Biscoff Chocolate Molten Cakes

So everyone has heard of Nutella. By now you are probably sick of me talking about Nutella and although I am still in love with this yummy spread- my new found love is Biscoff! Yep Biscoff and if it wasn’t for the Secret Recipe Club and my assigned blog Mother Thyme I would have never found out about this amazing- out of this world Spread and Cookies! I think I might be addicted! You may have heard of Biscoff before but if you haven’t then let me explain. It is a delicious coffee flavored shortbread type cookie that is crunchy yet silky and just melts in your mouth with that first crunchy bite. Its a flavor mixture of coffee, brown sugar and spices and both the spread and cookies are perfect for baking.

It was Valentines Day and I wanted to make something extra special for my husband- my friend- the love of my life. Yes- I’m sappy but its true! Chocolate of course had to be the main ingredient but to kick things up a notch I thought I would use a combo of recipes from Mother of Thyme and then tweak them a bit. She is an inspiration and you leave her blog with your stomach growling. Mother of Thyme did a Biscoff Blondie recipe that looked incredible and then she did a chocolate bundt cake. Put those two main ingredients together and then tweak the cake part to include a yummy decadent creamy biscoff chocolate filling and you have yourself the MOST INCREDIBLE DESSERT KNOWN TO MAN!  GENIUS! The biscoff spread paired perfectly with the melted oeey gooey chocolate filling and the coffee and spice flavor really added a whole new dimension to the idea of chocolate cake. Seriously, if you would have dropped in on me that day you would have found me in the kitchen licking the bowl from rim to rim!

I melted a few chocolate chips along with the biscoff spread before adding it to the chocolate filling so that I could keep the “look” of chocolate but have a nice biscoffy (i made that word up) surprise once you take a bite!

There is nothing extra special about a Molten Chocolate Cake but a Biscoff Chocolate Molten Cake- now that is special. Give thanks to Mother Thyme for the inspiration behind this incredible dessert!

Biscoff Chocolate Molten Cakes
  • 1 stick plus 1 tablespoon unsalted butter, plus melted butter for brushing
  • ¼ cup AP flour
  • 8 ounces chocolate chips- half semi-sweet and half dark
  • ¼ cup chocolate chips, semi-sweet
  • 4 TBSP of Biscoff Spread
  • 1 tablespoon confectioners’ sugar, plus more for sprinkling
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp espresso
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3 large eggs, at room temperature
  • Pinch of salt
  1. Preheat the oven to 425°. Brush four 6-ounce ramekins with melted butter.Transfer the ramekins to a sturdy baking sheet. In a medium saucepan, melt 1 stick of butter with the chocolate over very low heat, stirring occasionally. Let cool slightly and set aside, Melt the ¼ cup of chocolate chips with the biscoff spread before adding it to the chocolate butter mixture. Set aside.
  2. In a bowl, using an electric mixer, beat the granulated sugar with the eggs and salt at medium-high speed until thick and pale yellow, 3 minutes. Using a rubber spatula, fold in the melted chocolate until no streaks remain. Add in the espresso and vanilla. Fold in the ¼ cup of flour.
  3. Spoon two-thirds of the batter into the prepared ramekins, then spoon the peanut butter mixture on top. Cover with the remaining chocolate batter. Bake in the center of the oven for 16 minutes, until the tops are cracked but the centers are still slightly jiggly. Transfer the ramekins to a rack and let cool for 5 to 8 minutes.


  1. val

    I need to jump on the biscoff band-wagon. I have never tried it and this cake is something I would love to eat right now.

  2. Bonnie

    I can’t linger on your post–I have to go find some chocolate. I’ve never heard of Biscoff but plan to change that. Honestly, I think I can smell the chocolate emanating from your blog!!!!!


  3. Erica

    so, my FIL is OBSESSED with molten cake. I absolutely must make this for him. it looks perfect!

  4. 2 sisters recipes

    Mmm perfect for this evening! I have a guest for dinner and this is a perfect dessert for this evening, thanks for a great recipe!

  5. Jennifer | Mother Thyme

    Wow! I just love your combination of the recipes to make this out of the world dessert! I am so happy you discovered the world of Biscoff. Like you I am a Nutella lover and now a Biscoff lover too. It is completely addicting. Thank you for such lovely and kind words.

  6. Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen

    Looks gooey and delicious. There were rows and rows of Nutella in French supermarkets when we were in Provence. They must love it too.

