Forget peanut butter and put down that Nutella because these easy and delicious cookie butter recipes are guaranteed to become your new dessert obsession!
Whether you like Trader Joe’s Speculoos Cookie Butter or classic Biscoff, these treats are beyond divine.
Take a few Biscoff cookies, blend them up, and you’ve got a magical thing called cookie butter.
It’s the same consistency as peanut butter but with a much different flavor.
Rich, caramely, and cinnamon-sugar spiced, this creamy condiment is truly unique.
And what better way to show it off than these scrummy cookie butter recipes?
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If you’ve had cookie butter before, you’ll know how insanely delicious it is. And I bet you’re thrilled to hear you can make it at home!
All you need is sugar, vanilla, milk, coconut oil, cinnamon, and salt. Oh, and cookies, of course!
Biscoff/gingersnaps are the best option for that authentic flavor. But feel free to branch out and try new flavors!
No-bake cookies with cookie butter are similar to oatmeal cookies; only they’re much more tempting.
They’re sweet, soft, and fudgy, and adding cookie butter makes them downright addictive.
Who knew cookie butter and oatmeal would work so well together?
Macarons are a challenge to make. But if there’s one recipe that’s worth the trial and error, it’s this one.
You’ll make the shells with almond meal, cocoa powder, and powdered sugar. So it’s lightly chocolatey and wonderfully sweet.
Meanwhile, the Biscoff buttercream filling is so insanely delicious, you’ll want to eat it right out of the bowl!
Cookie butter and white chocolate chip cookies are a soft and delightful treat everybody will love.
Sweet white chocolate and spiced cookie butter are a fantastic combination. And in this cookie, they’re impossible to resist.
Whether you’re making cookies for a bake sale, special event, or just for fun, you can’t beat these babies.
Bye-bye funfetti. See-ya cupcakes. This is the only special occasion cake you need from now on.
And it’s mouthwateringly good.
Cookie butter cake, cookie butter frosting, cookie butter drizzle, cookie crumbs, and MORE cookies?
I mean…what more can I possibly say?
I guess if you don’t like cookies, you should stay away from this cake, but who are we kidding? This cake is incredible.
I guess you don’t have to say “see-ya” to every cupcake out there…And this one is a must-make for any occasion.
It starts with a spiced brown butter cake that’s moist and honestly delicious with any filling or frosting.
But the cookie butter middle and frosting set this recipe apart.
The only appropriate way to decorate this cupcake is with a Speculoos cookie, of course.
Pumpkin pie is one of my favorite fall desserts. And during the holidays, it’s always comforting to enjoy traditional recipes with friends and family.
But it’s even more satisfying when there’s a little twist on those traditions. Like this cookie butter pumpkin pie, for example.
You’ll use Biscoff cookies instead of Graham Crackers. And yes, there’s even cookie butter in the filling! Yum!
I should probably warn you: these Biscoff cheesecake bars are so sinfully delicious, you won’t be able to stop at just one piece.
There’s a tasty cookie crust that’s crunchy and full of flavor. Then comes the creamy cookie butter and cream cheese filling.
Silky smooth and loaded with Biscoff goodness, it’s as good as cheesecake gets!
Oh, and there’s ever cookie butter icing and cookie crumbles on top because…well…why not?
Want something with more pizzazz? Try this stunning Biscoff cheesecake. It’s the ideal holiday or special occasion treat.
The buttery cookie crust is made with Biscoff cookies (of course!). And the velvety cheesecake is packed with tangy, sweet flavor.
Finally, the whole cake has a spectacular layer of cookie butter on top.
If you’re searching for a decadent and unique dessert, this is it!
Few things compare to homemade ice cream.
But this cookie butter ice cream filled with caramel and spiced brown sugar is on a different planet.
There’s cookie butter in the creamy ice cream base and swirled throughout. And for a little crunch, there’s pieces of speculoos cookies too.
If you’re new to making ice cream at home, this is your excuse to start.
Cookie butter snickerdoodles are already on my “I’m craving that!” list, and I have a feeling that won’t change anytime soon.
Soft and chewy on the inside with a slightly crisp cinnamon-sugar edge, these bad boys are a cinnamon lover’s dream come true.
And the cookie butter works so well with the flavors of a snickerdoodle. So trust me, drop what you’re doing and go make them now!
Cookie butter, chocolate chips, and banana bread? Could there possibly be a better combination?
No, I don’t think so.
This recipe is so comforting, so tasty, and so dangerous.
The cookie butter adds flavors to the banana bread you never even knew it needed. And it’s something you won’t want to live without.
Chocolate chips are always welcome in my banana bread.
Though, to be honest, the cookie butter is more than enough to lift this classic quick bread to new heights.
Biscoff icebox cake is easy, simple, and incredibly good.
You only need four ingredients – cream, sugar, Biscoff cookies, and cookie butter – and they just need to be layered in a lined baking dish.
How easy is that?
Pop it in the freezer, and before you know it, you’ll be enjoying this heavenly dessert.
