other chocolate recipes

Of course, we have other brownie recipes on the blog already! and sticky chocolate cupcakes are always a favourite! Why not try a chocolate caramel slice (these are great frozen too) or this easy storecupboard chocolate cake which is a healthier option if cake can be healthy!

Sharing

Oh yes! This batch makes enough biscoff brownies to share! Well, maybe! They are slightly addictive so if you need to eat a bit less sugar, why not share?! I’m going to take these over to Angie’s Fiesta Friday co-hosted this week by Petra @ Food Eat Love! If you’ve never been to the Fiesta, it’s a great place where everyone gets together virtually and shares their food. There’s also other posts to see – maybe sewing ideas or home decorating tips. As always, there’s loads of friends old and new to meet! Come over and say hello!

Close up of a biscoff chocolate brownie on a wire tray with other brownies muted in the background.
BIscoff chocolate brownie

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Speak soon

Laurena x

26 Comments

  • Eva Gallon 3rd July 2020 at 19:33

    Looks absolutely scrumptious?Only thing is though, I can’t keep anything like Biscoff or Nutella, etc, in the house as it WILL get demolished within 2 days max (trust me haha).

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 3rd July 2020 at 19:47

      Thanks Eva. They were so good! You could make them with peanut butter- the brownies themselves are a really

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 3rd July 2020 at 19:53

      ??‍♀️lol… really great recipe!? Buy the biscoff to make these, then there won’t be so much to eat! ? Have you tried melting it and pouring over ice-cream! Ooo, biscoff sundae… biscoff brownies, vanilla ice-cream, crushed biscoff biscuits with a biscoff drizzle! ???

      Reply
  • Eva Gallon 3rd July 2020 at 20:30

    Can you believe I’ve never been a big ice cream fan? That’s one thing I can feel virtuous about ?

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 3rd July 2020 at 21:02

      Oh gosh… we lived on ice-cream when growing up! I could describe sundaes from years ago!!! Big part of life!

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  • Eva Gallon 3rd July 2020 at 21:11

    I was very fond of the lemon sorbet I’d often have at Southend beach (or Sarfend lol)- it was a very vivid yellow back in the 80s, I imagine there were a few E numbers and such, not like the pale lemon sorbet you get nowadays. Oh, and I recall eating lots of Feast choc lollies in the garden (Magnum far too sweet, eww)

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 4th July 2020 at 09:26

      If you could see the mint surprise sundae we used to eat at Little Chef or possibly Happy Eater! Colour of shiny green washing up liquid!!! Oh, I never used to do Magnums either unitl I moved to Hungary where they had raspberry ripple ones (possibly with yogurt coating)! Yes we had Feasts too (& Cornetto’s)!

      Reply
  • Eva Gallon 4th July 2020 at 18:20

    Duh, how could I forget Cornettos?

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 4th July 2020 at 19:21

      Favourite cornetto?

      Reply
  • Eva Gallon 4th July 2020 at 19:40

    The classic choc nut one, the mint one was ok too☺ I guess I’m just not a fan of sundaes or ice cream bowls haha

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 4th July 2020 at 19:56

      Ahhh… mine was always mint! or if not then strawberry! Or failing that vanilla! 😛 Never ate the chocolate at the bottom though! That was always Dads! 😀 x

      Reply
  • Eva Gallon 4th July 2020 at 22:41

    The choc at the bottom was the best bit! The same with the Feast lol, I guess I’m more of a choc fan?Enjoy the rest of the weekend x

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 4th July 2020 at 22:48

      I love chocolate but I always found that made me thirsty and took away the creamy ice-cream taste! I’ve been playing with more biscoff recipes today!

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  • Petra 5th July 2020 at 21:18

    I love a good brownie and what a great recipe ? They look so indulgent and delicious!
    Thank you for sharing them with us at Fiesta Friday! x

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 5th July 2020 at 22:08

      Thanks Petra. They are so really really delicious! I hope you’re well, staying safe and your business has been okay during lockdown. Thanks for co-hosting. xxx

      Reply
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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 10th July 2020 at 16:43

      Yay! These brownies so deserve to be featured! 😛 I think it’s time to make another batch!

      Reply
  • Sarah 13th July 2020 at 07:58

    These look so good! I know what to make for my vegan friends ?

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 13th July 2020 at 08:09

      Thank you Sarah and welcome to Life Diet Health! This is a great recipe for everyone… nobody will know they’re vegan! Please tag & share your photos when you do make them!

      Reply
  • truthisacommodity 19th July 2020 at 16:53

    Looks very tasty ?

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 19th July 2020 at 17:14

      Thank you! They are really good – you should try them!??

      Reply
  • truthisacommodity 19th July 2020 at 17:21

    Indeed ?

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 19th July 2020 at 17:24

      Let us know how they come out??You can share photos using #LifeDietHealth or @LifeDietHealth

      Reply
  • truthisacommodity 19th July 2020 at 17:24

    Yes ?

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  • Heersh 7th August 2020 at 10:33

    It was very Noice 😉

    Reply
    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth 7th August 2020 at 19:15

      Thank you! Was that a hint!?

      Reply

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