  7. kitchen flavours

    Yes, this looks incredibly delicious! Have not heard of Biscoff either, got to keep a look out for this! Thanks for sharing yet another wonderful yummy!

  8. Three-Cookies

    Looks amazing – crusty with molten centre. Heard a lot about biscoff but never seen it around

  9. Barbara @ Barbara Bakes

    Sounds delicious! I’m posting a Biscoff quick bread soon.

  10. lena

    there i told you…you are one super creative woman! with a little twists here and there, you are killing (oops) everyone with your molten cakes! i probably would have done the same thing like you..licking the bowl! LOL!!

  11. Asmita

    So yum! Wish I could have it right now. Molten cakes look incredible!

  12. Kate

    Beautiful and amazing dessert! I love molten cake and can hardly wait to try this one. Excellent choice for SRC.

  13. Marsha @ The Harried Cook

    Oh my! This looks SO good… Love that it has Biscoff in it… Yum! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!

  14. Cara

    I just bought my first can of Biscoff a few days ago and can’t wait to try some recipes with it! This would be a great first start I think!

  15. Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking

    Oh my goodness this looks amazing! A chocolate lovers dream!!

  16. Norma Chang

    Your photo is incredible. Anything with chocolate is for me.

  17. Shea

    I’ve recently heard of Biscoff, but I’ve never tried either the cookies or the spread. It sounds heavenly though. And WOW when you put it into a molten cake thing, I’m totally sold!!

  18. cindy

    I bought a jar of Biscoff and wasn’t quite sure what to do with it (other than eat it by the spoonful). I love Molten cakes (made some for Valentines) can’t wait to try this version. Great SRC pick.

  19. SharleneT

    This is wrong on so many levels! I can’t wait to try it. Yuuuummmmmy! Come visit when you can.

  20. Judy

    Yumm, I have to find some Biscoff spread. I’ve only had the cookies on airplanes but they are really good.

  21. kelli

    Biscoff and Molton….WOW I know this is going to be over the top and this is one Im going to have to try! I cant wait girl, yum

  22. Mandy - The Complete Cook Book

    Don’t think we get Biscoff here. Your molten cake looks very moreish.
    🙂 Mandy

  23. Lisa

    This Looks Incredible!

  24. Nami | Just One Cookbook

    My goodness I need to try this. It sounds easy enough for me to bake it. Oh I’m afraid I might be addicted to this…

  25. daphne

    oh why did I come LOL the warm chocolate is so appealing to me! Great work done on this- your hubby must be pleased!

  26. Joanne

    I just gained many pounds merely THINKING about how many of htese I’m going to eat! oy. not good.

  27. Maureen

    I love molten cakes when they’re still warm and ooey gooey. This cake looks like something that should be at my house.

  28. yummychunklet

    Wow, these look amazing! I’m not a huge fan of chocolate, but even I’d grab one of these!

  29. Jeannie

    Wow, your molten cakes certainly looks delicious from here! wish I could taste some!

  30. Rachel @ The Avid Appetite

    You are like a sweet but evil genius, my friend. These look unreal. I never would have thought to make molten cakes with biscoff – amazing! Great pick for SRC 🙂 Maybe one of these months we’ll get each other’s blogs!!

  31. Vianney Rodriguez

    yummy X 3… loving this!!

  32. Rhonda

    I started eating Biscoff cookies when I lived in Europe but can’t find any cookies or spread here in Montana…bummer! fortunately Delta airlines passes them out so when ever I fly I snag a bunch 😉 I might have to get desperate and order online, this looks soooo good!

  33. Sandie

    Holy Crow, I want that!!! When I was in NY I got my hands on a jar of the biscoff spread. Pure heaven… That stuff should be illegal.
    Best, Sandie

  34. Geni

    You’ll never believe this but my daughter has us HOOKED on Biscoff butter. We have new saying around here, “Everything’s better with Biscoff!” (especially pancakes for the record). These molten cakes will make my daughter go crazy with happiness. I just shouted out to her that I have found your recipe and she is squealing with delight. Thank you for sharing this. Biscoff is a very dangerous indulgence because it is totally addictive. So glad you posted this!

  35. Eva

    Gorgeous and decadent dessert Jessica. Nice Valentine’s finalé.

  36. Caroline

    Ooey gooey goodness!! These look fabulous. A chocolate lovers dream come true.

