Speculoos aka Biscoff aka Delta cookies

tae082tae082 Registered Users Posts: 537
My god these are the most amazing cookies I have ever eaten. I am sooo freakin obsessed with these cookies! Once you have them you have to try the paste. It is like peanut butter but it is cookies. Pure evil I tell you. I have a recipe in my Bouchon Bakery book and from Seriouseats.com that I need to try out so I can make them whenever I want. :hello1:

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  • jeepcurlygurljeepcurlygurl Registered Users, Curl Ambassador Posts: 20,730 Curl Virtuoso
    Biscoff are my favorite non-homemade cookie of all time. My sweet boyfriend just brought me a package of them and I made him take them home unopened (I'm in the middle of a fitness challenge and eating a whole package of cookies would not be good).
    I make a Swedish spice cookie that is similar in taste and texture. Mmm.
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  • apatt4975apatt4975 Registered Users Posts: 142
    I love these cookies!!! Omg I never never ever never get tired of these. They are so cheap too. Have you tried the bid off spread?

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