My favorite part of taking a business trip is the small chance that I might be on a flight that offers Biscoff cookies. What are Biscoff's? Only the most delicious little, melt-in-your-mouth biscuits. They remind me of my grandma's Danish pebernødder (also called "pfeffernuesse" or "peppernuts") cookies; they are a very mildly spiced, dark brown cookie that signify the holidays. Biscoff's are a yummier version of this type of cookie, originating in Germany. They really take me back to my childhood!
Since I rarely get to eat these cookies, you can imagine how excited I was when Walmart came to me to have me try Biscoff Spread. Made by the same company that makes the cookies (Lotus Bakeries), this is a topping similar in appearance to peanut butter, but made from the actual Biscoff cookies! It comes in 2 varieties: smooth and crunchy. The crunchy variety has small pieces of the cookie ground up in it (and, surprisingly, they stay crunchy in the spread.)
This is by far the most addictive and wonderful product I've had in ages. Before I even received my samples to review, I had purchased two jars just by seeing them on the shelf and needing to try them. I have consumed the jars sent to me to review, AND have purchased additional. This is going to be a staple at my home.
My husband loves it as much as I do. In fact, we have a special snack we make at night after the kids go to bed. It consists of:
Thinly sliced apples:
And, of course, Biscoff Crunchy Spread!
We make a sandwich of it, and it is crispy, crunchy, creamy, and perfect for having with a cup of tea!
If you haven't tried the Biscoff Spread yet, but know that you love Biscoff cookies, this is a no-brainer to add to your shopping list. If you are new to Biscoff, you'll like this if you have even a smallest affection toward sweeter gingerbread or any spiced biscuits.
You can find Biscoff Spread at your local Walmart retailer. Look for in-store demos May 10-13th!