White Chocolate Biscoff Bars

White Chocolate Biscoff Bars

Urban legends have it that I tend to opt
for the easy way out and hide and avoid and deny and forget and more or less
gracefully dodge bullets and steer away from sticky situations (unless it’s
bubble-gum-flavour-ice-lolly sticky situations. In which particular case, I’m
game) and my abilities as a most talented escape artist have been reported onon
numerous occasions.

In my defense, the quiet (or, nothingness)
after the madness pompously rolled out the red carpet for my head to wave
goodbye to reality and set sail for dreams; and for this very reason dreaded
deadly blood tests at seven in the morning have resulted in robotic
I-have-convinced-myself-I-am-still-asleep-and-that’s-not-really-a-needle type
behaviours that cause slight perplexity in hospitals; post-delivery client
amends with a deadline ofyesterday
in mystical tales of guardian angels named Shane; and mooncake moulds missing
in action and monthly expeditions to the
and one birthday cake training session too many (however: I am so
loved) in the creation of chocolate & biscuit spread bars that take less
than one German experimental music album to whip up and if they didn’t
dramatically worsen biscuit spread addiction and cause fatness and a spotty
face you would think they are a gift from the empyrean because they’re
delicious like that.

Now before I make my easy way out of this
too, to go stuff myself with biscuit spread bars, I wish to share with
posterity one last pearl of wisdom: the easy way out and white chocolate
Biscoff bars is better than no way out and no white chocolate Biscoff bars.



225g (8oz) Biscoff/speculoos biscuits

110g (1/2 cup) margarine, melted

190g (3/4 cup) Biscoff/speculoos biscuit

Chocolate layer:

300g (2 cups) vegan white chocolate,

125g (1/2 cup) Biscoff/speculoos biscuit

75g (1/2 cup) vegan white chocolate,

Line a 20x20cm/8×8” square cake tin with
parchment paper. Blitz the biscuits in a blender until finely ground, then add
melted margarine and biscuit spread and keep going until you get a smooth paste
that holds together. Place the mixture into the prepared tin, pressing it down
to cover the base, and smooth the top. Place in the fridge whilst you make the
chocolate layer.

Melt white chocolate and biscuit spread
together in a double boiler, stirring to combine, then pour over the crust.

For the finishing touches melt the
remaining white chocolate, then spoon small amounts over the chocolate+biscuit
spread layer. Use a toothpick or the tip of a spoon to stir it around in swirls
and patterns.

Place in the fridge to set for at least a
couple of hours before cutting into bars.

By the time they’re ready you’ll still be
listening to a song called ‘Marzipan’.

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Eva Rosenberg

Eva Rosenberg

Welcome to Eva's Kitchen where I share my adventures in cooking. My creations may not always turn out Pinterest perfect, but I usually end up with a funny picture or an interesting meal. Thanks for stopping by!


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