Biscoff Cookie Icebox Cake
In this no-bake cake you’ll find Biscoff cookies layered between whipped cream and biscoff spread. It’s perfect to make the day before an outdoor barbeque as it sets up in the fridge overnight. Garnish with sea salt and more cookie crumbles for an easy presentation!
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 cup cream cheese
1x jar Biscoff Spread (divided, 1/2 cup biscoff spread and remaining for topping)
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tbsp icing sugar
2x packages Biscoff Cookies
Leftover Biscoff Cookies for crumbling
Servings: 8-10 pieces
Preparation: 30 minutes + overnight for cake to chill in refrigerator
Total Time: 30 minutes plus overnight to chill
Kitchen Equipment: stand mixer, loaf pan (approx. 9 x 6 x 2 inch pan)
- Line a loaf pan with parchment paper leaving a 1 inch overhang on the side of the pan.
- In a stand-mixer bowl or regular bowl (if using a hand mixer) add whipping cream and whip into stiff peaks. Then add cream cheese, ½ cup biscoff spread, vanilla, icing sugar and a pinch of sea salt and whip until you reach a thick creamy consistency.
- Start by layering a single layer of biscoff cookies on the bottom of the loaf pan and one horizontal layer up the side of the pan (see photo).
- Spread about a 1/4 of the cream mixture (about 1 cup per layer) over the cookies.
- Continue layering cookies (flat and up the sides of the pan horizontally per layer - see photo) and then cream mixture; you should have approximately 5 cookie layers and 4 cream layers but this will depend on the size of your loaf pan.
- End with a cookie layer and press into the cream. Melt the remaining biscoff spread in the microwave to pour over top of the cake. Sprinkle the cake with sea salt and any leftover cookie crumbles.
- Cover the pan tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 10 hours or overnight.
- If you want more of an ice-cream consistency, freeze for about 1 hour before serving.
- Using the parchment paper overhang on the sides of the pan for support, lift the cake out to a serving platter. Peel the parchment paper from the sides of the icebox cake and tear or cut so that there is parchment paper remaining on the bottom of the cake and around the edges.
- Sprinkle the top of the cake with more sea salt if you desire.
- Cut into slices (a serrated knife works best) and serve.
Recipe Pro Tips:
- Ice box cake is best eaten within 2 days of making it
- Chill the serving plate you are going to put the cake on