November 26, 2012

No-Bake Biscoff Cookies

Cookie Butters.. Have you tried them? Do you like them? Or is Peanut Butter the only one for you? I absolutely adore Trader Joe's Cookie Butter, there is a special place in my cupboard for that insanely addicting spread. I finally tried Biscoff, and while it is good, I will have to say it did not win my affection. 

I bought the Biscoff to satisfy my curiosity about it's taste, but also to make these No-Bake Biscoff Cookies from Chef In Training. Truckin' Man is absolutely in love with these and thinks they are the best ever. I certainly can't argue when a recipe this simple makes him so happy!  And, it works as great portion control for me when he loves our sweet's as much as he loves these. I get to put them in the truck, save one or two back for me, and away the sweet's go. I am set and ready to make the next treat!




No-Bake Biscoff Cookies  (Source: Chef In Training) 

1/2 c. butter
1/2 c. milk
2 c. sugar
1/2 c. Biscoff Spread
2 1/2 c. rolled oats
2 t. vanilla

Directions
In a large saucepan melt butter, milk and sugar, stirring, until it reaches a rolling boil. Let it boil 1 minute.
Remove from heat. Stir in Biscoff Spread, oats and vanilla until well mixed.
Place spoonfuls of batter on parchment or waxed paper.  Let cookies set up. Store in airtight container. 

Sharing @:
Trick or Treat Tuesday
Thursdays Treasures
Foodie Friends Friday
Weekend Potluck
Strut your Stuff Saturday
Scrumptious Sundays  
Manic Monday
Wednesday Extravaganza 

24 comments:

  1. I've been hearing a lot about cookie butters lately and I think I would LOVE them! But I don't know where to find them around here. If I ever do find some, I'll make these cookies! They look sooooo good :)

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    1. I buy it at krogers

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    2. Watch in most of your grocery stores, by the peanut butter. It really is becoming pretty popular!

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  2. I have some leftover Biscoff spread and this sounds like the perfect way to use it. I haven't tried Trader Joe's Cookie Spread yet, but I will. I'm visiting from Weekend Potluck.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Kitty! Hope you enjoy the cookies, and you must try to Trader Joe Cookie Butter when you have the chance!

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  3. I just heard about cookie butters from a fellow blogger. These cookies looks wonderful and I love that they have Biscoff in them! I am going to pin this recipe and I know I will be making them soon!

    thank you so much for linking up to Foodie Friends Friday. I look forward to seeing what you bring next week.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Cynthia. Hope you enjoy the cookies!

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  4. I have some Trader Joe's Cookie Butter can I exchange the for the biscoff spread? I'm not even sure what that is.

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    1. Suellen, I haven't tried substituting the Biscoff for the Cookie Butter yet, but I plan to. Biscoff really is the same thing, as Trader Joe's Cookie Butter, but it is made out of a different type of cookie, so it has a different flavor. I see no reason why your idea wouldn't work, and I think that would end up making the most amazing No-Bake cookie ever!

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  5. I loved Biscoff cookies first time I tried them while flying. Then I discovered them in a store and then few years later Biscoff spread came .... I am in heaven.

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  6. Thanks for sharing these on Manic Monday :)

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  7. Kris,
    Love this recipe! New follower here :) I love your blog! You have some pretty delicious recipes and I can't wait to print some and try them out. I'd love for you to share some at my weekly link party at: www.michellestastycreations.com. It runs Wednesday 9pm Pacific to Sunday midnight each week. Hope to see you there :) Have a great week.
    Michelle

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  8. Would these turn out with that Trader Joe's spread you spoke of?

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    1. I haven't tried that variation yet, but I see no reason it wouldn't work. I think they would taste amazing with the Trader Joe's spread. Next time you get to Trader Joe's, grab that cookie butter and let me know! It will probably be a couple months before I get to "Tj's" again, so I have to ration my supply!

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  9. Oh they look so good, I love Biscoff!
    Thank you so much for sharing this at Wednesday Extravaganza - Hope to see you there again next week with more deliciousness :)

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  10. Kris, I was browsing through your blog recipes from last fall, looking for a little inspiration...oh, my, goodness, these are pretty inspiring! I haven't made no-bake cookies in forever, so I think it's high time!! I have pinned these for when I buy biscoff or cookie buuter! :)

    Thank you!

    Love, Joy
    Yesterfood

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  11. I know I commented on this before, but I have to follow up to say I have now discovered the amazing-ness of cookie butters! I tried the Trader Joe's cookie butter and looooved it, and recently bought some Biscoff spread and love it, too! I like the traditional no bake cookies w/peanut butter, but my husband doesn't like peanut butter (crazy man). He does like the cookie butters though, so I think I'll make a batch of these cookies and see how he likes them. :)

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  12. I'M not to sure if this cookie butter or biscoff's is available in Canada, do you know? These cookies look simply scrumpcious and I want to make some :)

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    1. According to their website, Biscoff is available in Canada. Check here to see if you can find where to buy it : http://www.biscoff.com/storelocator

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    1. It's a spread, like peanut butter, only it's made out of Biscoff cookies. http://www.biscoff.com/indulge/biscoff-spread

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  14. Could you replavce the spread with peanut butter?

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    1. I don't think so. The sweetness level would need to be adjusted. If you want a peanut butter version, try my friend Mandy's recipe : http://www.southyourmouth.com/2012/04/no-bake-peanut-butter-oatmeal-cookies.html

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  15. I have located Biscoff! I have never heard of this. My family loves the traditional chocolate No-Bake cookies , so I
    will be trying these!! Thanks and Merry Christmas!!

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