If you’ve got a jar of Biscoff to use up and want some inspiration, you’ve come to the right place! Here are 12 great Biscoff cookie recipe ideas!
Brown Butter Cookie Butter Cookies
These thick and chewy cookies blend Biscoff spread with browned butter. Then you’ ‘ll find brown sugar, granulated sugar, egg, vanilla, all-purpose flour, a hint of cinnamon, baking soda, and salt.
Adding semi-sweet chocolate chips complements the spiced Biscoff flavor. The dough requires no chilling, making the cookies quick to prepare. The cookies are baked until the edges are set, but the tops are still soft. The warm cookies are topped with extra Biscoff spread and broken Lotus Biscoff biscuits for extra flavor and texture. They make the best cookies with great texture, that stores for ages in an airtight container.
Biscoff Cookie Bars
They combine the flavors of speculoos cookie butter and chocolate chips in a bar form, a bit like Biscoff blondies. The recipe involves browning unsalted butter to add a deep caramel flavor to the cookie dough. It’s made with a mix of all-purpose flour, hints of cinnamon, baking soda, and salt.
The dough also includes Biscoff cookie butter spread, brown sugar, white sugar, egg, and vanilla extract. The bars are studded with semi-sweet chocolate chips and topped with pieces of Biscoff cookies. They’re baked until golden brown and can be drizzled with more Biscoff spread for an extra touch of sweetness.
These cookie bars offer a wonderful blend of crispy edges and soft, chewy middle pieces.
Chocolate Biscoff Cookies
The Chocolate Biscoff Cookies from Cookie Dough Diaries are soft, fudgy. They are filled with a gooey cookie butter center. The recipe involves scooping and freezing balls of cookie butter. Then the chocolate cookie dough has butter, sugars, egg, vanilla extract, cocoa powder, flour, salt, and baking soda.
The frozen cookie butter balls are placed into indents in the dough balls, which are then sealed and baked. These cookies combine the fudginess of a brownie with the delicious flavor of Biscoff cookie butter.
No Bake Cookie Butter Cookies
These No Bake Cookie Butter Cookies by Baked By an Introvert are a delightful twist on classic no-bake oatmeal cookies. This sweet treat uses Biscoff cookie butter instead of peanut butter, creating a unique and tasty flavor. The recipe involves boiling a mixture of butter, milk, and sugar. Then mixing in the cookie butter, vanilla, and oats to form the cookies, chilled until hardened.
The result is a sweet, fudgy cookie with a distinct cookie butter taste. Perfect for the holiday season!
White Chocolate Cookie Butter Cookies
The Biscoff Stuffed Cookies are a treat for anyone who loves the combination of white chocolate and Biscoff. This recipe involves creating a cookie dough base and freezing teaspoons of cookie butter. Then, enveloping these frozen balls with the dough.
The resulting cookies are baked until golden and crispy around the edges, with a molten gooey Biscoff center. The cookies are chunky and NYC-style. They offer a gooey center that’s complemented by white chocolate chips or chunks for extra richness. The recipe is relatively simple and results in a deliciously indulgent cookie.
Stuffed Biscoff Butter Cookies
The Biscoff Butter Cookies from Sweetly Cakes offer a delightful combination of soft and chewy texture. They have a sweet spread center and crisp edges. Optionally, chocolate chips can be added for an extra touch of sweetness.
The cookies are formed by adding frozen mounds of Lotus Biscoff spread into cookie dough balls. They are then baked until golden brown around the edges while keeping that soft center.
Biscoff S’mores Pudding Cookies
The Biscoff S’mores Pudding Cookies from Inside BruCrew Life are a creative and tasty twist on traditional cookies. They feature a combination of Biscoff flavor and an instant white chocolate pudding mix, creating soft and puffy cookies.
The s’mores mix, which contains chocolate, marshmallow, and graham chunks. It is stirred into the dough and also pressed into the tops of the dough balls before baking.
3 Ingredient Cookies
The 3 Ingredient Biscoff Butter Cookies from Mrs. Jones’s Kitchen are a simple and delicious treat, perfect for Biscoff lovers. This easy recipe requires only Biscoff spread, flour, and a large egg, and can be prepared in just 20 minutes.
The cookies come out soft and tender, with a Biscoff flavor in every bite. They offer slightly crunchy edges on the day they are made but become softer after being stored at room temperature.
Cookie Butter Chocolate Cookies
The Biscoff chocolate cookies from Sift With Kima are a delightful combination of thin and crispy and chewy textures. They are loaded with Biscoff spread and chunks of speculoos cookies, and topped with dark chocolate.
Cookie Butter Slices
This no-bake recipe from the cinnamon jar combines crunchy Lotus Biscoff cookies with Biscoff spread. There is also creamy white chocolate, golden syrup, and butter to create cookie slices. The process involves melting the white chocolate and butter. It gets blended with the golden syrup and Biscoff spread, mixing it with crushed Biscoff cookies.
After chilling in the fridge, the mixture is cut into slices. This recipe is great for a quick and delicious treat that requires no oven time.
Pumpkin Biscoff Cookies
The Pumpkin Biscoff Cookies from Andee’s Apron are a unique and flavorful treat that combines pumpkin with Biscoff cookie butter. These cookies are egg-free and have a soft, chewy texture.
The dough is rolled into balls, coated in a mixture of sugar and pumpkin pie spice, and baked. These cookies are the best thing for fall and offer a delightful pumpkin spice flavor with a twist.
No bake Chocolate Oat Biscoff Cookies
This No Bake treat from Lemons + Zest combines the rich flavor of cookie butter with no-bake oatmeal cookies. These cookies are made by boiling a mixture of butter, milk, sugar, and cocoa. This is then stirring in quick oats, cookie butter, vanilla, and a pinch of sea salt. The mixture is then formed into cookies on a parchment-lined cookie sheet and chilled to set.
They are an ideal option for those who love cookie butter and chocolate. It offers a fudgy, rich taste without the need for baking.
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