28 Easy And Simple Biscocho Recipes You NEED To Try

If you’re looking for a tasty treat and you want to try something new, then you should definitely give Biscocho a try.

It is a Filipino oven-baked dessert that is perfect for any bread lovers out there! 

28 Easy And Simple Biscocho Recipes You NEED To Try

Biscocho is also a great way to use up any leftover bread because it’s traditional to use bread that is just about to go stale to make these tasty desserts.

Trust in the process, because once you try it for the first time, you’ll come back to it again and again. 

If you want to try Biscocho for yourself, read on to learn about 28 recipes that are super easy to make! 

1. Biscocho With Condensed Milk

Kicking off this list we have Biscocho with condensed milk. This is a great recipe for first-time Biscocho tasters and it’s super easy to make. 

Classic Biscocho is usually topped with sugar and butter, but this recipe changes it up a bit and uses condensed milk instead. 

2. Bizcocho (Técnicas)

This recipe actually offers you three different ways to make Biscocho; the Direct Method, the Reversed Method, and the Indirect Method. 

You’ll have the chance to play around with the different methods and see which way works best for you. Plus, the results will be super tasty! 

3. Receta de Bizcocho Basico

If you are running low on ingredients and you don’t have time to make it to the grocery store, then you’re in luck!

This recipe uses only ingredients you would normally have and find in your cupboards, so you don’t have to worry about if you’re missing anything. 

4. Receta de Biscocho Economico

Another super easy recipe that is also really cheap to make, this variation is perfect for anyone who is on a budget but still wants to make something fantastic. 

5. Irresistible Biscocho de Chocolate

The beauty of Biscocho is that you can change the recipe up to add in pretty much anything.

This recipe is basically chocolate cake, make in two perfect layers and it is perfect for any chocolate lovers out there! 

6. Warm Biscuit With Vanilla Ice Cream

Biscocho isn’t always a cake, sometimes it’s ice cream or other things! If you want something a little different, then you’re going to love this biscuit and ice cream combo! 

7. Granny’s Biscocho

This recipe takes a really traditional approach to making Biscocho and it is incredibly soft and light.

You only really need eggs, flour, and sugar to produce this recipe, but if you have any fruit you want to use up, it will work great as a topping! 

8. Lemon Olive Oil Cake

If you love lemon-flavored treats then you are going to love this lemon Biscocho. It’s tangy and moist and you won’t be able to help yourself from having another slice! 

9. Bizcocho Dominicano (Dominican Cake)

This variation of Biscocho is a fabulous take on the traditional birthday cake. It tastes just as good as it looks! 

It might look complicated to make but we promise that it is super easy! 

10. Chocolate Alderwood Sea Salt Bizcocho

This recipe combines chocolate with sea salt and the results are absolutely phenomenal!

Once you’ve tried this incredible dessert for the first time, you will find yourself making chocolate and sea salt recipes all the time. 

11. Almond Bizcocho (Almond And Orange Loaf Cake)

You’ll be using zested orange in this recipe that is mixed into the actual cake to give it a beautiful citrus flavor.

Combined with almonds, this cake is great for anyone who wants something tasty that is a bit different from chocolate cake!

12. Bizcocho Dominicano (Dominican Cake)

Here’s another Dominican cake for anyone who likes the idea of the other one but wants to try something a bit different.

This cake is made with orange and lime to really get your taste buds going! You’ll find yourself making this recipe again and again. 

13. Sour Cream Pound Cake (Biscocho de Crema Agria)

Sour cream might sound like an odd thing to put in a sweet cake, but once you try this recipe, you will understand exactly why it’s the best choice! 

This is quite a savory version of Biscocho, so you’re going to have to add lots of sugar to make it sweet! 

14. Bizcocho de Yogur

Also known as the “yogurt” cake, this Biscocho recipe is great if you want something quick and easy. You will find the whole prep and baking process incredibly relaxing as you do it. 

15. Orange Yogurt Cake (Bizcocho de Naranja)

Another yogurt cake, but this time it is orange in flavor. This vibrant and tasty cake is actually made with orange liqueur, so it’s a bit stronger than a standard orange Biscocho. 

