Thursday, November 10, 2011

Biscoff Cut-out Cookies

Remember Biscoffs?  Those little "airline cookies?"  We talked about them here.
Well, I wondered if maybe, just maybe, I could use the Biscoff Spread and make some cut-out cookies for decorating.

The answer?  Yes.

If you love those crunchy little Biscoff cookies, but would love a softer, more sugar-cookie-ish version, you might want to try this. 

{And, you don't even have to decorate them....just eat them plain.  Or, one other option that I'll show you in a minute.}

Biscoff Cut-out Cookies

2 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. kosher salt
3 c. unbleached, all-purpose flour
1 stick salted butter, cut into chunks
1/2 c. Biscoff Spread
1/2 c. sugar
1/2 c. light brown sugar
1 egg
1/4 c. heavy cream

In a medium bowl, whisk together the baking powder, salt and flour.  Set aside.

In a large bowl of a stand mixer, beat together the butter, Biscoff Spread, and sugars using a paddle attachment until light and fluffy.
Mmm....fluffy.

Add the egg and beat well.  Beat in the cream.

In three additions, beat in the flour on low until combined. Divide the dough in half, shape into discs, wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 30 minutes before rolling.

Preheat oven to 350.  Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.

On a floured surface, roll the dough with a floured rolling pin to about 1/4th inch thick.  Place shapes on the prepared cookie sheet and chill in the freezer 5-10 minutes.

Remove from freezer and bake 8-12 minutes, depending on cookie size.  Cool on sheet 2 minutes, then remove to cooling rack to cool completely.

Decorate, eat plain, OR...
...sandwich together with a little Biscoff Spread.  Go ahead, try it!

44 comments:

  1. I can't find the Biscoff spread in Canada!! I feel sad! These look so amazing!

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  2. what is Biscoff, it looks like peanut butter,
    and where can I buy it,

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  3. Luckily, I have a jar of Biscoff in my cupboard or I would be very sad as I waited for an Amazon order to arrive. These need to be in my life.

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  4. I love Biscoff! these look awesome. I don't have any spread on hand, only cookies, but next time I get the spread, will try these.

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  5. Wow, these sound delicious. I love biscoff spread, but haven't found a use better than just eating it off of the spoon...until now. :)

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  6. Thank you for posting this! I have 1 1/2 jars in my pantry just begging to be used in a yummy recipe (the other 1/2 jar was consumed by spoon). I love the stuff!

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  7. I LOVE the look of your new site! And these sound amazing!

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  8. I'm always amazed that Walgreen's here in Fort Worth has Biscoff cookies. It makes me feel like I'm in a gigantic airliner that masquerades as a store.

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  9. I love the shot of the brn sugar in the bowl! Cookies look great too.

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  10. Love Biscoff. We have a cookie competition at work and I think these would be great for it...I think biscoff would a different flavor to a lot of people for a sugar cookie.....I definitely have to try this.

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  11. A sandwich cookie is the best invention ever. Tow cookies, disguised as one.
    Biscoff is hard to find around here, which is probably for the best because the last jar I had, I ate with a spoon in 2 days...

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  12. Oh that looks so good, I wonder if they sell it in canada, worth a look.

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  13. Love this idea, Bridget!!

    Every time you mention Biscoff, I picture you wearing a cute flight attendant outfit and serving Harry Connick Jr.

    The end.

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  14. oh Bridget, we've all gone biscoff crazy, haven't we! I just posted a recipe for the crunchy version. But yours are way easier! Now I want a cookie.

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  15. Oh my heavens Bridget.......I'm in love!!

    These are going on my MUST MAKE list immediately!

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  16. Busting out the Biscoff Spread right now! YUM!

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  17. Biscoff crazy is right! I just tried making the cookies yesterday with a recipe I found that doesn't use the spread but I know it would give them just a touch more of that addictive flavor. I like peanut butter cookies OK, Nutella I could take or leave...but these? Perfect.

    I'm absolutely going to use the spread to sandwich them, if I don't finish off the jar first with simply a spoon!

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  18. Officially dying over here! Love my biscoff, so I will absolutely be trying these beauties :) xoxo

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  19. I have seen recipes to make Biscoff cookies before but I love how you take the spread - already made out of the cookies - and put it in these! And of course sandwich more in between them.

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  20. These look fantastic! I am going to order some Biscoff products today, since I can't seem to find any around here. Sandwich cookies are my favorite:)

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  21. Love this! I had Biscoff cookies for the first time only a year ago (on a plane, of course), and fell in love!

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  22. ...Ooo, YUM! I've never had one of these nor' have I ever heard of them but they look and sound simply delicious!

    ...Thank you for sharing! :o)

    ...Blessings

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  23. These look and sound delicious Bridget and your photographs of them are wonderful. Especially love the very first shot in your post.

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  24. wow they look great! even better as a cookie sandwich :) thanks bridget!

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  25. Spooning the spread straight into my mouth is my usual mojo, but I think I could totally get into these cookies. YUM, B!

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  26. I've never had Biscoff spread, but this looks DELICIOUS! You brought the airlines to the home :)

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  27. Looks supremely delicious. The photographs are awesome now if only I could try them.

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  28. Still trying to find some of this spread near me! I love it sooo much.

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  29. no one carries the spread or cookies here, but my mom brought some of both when they visited a couple months ago. loved the spread on bagels or in oatmeal.

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  30. Oh how delicious do these look! On my 'to try' list for sure. Thanks Bridget, for another amazing post!

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  31. 1) you're a genius.
    2) I've been wanting Biscoff spread ever since your post about it months ago, and just this week they finally had it at my local store!! I was so excited. I ate a few spoonfuls right out of the jar as soon as I got home.
    3) I wanted to do something special with it and this is a great idea!!

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  32. You are wise beyond your years. I am completely smitten with these.

    And you! ;)

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  33. Okay, dangerous. I always thought those Biscoff cookies were way too small, now I can make giant ones and enjoy without having to buckle up.

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  34. These look so good... I need to get my hands on some Biscoff spread!

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  35. Excuse me while I pass~out over the yuMMiness of these cookies!
    I think I'll make these to pass out after yoga class on Thanksgiving morning~
    What do you think?
    I can just taste these!
    xo

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  36. What delicious little cookies! They look so good.

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  37. Oh my gosh!! I am SOOO happy I stumbled across this recipe of yours... I recently found biscoff at the store (for the first time ever!) and not surprisingly my guy is OBSESSED with it. He has these grand visions of me making biscoff cookies, cakes, doughnuts, everything really. Well, thanks to you I'm one step closer to that! Can't wait to make these for him, thanks so muuch!

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  38. MMMMMMMM these look delicious! Please send some to Dallas as i'll be there the first week in December ;)

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  40. YUM! I love Biscoff so much!! These look amazing!!

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  41. 1st off: speculoos is a generic brand of biscoff!! So, i started ordering speculsoos online (which is obviously expensive especially when u add the shipping fees) and then today i found out that both the grocery stores down the street from my house have been selling biscoff spread for quite a while now. I'm just so freakn oblivious and never realized it. so make sure u give your peanut butter isle a good hard look before deciding to order biscoff spread or speculoos online. BTW: its walmart and harmons that cary it by where i live!! walmart has both the crunchy and the creamy biscoff spread and harmons carries only the creamy. and then trader joes has the speculoos (but utah doesn't have a trader joes yet.)

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