Aug
22
2011

White Chocolate Biscoff Blondies

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I know, what is it with me, white chocolate and Biscoff right?  I was totally thinking it too :)  Well, now I introduce you to Biscoff Spread if you haven’t seen it yet.  It is the same consistency as peanut butter but tastes a bit like a cinnamon graham cracker and gingersnap cookies.  It’s hard to explain until you experience it for yourself.  Just like I said last week with the cookies, be sure to check Biscoff’s website to see what grocery stores in your area has it available.  I had to order mine on Amazon, because my pesky grocery stores have not caught on yet.  Amanda also brought me a couple jars (thank you)!!

These blondies are next to perfect in my book.  Soft, chewy consistency like a brownie with the cinnamon-white chocolate flavors going on.  I am in love with it, in other words :)  Hope you enjoy!

Here’s your line up.  Once you have your Biscoff Spread, you probably have the rest of the ingredients on hand.

Start by melting your butter then adding the white chocolate chips until melted and smooth.

Add your flour and sugar to a mixing bowl.

Add your cinnamon, baking powder and salt.

Add more white chips and the melted chocolate.

Break out your jar of Biscoff Spread.  Dip your finger in for a taste :)

Add the Biscoff Spread to the bowl.

Add 2 beaten eggs and mix.

Here’s what your batter will look like.

Transfer dough to your prepared baking dish.

Spread it evenly and bake at 350 degrees F for 30-35 minutes.

Once cooled, cut into squares and enjoy!

White Chocolate Biscoff Blondies

1/4 cup (1/2 stick) unsalted butter

3/4 cup white chocolate chips

1 cup all purpose flour

1/2 cup granulated sugar

1/2 cup white chocolate chips

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

2 eggs

1/2 cup Biscoff Spread

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line an 8×8 inch baking dish with tin foil sprayed with non-stick cooking spray.

2. Place butter into a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 30-45 seconds until butter is melted and hot. Add 3/4 cup white chips and let sit for 1 minute. Stir until smooth, if needed place back in microwave for an additional 15-30 seconds to melt through.

3. Place flour, sugar, cinnamon, baking powder and salt into a large mixing bowl. Stir to combine. Stir in 1/2 cup white chips then add eggs and biscoff. Stir until well combined. Transfer to prepared baking dish, spreading evenly. Bake for 30-35 minutes, until cooked through. Let cool completely then cut into squares. Serve warm, room temperature or chilled.

Makes 12 servings

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  1. 1

    Jenny they look STELLAR!

    How could anything with Biscoff spread <— to die for!

    and white chocolate chips (and butter and sugar) NOT be totally amazing.

    I love bars/blondies and although I am a chocolate girl overall, when a white chocolate treat is done right it's like heaven on earth and these look like…heaven on earth :)

  2. 2

    Yummm! Note to self: get a dozen jars of Biscoff spread.

  3. 3

    I just want to eat that batter!!

  4. 4

    I’m with Jessica – give me that batter and a spoon! I love this recipe, Jenny – blondies are one of my favorites, I love them more than brownies!

  5. 5

    mmmmmm these look delicious, the BATTER looks delicious. I’ve never tried biscoff, but I think it might be time.

  6. 6
    Erin says:

    Soo glad I know where to get that spread in my town now! Love these.

  7. 7

    The Biscoff people must love you! I tried stuff recently and wasn’t too keen on it. Maybe it’s better in blondies??

  8. 8
    Maria says:

    I made a very similar recipe:) Great minds think alike. I can’t get enough Biscoff Spread!

  9. 9

    Step 1: find biscoff spread.
    Step 2: make these pronto.
    These look amazing.

  10. 10
    Jessica says:

    These look so good. And yet so simple! That’s the genius of your recipes!

  11. 11

    I’ll take the whole pan please. :)

  12. 12
    Karen Mackenzie says:

    I am now schooled in Biscoff Spread!! I have kids with dairy and peanut allergies and so I am thrilled to find something they can eat! Of course I will need 2 jars (one just for me!). Thanks!

  13. 13
    Patti says:

    I bought two packages of the cookies and one jar of spread from my local store. My spoon found its way into the jar immediately! I made your recipe for the cookies yesterday. They were fantastic straight out of the oven- I could hardly wait for them to cool off. Looks like next up are these blondies, if I can keep my spoon out of the spread long enough to make them!

  14. 14

    Oh my goodness! After reading your post last week about the cookies, I had to get some and try them. I live in SE PA near Harrisburg/Lancaster/York and I found them at Giant (for anyone in this area who needs to find them and try them). I haven’t tried your recipes, but plan to when it gets a little cooler and I feel like baking. The Biscoff cookies are hard to stop eating. Now I need to track down the spread. According to the site, Wegmans carries it and I live about 30 minutes from one. So I need to take a trip and get some. This blondie recipe has my mouth watering. :o)

  15. 15
    CookiePie says:

    Oooooo – Biscoff Spread… yummy!! LOVE the cookies, so I bet the spread is fab. Gorgeous blondies too!!

