Biscoff Brownie Slices

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After making the Peanut Butter Brownie Slices I started to think about what other combinations I could do. 

Biscoff was an obvious choice.  Biscoff is a biscuit spread. The biscuits are Speculoos; a spiced caramel biscuit popular in Belgium and the Netherlands. It always reminds me of my chocolate and waffle filled holiday there last year.

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Maison Dandoy - a gorgeous biscuit shop in Brussels which specialises in Speculoos, the moulds in the picture are used to make traditional biscuits

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Biscoff is fast becoming as popular as Nutella and is sold in most supermarkets and also recently spotted near the huge jars of Nutella at my local crepe stand.

To make the Biscoff layer I melted 400g of Crunchy Biscoff with 300g of milk chocolate and 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter over a water bath. Once melted and mixed until incorporated the mixture was poured over the brownie in the tin.

Everything else is the same as the peanut butter brownie slices, however, this time for the brownie I used caster sugar as I wasn’t sure how strong the Biscoff flavour would be and didn’t want the caramelly/fudgy brownie to mask the flavour.

I can’t decide which ones I found more delicious, these or the peanut butter brownies.

Maybe I should make another batch of both to help me decide? šŸ˜‰

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