Aug 10 2015
The yummy speculoos spead comes by many different names - cookie butter, biscoff spread, a sinful snack. Originated in Belgium, speculoos is essentially a spiced biscuit and is made popular when it has hit the shelves in the form of a spread. Besides spreading it on bread or toast, or simply straight out of the jar, speculoos butter can also be a fun and creative ingredient to use in your baking.
We have searched the internet for some delicious sounding and sinful recipes that involve this irresistible and seductive cookie butter spread. Join us on this journey to binge on them speculoos!
1. Mug Cake
Simply throw all the ingredients in a mug, put it in a microwave and wait. Could it get any easier? We'll let the video speak for itself.
Video Credit: Buzzfeed Food
Photo & Recipe Credit: Savory Simple
For those who are lacking ovens at home, here's a no-bake cheesecake recipe you can use.
Photo & Recipe Credit: Sherbakes
Brownies are a classic and versatile bake - cream cheese goes well with it, sea salt caramel goes well with it. Of course speculoos goes well with brownies too!
Photo & Recipe Credit: Scarlett Scotch Droppers
Blondies are the lesser known sibling of brownies, if you don't really like chocolate, this is the perfect alternative.
Photo & Recipe Credit: Sally's Baking Addiction
Making cookies with cookie biscuit butter sounds pretty ridiculous yet undeniably yummy at the same time. You got to try this.
Photo & Recipe Credit: Kevin & Amanda
If you are up for a challenge, take a look at this recipe! Macarons are difficult to bake, but they are certainly rewarding.
Photo & Recipe Credit: Picky Palate
We've saved the best for the last. This monster of a cake combines the two magical flavours of dark chocolate and speculoos and tops the difficulty level in our list of recipes!
Photo & Recipe Credit: The Cake Merchant