You will absolutely love this recipe and it is super easy to make as well. 

16. Biscochos Sephardic Tea Cookie

If you don’t want a full-on cake, give these tea cookies a try instead! They are beautifully crispy and crunchy and pair absolutely perfectly with a cup of tea or coffee. 

If you’re looking for a tasty snack to give to your kids, they will love this recipe. 

17. Spanish Lemon Bizcocho Dessert

This is a great recipe for anyone who wants to enjoy a lemon cake that doesn’t require too many ingredients to make.

It’s super easy to make as well, so you will be enjoying this zesty treat in no time at all.

18. Biscocho Pina Colada Cheesecake

For all the cheesecake and pina colada lovers out there, why not combine the two to make a sensational dessert? 

This recipe actually makes cupcakes rather than a classic cheesecake, but they taste absolutely divine. 

19. Biscocho

This is a classic Biscocho recipe that doesn’t call for any fancy flavors or added ingredients. If you just want to enjoy the Biscocho for what it is, you’ll absolutely love this easy recipe. 

20. Filipino Biscocho

Similar to the above recipe, this Filipino Biscocho is different because it uses different bread and this gives the whole recipe its own unique flavor and vibe. 

21. Spanish Sponge Cake

This Spanish sponge cake is mainly made of lemon and sugar, but just because it’s simple doesn’t mean it’s any less tasty than the other options on this list! 

22. Blackberry And Orange Olive Oil Bizcocho

If you love fruit and you love citrus, then you are going to love this recipe! The blackberry and orange pair incredibly well together and you’ll easily want another slice! 

23. Basic Bizcocho Recipe

This is a super simple recipe to make and it’s nice and sweet too. It actually gets its sweetness from the vanilla extract you’ll be using to create it. 

24. Biscocho de Semana Santa

This recipe is filled with loads of beautiful ingredients, and you’ll even be using cinnamon which gives this bread a whole new level of warmness.

It’s super easy to make despite the number of ingredients you’ll be using! 

25. Traditional Biscocho Mexican Cookies

These Mexican cookies are buttery, sweet, spicy, and absolutely delicious. They are perfect for anyone who just wants a tasty snack to enjoy!

26. White Mulberry Bizcocho

On top of the white mulberry used for this recipe, you’ll also have a caramelized cherry drizzle as your topping. The smell alone of this Biscocho baking will leave your mouth watering!

27. Biscocho de Yogur (Yoghurt Cake)

Here’s another yogurt cake recipe that you will absolutely love.

This recipe only takes about 40 minutes to make in total, so if you don’t have much time and you want to make something fun and tasty, this is a great recipe for you to try. 

28. Costa Rican Bizcocho Guanacasteco

And finally, we have this Costa Rican-inspired Biscocho recipe. It’s quite similar to corn flour empanadas. This recipe is the most savory one on the list and it is absolutely covered in cheese sour cream. 

If you’re looking for a tasty snack, this is the recipe for you! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Biscocho A Biscuit?

Biscocho is a Spanish word that literally means “biscuits”. While lots of Biscocho recipes are made in a biscuit fashion, there are lots of recipes that prefer to make cakes instead. 

Is Biscocho A Pastry?

Biscocho can indeed be described as a pastry, and they are made in various shapes and sizes. They can also vary in being both sweet and savory. 

Where Does Biscocho Come From?

While they are common in Spanish-speaking countries, Biscocho actually originates from the Philippines. 

Conclusion

If you have never tried Biscocho before, this is your sign to get baking! Each of these recipes is incredibly beautiful and full of flavor and you will find yourself making them again and again. 

Bare in mind that some of these recipes are written in Spanish, but you can easily translate the page via Google Translate if you cannot speak Spanish! 

Give these recipes a try today and see which ones you and your family love the most! You will find that Biscocho quickly becomes a staple part of your kitchen and home!

28 Easy And Simple Biscocho Recipes You NEED To Try

28 Easy And Simple Biscocho Recipes You NEED To Try

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