This biscoff mocha pudding is a creamy blend of chocolate pudding and coffee, sandwiched between crunchy biscoff cookies! This pudding is a win wherever I take it and is a coffee and biscoff cookie lover’s true treat!! If you love desserts, be sure to check out the list of family dessert favorites below.
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Biscoff Mocha pudding
- baking dish (linked below)
- Mixing bowl (linked below)
- measuring cups (linked below)
- hand mixer (linked below)
crushed cookie crust:
- 8.8 oz. package biscoff (Lotus) cookies divided
- 1/2 cup melted butter
Pudding layer: *see note below.
- 2 tablespoons instant coffee granules
- 1/2 cup boiling water
- 1 3.9 oz. instant chocolate pudding
- 1 1/2 cup whole milk (plus one tablespoon)
Cream cheese layer:
- 8 oz. cream cheese softened
- 1 cup confectioner's sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 12 oz. cool whip/whipped topping divided
- Boil 1/2 cup water, then stir in instant coffee granules. Chill.
- Crush Biscoff cookies until only fine crumbs remain using a food processor *see note for alternative. Reserve 1/4 cup of cookie crumbs for later. In a small bowl, Mix the remaining crumbs with butter and one tablespoon chilled instant coffee, then press into the bottom of a 9 by 13 inch baking dish.
- In a separate bowl, whisk instant chocolate pudding, 1 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon milk and the remainder of the instant coffee for a few minutes until well combined (some small lumps may remain). Chill for 5 minutes.
- Place the room temperature cream cheese in a medium sized bowl, then sift the confectioner's sugar and add to the cream cheese. Mix with a hand mixer until smooth and creamy, then slowly mix in vanilla. Fold in 8 oz. whip topping until well combined and smooth.
- Take the 13 by 9 inch pan with the crushed Biscoff cookie crust and layer the cream cheese mixture on top of the cookie crumbs. Next layer on the pudding/coffee mixture and top that with 4 oz. whipped topping, then sprinkle the reserved 1/4 cup Biscoff cookie crumbs on top. Keep refrigerated and enjoy!
- Baking dish I use a glass 13 by 9 inch baking dish for this biscoff mocha pudding.
- Mixing bowl I like to use stainless steel mixing bowls as mine are durability and dish washer friendliness.
- Measuring cups I also use stainless steel measuring cups because I have found them to last well and they are easier to clean than plastic measuring cups.
- Hand mixer A hand mixer is very useful for mixing up the pudding and cream cheese layer of this biscoff mocha pudding.
Family dessert favorites:
- Amish sugar cookie whoopies pies
- Snickers skillet cookie
- Amish cornstarch pudding
- Amish pumpkin whoopie pies
- Amish coconut cream pie
- Creamy mini cheesecake bites
- Chocolate zucchini whoopie pies
My husband (who is my food judge and also a lover of coffee) liked the dessert but said he would add more mocha… For the sake of little ones tasting this Biscoff Mocha Pudding I only have a thin layer of Mocha which is still delicious! However if you prefer a stronger coffee flavor, below is the thicker layer of Mocha version.
- 4 tablespoons instant coffee granules
- 1 cup boiling water
- 2 3.9 oz. packages of instant chocolate pudding
- 3 cups plus 1 tablespoon milk
Continue to only remove 1 tablespoon of chilled instant coffee to add to cookie crumb base. Also be sure your Instant coffee is chilled before stirring it into the pudding.
Note 2* Growing up without electricity we didn’t have a food processor, Mom would hand me a hammer and her Oreo cookies in a zip-lock bag, and send me to the basement with a concrete floor to crush the cookies. To this day I still crush my cookies with a wooden rolling pin, even though I’m pretty sure I have a food processor hiding somewhere in the kitchen. 🙂
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Step 1-2: Boil the instant coffee granules in water and then chill. Crush the biscoff cookies and set 1/4 cup aside for the topping. Combine the remainder of the crushed cookies with melted butter and chilled coffee then press the mixture into the bottom of a 13 by 9 inch pan.
Step 4 and 5: Combine the cream cheese with confectioner’s sugar, vanilla and cool whip until the mixture is creamy. Layer the cream cheese mixture onto the crushed biscoff cookie crust.
Steps 3 and 5: Combine the instant coffee, dissolved and chilled in water, with pudding and milk. Chill until set, then spread onto the cream cheese layer.
Step 5 continued: Spread the remaining whipped topping onto the pudding layer and sprinkle crushed Lotus cookies over top. Keep refrigerated and enjoy!
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