Biscoff Stuffed White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Wow, summer came to a screeching hault….my boys are back in school this week. It’s a bit bittersweet, I could have used another 4 weeks of summer with them, but at the same time I am thrilled to get back in the routine of things.

To celebrate school starting for us, I created a sinful stuffed cookie with my newest favorite ingredient right now….Biscoff Spread. I know I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, you’ve GOT to try this stuff. I am such a fan and I can’t even buy it at my grocery stores yet. I am positive that it’s just a matter of time, but I still have to order mine online. AND it’s worth every penny ๐Ÿ™‚

Hope you enjoy my latest cookie creation, have a beautiful day!

Your glorious cookie ingredients ๐Ÿ™‚

You know the drill, start by creaming your butter and sugars.

Add your eggs and vanilla.

Once mixed, add your dry ingredients.

Time to toss in your white chips. Feel free to go chocolate if you’d rather. I just kinda like the white chocolate with Biscoff ๐Ÿ™‚

Best darn cookie dough!

Use a nice big cookie scooper and place onto your baking sheet.

Use your thumb to press into each cookie.

Salivating.

This will be your stuffing ๐Ÿ™‚

 

Place a small scoop of Biscoff into center of each cookie.

Just like so ๐Ÿ™‚

Another fabulous scoop of cookie dough on top please.

Pick the cookies up and press gently. The Biscoff will not be completely enclosed. Yum!

This is what you’ll get when they come out of the oven!

Wait until you break them in half. Ooey gooey and delicious.

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Biscoff Stuffed White Chocolate Chip Cookies

2 sticks unsalted butter, softened

1 cup granulated sugar

1 cup packed light brown sugar

2 large eggs

1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract

4 cups all purpose flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon kosher salt

2 1/2 cups white chocolate chips

2 cups Biscoff Spread

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a large baking sheet with a silpat liner or parchment paper.

2. In a stand or electric mixer, beat butter and sugars until well combined. Add eggs and vanilla beating until well combined.

3. Place flour, baking soda and salt into a large mixing bowl. Stir to combine. Slowly add to wet ingredients along with white chips until just combined.

4. With a medium cookie scoop, scoop dough onto prepared baking sheet about 1 inch apart. With your thumb, press into each cookie making a little well for the Biscoff. Using a small cookie scoop, scoop about 1 tablespoon Biscoff into each pressed cookie. Place another scoop of cookie dough on top and press edges gently. Biscoff will not be completly enclosed and will be visible around edges. Bake for 12-15 minutes, until edges are just golden brown. Let cool for 10 minutes on baking sheet then transfer to a cooling rack to cool completely. Best served with a tall glass of milk.

Makes 24 large cookies

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Enjoy! Come back soon ๐Ÿ™‚

 

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71 Responses
  1. Jenny they look amazing! I recently make Snickers Bar stuffed chocolate chip cookies and I like to see just how much cookie vs. how much filling vs. the size of the “lid” that you put on is..so thanks for all these pics b/c I wish my cookies had been slightly puffier. Now I can see I just needed to use a lil more dough ๐Ÿ™‚

    I am a serious white chocolate AND biscoff fiend. I post so much about white chocolate…on my blog, on twitter, IG…I just love it!

    Amazing recipe and pics!

  2. Stacey

    I’m so glad to see this! I just bought some Biscoff yesterday and couldn’t wait to try to make something. The kids may have some warm cookies waiting for them when they get off the bus today!

  3. N.

    We bought a jar of this stuff a couple of weeks ago and just broke into it today – YUM! It was a little sweet though so I cut it with a bit of sun butter for my daughter’s sandwich. It’s a nice alternative for nut-allergic kids (I hope there’s no unlabeled allergen info on it…).

  4. Jenny, I’m definitely going to try this! I love biscoff spread…! Was bummed I couldn’t find it at World Market or Target so I guess I’ll have to order it online.

  5. I have been seeing Biscoff Spread EVERYWHERE in the blogging world! Do most large grocery stores carry it (i.e., Jewel, Dominick’s, Safeway) or is it more of a specialty store item? Those cookies look too good to pass up!

  6. I’m so happy I can get the Biscoff spread here. My problem is that it’s so tempting that I end up just eating it with a spoon! These look so good and like a must-try!!

  7. AnnMarie Johnson

    A quick search I found it’s:

    Biscoff Spread is a sweet creamy spread made with Biscoff cookies (57%). Enjoy it just like a chocolate spread or peanut butter. Allergy Warning:Wheat, Soy

    1. meredith

      Sasha–I am in Germany! I am able to get Speculoos made by Lotus! It is from Belgium I believe. I got it a Belgian Cheese Place 6.50 Euro (kind of pricey)! Here is their webiste–www.lotusbakeries.nl

      It is almost exactly the same thing!

      I made these cookies today! YUMMY!

      1. alexis

        Actually, there are some in CA, there just not super common. The ones in So cal (where I believe you live) are in Temecula, Pomona, moreno valley, Lancaster, and Fontana. I love winco!

