Wow, this summer has been such a proper heatwave it’s be a struggle to do much baking. You’ll have noticed a distinct lack of new recipes in recent weeks; somehow even turning the oven on is the last thing I want to do when the temperature is in the 30s. Don’t worry though, there are plenty (and I mean plenty!) of recipes in the pipeline 🙂
As an allergy family always looking for something new and interesting, I still make goodies in a heatwave, preferably without turning the oven on. Step forward the magic no-bake recipe, an absolute winner in a midsummer heatwave, and perfect for getting the children involved.
These Biscoff caramel crispy bites were inspired by a current craze for Lotus Biscoff spread at Little S’s school and a need to avoid chocolate due to the unfortunate habit it has of melting in the heat! Sadly, chocolates and heatwaves just don’t mix.
These mini bites are sweet, crunchy, crispy and terribly moorish. You could make them bigger but they’re seriously sweet treats and so I think small is good. Be prepared to dive in for another though 😉
Not only do they not melt, they travel well making them perfect for picnics and keep for up to a week in the fridge. Pretty ideal if you have a summer holiday jam packed full of activities and not a moment to bake!
Biscoff Caramel Crispy Bites
(dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, vegetarian and vegan)
makes about 30 mini bites
200g golden syrup
100g caster sugar
100g Biscoff spread
2 tsp caramel essence
100g rice Krispies
- Line a baking tray with non-stick parchment
- In a saucepan, mix together the syrup, sugar, Biscoff and essence. Gently heat until the sugar has dissolved and you have a smooth thick mixture.
- Stir in the rice krispies and mix well
- Pour into the lined tray and level off. Leave to set in the fridge for at least half an hour.
- Cut into cubes
Fntastic recipe .I was thinking that this type recipes only Indian could make it, but you have done excellent job.
Thank you 😀
I would like to make this recipe, but live in the USA in NJ. What is Biscoff? Please advise. Thank you for your delicious recipes!
Hi Lisa, biscoff is a spread made from biscuits with a similar texture to nut butter. If you can tolerate nut butter that would be a good substitute or possibly chocolate spread x