Whipped Biscoff and Chocolate Cream Parfait

by Cait on July 16, 2012

Tell me something.

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If there anything better than whipped chocolate?

I’ll tell you – there’s not.

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Unless you add Biscoff spread on the bottom and whipped cream on the top.

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Then things really get interesting.

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But I didn’t stop there, because…let’s be honest, when it comes to dessert, the best motto to live by is “the more, the better” – so I sprinkled some mini chocolate chips on top and stuck a mini biscoff cookie right on into the whipped cream!

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Is this just a perfect summertime dessert or what?

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Whipped Biscoff and Chocolate Cream Parfait (adapted from Martha Stewart)

Serves 2

Ingredients:

For The Chocolate Cream: 

  • 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips
  • 3/4 cup heavy cream

For The Biscoff Cream: 

  • 3/4 cup heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 cup smooth Biscoff spread

For The Topping: 

  • Mini chocolate chips
  • Whipped cream
  • Biscoff cookies

Directions:

  1. Make the Chocolate Cream: Place chocolate chips in a metal bowl. Heat cream in a small saucepan until it bubbles around edges. Pour cream over chips, let stand 5 minutes; stir until smooth. Refrigerate until chilled, about 10 minutes. Using an electric mixer or a whisk, whip the chocolate until smooth and fluffy.
  2. Make the Biscoff Cream: In a medium bowl, whip cream to stiff peaks. Whisk in sugar. In a medium bowl, fold whipped cream into Biscoff.
  3. To assemble: Divide Biscoff cream equally among two juice glasses; top each with chocolate cream, whipped cream, mini chocolate chips and one biscoff cookie. Cover with plastic wrap. Chill until ready to serve.

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Now excuse me while I go lick the spoon…

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Hillary July 16, 2012

YES. Yes yes yes.

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Cait July 16, 2012

:) My thoughts exactly.

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Claire @ Live and Love to Eat July 16, 2012

Holy beautiful and delicious. I’m thinking TJ’s Cookie Butter would do just fine for the Biscoff layer… :)

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Cait July 16, 2012

It definitely would – I actually have both and had a hard time deciding between the two!

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Liz @ Tip Top Shape July 16, 2012

Oh my goodness, this looks insanely good!!! Great recipe, Cait :D

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Cait July 16, 2012

Thank ya :)

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Courtney July 16, 2012

Holy biscoff balls, that looks delicious.

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Cait July 16, 2012

Haha – it was!

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Taylor July 16, 2012

Biscoff cream?!! Umm I’m in love.

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Cait July 17, 2012

Haha seriously – so good.

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R N July 16, 2012

Woah Cait, this looks amazing but a lot of your posts lately have been really indulgent or sweet of late.

I know you believe in moderation but a lot of us don’t have your metabolism and def. can not afford so many treats while trying lose weight or stay in shape. Also, “the more, the better” when it comes to dessert thing isnt really moderation. :/ I know you are trying something new with the blog but can you please also share some healthy recipes soon?

Thank you so much. I really do love your blog, especially the warm, sweet and friendly tone!

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Cait July 17, 2012

Of course! I’m always balancing my recipes (chicken tikka masala made with brown rice and boneless skinless chicken breast, the Easy Mason Jar Peach Parfait, the Whole Wheat Yeasted Blueberry Belgian Waffles, the Starbucks Perfect Oatmeal at Home and the Whole Wheat Pesto Pizza with homemade pesto are recent lighter recipes I’ve featured lately) – I don’t tend to focus on “healthy” versus “not healthy” when it comes to individual foods – but rather allow myself to enjoy everything in moderation as a part of my overall healthful routine. I truly believe there are no bad foods.

Thank you for voicing your opinion and I hope you’ll continue to read despite the slight shift in the blog from day-to-day eats to a more recipe-based read :)

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R N July 17, 2012

Of course I will continue to read, I love your blog overall. :)

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Cait July 17, 2012

So glad to hear it! And thank you for reading and for your input :) I’m on my way out of town (hence the recent focus on freezer-goods) but when I’m back I’ll be sure to stock up and focus on some lighter recipes!

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Kayla July 17, 2012

wow… that’s all i can say!!!! great job cait, mouth-watering at 5:00 am! :)

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Cait July 17, 2012

Thanks Kayla :)

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Katie July 17, 2012

Beautiful!! I’ve never even tasted biscoff (ever!)…I know, I know. It needs to change. That dessert needs to be in my hands now.

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Cait July 17, 2012

Yes it does! Come over and have some!!

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Rachel July 17, 2012

wow! that looks amazing! I’ve never had biscoff, I’ve seen it in the stores, but have yet to buy some lol

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Cait July 17, 2012

Yes you most definitely do – it’s incredible!

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joelle (on a pink typewriter) July 17, 2012

Lady, your photos are off the charts these days- great job! I love looking at them!

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Cait July 17, 2012

Aw thank you – I’m definitely focusing a lot more on trying to make them good! :)

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Kristen @ Swanky Dietitian July 17, 2012

Oh my gosh!! I am drooling over here! :)
I have been dying to try this biscoff spread but I am afraid I’d eat the whole container.

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Cait July 17, 2012

Haha – I know that’s why I try to bake it INTO things so that doesn’t happen! :)

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Jo@jocooks.com July 19, 2012

Oh my God, I am drooling right now, this looks fabulous. :)

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Cait July 19, 2012

It’s some seriously good stuff!

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Robin DeMaio July 19, 2012

This looks amazing, and I want to make it…but please excuse my ignorance: what the heck is biscoff spread? Is it in most supermarkets? I live in Wyoming, and often can’t find the ingredients I need for recipes I find on the web. Love your recipes — I have pinned a bunch of them!

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Cait July 19, 2012

Aw thank you! Biscoff spread is a cookie butter made with Biscoff Cookies. You can read about it here. I find it in most grocery stores around me and I think Amazon.com has it! Trader Joe’s also makes a version of it called “Cookie Butter.”

If you can’t find it though – peanut butter would work perfectly!

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Roma July 21, 2012

In the recipe direction #2, it ways to fold whipped cream into peanut butter…..you do mean the biscoff spread, right?:) Can’t wait to try this!

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Cait July 22, 2012

Haha yup!! Thank you for catching that! :)

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Lisa August 27, 2012

Yum yum! I made this tonight and topped the whipped cream off with warm drizzled caramel. This recipe is definetely one I will continue to make. I’m a fan of Biscoff and chocolate, but together…look out!

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Cait August 28, 2012

Haha I’m so glad to hear you liked it!!

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Wendy Hampton February 5, 2013

Oh my goodness…OH MY GOODNESS! This is divine. I’ve never tried Biscoff before, but will be adding a jar…make that several to my cupboard. I am going to make this for our neighborhood Academy Awards buffet and I know I am going to be sooooo POPULAR! Thanks for sharing.

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Cait February 5, 2013

Hahaha I love it! Let me know how it turns out :)

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