Biscoff Cupcakes

If you read food blogs I’m sure you’ve heard of Biscoff.

Surprisingly it still isn’t’ a household name…yet!

I’ve mentioned it to many people who have entered into my kitchen and they had no idea what I was talking about.

I then proceed to get a spoon and a jar of biscoff and let them taste the deliciousness for themselves.

So far everyone LOVES it.

I’ve made Biscoff Scones and if I don’t devour every jar of Biscoff by the spoonful I will be making more items with it.

Now back to the Biscoff Cupcakes:

These are super easy and REALLY DELICIOUS!


5.0 from 2 reviews
Biscoff Cupcakes
 
Ingredients
  • 1 box french vanilla cake mix (plus ingredients on package to prepare)
  • ⅓ cup Biscoff Creamy Spread
  • Biscoff Cookies (crushed)
Instructions
  1. Prepare cupcake batter according to package directions plus add the Biscoff spread to the mixture.
  2. Bake according to directions.
  3. Frosting
  4. I added ¼ cup Biscoff Creamy Spread to 4 cups Italian Buttercream Frosting.
  5. Then gently roll the frosted cupcakes into the crushed Biscoff Cookies.

 

See that jar of Biscoff, it’s almost empty. I better RUN out and get some more.

I’ve heard Trader Joe’s has a version of this speculoos cookie spread if there is one of their stores near you.

I just love the flavor of Biscoff Cookies and Biscoff Spread.

 

 

 

 

 

Biscoff Scones 

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Comments

  1. 6

    says

    I’ve never had the real deal, but I have had the Trader Joe’s speculoos candy bar–they sell it at the checkout, so I always end up throwing it in my cart because I’m a sucker for impulse candy buys. :) I’m really going to have to find Biscoff one of these days!

  2. 11

    Lisa says

    We have been bringing Biscoff cookies home from our travels to Ireland, England, and Scotland for years. All the B&B’s include them with the tea set up in guest rooms. I describe them to my friends as graham crackers on steroids!
    I was so happy when I began seeing them in the grocery store in the US.
    I am amazed at how much sugar is in the spread is, because the cookies aren’t overly sweet. So far, I’m sticking with a couple of the cookies with my tea ( so I can button my pants), but these look tempting!

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