Looking for a low calorie Biscoff dessert that’s packed with Biscoff flavor? This Low calorie Biscoff pudding fluff recipe has only 136 calories per serving and a rich Biscoff punch that will have you making it again and again.
It’s also incredibly easy to make and perfect for sharing with friends and family.
Read on to learn how to make it.Jump to Recipe
Why You Will Love Low Calorie Biscoff Pudding Fluff
- Low calories per serving
At only 136 calories per serving, you can indulge in this delicious dessert without feeling guilty.
Most fluff recipes are upwards of 500 calories per serving, but not this one!
You don’t have to sacrifice delicious desserts just because you are calorie counting.
- It’s super easy
With just a few simple steps, you can whip up this dessert in no time.
It only takes about 5 minutes to come together in one single bowl. You can’t beat that.
- Makes 8 servings
This recipe is perfect for a group or party. You can even double it if you have to feed a very large group of people.
- Packed with Biscoff flavor
The Biscoff spread and cinnamon give this dessert a rich, nutty flavor.
I love Biscoff cookies and spread, but eating when eating them alone the calories cn add up pretty quickly.
With this dessert, you get the flavor you want but without a 500-600 calorie price tag.
This recipe has 6 ingredients in total which are pretty easy to find in any grocery store or market.
Biscoff spread and Biscoff cookies are available mostly everywhere these days.
- Biscoff spread
Biscoff spread is made from ground Biscoff cookies and has a rich, nutty flavor. It’s perfect for adding flavor to this low calorie dessert. You only need 1/2 cup which is in total 680 calories.
When split among the 8 servings, the Biscoff amounts to 85 calories per serving.
If for some reason you are unable to find the spread, you can still make it using Biscoff cookies.
To make it with Biscoff cookies, just take 4 of your cookies and crush them until they are a fine powder.
Once you do this, mix with about a tablespoon or two of water and stir them until they are completely dissolved into a Biscoff paste.
- Non fat Greek yogurt
Greek yogurt is a great low calorie substitute for heavy cream or sour cream. It adds a tangy flavor to this dessert while keeping the calories low at 53 calories. You will need 1/4 cup of fat free Greek yogurt.
There is no need for cream cheese in this recipe. The yogurt does the trick.
- Sugar free pudding mix
Sugar free pudding mix is a great way to add flavor without adding extra calories or sugar. This mix will add 80 calories to the entire recipe. Use the small 1 ounce box.
I am using vanilla because I like the simple flavor. Quite honestly, you can use any flavor you want to.
I personally think the sugar free cheesecake flavor or butterscotch would also taste amazing.
- Almond milk
Almond milk is a low calorie alternative to regular milk. It’s also lactose free and vegan friendly.
You’ll be using 1 cup of almond milk which adds only 30 calories to the entire recipe.
Cinnamon adds warmth and depth to this dessert while also enhancing the nutty flavor of the Biscoff cookies.
I wouldn’t skip out on the cinnamon here!
- Swerve artificial sweetener
This is optional but I like my desserts as sweet as I can get them without them being TOO sweet.
I only add 2 tablespoons to this recipe when I make it. But if you do not want to use it, you can leave it out.
- Reduced fat Cool Whip
Reduced fat Cool Whip is a low calorie whipped topping that’s perfect for adding volume, sweetness, and a lighter color to this dessert.
One half of the container adds up to 250 calories.
How To Make It
This recipe is so easy, and comes together in about 5 minutes.
To start, in a large mixing bowl, whisk together the entire box of sugar free vanilla pudding mix with 1 cup of almond milk until well combined.
This will take 1-2 minutes tops to thicken and resemble pudding. If you let it sit after whisking it will thicken even more.
Avoid using the amount of milk it calls for on the package as your pudding will be too runny. You only need one cup. Basically, just ignore the instructions on the pudding package.
Add in the 1/4 cup of non-fat Greek yogurt, 1/2 cup of Biscoff spread, 1 tsp of cinnamon, and 2 tablespoons of Swerve artificial sweetener if you are choosing to use this. Whisk until well combined.
You’re almost done! Fold in half of a container of reduced fat Cool Whip until no white streaks remain.
Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes to 1 hour before serving to let the fluff firm up even more in the fridge.
Optional: Before serving, top each serving with 1/4 of a Biscoff cookie as a dusting.
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Tips For Success
- Stick with the ingredients.
Use non fat Greek yogurt and reduced fat Cool Whip to keep the calories low. There is no need to add cream cheese or regular Cool Whip in this recipe.
This recipe is perfected to provide plenty of Biscoff cinnamon flavor and sweetness all while being as low calorie as possible.
- Fold in the Cool Whip gently.
Fold in the cool whip with a rubber spatula at the end. You do not want to use a mixer for this.
All it takes is a few light folds to incorporate it, which will keep the end result from deflating and keeping structure.
Make It Even Lower Calorie:
- Make a Biscoff paste instead of Biscoff spread.
Instead of using Biscoff spread, try using a Biscoff cookie crumb mixture to add flavor without adding calories.
If you want to do this, you can make a Biscoff cookie paste with 1 or two crushed cookies and water or almond milk, instead of using the spread.
This will save you about half of the calories as using the spread.
- Skip on the Cool Whip.
While I think the Cool Whip adds sweetness and a lightness to this recipe, you can totally leave it out. You will save about 31 calories per serving this way.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I use regular milk instead of almond milk?
Yes, you can use any type of milk you prefer, just remember to account for the extra calories the milk contains. If you don’t like almond milk, skim works as well.
Can I use regular sugar instead of artificial sweetener?
Yes, you can use regular sugar, but keep in mind it will increase the calorie count. Quite honestly, the artificial sweetener is optional and you don’t really need any added sugar in this recipe.
How long can I store this in the refrigerator?
This dessert will keep for up to 7 days in the refrigerator. Keep covered.
Can I freeze low calorie Biscoff Fluff?
Fluff recipes typically don’t freeze well. I don’t recommend freezing this fluff.
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Low Calorie Biscoff Pudding Fluff
- 1 large bowl
- 1 whisk
- 1 rubber spatula optional
- 1/2 cup Lotus Biscoff Spread
- 1/4 cup fat free Greek yogurt
- 1 box sugar free vanilla instant pudding 1 ounce box
- 1 cup almond milk
- 2 tbsp Swerve granulated artificial sweetener optional
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 container Reduced fat Cool Whip
- 1/4 Biscoff cookie crushed and sprinkled on each serving
- In a bowl, whisk together one cup of almond milk and entire package of sugar free vanilla pudding until thickened and resembles pudding. This takes 1-2 minutes.
- Add to the pudding the Greek yogurt, Biscoff Spread, cinnamon, and Swerve (if using) and whisk until fully incorporated and smooth.
- Add half of the container of reduced fat Cool Whip and fold into the pudding mixture until completely incorporated and no white streaks remain.
- Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
- When ready to serve, crush the optional Biscoff cookie and sprinkle on the top.
Low Calorie Biscoff Pudding Fluff is an easy and delicious dessert that will have you feeling like you actually enjoyed a dessert for once when calorie counting.
If you’re a Biscoff lover, you will surely love this recipe. It is Biscoff cookies meets pudding goodness.
If you tried it, let me know how you liked it!