Biscoff Rolo Blondie Brownies

Blonde Brownies flavored with Biscoff spread and caramel filled Rolo candies!

The best brownies ever!

Biscoff Rolo Blondie Brownies

I’ve been buying Biscoff spread for over a year now.  I first bought a jar to make Bakarella’s Fudge.    I fell in love with the taste and never looked back.  Since then, I’ve managed to keep my Biscoff hoarding tendencies a secret.  I kept  my little jar hidden in the cupboard somewhere behind the half empty jar of molasses and the corn syrup.  I’d eat a little on my toast after the kids left for school, or I’d have a spoonful with my apples in the afternoon.   I’d smile each time that glass jar made an appearance and I’d savor each private spoonful of luscious, ginger spread.  Oh, how  I LOVE, love, love Biscoff spread!!  It’s truly my guilty pleasure.

Biscoff Rolo Blondie Brownies

My private affair with the solo jars of Biscoff spread were going well until about two months ago.  See, I made so many gingerbread recipes over the holidays,  I managed to use up all my molasses.  It never really occurred to me to replace that jar so that my Biscoff would remain hidden.   Unfortunately for me,  our peanut butter is usually located in the same cupboard.  My daughter was innocently reaching for the peanut butter one day when she grabbed the Biscoff instead.  As soon I heard “mom, what’s this?”, I know my blissful Biscoff bubble had popped!  I would now have to share my beloved Biscoff with the family, which means I’d probably have to start buying Biscoff in bulk!

Biscoff Rolo Blondie Brownies

I’m afraid our family Biscoff addiction will put us in the poor house.  But it’s worth it.  Now I buy a jar for us to eat, a back up jar for us to eat and one to use in baked goods, like these cups.  This time I used it in brownies or to be specific, blondie brownies!!  They are very sweet and very addictive!  And to make them even more irresistible, I threw in a whole bag of Rolo candies!!  Seriously, have you ever seen a better brownie?  No, you haven’t.

When the brownies first come out of the oven, you’ll notice the edges are set, but the center looks very soft.  That’s how they are supposed to be, trust me!!  Don’t over bake them.  And whatever you do, have a glass of milk handy!

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Biscoff Rolo Blondie Brownies
  • 1 cup butter
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • ¾ cup white sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup Biscoff Spread
  • 1 ¾ cup flour
  • ¾ teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 12oz package Rolo Candy
  1. Preheat oven to 350. Line a 9x13 pan with parchment paper, set aside
  2. In a bowl, cream together butter and both sugars. Add eggs one at time, beating well after each addition. Stir in vanilla and Biscoff spread. Combine flour and baking powder and slowly add to Biscoff mixture. Stir in half of the Rolo candies. Spread batter into prepared pan. Chop remaining Rolo’s and press onto the top of blondie.
  3. Bake for 40-45 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Edges will set and blondies will be soft. Let cool completely before cutting squares. Blondies will stay very soft and moist.
  4. Makes 24


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70 Responses

  1. These are just wonderful!
    We finally have here Biscoff Spread so I can make these blondies :)

    • Yeah for Biscoff spread!!!! Thats big Winnie! I hope you enjoy!

  2. Oh my word Tanya, these are filled with everything I love! I think we need to meet for coffee today so you can bring me some of these :)

    • I think we do need to meet! I can’t promise these will survive the card right there, I may have to snack on them! Thanks Aimee!

  3. These bars look wonderful! Believe it or not, I’ve never heard of Biscoff Spread, but it sounds like something I need to try!

  4. These blondies are the perfect use for biscoff! I’d have to make a double batch, though, if I wanted them to last more than a day at my house!

    • I SHOULD have a made a double batch, these were gone in no time!

    • Yes, you do need some Biscoff! You’ll have to write it on your hand!

  5. Too funny we posted similar recipes on the same day. It was my first biscoff recipe and I am hooked.

    These look so decadent!!

    • It only takes one recipe to get completely hooked!

  6. I’ve never used Biscoff Spread before, but it sounds delicious and these blondies look awesome!

    • Holly, Biscoff will change your life! It’s amazing stuff!

    • I can’t stop either, which is why I have to have at least 3 jars hand!

