Delicious and easy one bowl eggless Biscoff muffins recipe for all the biscoff lovers out there. These have a tender crumb with an intense Lotus Biscoff flavor that is honestly borderline addictive.
Biscoff has to be one of my favorite ingredients to bake with. The spiced caramelized flavor of Biscoff can make any regular muffin or teacake infinitely better. These are super easy and do not require any fancy ingredients yet they taste absolutely AMAZING!
So, what is lotus biscoff and why is everyone obsessed with it?
If you are wondering about the internet’s love affair with biscoff, let me tell you I’ve been there and done that. While all the trending things on Instagram are not always worth it, this one is a sureshot exception!
Lotus biscoff was born in 1932 to a Belgian baker. It started off as caramelized biscuits that paired very well with coffee. Gradually it gained popularity and people started loving it so much that some of the top airlines started serving them on board. The chewy caramel tinged biscuits were addictive to say the least. The business then expanded into other things like the biscoff spread (which some consider even more decadent than the nutella spread), ice creams and sandwich biscuits.
And now as you can see biscoff has taken over the dessert game, be it cheesecakes, milkshakes, trifles or even our desi indian mithai. You’ve got to try the ‘biscoff sandesh’
Long story short- Biscoff is amazing and you have to make these muffins!
These one-bowl eggless biscoff muffins are
- Easy to make
- Supremely delicious
- Perfect for breakfast or dessert
- Do not require a lot of ingredients
- Borderline addictive
All you need is
- Lotus biscoff spread – If you do not already have it in your pantry, I’d say you go ahead and buy it and you can thank me later. Use smooth or crunchy as per your taste.
- Oil – Any oil that doesn’t have a very strong smell or taste.
- Castor sugar
- Cocoa powder
- Chocolate chips
- Baking powder and Baking soda
The best part of this recipe is you just need one bowl and a couple of ingredients. You don’t even need to mix it too much. The muffins will have a better texture if you do not overmix the batter.
Although they taste great just like that but you can definitely top them with some biscoff spread and sprinkle lotus biscuit crumbs over it for a special occasion. You can also checkout my super simple chocolate ganache recipe for the topping.
Now, a question I know a lot of you would want to ask me –
Can we use other spreads in place of biscoff? The answer is yes! But they won’t be Biscoff muffins then!
Jokes apart, you can definitely go ahead and replace the Biscoff spread in this recipe with Nutella, peanut butter, or whatever catches your fancy and you will have a brand new muffin. IMPRESSIVE! Eh
Now, lets go ahead and make these one bowl eggless Biscoff muffins! If you are more of a visual learner, then check out this quick video of these muffins on my Instagram.
Do you fancy muffins as much as I do? Then you’ll want to check out these other recipes too
- Eggless Dalgona Coffee Muffins
- Eggless Double Chocolate Chunk Muffins
- Eggless Rum and Raisin Muffins
- Eggless Oats blueberry Muffins
- Eggless Carrot Cake Muffins
- Eggless Strawberry Chocolate Chip Muffins
Eggless Biscoff Muffins
- ½ cup Yogurt
- 6 tbsp Castor Sugar
- ¼ cup Oil
- 1 cup Flour
- 2 tbsp Cocoa Powder
- ½ tsp Baking Powder
- ¼ tsp Baking Soda
- 2-3 tbsp Chocolate Chips
- ½ cup Lotus Biscoff Spread
- Preheat the oven at 180 degrees and line a muffin pan with liners.
- In a bowl, combine the yogurt, sugar and oil and whisk well.
- Add the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and baking soda to the mix and combine into a thick but smooth paste.
- Fold in the chocolate chips.
- Add a tbsp of batter in each muffin cavity followed by ½ tbsp. of biscoff spread. Top it up with another 1 tbsp of batter and ½ tbsp. of biscoff spread. Now with the help of a skewer, make swirls
- Transfer to the pre-heated oven abd bake the muffins at 170 degrees for 18-20 minutes or till a toothpick inserted comes out clean.
- Cool and serve