  8. Man…I really need to get my hands on some of this Biscoff stuff! I keep seeing recipes for it everywhere!

    P.S. Love that sparkly nail polish ๐Ÿ˜€

  9. Jessica

    Your cookies look awesome! I baked these last night and mine came out a flat mess and the biscoff sank to the bottom! I don’t know what went wrong. HELP!

  10. Those look fantastic! I just checked on amazon and for everyone who is currently hunting for it, they have a 2-pack of Biscoff spread for $18.11 with free shipping for prime members…definitely going to try this!

  11. Carrie

    Bought Biscoff….tried a spoonful….hid it from the family! I’d like to make these cookies but that would mean sharing the Biscoff and I’m just not ready to do that ;p

  12. Kadie

    Jenny,

    Ha I really didn’t know there would be a huge difference in the pure vanilla compared to the imitation you can buy. Well I bought the same one from costco you have in all your pics, and I never really measure ingredients like that I usually eye ball it,cuz I never thought you could have too much vanilla ๐Ÿ™‚ but I was making cookie dough brownies using my new pure vanilla and it was so strong it almost made the cookie dough taste like fluoride! So when you bake do you usually cut back on the amount you use when using the pure?? Also I can smell so much alcohol smell when I open the lid, is that normal? I usually love the scent

    1. Hi Kadie,
      I add 1 Tablespoon of pure vanilla to all of my cookie recipes. I don’t really smell the alcohol in mine though. Hope you enjoy your real vanilla!!

  13. joan

    I baked these yesterday, and they were awesome! You are the Queen of the stuffed cookie! So many wonderful combinations. I used a combo of mini-white chips and chopped up white chocolate, because that is what I had on hand. I made them a bit smaller, and got about 30 cookies ( I probably would have gotten a few more if I hadn’t sampled so much of the dough). I sprinkled a little sea salt on the tops to cut the sweetness of the white chocolate. Next time I think I will try adding some pecans to the dough. Also, I didn’t use anywhere near 2 cups of the Biscoff spread. Really yummy! Thanks for the recipe.

  14. That just looks so wonderful! But I still haven’t had time to make the oreo cookie squares, after this weekend I will and this will be next on the list! Still love the blog!

  15. Karen

    I made these today with white chocolate – pb instead of biscoff and they are fantastic! My store was sold out of the biscoff spread unfortunately but I will try them again when I can get a jar.

  16. mickey

    Hi Jenny,
    Saw your comment. I always try to give credit where credit is due. I just didn’t remember where I saw these, I thought it was Cooks.com. I did add a link back to you.
    mickey

  17. Allison Ouzts

    I just bought my first jar of Biscoff…I haven’t even made the cookies and ran straight back to the grocery store to buy 3 more jars! I have eaten half the jar by myself with a spoon! My son asked me for his own personal jar! Can’t wait to make the cookies!

  18. Crystal

    These look fantastic!! I have to ask though- where did you get those cute mini milk glasses? I have been looking everywhere for them and I can’t seem to find the ones I want… and when I do- they are being sold online from Aus. or NZ.. humph! I have a party coming up and I would love to have the glasses.. any help would be appreciated!

  19. Karen N.

    I found the Biscoff Spread at my local Wal-Mart just a few days ago and it was less than $4. I had already called around and looked in so many stores for it – can you imagine my surprise when I found it right there next to the peanut butter in the WalMart! ๐Ÿ™‚

    P.S. The recipe says 2 Cups of Biscoff…I’m wondering if the whole jar equals 2 cups? Thanks!

  20. Rachel

    I know I’m hugely late on this, but I just discovered your blog and Biscoff! I really want to try this recipe (and the cupcakes, for sure!) but I’m wondering if you have any ideas on how to include the spread in the cookie dough? How much do you think I should use? I’d like to try Biscoff cookies!

  21. Melissa

    Hi there! I just found trader joes brand of biscoff spread in southern calif! Yay! It’s called speculoos cookie butter. I found it in their “new at tjs” section. $3.99

    Happy baking!!

  22. Debra

    I was really anxious to try recipe since I love the Biscof product. I don’t know if it was me, but the dough was really dry & two cups of the chips was overwhelming. After baking, the final product was hard & dry. Please help, I want to give these another chance, but what should I do to improve my final out come. Thank you.

  23. I made these with a blogger pal today and they are AMAZING! Making cookies with white flour is always a gamble in Germany because the flour is different. But these came out perfectly! For anyone else living in Germany, use half 550 and half 405 and you’ll get yourself some fat and chewy cookies. ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. I had to come back to say that I made them again with dried blueberries and instead of Biscoff, I used strawberry / blueberry jam in the middle. They were amazing. This base recipe is the best white chocolate cookie recipe I’ve ever used and I’m not going to bother with others from now on. I can’t wait to try a lemon or lime version. Or with strawberry jam!

  25. Thanks so much for sharing this! I’ve been seeking out more recipes so I can use all of the cookie butter I’ve been making at home–this is definitely next on my list.

  26. Jessica Skipper

    Hi am I hoping to make this recipe today. I see the recipe calls for 2 sticks of butter is that 2 – 1/2 cup sticks or 2-1/4 cup sticks thanks so much.

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