~ Bisconoffee Pie ~

If you had banoffee pie in one hand & lotus mousse in the other – trust me when I say, clap your hands together & you will be clapping for this combination forever.

Did you know Biscoff, salted caramel & mascarpone cheese are best buds. They compliment each other eiphorically. Throw in some bananas & they act like maracas to the whole symphony of togetherness.

So, Everyone, I would like to cordially invite you to the wedding of biscoff & banoffee – Bisconoffee.

RECIPE

174g – Cream Cheese

130g Mascarpone Cheese

300 ml Double Cream

220g Salted Caramel

1/2 jar Biscoff Spread

2 bananas diced

2 Tbsp Butter

14 Rich Tea Biscuits Crushed/ lotus biscuits

Caramel sauce to drizzle

Chocolate sauce to drizzle

Chocolate wafers for decoration.

Method

  • Take out 2 tbsp each Biscoff Spread & Salted Caramel & heat them in a microwave & mix together.
  • Mix together, cream cheese, mascarpone cheese, double cream, the rest of biscoff & salted caramel in a bowl.
  • This is your mousse ready.
  • In a fry pan melt the butter & add the crushed biscuits.
  • Saute until fragrant. Do not burn these.
  • In a dish, layer the sautéed biscuits on the bottom.
  • Top with the melted biscoff & salted caramel mix.
  • Top this with diced bananas.
  • Add the bisconoffee mousse we prepared.
  • Smooth out the surface.
  • Drizzle caramel & chocolate sauce on top.
  • Decorate with chocolate wafers.

Happy Foodieating.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hamna says:
    Hello sumee This looks amazing, can I use thickened cream instead and whip it if yes should I do it till soft peaks form? Moreover if I want to make this in individual serving cups can I make it two days ahead or would the mousse fall flat? How long before serving can it be prepared? Thank you
    1. foodboothweb says:
      Yes you can use thickened cream and do exactly what you say. The mousse will not fall flat. I made these in individual serving dishes and kept them in the fridge for two days. They were absolutely fine. This should be made atheist 6 hours before serving so it chills nice in the fridge when you serve it. Hope you like it hun.

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