I’m sure most of you are wondering what in the world is Biscoff? Well I’m sure you’re already familiar with the cookie, you just don’t know it yet. Biscoff is a brand for a speculoos cookie, which is the cookie that is used to make the oh-so-famous cookie butter. Ringing a bell now? It’s got the spiced cinnamon-y, christmas-y, crunchy goodness that makes this cookie so addicting.
When I lived in Korea, they would sell these in the grocery stores, but they were individually wrapped. Like someone would just eat one. YEAH RIGHT! And I’m sure for those of you who have had these on airplanes, eating one little cookie is very frustrating. Especially since they are nowhere to be found in the US. Well I found these babies at Costco the other day. I couldn’t even imagine I would be able to buy these in bulk – but that’s not even the best part. They were package in long rows! There was no thin plastic (that was surprisingly difficult to open at times) in the way of me and these cookies.
After a while, eating these cookies plain just wasn’t good enough for me anymore. I wanted more out of them. They have so much potential!
That is how the biscoff treat was born.
I know they’re not the most attractive treats around, but trust me – they. are. amazing. Plus they’re really easy to make. If you can make rice krispy treats, you can make these.
If you don’t already know, I have a thing for all things gooey, chewy, and crispy. And this my friends, is right up my alley.
32 Pieces of Biscoff Cookies (1 row)
3 tbsp butter
10 oz bag marshmallows
Prepare your pan by lining it with non stick foil. This stuff is magic. I really doesn’t let much stick to it, and makes clean up a breeze. You can also just spray a pan with oil.
Melt the butter and marshmallows on low heat, making sure not to let it burn.
Add the crushed cookies and stir well. Spread into the prepared pan. Let cool completely before slicing.
- 32 pieces Biscoff Cookies (crushed)
- 10 oz bag of marshmallows
- 3 tbsp butter
- Melt butter and marshmallows over low heat until there are no more lumps
- add crushed cookies and stir well
- spread on to a lightly greased 9x9inch baking pan
- let cool before cutting