This incredible Vegan Biscoff Tart is made only using 5 ingredients! A delicious Biscoff base, vegan white chocolate and Biscoff filling decorated with more Biscoff biscuits.

My mum asked if I could make a vegan bake for one of her colleagues and I knew I had to make this tart.

Biscoff has been so popular on my blog recently you guys have been loving my Biscoff Truffles and Biscoff Drip Cake and Biscoff is the ultimate treat so of course, I had to make a Biscoff Tart.

I haven’t posted a Vegan recipe since my Vegan Brownies and I am super excited about this Biscoff Tart.

Depending on where you live Biscoff might be called cookie butter or Speculoos. It is a caramel tasting biscuit with a hint of cinnamon. You can also get them in spread versions. I used the smooth spread in this recipe but you could also use the crunchy spread.

Biscoff Base

To make the base of this tart I used Biscoff biscuits. I popped the biscuits in a blender and blitzed them to tiny crumbs. Next, I added in the melted sunflower spread and blitzed again until the crumbs resembled wet sand.

Next, I poured the biscuit mixture into my tart tin and pressed it into the sides and base. I used a loose-based 22cm tart tin, it makes getting the tart out so much easier.

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I found the easiest way was to start pushing the biscuit mixture into the sides of the tin first, you want to make the sides around ½cm thick so that they hold the filling. Then press the remaining biscuit mixtures into the bottom of the cake tin.

When you press the mixture in, you want to make sure there are no gaps you don’t want the filling to leak through and create a sticky mess.

Biscoff Filling

The filling is super easy to make. Add the vegan white chocolate and Elmlea plant-based cream to a bowl and pop it in the microwave on 20-second bursts stirring in between until the chocolate has completely melted. Next, add in the Biscoff Spread and mix until completely combined.

The Biscoff spread will soften when added to the warm chocolate and cream mixture. The mixture should be thick and gloopy. Pour this into your tart tin on top of your biscuit base and smooth.  Put the tart in the fridge to set. This should only take around 2-3 hours.

Decoration

Once the filling has set I removed the tart from the tin and placed it on my serving plate. I put 150g of Biscoff spread in the microwave for 30 seconds until it was lovely and soft and pourable.

I poured the spread over the top of my tart for extra Biscoff deliciousness and popped it back into the fridge for 30-40 minutes until the spread has completely set.

Finally, I decorated it with Biscoff biscuits. You could also whip some more Elmlea Double Plant Cream and pipe it on top.

Equipment

Mixing Bowl

Scales

Spatula

Tart Tin

Ingredients

Can you believe this tart only had 5 ingredients?!

Biscoff Biscuits – I used these of course because the tart is Bisocff themed. They are the little biscuits you normally get on the side of your coffee in most cafes and coffee shops. They are a carmelly flavoured biscuit with a hint of cinnamon.

Sunflower Spread – I used Vitalite for this tart. Vitalite is a diary free spread and is the perfect alternative to butter and fairy spread.

Dairy-Free White Chocolate – I used Free From Kitchen Co’s White chocolate. This chocolate is perfect and suitable for Vegans. It is made from Cocoa and Maize Flour.

Elmlea Plant Double Cream – This is the perfect alternative to double cream and makes the tart super smooth and creamy. It is a blend of fababean protein and plant oils.

Biscoff Spread – For the Biscoff flavour I used the smooth spread but you could use the crunchy spread instead.

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Vegan Biscoff Tart

Sarah Mark
This incredible Vegan Biscoff Tart is made only using 5 ingredients! A delicious Biscoff base, vegan white chocolate and Biscoff filling decorated with more Biscoff biscuits.
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 4 hrs
Decoration Time 50 mins
Total Time 5 hrs 10 mins
Servings 12 people

Ingredients
  

For the Base

  • 350 g Lotus Biscoff Biscuits
  • 125 g Dairy Free Sunflower Spread

For the Tart Filling

  • 300 g Dairy Free White Chocolate
  • 150 g Elmlea Plant Based Double Cream
  • 200 g Smooth Biscoff Spread

For the Decoration

  • 150 g Smooth Biscoff Spread
  • Lotus Biscoff Biscuits

Instructions
 

To Make the Base

  • Melt the sunflower spread in the microwave in 10-second bursts stirring in between until completely melted. Leave to one side.
  • Crush your biscuits into small crumbs. I used a food processer but you could put them in a food bag and crush them with a rolling pin.
  • Once they are completely crushed add the butter to the food processor and blitz again until the biscuits resemble wet sand. Alternatively you could add your crushedb iscuits to a bowl and add your butter mixture.
  • Pour the mixture into your tin and press into the base and sides. Leave to one side.

