Biscoff Pie Crust is made with crushed Biscoff cookies and melted butter and pressed into a pie dish to be used for any number of pies. It is super easy and requires only two ingredients.
Biscoff cookies taste a little like a caramel with a hint of cinnamon. When crushed and made into a crust, it goes well with lots of pies and other desserts. In particular, this Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart is so good with a Biscoff crust.
What Baking Dish to Use:
This pie crust works well in a 9-inch pie pan or a 9-inch spring form pan. Either works great. The timing and temperature are the same.
Where to Buy Biscoff Cookies
Biscoff Cookies are typically available at a regular grocery store or Target. They are found in a long rectangular package in the cookies section and are made by a company called Lotus. See the picture below to know what to look for.
This recipe calls for 8 tbsp of butter (or 1 stick) and one 8.8oz sized package of Biscoff Cookies, the most commonly available size. This makes it super easy to put together the pie crust without having leftover cookies, aside from 1 or 2 to sneak a taste, or using an odd amount of butter. It just requires 1 of each: 1 stick butter, 1 package of cookies.
Uses for Biscoff Pie Crust
- Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart
- Key Lime Pie (biscoff cookies would be a great twist on a graham cracker crust)
- Chocolate Pudding Pie
- Vanilla Pudding Pie
- Fill the crust with whipped cream and berries for an easy light dessert
How To Make Biscoff Pie Crust | Step by Step Photos:
Gather the ingredients: 8.8 oz Biscoff cookies and 8 tbsp butter. Melt the butter in a large bowl. Crush the cookies with a rolling pin in a gallon sized bag or in a food processor or blender.
Add the crushed cookies to the medium mixing bowl and stir to combine. Dump the combined ingredients into a pie dish.
Press the crust into the bottom and up the sides of the pie dish with the back of a spoon, a measuring cup, or by hand. Bake at 375°F for 8 minutes. If the crust slouches down the sides of the pie dish after taking it out of the oven carefully (without burning yourself) use the back of the spoon to press the crust back up the sides and allow to cool.
Left Image: pre-baking | Right Image: after being baked
If you make this recipe, I'd love to hear from you and learn what kind of pie or dessert you made with this biscoff crust! Leave a comment down below and let me know how it turns out! Your feedback means a lot.
Biscoff Pie Crust
- 1 8.8oz package Biscoff Cookies
- 8 tbsp butter
- Preheat the oven to 375°F.
- Melt the butter in a medium bowl in the microwave. Set aside.
- Add all but about 2-3 Biscoff cookies (save these 3 cookies to snack on) to a quart or gallon sized plastic bag and crush into fine crumbs. I typically use a rolling pin. You can also use a food processor or blender. Add the Biscoff cookies to the mixing bowl and combine with the melted butter.
- Using a spoon, the back of a measuring cup or your hands, press the mixture firmly into a 9-inch pie dish so that the crumbs cover the bottom and go up the side of the dish.
- Bake for 8 minutes. Remove, allow to cool, and fill with your favorite pie filling.*Note: If the crust slouches down the sides of the pie dish after taking it out of the oven, carefully (without burning yourself) use the back of the spoon to press the crust back up the sides and allow to cool.