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Lorie Roach Recipe

Layers of Love Torte

By Lorie Roach lroach


This decadent dessert is made of three of my all time favorite spreads which are peanut butter, Nutella, and Biscoff. It is easy to make, yet elegant enough to entertain with.

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
What makes a great recipe? Well, love for starters! And this torte is, indeed, jam-packed with delicious TLC. Each layer has a distinct flavor, but they combine to create an overall richness that is simply to-die-for. Easy to prepare and pretty to serve, this one is a must-try!


1 pkg
chocolate sandwich cookies, finely crumbled or ground in a food processor or blender
6 Tbsp
butter, melted and cooled
2 c
heavy cream
1 1/4 c
powdered sugar, divided
12 oz
cream cheese, softened to room temperature, divided
1/2 c
Biscoff spread (or cookie butter)
3 Tbsp
heavy cream, divided
1/2 c
Nutella (hazelnut spread)
1/2 c
peanut butter

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pies
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: French

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Feb 16, 2015 - Sherry Blizzard shared this recipe with discussion groups: Food Porn, Southern Cooking and TRIED & TRUE RECIPES (TNT).
Feb 14, 2015 - Sharon Colyer shared this recipe with discussion group: Happy Homesteading.
Andrea M Snorkelbum
Apr 16, 2014
I'm sure it can be doubled because there's no baking time except the crust. I would probably whip the cream in two batches and fold in 2/3 of each batch in each layer. I think you might need an even bigger than 9x13 pan, maybe 12x15. Baking sheet is not deep enough, so you need a big lasagna pan. Cut the pieces small; it's very rich. That size would be for a big pot luck supper or family party.
Bev Gelormini Remington
Apr 15, 2014
Please let me know if this can be doubled and then would be okay for a 13 x 9 pan. Thanks for the recipe--it looks great!
Andrea M Snorkelbum
Apr 15, 2014
I read this recipe again and decided not to add the 1/3 cup of sugar to each layer since Biscoff, Nutella and peanut butter are all sweet, as is the Oreo crust and the whipped cream. It was PLENTY sweet with 1 cup less sugar in it! It was good, but very, very rich. I'd say a 9" torte will feed 16 people. Cut those slices as thin as you can! I'd never had Biscoff before, and think I'd like it with fruit in crepes, for dessert or breakfast.