  7. I seem to recall you and I discussing Biscoff last Fall, Tanya. The stuff scares me. You see, I’ve already got a jar of chocolate peanut butter hidden on a shelf. I live alone but I hide it so that I won’t be having a taste whenever I walk through the kitchen. If Biscoff is as good as you say — and I’ve no reason to doubt you — I’ll have 2 jars hidden away. Maybe I’ll just wait until the chocolate PB is gone before I buy any Biscoff. Believe me, that chocolate PB has a very short shelf life. :)
    Thanks for sharing what looks like a fantastic recipe.

    • It HIGHLY addictive John! You are forewarned! See I’ve never tried the chocolate peanut butter! I have a feeling my family would eat that just as quickly!

  8. Sally Miller

    I never heard of Biscoff spread, Tanya, but I’m definitely going to get some after reading this. (I still hide my stash of “Cherries, Berries and Nuts”, though now it’s not from the kids–it’s from Karl. Nothing worse than going to the cupboard for a pick-me-up favorite snack and finding that someone else finished your sweet-and-salty temptations and left half a bag of their stale chips or whatever that you wouldn’t want to eat even when they were fresh.) But I’ve always loved blonde brownies, so I’m looking forward to trying these. Thank you.

  9. You sound like Biscoff addict. I buy a couple of jars at a time and they are assigned, one for baking, one for eating straight out of the jar, etc. My 3 yr old is addicted too. She is always asking for “cookie frosting”. I can’t wait to try these!

    • Shannon, I’m so glad it’s not just me!! I have to have at least 3 jars on hand!! We just love it!

    • Thank Rachel! I want them too,we ate them already!

  10. Biscoff will quickly put me in the poorhouse too, or in Biscoff Anon, but it’s well worth it! SO delicious and luscious. These blondies are easily one of the best creations with Biscoff EVER. Love the oozing caramel from the Rolos.

    • Your are to sweet Hayley! Biscoff Anon, ha that’s funny Hayley! It is highly addictive isn’t it?

    • You haven’t tried it? In a way I envy your Christi!! There’s not going back now!

  11. Yummy, yummy, yummy!

  12. thegunnysack

    I’ve never had Biscoff spread either! :( I think I need to go find it! Thanks for sharing at Time To Sparkle!

  13. I thought Biscoff on it’s own was amazing but you’ve kicked it up big time Tanya! I can’t wait to try these! Amazing :)

  14. bakerbynature

    Oh blondies! I am SUCH a fan. And this biscoff version looks totally addicting.

    • I’m a fan of blondies too! Thanks Ashley!

  15. Aaaaaamazing. I love cookie butter! Biscoff is the best and I love eating it straight out of the jar. These are so tempting. I am already starving for a sweet treat and these are making me run to the kitchen right now. :)

    • With a spoon is my favorite way to eat Biscoff! Thanks Sally!

  16. These are my husband’s favorite candy and I can’t wait to make these for him! He really deserves it right now. Thanks for helping me reward him! I just love your blog – you always have the coolest stuff! :)

    • You made my night Kelli! Thank you! I hope your husband enjoys them. Mine did!

  17. I had to laugh you forgot to replace the jar of molasses :) I can only imagine your daughter’s face when she found the jar of biscoff!
    These blondies sound amazing Tanya!

    • You know my molasses trick too Roxana? Thank you Roxana!

  18. I can’t wait to make this!!! I adore blondies and what’s not to love about biscoff and rolo? YUM!

    • That’s what I thought, whats not to love? Thank you Anne!

  19. Haha that stinks that you have to share your Biscoff, but it’s hard to hide something so good! Speaking of which, WOW are these blondies for real? So much goodness in one place!

    • It does stink doesn’t it??? Oh well, at least I know I can buy more!

  20. Two of my absolute all time favorite things!! Biscoff and rolo!! Obsessed :)

    • We are both obsessed! Seriously good stuff! Thanks Liz!

    • Biscoff is amazing stuff. Thanks Heather!

  21. Carol Layne

    I have never heard of Biscoff spread. Where can I purchase it. Looks so good

    • I find mine near the bakery section in my grocery store.


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