To Make the Filling

  • In a large heatproof bowl add thechocolate and Plant Double Cream. Melt in the microwave in 20 second burstsstirring in between until the white chocolate is completely melted and combinedwith the cream.
  • Add in the Biscoff spread to your whitechocolate mixture and stir until it is completely combined.
  • Pour the mixture into the base of yourtart and smooth.
  • Place in the fridge until the fillinghas completely set. This normally takes 3-4 hours.

To Decorate

  • Once your tart has completely set remove from the tin and put onto a serving plate.
  • Pop the Biscoff spread in a heatproofbowl and melt in the microwave. It should only take around 20 seconds. Once ithas melted pour onto the top of your tart and pop back into the fridge for 30minutes or until the Biscoff spread has set.
  • Remove from the fridge and decorate using the Biscoff biscuits.

Notes

  • This should last 3-4 days in the fridge. 
  • You can use milk or dark dairy-free chocolate if you prefer.
  • If you don’t want to make the Vegan version of this tart you could use normal unsalted butter or Stork for the base, white chocolate and double cream for the filling and the tart will no longer be vegan. 

If you do have any questions about this Vegan Biscoff Tart recipe or any other recipes on my blog you can contact me either by the Facebook message symbol in the bottom right corner of your screen. You can also send me a DM on social media or an email. You can find all my details on the right-hand side of this page. 

24 Comments

  • Anika

    12 October 2020 at 9:28 pm

    This looks so delicious, like the perfect sweet treat! Lovely recipe idea, thanks for sharing ☺️

    Anika | chaptersofmay.com

  • Lisa

    13 October 2020 at 4:26 pm

    5 stars
    I absolutely adore Lotus Biscoff biscuits and spread so I’ve bookmarked this to make over half term – can’t wait, yum yum, thank you!

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      13 October 2020 at 10:31 pm

      Ah brilliant! I hope you enjoy it!

  • Faye

    15 October 2020 at 7:10 pm

    I am obsessed with Lotus Biscoff biscuits so this is right up my street! It sounds absolutely dreamy

    https://www.femaleoriginal.com

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      17 October 2020 at 6:03 pm

      How amazing are Biscoff biscuits?! This recipe is perfect for you!

  • Gronercik

    15 October 2020 at 7:21 pm

    5 stars
    I love Lotus biscoff, and this looks so amazing!

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      17 October 2020 at 6:01 pm

      Lotus Biscoff is amazing isn’t it?! Thank you!

  • Iram Israan

    16 October 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Such a great post and such an easy recipe!

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      17 October 2020 at 5:50 pm

      Thank you!

  • Lucy

    17 October 2020 at 5:09 pm

    I love Lotus biscuits and this tart looks delicious! I could eat a slice of this right now! x

    Lucy | http://www.lucymary.co.uk

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      17 October 2020 at 5:48 pm

      Thank you lovely!

  • Giulia

    17 October 2020 at 10:19 pm

    This looks amazing! I’ve never heard of Biscoff before though! Thanks for sharing.

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      31 October 2020 at 1:51 pm

      Really? Biscoff is my absolute favourite. It is like a caramel biscuit with a slight hint of cinnamon it is delicious!

  • Jenny in Neverland

    18 January 2021 at 4:55 pm

    5 stars
    Oh man this sounds and looks absolutely delicious! The perfect treat with a cuppa tea and some netflix! <3

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      22 January 2021 at 10:29 pm

      Ooh a slice with a cup of tea and some Bridgerton sounds utterly perfect!

  • Cristina Rosano

    31 March 2021 at 1:53 pm

    I didn’t know Biscoff was vegan! This is such a great treat and truly love both spread and biscuits! Really have to try this asap, thanks for sharing this x

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      4 April 2021 at 9:32 pm

      Yes! I hope you enjoy!

  • Stephanie

    31 March 2021 at 2:32 pm

    I absolutely MUST have this in my life as soon as possible. The flavors sound divine and I began salivating just looking at the photos. And only 5 ingredients? It sounds like a breeze!

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      4 April 2021 at 9:33 pm

      Yes it is super easy! I hope you enjoy!

  • Della Driscoll

    31 March 2021 at 9:23 pm

    5 stars
    I want to eat this right now! Such a brilliant recipe, I need to try this out x

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      4 April 2021 at 9:33 pm

      Thank you! I hope you enjoy!

  • Gemma

    1 April 2021 at 12:20 pm

    5 stars
    This looks delicious! I’m not vegan, but I am dairy free so the majority of sweet treats I eat are vegan. I’ve pinned this and will for sure make this for my next occasion!

    Gemma | http://www.thegemword.com

    1. aspoonfulofvanilla

      4 April 2021 at 9:35 pm

      Ahh I hope you enjoy!

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