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People Are Making Their Own Biscoff Little Moons And It's So Easy

Joanna Freedman

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People Are Making Their Own Biscoff Little Moons And It's So Easy

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/ Biscoff Little Moons

Are you a Biscoff fanatic? Do you go wild for Little Moons ice cream balls? Well then, boy, do we have a treat for you.

A foodie TikTok account has created a recipe Biscoff Little Moons, and they look good we could scoff the lot in one sitting.

For those who need a crash course, Little Moons are essentially ice cream wrapped in mochi dough - which is a type of Japanese rice cake.

For this recipe, concocted by TikTok account and food website, @thisisplanetfood the dough is also mixed with Biscoff crumbs, and the ice cream is Biscoff flavoured - because literally, why not?!

Find the full breakdown below.

You’ll Need:

  • 150g Biscoff ice cream
  • 160g glutinous rice flour
  • 60g granulated sugar
  • 225-250ml cold water
  • 100g Biscoff biscuits, crushed
  • Cornflour to dust
  • Silicone utensils
  • Digital scales
  • Mixing bowls
  • A bench scraper
Scoop your ice cream into little balls (Credit: Planet Food)
Scoop your ice cream into little balls (Credit: Planet Food)

To start with scoop out several small (Little Moon-sized) balls of Biscoff ice cream and place them on a baking tray, before putting them back in the freezer. You can use an ice cream scoop for this, or two spoons.

Freeze these for a minimum of two hours (overnight is better).

Meanwhile make the mochi dough – mix the rice flour, sugar and water together.

Cover this dough with cling film and microwave it in brief one minute bursts, whisking it between each burst.

All going to plan, after around the third go, you won’t be able to whisk anymore, and you will need to use a wet silicone spatula to bring the dough away from the edges.

The yummy end result (Credit: Planet Food)
The yummy end result (Credit: Planet Food)

Now, stir in biscoff crumbs and combine into the dough.

Carefully stretch out the dough on a surface sprinkled with cornflour.

Then, split it into 12 equal pieces, and working quickly, wrap each one around an ice cream ball from earlier. You must make sure you do this speedily so they don't melt.

Then, pinch together at the seam to seal the dough around the balls.

Finally, put the balls back into the freezer for two hours, and allow to sit for a minute or so once removed before eating. We know this will be a tricky bit!

Finally, decorate your balls with more crushed biscuits to serve.


Happy baking!

Topics: Food and Drink

Joanna Freedman
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