Biscoff-Raspberry Mini Pie Pops are fun dessert-on-a-stick that only takes 5 “ingredients”….and that includes the lollipop sticks!
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It was a while back that I started seeing lots of recipes on Pinterest using Biscoff Spread. I wasn’t sure exactly what Biscoff Spread was, but one thing I did know was that all those recipes looked delicious.
I did some investigating and quickly learned that Biscoff Spread was a spreadable treat made from Biscoff Cookies. Yes, made from COOKIES! It’s created in Belgium. It’s all-natural and vegan too. And it’s quite irresistible.
While I usually have a jar in my cupboards these days, I have yet to talk about my love of Biscoff Spread or even share a recipe that uses it here on Home Cooking Memories. Well, it’s time to put an end to that nonsense and share my recipe for Biscoff-Raspberry Mini Pie Pops.
To make the mini pie pops, I used a Nordic Ware Pie Pops Press, but you could easily do it without one. You start with pie crust. I used pre-made from the grocery store, but you could make some from scratch (roll out your dough if you make it from scratch). Circles were cut out that are about 2-3″ in diameter — you’ll need two identical pie crust circles for each pie pop. About 1/2 – 3/4 tablespoon of Biscoff Spread is spooned into the center of one pie crust round. A dab of raspberry preserves is added to the top of the Biscoff Spread.
The edges of the pie crust round are brushed lightly with egg white wash and everything is topped with another pie crust round. A lollipop stick is set so that part of it is in the middle of the Biscoff Spread, but so that the majority of the stick is sticking out to create a handle for the pie pop. The edges are pressed together to form a seal.
The pie pops are baked in the oven on parchment paper at 375 degrees F for about 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Here’s the full recipe, ready for you to print or save to your ZipList:Print
Biscoff-Raspberry Mini Pie Pops are my favorite way to enjoy Biscoff Spread, but there are so many ways to use it! What’s your favorite way to use Biscoff Spread?