  37. Malli

    Utterly tasty and scrumptious dessert …. Never tasted biscoff but love nutella…I can get addicted to the biscoffiness in this molten chocolate cake:)
    Your husband must have thoroughly enjoyed it-

  38. Charles

    Oh my – that does look rather awesome – I’d love to just crack through that top surface with a spoon and squidge around all the goo inside! Lovely!

  39. Pure Complex

    When you say chocolate.. I come running lol :). I LOVE molten cakes and never knew which recipe I should make. Well.. I will be starting off with yours this week 🙂

  40. sonia

    Hi there,
    I am totally in love with this biscoff molten cake and can imagine how soft and yum it would have been. Gng to try it pretty soon, take care !

  41. Stefanie

    I’ve been hearing so much about biscoff but haven’t tried it. It looks wonderful in the molten cakes. Beautifully done 🙂

  42. jo-lyn's cup cakes n' candies

    Ohmygosh!! That looks so good!! I need one right now!! lol I’m not even kidding! nom nom nom Saving this recipe for later!!!

  43. Sheila

    Oh my heavens…I don’t think that is in my diet plan…it looks amazing!

  44. Lisa~~

    Biscoff spread is wonderful and in a molten cake…WOW!

    If you haven’t already, I’d love for you to check out my Group ‘A’ SRC entry: Crunchy Fudgy Heart Bites

    Cook Lisa Cook

  45. Reem | Simply Reem

    This looks fantastic!!!
    Easy and delicious, just the way I want my dessert to be..

  46. Lisa {AuthenticSuburbanGourmet}

    WOW – these look absolutely divine. Glad to be part of SRC group C with you!

  47. Kiran @

    I should have waited till morning to read this post — reading it at 1:30am isn’t helping my chocolate cravings, which is now growing exponentially 😀

  48. Alli

    That looks like some serious extra special gooey yuminess

  49. Collette Osuna

    SIN in a cup, lol….I was just looking at Pinterest last night and saw a cake in a cup, NOTHING that looks as good as this though:)

    Hope you are having a good week sweets! Ive been working overtime like a dog, lol

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  50. Kristy

    My kids would love to stop by for some. 😉 Looks absolutely decadent.

  51. Mary

    WOW!! I really don’t know what else to say!
    mary x

  52. Liz

    Oooh, boy, how fabulous!!! I’ve been eyeing that Biscoff spread at the market…but I’m afraid I’d have no restraint once it arrived home! I might just have a reason to purchase it now 🙂

  53. Candace

    Biscoff….Nutella….both are so amazing that they are dangerous around here. All I need is a spoon….or a finger….and I’m out of control I am loving this cake recipe. So far I’ve only used the Biscoff in cookie dough balls; but I’m thinking I might need to make one of these this weekend. It looks amazing!

  54. Rivki Locker

    Yum. This looks amazing. I’m dying to try Biscoff but I don’t think it’s kosher. Sad. 🙁
    Thanks for sharing!

  55. marla

    These molten cakes look AMAZING!! Thank goodness they are out of my reach right now 🙂

  56. Sawsan@chef in disguise

    I have never tried Biscoff before but that needs to change very soon!

  57. Karen (Back Road Journal)

    I have heard of Biscoff on many of the blogs and it must be incredibly delicious…everyone is reaving about it. I know I won’t be able to find it in New Hampshire but there is always the internet. Your molten cake looks terrific.

  58. Allie @ Allies Clean Plate Club

    I recently discovered Biscoff spread on the SRC facebook group. Now I am addicted!! I am excited to try your recipe, it looks delish! Great post and even better pictures of the steps. I am still just an “iphone picture blogger”, so my pictures aren’t exactly what the could be. your pictures make me want to get my act together!

  59. Baker Street

    NOW we’re talking! This is totally my kind of treat! Looks amazing,

  60. Erin

    Those look sooooo good! I’ve seen soooo many things made with biscoff spread, but I’m not sure where to find it in Canada (albeit it haven’t looked very hard). I’m going to have to ramp up my efforts to find it because I have to make these!!! 😀 Great to be in group C with you.

  61. Rachel

    This just climbed to the top of my “must make” list! It looks delicious! Many thanks for the recipe!

  62. Nicole-Lynn

    hey sweet girl! hope all is well with you and the fam! this recipe looks so gooood!

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  64. California Callie

    How I wish I am not on diet so I can eat a lot of this huhuhh….so yummy!

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