I haven’t ventured into Poundland for a while, but I popped in when I had five minutes spare and I was pleasantly surprised, as they had several worthy items that somersaulted into my basket.
I love Biscoff biscuit’s and I have seen the spread previously in the Supermarkets and it is always quite pricey, so I tend to glance over it rather quickly, However, They have a 200g size for a £1 in Poundland which I think is a fab buy and it screamed a full on calorie laden cake to me, and it did not disappoint.
You will need……
200g self raising flour
1 tbsp. of yogurt
200g caster sugar
1 tbsp cocoa powder
3 drops of vanilla extract
300ml whipping cream
200g Biscoff spread
1 tbsp cocoa powder
Pre heat the oven to 180’c and line a cake tin.
In a bowl, melt the butter and add the sugar, stir into a creamy consistency and then add the yogurt, eggs, vanilla and finally the flour.
Stir this until there are no lumps left and pour the mixture into the lined cake tin.
Pop it into the oven for around 30 minutes or until a skewer placed into the centre of the cake comes out clear.
Let the cake cool for around five minutes before you turn it out of the cake tin. When it is cooled right down slice the cake into two disks.
Put the cream into a mixer and blend until it is in a stiff whipped form, add the cocoa.Heat the chocolate in the microwave for around 45 seconds and add 2 big dollops of the Biscoff to it. Mix this well and add it to the cream, again blend until it is all mixed together.
Start Building the cake by adding the cream to the centre and placing the other disk of cake on top. Spead a thin layer of the Biscoff on top of the cake and serve, or if you wanted to do fancy design on top, put the cake into the fridge for an hour so that the Biscoff hardens up and makes it easier to stencil on top.
I hope that you enjoy they cake as much as we did, if you have any ideas or suggestions that you think would go well with this cake then please share this in the comment box as I would love other ideas.