New Adventures in the World of Biscoff
'What the devil is Biscoff?', you ask. For that answer, we can go straight to the Biscoff site.
Biscoff is the name given to Lotus Bakeries Speculoos Cookies in North America. It is derived from the words BIScuits & COFFee.
For this first adventure into baking with Biscoff Spread...hold on....
Biscoff Spread is a new spreadable, sweet treat made from Biscoff Cookies. Biscoff Spread tastes just like Biscoff Cookies because more than half of the jar is made up of crushed Biscoff Cookies. Biscoff Spread has the consistency of peanut butter and can be enjoyed on toast, with apples, as a secret ingredient in recipes or straight out of the jar!
That's all for today's little lesson. If you have never tried the speculoos cookies and you like a spice cookie, you need to find these. Seriously!! And if you know what they are and love them, then you need to find the Biscoff Spread. Seriously!!
I was lucky enough to find the Biscoff Spread at my favourite kitchen place (Grace in the Kitchen). And I wasn't even looking for it! (She typed in a high pitched
Anyhoo. I have been looking on the interwebs for something to make with the Biscoff Spread. I have had the jar for a total of three day and I just need to use it!!!! I wanted to try something easy and quick.....'cause sometimes easy and quick is good....umm in baking....
Interesting recipe. I feel like I should have used more marshmallows to make the squares, as I like them more chewy. But I do like the flavour of the biscoff. Can't wait to try another recipe with this spread and continue on this biscoff baking adventure!
Slightly Adapted from Shugary Sweets.
Biscoff Rice Krispie Treats
1/4 cup butter
10 oz marshmallows
1/2 cup Biscoff Spread
5 cups Rice Krispies
For the topping
1/2 cup Biscoff Spread
3/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips(or chunks)
Butter an 8x8 pan.
Melt the butter, marshmallows and Biscoff Spread on medium heat. Once completely melted, add the rice krispies. Quickly incorporate the melted ingredients into the rice krispies. Sread the mixture into the buttered pan and let cool.
Melt the 1/2 cup biscoff spread with the chocolate. Spread the chocolate/biscoff topping over the pan of rice krispies. Let the topping set before cutting into squares.
I used the Trader Joe's version in the Two Peas and a Pod granola bar recipe and wasn't so impressed (with the recipe)... Was thinking about subbing it in the Baked peanut butter cookies to see what happens... Could be amazing! I eat the stuff out of the jar, not gonna lie. :)ReplyDelete