Mini Biscoff Pumpkins

If you follow me on Instagram, then you will almost definitely have seen these mini Biscoff Pumpkins! I’ve been adding these to pretty much all of my cakes recently and just can’t seem to get enough of them! As well as looking seriously cute, they’re so quick and simple to make and only require 4 ingredients! 

You can use a variety of different spreads, depending on what you have to hand, but for these I’ve opted for Biscoff cookie butter! Now, I’m a HUGE Biscoff fan, so these are a real winner for me. 

Why you need to add these mini biscoff pumpkins to your halloween baking list

  • They’re so simple to make and only require a few simple ingredients. 
  • Look super cute and perfect to add to any cakes or desserts!
  • Perfect for Halloween & Autumnal recipes 
  • You don’t need any fancy equipment or ingredients
  • They’re completely plant based 
  • You can sub the Biscoff spread for any nut butter or other spreads of your choosing 

What will you need to make these Mini Biscoff pumpkins?

  • Biscoff Spread: this one probably goes without saying, but you will of course need some smooth Lotus Biscoff spread for this recipe. 
  • Oat flour: to help bind everything together, this recipe calls for oat flour. I make this myself by popping some rolled oats into a blender and blitzing to form a fine flour. 
  • Chocolate chips: you can also use herbs for the topping, but I love to add a little chocolate chip to create the stalk for the pumpkin. 
  • Cinnamon sugar: I love to roll the little pumpkins in cinnamon sugar for taste and decoration purposes! It reminds me of eating a little cinnamon sugared doughnut! 

Mini Biscoff Pumpkins


  • 4 tbsp Smooth Lotus Biscoff Spread
  • 1 cup oats
  • Cinnamon sugar for dusting
  • Dark chocolate chips


  • Add your oats into a blender and blitz to form a fine flour. I've used a Nutribullet for this, which works well!
  • Gently melt the Biscoff spread and mix this in with your oat flour.
  • Use your hands to bring the mixture together to form a malleable dough. To make the pumpkins, roll the mixture into balls. You can make these all the same size or create different sizes, which I think looks nice for cake decorating!
  • Use a skewer to create the ridges along the sides of the balls all of the way around. Roll these in the cinnamon sugar to coat and place a chocolate chip in the centre of each!

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