Biscoff Pie with Maple Whiskey Mallow Fluff
Have this no-bake biscoff pie with whiskey marshmallow fluff ready for the holiday season! Its gingerbread spice taste is warm and cozy, but keeps the oven free during the busy holiday!
The spark between me and Biscoff has been reignighted. We had taken a break for a while, our relationship had become to tumultuous to carry on without arousing suspicion by Nutella that I was cheating on it with this foreign and mysterious cookie butter. But it was one fateful day meandering through the aisles of World Market that it surprised me and jumped right into my basket without skipping a beat. It followed me home. And that sweet first spoonful out of the jar, sneaking it like the jar of Nutella would see, was exhilaratingly divine. I’m so dangerous.
Okay, not really – but I like to pretend I’m a badass. I’m the farthest thing from it, just ask anyone who has met me. I’m painfully predictable, but this pie makes me feel like I’m some James Dean-esque cool, dark and mysterious creature. If James Dean baked pies… and didn’t smoke. Or die in a car crash. Ya know, those things.
But if James Deen was a baker – I know this is one that he would endorse with a brooding stare and ridiculously awesome hair.
And to top it off, it’s piled high with marshmallow fluff – like Dean’s lucious locks – and toasted until crispy on the outside – like Dean’s hair would be if a you went anywhere near him with a fire source and all those 1950’s PCB’s and hairsprays. Crispy!
Not to mention – there’s Maple Crown in it. Something I’m sure that rebel would whole heartedly approve of. At least, it’s something I approve of.
Like I said – I’m such a rebel.
Ingredients for Biscoff Pie with Maple Whiskey Mallow Fluff
- Biscoff Cookies
- Brown Sugar
For Pie Filling:
- Heavy Whipping Cream
- Biscoff Spread
- Cream Cheese
- Powdered Sugar
- Maple Crown Royal
- Marshmallow Fluff
- Maple Crown
It’s been a momentous Pie Week around these parts – and if you’re still struggling to find your favorite pie for your Thanksgiving Day Menu try any – OR ALL – of these pies. Let’s be real here – there is no such thing as too much pie.
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Carrie / Bakeaholic Mama – Chocolate Cream Pie
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Shanna / Pineapple Coconut – Boozy Pumpkin Egg Nog Pie
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Kirsten / Comfortably Domestic – Very Berry Cherry Pie
And don’t miss out on these other PIE WEEK Pies – they come along with THREE different GIVEAWAYS!!
This no-bake biscoff pie with whiskey marshmallow fluff is perfect for the holiday season. Its gingerbread spice taste is warm and cozy, but it keeps the oven free during the busy holiday!
- 1 package Biscoff Cookies, finely crumbled
- 4 Tbsp Butter, melted
- 2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
- 1/2 tsp Cinnamon
For Pie Filling:
- 3 cups Heavy Whipping Cream
- 1 Jar Biscoff Spread
- 2 8oz. Packages Cream Cheese, room temperature
- 4 cups Powdered Sugar
- 2 Tbsp Maple Crown Royal (optional – or use 1 tsp. Maple Flavoring)
- 1 Jar Marshmallow Fluff
- 1 Tbsp Maple Crown (optional – or use 1/2 tsp. Maple Flavoring)
For the Crust:
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Pulse the cookies in a food processor until very finely ground. Pulse in melted butter, sugar and cinnamon until mixed.
- Press into a pie dish firmly and evenly. Bake for 15 minutes until set. Remove from oven and set aside to cool.
For the Filling:
- Using a stand mixer with a whisk attachment whip heavy cream until stiff peaks form. Place into a large bowl and set aside.
- In stand mixer bowl (no need to clean), beat together the cream cheese, Biscoff spread, powdered sugar and Maple Crown Royal until evenly mixed.
- Remove mixer bowl from the mixing stand, and gently fold in the whipped cream that was set aside. Fold together until evenly mixed together.
- Pour into cooled pie crust and place in fridge to set – about 3 hours.
For the topping:
- Stir together the marshmallow fluff and maple Crown or flavoring together until incorporated. Top onto set and chilled pie.
- Using a blow torch, toast the top of the marshmallow until crispy and toasted.
- Serve immediately.
Inspired by A Spicy Perspective’s Peanut Butter Pie
Keywords: holiday pie, thanksgiving desserts, biscoff cookies recipe