Brownie Tart with White Chocolate Biscoff Ganache + giveaway

Brownie Tart with White Chocolate Biscoff Ganache

A week or so ago, I received a promotional shipment from Biscoff…a CASE of their cookie spread!  After I got my face out of the first jar of it – I mean seriously, it’s amazing, on a spoon, right out of the jar – I decided I really needed to figure out how to bake with it, and STAT.  Otherwise, my diet for the week was looking bleak.

The spread is very much like a peanut butter consistency, so my immediate thought was some sort of butter cream or ganache – a quick look in my pantry revealed a few extra boxes of white chocolate, so this Which Chocolate Biscoff Ganache was born.

Brownie Tart with White Chocolate Biscoff Ganache

The ganache is very rich, but I’ve gotta tell you, it is the perfect topping for my Amazing Brownies.  I halved the recipe and baked them in a tart pan (because doesn’t everything taste better when it’s been baked in a tart pan??)  A sprinkle of grated chocolate and some crushed Biscoff cookies for garnish makes this dessert fancy enough for entertaining, but it’s so quick that it’s perfect for a weeknight treat, too.  If you don’t have time to whip up a homemade brownie recipe, you can use an 8×8 brownie mix for a little shortcut.

Brownie Tart with White Chocolate Biscoff Ganache

I’ve found that ganache is really much simpler when made in the microwave – while it’s not a big deal to make it on the stove top, it’s really very easy this way, too.  I pour my cream into a medium-sized glass bowl and nuke it for just a minute or so, until the cream is very hot but not quite boiling.  Immediately pour the chocolate into the hot cream and let it sit for a minute – once the heat begins to melt the chocolate, just stir constantly for a couple of minutes and you’ll have a beautiful, smooth ganache with half the effort, and half the dishes.

Brownie Tart with White Chocolate Biscoff Ganache

 I hope you enjoy the recipe!  Thank you again, for coming by my page and taking a few minutes to check out what’s going on in my kitchen.  I can’t tell you all enough how much I appreciate you!

The best way I know how to thank you all for your continued support is to again sponsor a fabulous giveaway for my readers.  Since a lot of the recipes I feature here at Lemon Sugar utilize a stand mixer, I thought I’d give you all another opportunity to win one!  I’m offering a 5-quart KitchenAid Mixer in your choice of colors. You can find the entry form down at the bottom of this post.  Good luck, and thanks again for stopping by today!  ♥

Brownie Tart with White Chocolate Biscoff Ganache

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Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 55 minutes

Yield: 12 servings

This easy brownie tart topped with a creamy Biscoff cookie-butter ganache is perfect for entertaining or just a weeknight dessert. Enjoy!

Recipe source: Lemon Sugar original. Brownie recipe adapted from My Baking Addiction

Ingredients

1 brownie mix, 8x8 size (or use half of this recipe)

6 ounces white chocolate, chopped

1/2 cup heavy cream

1/2 cup Biscoff Spread

2 Biscoff Cookies, crumbled for garnish (optional)

Grated white chocolate for garnish (optional)

Instructions

  1. Prepare tart pan with a generous application of cooking spray.
  2. Prepare brownies according to package or recipe directions.
  3. Cool brownies completely.
  4. In a medium sized bowl, heat cream in microwave until steaming hot but not boiling (about 1 minute)
  5. Pour chopped white chocolate into hot cream, and allow to sit for 1 minute.
  6. Gently stir chocolate until it begins to melt.
  7. Add Biscoff Spread, and stir until chocolate is completely melted and smooth.
  8. Allow to cool for 3 minutes, then pour over cooled brownie.
  9. Garnish with crumbled Biscoff cookies and grated white chocolate, if desired.
  10. Enjoy!
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Comments

  1. Karen McMaster says

    OMG your pic had me drooling and the recipe sounds so good and pretty easy too! I can see why you’d eat that right out of the jar!!

  2. Maureen Longland says

    Love your recipes. Thank you for sharing! I don’t know which recipe to make first, they all look delish!

  3. says

    I made the Peppermint Bark Cheesecake for Christmas and it was a big hit! But i do want to try those one hour cinnamon rolls and of course this. I love Biscoff. It gives my Nutella obsession a run for its money. :).Love your blog. Great recipes and ideas. (Giveaways too!) Thanks!

  4. Emily {Jelly Toast} says

    I first heard of Biscoff when I was researching peanut butter alternatives after finding out my daughter has a severe peanut allergy. I absolutely love the stuff!! This tart looks amazing :)

  5. says

    I just tried this for a get together!! RAVE reviews!! Would also LOVE to win the standup Mixer!!! That would make my life so much easier!! This is Tammy and not Jeff… LOL

  6. Natalie V says

    I like your recipe for Homemade Crescent Rolls. I’m really happy you posted this recipe for Biscoff ganache. It sounds delicious (being simple to make is a bonus, too!) Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. Debbie says

    Awesome recipe! I needed more ideas on how to use the case of Biscoff that I got free too. After heavy spoon dipping into my 1st jar and giving a couple jars to my daughter…I still have plenty to play with. Good luck everyone on the mixer!

  8. Kathleen says

    We got jars of Biscoff Spread in our runners’ goodie bags (go figure) last week. The ganache recipe sounds *amazing – can’t wait to try it!

  9. Catherine Infantino Polahcek says

    I can’t wai tto try your waffle and chocolate chip scone recipes. They look so good! Would love to win the mixer :) Thanks for the great give-a-way!

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