Biscoff Oatmeal Cookies

Biscoff Spread

Have you ever tried this stuff? It is meant to replace peanut butter, but it’s basically a spread made from cookies. When Mom asked me to pick some up for her, I got a jar for us as well and I have had my eye out for recipes. This one popped up on Pinterest last week. Biscoff Oatmeal Cookies.

It starts with a nice hearty bowl of oats.


That gets whisked together with flour (I used whole wheat white), baking soda, cinnamon, and salt. I almost doubled the cinnamon, I didn’t go too overboard because I was already thinking about putting in the cinnamon chips.

oats and flour mixture

Once that was properly combined, I set it aside. Then I put the butter together with the Biscoff spread, and the sugars and used the stand mixer to beat until smooth.

sugars and stuff

In went the vanilla and egg.

vanilla and egg

I used the stand mixer to slowly add in the dry ingredients, but then finished up mixing by hand. I folded in the cinnamon chips, maybe about a third of a cup.

batter with chips

With the help of the cookie scoop, I ended up getting about 45 cookies out of the batter, a lot more than the recipe said.

batter on tray

I baked them for exactly ten minutes, and they came out great. Chewy with a bit of crunch, sweet without being too much with a little bite of cinnamon, and the Biscoff adds an almost caramel-like taste right in the crunch. Delicious.



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