  16. 16
    Patti says:

    One more thought- have you tried melting any of the Spread? I wonder what it would do to the blondies to have a little of the Spread drizzled on top of them?

  17. 17
    Bev Weidner says:

    I just fell over. Like, out of my chair. I need these in my face hole, NOW.

  18. 18
    Carrie says:

    I just bought the Biscoff spread today and the second I tasted it I hid the jar from the rest of the family! Their site didn’t list any stores that carry it in my area (Pacific Northwest) but they had it at Top Foods with a tag that said “new product” so check your local stores even if they aren’t listed. It’s pricey but what a treat!

  19. 19
    Jessica says:

    I have to admit I am having dirty thoughts about that batter. ;-)

  20. 20
    Marla says:

    I have never tried Biscoff spread, but clearly I need to change that. These blondes look awesome. Great chatting today :)

  21. 21
    Cherai says:

    These looks so yummy! I am so sad that Biscoff is not carried in AZ. Please pass this along so we can get it here is Valley of the Sun. Can’t way till that cook book comes our of yours too!

  22. 22

    Ohmigoodness – a spread that tastes like biscoff cookies? Why did I now know about this? Those look delicious by the way :-)

  23. 23

    I can’t wait to try this recipe!! Thanks for posting!!

    Lynn

  24. 24
    Sarah Bauer says:

    I LOVE Biscoff spread! I made these brownie (using cinnamon chips instead of white – yum). Looking forward to more creations with Biscoff! That is, if I don’t eat it all straight out of the jar.

  25. 25
    Lisa says:

    I just purchased my first jar of Biscoff and upon coming home immediately cracked open the jar and dipped my spoon in. OMG! It truly tastes just like the cookies only it is smooth and creamy instead of crunchy.

    I don’t know if this was mentioned here but there is a $1.00 off coupon to print on the Biscoff website and there is no limit to the number you can print!

    I’m going to give your Biscoff Blondies a whirl tonight but I’m going to use some toffee chips instead of the chocolate chips as I don’t have any in my pantry right now.

  26. 26

    I’ve been searching high and low for Biscoff Spread since I first read about it on Bake @ 350, all to no avail. And now, in addition to her recipe, I have even more recipes from you to try, once I find the stuff. I can hardly wait, I ADORE Biscoff cookies! Thanks for more yummy ideas!

    • 26.1
      Jenny says:

      Hope you can get your hands on that Biscoff Darla!! I have to order mine online still. Am hoping my grocery stores will catch on and stock it!!

  27. 27
    Leanne says:

    They sell Biscoff spread at Cost Plus World Market. I just bought a jar today!

  28. 28
    Anne says:

    I received my Biscoff Spread order from Amazon the other day – it is so good! I actually enjoyed some with Wheat Thins last night for dinner. I am seriously going to make these blondies and your cookie recipe too. I can’t get enough of the stuff!

  29. 29
    Annie says:

    I just put a batch of these in the oven and I’m so excited to try them! I had a hard time keeping my spoon out of the batter :) My next plan for the Biscoff spread is to sub it in for the peanut butter in my favorite Oatmeal PB cookies

  30. 30
    Jenni says:

    Just tried the spread for the first time… I’m in love! Do you need to refrigerate it after opening?

    • 30.1
      Kelster says:

      I just saw on the Biscoff Cookies page that you do not need to refrigerate it. It should be kept between 63F and 73F.

  31. 31

    mmmm brownies, cant beat them haha,blonde ones are the best, what you reckon?:)

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  34. 34
    Julie says:

    I bought the spread as “Cookie Butter” from Trader Joes last week and have a batch of these in the oven right now. They smell fantastic and I love the spread!

  35. 35
    Carrie says:

    Just made these last night – delicious! I actually poured the entire rest of the bag of white chocolate chips into the batter :) Yummm

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  37. 37
    Rachel says:

    These look delicious. Have you ever tried it with Trader Joe’s cookie butter? I think its very similar to the spread you’re using.

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  40. 40
    Melissa says:

    Going to try the recipe in my cakepop maker but instead of putting in the ‘extra’ white chocolate chips, I’m going to dip them in white chocolate instead. We’ll see what happens!

  41. 41
    Melissa says:

    Worked great in my cakepop maker and just look and taste so great! Here is a pic:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mjparnell/8202163794/in/photostream

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  43. 43
    Vicci Nolan says:

    I just baked these and they turned out great! Sweet and Biscoffy. I added walnuts to half a batch. Yumm! Thank you for this great Biscoff recipe.

  44. 44
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  45. 45
    Pantina says:

    I am so in love…..this spread is like heaven!!! I am trying these blondies with chocolate chips and pecans tonight. We will taste how they come out. Thanks for the recipe!

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