Oreo and Biscoff Muffins

Oreo and Biscoff Muffins

I made this over the weekend.  I was so excited to cut into it for breakfast the next morning too.  When I took a bite out of it the next day, it was mush.  Funny how it looked fabulous when it came out of the oven.  What happened here?! Cakes aren’t supposed to have a soggy and wet texture! I was sooooo disappointed I was going to chuck it in the trash.  There goes a wasted day.  Chris, however, liked it.  He said it tasted like a bread pudding.  I rolled my eyes.  He ended up taking it with him to work to share.  I was somewhat embarrassed but whatever!

Oreo and Biscoff Muffins

I spent yet another day baking on Sunday.  This time, I decided to go with something easier.  I love muffins and I love baking them.  That I know I won’t screw up.  And I didn’t, yay! I LOVE this recipe.  Oreos and Biscoff –yummy! And a great combination! But be careful.  This makes a big batch.  Don’t end up eating it all.  Have a great rest of the week!

Oreo and Biscoff Muffins

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  • 2 cups of all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt
  • 2/3 cup of granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) of unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 egg
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
  • 1 cup of creamy Biscoff spread
  • 3/4 cup of Greek yogurt
  • 1/3 cup of milk
  • 1 (8 ounce) bag of mini Oreos
  • 10 regular Oreo cookies, crushed (optional)

Oreo and Biscoff Muffins


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.  Line two 12-cup regular muffin pans.

In a medium bowl mix together flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt; set aside.

Using a stand or electric mixer (or mix by hand) cream butter and sugar until fluffy.  Beat in egg, then vanilla extract and Biscoff until creamy.  Add in yogurt and milk.  Continue to beat until combined, scraping down the sides of the bowl.  Slowly add the flour mixture into the Biscoff/yogurt mixture and continue to mix until just moistened.  Fold in the mini Oreos.  Spoon batter into the lined muffin cups (I used a 3-tablespoons large cookie scoop).  If using the additional crushed Oreos, sprinkle them on top.

Bake for 18-20 minutes or until toothpick/tester inserted into the center comes out clean.  Cool slightly in the pan before transferring them to the cooling rack.

Oreo and Biscoff Muffins

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      • says

        I was just going to post the same question – I’ve never seen it here in the States. And – your muffins look great ! Muffina are, actually, great things. They don’t need to be cut, they’re portable and they’re yummy ! I think I’m gonna look for a recipe I haven’t made in a long time called Tropical Muffins. And I just remembered another recipe for breakfast muffins, which I also haven’t made in a long time. Thanks for motivating me with these great muffins!

  1. says

    I’ve learnt something new today as I had to Google ‘biscoff’ 😉 Now I know it’s a speculoos type spread I can appreciate how wonderful these muffins must taste! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  2. says

    I love biscoff and can sit with a spoon and eat it right out of the jar. I’m going to bookmark this one because I know my son will be so happy to have these in the house. Thank you!

  3. says

    I have to make sure my little one doesn’t see this…he might lick the screen! Have to admit I have yet to try Biscoff…I am “afraid”! :)

    • says

      Anne, we were on vacation in California and I finally tasted a biscoff cookie. As I suspected, bad idea because it is gooood stuff! My 8-yr old loved it. Yikes!

      • says

        You were! I’m in California (SF Bay Area)!!! We could have had dim sum! :) I hope you had a great time while visiting Cali. Isn’t Biscoff cookies fantastic? I love it with my tea in the afternoon. If you enjoyed the cookies, the spread is just as fabulous and dangerous too. :) xo

  4. says

    It’s so funny how our husbands can change our mind on how we look at our creations. My husband has done the same!
    These muffins look amazingly delicious! I love oreos (who doesn’t). I have never tried biscoff…I need to jump on that band wagon because I’ve seen so many wonderful recipes like this one using it.

    • Chris says

      Honestly, that apple yogurt cake was really good, and a big hit around the office. I think it was all in the perception of what it looked like after it sat versus what she thought it should look like. But Anne’s her own biggest critic. :-)

  5. says

    Oreos AND Biscoff?! TWO COOKIES IN ONE MUFFIN?? I’m sold! How’d you keep from eating all the batter before getting it into the oven? 😉

  6. Lisa says

    Anne! These look great. Love the color contrast. What a nice tasty treat. Even the apple cake looked great. Have a great day.

  7. says

    I have the same problem with apple cakes, actually. they leak out far too much water and then the cake becomes a bit too wet. at least it didn’t go to waste (cheers for supportive partners)!

  8. says

    Never have been an Oreo fan but I’ve got some family members that would drool at the sight of these muffins. fNow, will I be a great guy and make them or just email each a picture? Hmm …
    Thanks Anne for sharing another of your great recipes.

  9. says

    You just made me laugh out loud! I could see myself doing the same thing! In fact, I have. When Justin ended up taking something over to the neighbors. I was mortified…it wasn’t baked perfectly. Well, to my standards. So, I know exactly what you mean.
    But, these look amazing!!! Pinning!

  10. says

    Your muffins look terrific! I have Biscoff in the pantry just waiting for them :)

    PS…I’ve had my share of flops recently…and even thought the family will still eat most of it, it annoys me when recipes are not blog worthy.

  11. Alex-Marie says

    I had two thoughts about your apple cake! 1. Did you cook down the apples a bit before baking the entire cake? That would obviously reduce the moisture. Also, did you refrigerate it? It there was a lot of sugar in the topping, it would most likely absorb the moisture from the fridge, hence the soggy. Good luck next time! I would like a muffin now.

  12. says

    I’m sorry to hear about your cake mush! But seriously, it happens to the best of us. And you definitely more than made up for it with these muffins! BIG yum.

  13. says

    They look delicious Anne! I had to look up Biscoff… we don’t have that here. We’re planning a trip to Maine and I’ll definitely have to look for this.

  14. says

    Hi Anne,

    I found you on Recipleaser.com and couldn’t help but click over when I saw these Oreo and Biscoff muffins. Boy do they look gooooood!

    I’m so going to have to make these bad boys. Especially more so now that I’ve discovered that they finally sell Biscoff here in the UK. Can’t even begin to tell you how long I’ve been waiting for the Biscoffy goodness to make its way here, and now I have a perfect excuse to use it.

    Bookmarked ready to make soon. Thanks for the inspiration, and happy baking.

  15. says

    Aside from looking insanely delicious these are SO pretty! I could stare at them and drool all night long! I have a biscoff post for tomorrow – it is some heavenly stuff.

  16. says

    I’m so glad that you liked my post just now — because it led me to this! Oreo and Biscoff sounds like just about the best combination I’ve ever heard of. Can’t wait to try it. Also, I’ve definitely had the same “bread pudding” problem with baking with apples and yogurt in the past that you mentioned (and in those cases, I just decide to pretend I meant for it to be bread pudding-like all along!)


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