September 27, 2011

Biscoff Stuffed White Chocolate Cookies

I'd like you to meet my new best friend.


Biscoff. Biscoff spread. Have you heard about this stuff? The food blog world was going bananas over this stuff a while back. I didn't know what all the fuss was about; I had never seen it before. Until Sunday. I'm cruising down the aisles of my grocery store with no menu plan (I felt so lost), no list, nada, grabbing and throwing things into my cart so I could get the heck out of there. I wasn't in the mood to shop. What's wrong with me?

Anywho.

Due to the fact that I had no list and was driving down the aisles all willy nilly, I found myself in the peanut butter aisle. A jar with a red lid caught my eye. Biscoff spread?! I said (not out loud, but you know). Ooo yes, I'ma buy you real quick.


Ladies and gentlemen, best purchase ever. You all weren't kidding. This stuff is the shiz niz. I'm obsessed. Obsessed! How did they make this stuff? It tastes like a million cookies that were crumbled together and blended into this perfect spreadable edible spread...

I'm out of words. Just buy this stuff. And make these cookies.

Source: Picky Palate
Servings: 24 large cookies
Note: I halved this recipe. Stupid mistake. This is the original. 

2 sticks unsalted butter, softened
1 cup granulated sugar
1 cup packed light brown sugar
2 large eggs
1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
4 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon kosher salt
2 1/2 cups white chocolate chips
2 cups Biscoff Spread

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a large baking sheet with a silpat liner or parchment paper.

In a stand or electric mixer, beat butter and sugars until well combined. Add eggs and vanilla beating until well combined.

Place flour, baking soda and salt into a large mixing bowl. Stir to combine. Slowly add to wet ingredients along with white chips until just combined.

With a medium cookie scoop, scoop dough onto prepared baking sheet about 1 inch apart. With your thumb, press into each cookie making a little well for the Biscoff. Using a small cookie scoop, scoop about 1 tablespoon Biscoff into each pressed cookie. Place another scoop of cookie dough on top and press edges gently. Biscoff will not be completly enclosed and will be visible around edges. Bake for 12-15 minutes, until edges are just golden brown. Let cool for 10 minutes on baking sheet then transfer to a cooling rack to cool completely.

22 comments:

  1. I need to find me some Biscoff!

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  2. Biscoff cookies are the best. The Biscoff Spread is like peanut butter but sweeter.
    The cookies are great alone or for using in recipes like graham crackers. Yum.

    The Souper

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  3. I really need to try this spread. Those cookies look fantastic!

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  4. Never tried this spread before but now I'll have to. Cookies look great!

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  5. so is biscoff spread just made out of cookies? i've heard of it, but never tried it before...although i think that needs to change real quick!

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  6. I have looked this up, the biscoff cookie is a cinnamon cookie made with raw sugar. Based on that the spread should have a cinnamony flavor. Anyhow I will be on the lookout for this spread and I have saved this recipe-yum!

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  7. Haha, I am loving this stuff too. These cookies look so good!

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  8. Stuffed white chocolate?yes please;))

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  9. I'm on the lookout for this stuff! These cookies look amazing.

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  10. Hmm... never heard of it either. But am intrigued. Will have to look for next time I am in the PB aisle. Which is every week.

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  11. Oh yum! I seriously need to add Biscoff to my grocery list! These look fantastic!

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  12. I want to see the picture with the bite taken out!! :)

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  13. These were so delicious! Thanks for sharing this with me!!!! yummmmmm

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  14. I have never seen that spread but now I want some. These sound delicious. I would love for you to share at my weekly linky fri-mon
    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/2011/09/any-linky-goes-17.html
    Come strut your stuff.

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  15. These look gorgeous! I saw your link on Sweets For A Saturday and had to follow it over :) I haven't found Biscoff spread yet - but thanks to your awesome photos, I'm now on a mission!

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  16. I love Biscoff cookies and really need to find this spread!! These cookies look so delicious.

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  17. I'm pretty much in love with this stuff!

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  18. I'm gonna have to try this for sure now.

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  19. You can order the spread online from Biscoff.....just goggle it, i ordered some today it's DELISH.

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  20. Oh dear. I should not have read this because now I am drooling. Must. Make. Immediately.

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  21. so... i ordered 1 jar biscoff spread off ebay because I've never tried it before and i was also really wanting to make these cookies. so it arrived today and i tried it for the 1st time. Grhh I can't stop eating it ): its sooooooo good. don't even know if i'll have the ability to put it in cookies because i can't possibly imagine it any better tasting than it is just plain out of the jar and I'll be sooo sad once its all gone! maybe i'll just order some more so i can make these cookies as originally planned. too bad biscoff spread and speculoos aren't more easy to get.

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