Biscoff Cookies

Biscoff? What is that, you say? Well, I’m sure Europeans are no stranger to this confection… and maybe some of you well-traveled readers know of this too. But in any case, this is a post about Biscoff spread used to make a cookie and the recipe is from Kirbie Cravings. (you’ll find that I use a lot of recipes from her because her food blog is awesome)

Biscoff is usually consumed in cookie form… but then comes Biscoff spread. It’s basically the cookie in paste form. Now I know that doesn’t sound too appetizing, but I promise you it is. If you like peanut butter or if you like Nutella, you’ll like the consistency of Biscoff (although it is a little heavier than Nutella, but not as sticky as peanut butter). ANYWAY. I’ve had Biscoff cookies before, but never the Biscoff spread… so I went to World Market and bought myself a jar to see if it was worth trying.

It was.

(At least it was for the first couple of times, now I’m just tired of it… BUT DON’T LET THAT DETER YOU FROM TRYING THIS… because everyone should at least try Biscoff spread. Also the Biscoff cookies themselves are great with tea.)

Biscoff Chewy Sugar Cookies

Ingredients:
½ cup unsalted butter, at room temperature
½ cup granulated sugar
½ cup packed light brown sugar
½ cup Biscoff spread
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla
1 ½ cups flour
1 tsp. baking soda

Instructions:

1. Preheat oven to 350F.
2. Cream butter with both sugars until light and fluffy. Mix in the egg, vanilla, and Biscoff.
3. In a separate bowl, mix the flour, baking soda, and salt. Then add into the wet mixture until just combined.
4. Drop the dough by large tablespoons onto baking sheet and bake for 6-8 minutes.

Super easy to make and super soft. The Biscoff spread is very prevalent in taste and they taste even better the next day. Plus, they look nice and are very presentable.

Original recipe is HERE.

Also, if you buy the whole jar of Biscoff spread and are at a loss for what to do with the rest (save from eating it from the jar with a spoon), visit Kirbie Craving’s for more ideas! She has a lot of great recipes for Biscoff spread. :)

(Because people enjoy knowing how much a product costs… at least, I do)

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6 thoughts on “Biscoff Cookies

  1. Kelly Doong says:

    I love biscoff! I first had them on the airplane we took to go to Rome. They’re also called Speculoos…I tried Dorie Greenspan’s recipe for making these cookies from scratch (because I don’t have the spread, as much as I would love to have it), and it tasted kind of bland, so when I make them again, I’m definitely going to pump up the amount of spices.

  2. I just found your site through Kirbie’s so I figured I would comment on this post. I’ve also been incredibly lucky to sample some of the cookies she’s made.

    I think TJ’s is called cookie-butter.

    Anyway, love the site!

    • Hello and welcome! :D

      YOU’RE THE REALLY COOL FOOD BLOGGER WHO CUTS ICE CREAM PINTS IN HALF! Haha sorry, I’ve looked through your posts before but I’ve never commented (heh). And awww, thank you for stopping by and commenting. (and for the info on cookie-butter!) I love Kirbie’s blog + recipes… if I ever have time, I’d love to try all the recipes she’s posted. :)

      • Why thank you, I’m flattered :) I would also love to try all of the cookies she’s made, it’s my secret plan to slowly but surely get her to supply all of them, but hey if you’re baking and need a tester – you know where to find me.

      • Haha that’s a good plan. ;) I usually give away all my extra cookies/baking to the people in my lab – because it’s easier than tracking down my friends. :p But I’ll definitely keep you in mind as a tester. >:D

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