Chocolate cookie butter babka is more than just bread and sugar. Seriously, you’ll dream of this delightful little loaf.
Not only is this babka filled with chocolate, but it has tons of cookie butter too!
The bread is soft and flaky, while the chocolate cookie butter filling is sweet and satisfying.
Don’t be intimidated by that bread recipe, either. It’s nothing you can’t handle.
Get ready to meet your new midnight craving. One bite of these babies, and you’ll feel the lavender haze creeping up in no time!
Fudgy and flavorful, these brownies are packed with chocolate and the perfect amount of cookie butter.
Cold milk or vanilla ice cream makes these brownies even better. Or just eat them warm right out of the pan (that’s what I do!).
From one addictive snack to another – these Biscoff blondies are for those of us who like light desserts.
Where the brownies are fudgy, rich, and decadent, these are light, chewy, and perfectly sweet.
Studded with white chocolate chips and full of cookie butter flavors, they’re spectacular.
They’re the ideal dessert for any party, and they’ll draw a crowd at the bake sale too.
Churro cookie butter banana bread muffins are the ultimate on-the-go snack or breakfast.
And yes, you can totally have these for breakfast, and nobody can stop you!
These have the right amount of sweetness and a little crunch from the cinnamon sugar on top.
And hey, there’s banana in the mix, so they’re healthy…ish. Right?
I love a good milkshake, and this cookie butter recipe is at the top of my list this Friday night.
Calling for just five ingredients and five minutes, this frosty dessert is a cinch to recreate.
Vanilla ice cream blended with cookie butter and cookies is a recipe for deliciousness.
Add some extra cookies for crunch, and you’ll swoon over every sip.
Cookie butter bars are full of flavor and have the most perfect chewy texture. Plus, no oven is needed for these terrific treats!
These no-bake cookie butter bars start with a layer of buttery Biscoff cookies. You’ll top that with cream cheese Biscoff frosting.
Make these for a party or just for fun, and I promise they’ll get gobbled up in no time.
Oatmeal cookies have a bad reputation, but these are anything but boring.
Biscoff makes everything better, after all. And these oatmeal cookies are no exception.
The cookie butter compliments the chewy oats so perfectly, it’s a match made in heaven.
They’re so yummy, even the kids will ask for more.
How mouthwateringly delish do these homemade popsicles look?
These treats are a little unique but so incredible. And they’re just what you need on a hot summer day (or any day, really).
Believe it or not, all you need is cookie butter, milk, and cream!
Chocolate chip cookie granola bars are way better than anything you can buy in the grocery stores.
Aside from the oats and chocolate chips, the cookie butter adds a whole new layer of deliciousness.
They’re chewy, slightly crispy, and full of chocolate chips. Plus, they’re great for on-the-go or a mid-morning snack.
23. Biscoff Blossoms
Biscoff butter is often compared to peanut butter, so why not make the swap in recipes like this?
If you like peanut butter blossoms and cookie butter, you’re guaranteed to love this recipe.
These cookies are soft on the inside and slightly crispy on the outside. And the chocolate Kiss on top is a wonderful finishing touch.
Your favorite childhood snack just got a major upgrade.
Gooey marshmallows, crispy cereal, and scrumptious cookie butter… what more could you ask for?
Kids and adults will all love this treat, and you’ll be pretty popular for it.
Whoopie pies are a beloved classic, and they come in so many fun flavors.
This recipe features rich cookie butter and cream cheese frosting sandwiched between two chocolate cake-like cookies.
They’re soft, chocolatey, and oh-so-scrummy.
Be warned: these won’t last long. So be sure to make extra!
Cookie butter truffles are an unmatched confectionery. There’s no baking required, and the kids can even get involved.
I’ll admit they take a little bit of work – but it’s not complicated. Plus, they’re great as a little after-dinner sweet or as a holiday gift.
With a cookie butter center and chocolate coating, there’s no treat quite like these little bites of heaven.
Cookie butter popcorn? Yes, really, and it’s going to take movie night to a whole new level of yum.
You only need three ingredients for this fantastic snack. And the result is a salty, sweet, spiced, and rich popcorn bucket everyone will fight over.
This is way better than caramel or kettle corn, and you won’t be able to put the bowl down.
Biscoff butter cookies are the ultimate dessert.
Between the tender-chewy cookie, the gooey-melty chocolate, and the heavenly cookie butter, these are possibly too good to share!
Warm, soft chocolate chip cookies just got a sophisticated makeover. And I want every last bite!
Make these for special occasions, holiday gifts, or even just for a midnight snack.
Millionaire shortbread is already to-die-for. But with a layer of cookie butter?
Just looking at this decadent dessert is enough to make me drool.
Here’s another terrific no-bake dessert featuring dreamy cookie butter.
Biscoff tiramisu with yogurt and mascarpone is just as tasty as it sounds.
Layers of cookie butter and cookie pieces add crunch and flavor. And the mascarpone is wonderfully sweet and creamy.
This version is a little lighter than traditional tiramisu, thanks to the Greek yogurt.
And Biscoff cookies go perfectly with the coffee.
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