Biscoff Fudge

Desserts don’t have to be complicated...Desserts just have to be delicious!

I'm well aware that there is a proper way to make fudge. You bring the sugar to a very specific temperature and if you’re lucky you create this amazing silky, creamy, fudgy texture.

The problem? I’m so glad you asked! You see, I'm not always so lucky...

So I like to make it the easy way- the foolproof way, the no-tears way. Believe me, it's better for all of us in the end.

But I can't just make regular fudge, no no, this is moment where I just have to take my dessert to that next level, I just can’t resist adding one more thing, and that thing, is BISCOFF!

(If you are STILL unaware of the amazingness that is Biscoff I will once again, direct you here)

Enjoy my Biscoff Fudge AKA Heaven ;)


14oz can sweetened condensed milk

12oz bag semi-sweet chocolate chips

1 tsp vanilla

Pinch of Salt

½ Cup Biscoff, warmed

Combine the sweetened condensed milk and chocolate chips in a pan and cook over med low heat. Stir continuously until chips are completely melted.  Add the vanilla and salt and stir to combine.  Pour into a 9 x 11 pan. Pour warmed Biscoff Spread on top of fudge and swirl it into the fudge with a knife. Let harden at room temp or in the fridge. Cut and ENJOY!


  • You can use any size pan you like, the smaller the pan the thicker the fudge
  • You can substitute the semi-sweet chocolate chips for dark chocolate or milk chocolate


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