Freshly popped homemade popcorn coated in a delicious buttery Biscoff sauce is so simple to make at home. Perfect for movie night!
Homemade popcorn is always a treat – and one of my favourite snacks – fuss free, quick and frugal – it baffles me that anyone buys expensive ready made popcorn when it is so easy to make your own.
I love a bowl of freshly popped buttered popcorn when settling down for the evening with a movie or a new boxed set.
Why Make This?
- Far better and considerably cheaper than buying ready made or cinema popcorn
- So quick and easy – this Biscoff popcorn is ready in minutes.
- Delicious with the buttery Biscoff coating, fresh popcorn and crunch from the sea salt!
What is the difference between Biscoff and Speculoos?
It is the same stuff – Lotus renamed Speculoos to Biscoff a few years back – read more about Lotus Biscoff Speculoos!
More Easy Biscoff Recipes
- Biscoff Bondies – soft, fudgy and packed with delicious Biscoff!
- No Churn Biscoff Ice Cream – 4 ingredients and scoopable straight from the freezer!
- Easy Biscoff Fudge – made in the microwave and topped with a Biscoff crumb topping!
- 1/2 tsp vegetable oil
- 1/4 cup popcorn (50g)
- 2 tbsp Biscoff Spread
- 2 tbsp butter (or non diary spread to make this vegan)
- pinch sea salt
- Place the oil and popcorn in a pan with a well fitting lid and put on a medium / high heat.1/2 tsp vegetable oil, 1/4 cup popcorn
- Swirl the pan every 20 seconds or so. When the corn starts to pop turn the heat right down.
- Once all the corn is popped transfer it to a serving bowl discarding any unpopped kernels
- Add the Biscoff spread and butter to the hot pan, turn the heat up and stir until melted, then remove from the heat.2 tbsp Biscoff Spread, 2 tbsp butter
- Add the freshly popped popcorn back to the pan, give everything a good stir so the kernels are coated.
- Transfer to a serving bowl, sprinkle with salt and enjoy whilst still warm.pinch sea salt
Speculoos popcorn recipe originally published May. Post and method refreshed July 2021.
This does indeed sound like heaven in a bowl! Yum!
I’ve never tried popping my own popcorn before. On my to try list!
Sarah, Maison Cupcake
My italian housemate always used to make popcorn (and wrecked one of our saucepans too in the process) but it’s something I never think to do at home. I know Ted would love it though and it occurs to me it would be ideal for his birthday parrty. Now to see if I can make my single jar of speculoos paste last until then!!
That sounds like amazing stuff. I have always wondered about what makes popcorn pop, although obviously not enough to look it up, so thanks for clearing that up, hehe :D
You can also make popcorn in the microwave without having to use specially-branded microwave popcorn. Basically, you just need a paper bag, full details here: http://www.squawkfox.com/2010/07/27/popcorn-recipe-gourmet-popcorn. This looks like a great popcorn topping, and I love the idea of speculoos flavour on everything!
I am totally with you on the Speculoos campaign. I adore it.
This looks delicious! I keep seeing Speculoos on blogs but have never tried it. Time for another trip to France I think :)
I do love popcorn and can just imagine this being so addictive. Then again, it’s low fat so I can eat bowls full and enjoy it!!
Jeanne @ CookSister!
OMG – Speculoos spread?! What fresh temptation is this?? Love making my own popcorn and this version sounds glorious.
A Trifle Rushed
We have popcorn every Saturday evening, my daughter’s weekend treat….and I have a jar of Specaloos in the cupboard… So this Saturday it will be even better!
I must try to get some of the spread, the popcorn looks pretty amazing Helen!
I love Speculoos, I can’t wait to try this! :)
Apparently there is now a crunchy one.
Adore speculoos, one of theose ace accidentily vegan foods!
Very late in seeing this, only just discovered your website and never heard of the delicious sounding speculoos but it all sounds fab – I love popping corn and it always seems brilliant that it’s so exciting to my 5 yeard old yet frugal and healthy. Have to get my hands on some speculoos. Andrea
I wonder if I can get Speculoos online?
Waitrose now sell it! By the nutella and peanut butter. Its called Lotus Caramelised Spread.
Found the spread in Waitrose this week – apparently they’ve been stocking it for a while now!
My god, I can only say that on the way I bought it I devoured half the jar in front of the cupboard, just spooning it out. Now I’m trying to save it! :)
Well you can always get more Kate. I used to bring it back from France and ration it!