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Biscoff Spread 14.1oz (Pack of 2)

by Biscoff

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  • Europe's alternative to peanut butter
  • Made with original Lotus Biscoff Cookies (over 57%)
  • A sweet creamy spread that tastes just like Biscoff cookies
  • All natural ingredients, no preservatives, no artifical colors
  • It is vegan and contains no nuts
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Biscoff Spread 14.1oz (Pack of 2) + Biscoff Cookies, 8.8-Ounce (Pack of 5)
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Ingredients
Biscoff 57% (Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oils (contains one or more of soy bean oil, sunflower oil, palm oil), Brown Sugar, Leavening (sodium bicarbonate), Soy Flour, Salt, Spice (cinnamon)), Canola Oil, Sugar, Emulsifier (soy lecithin), Citric Acid.

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Product Description

Biscoff Spread is a sweet creamy spread made with Biscoff cookies (57%). Enjoy it just like a chocolate spread or peanut butter. It is made with all natural ingredients, contains no nuts and is vegan. Includes 2 jars of Biscoff Spread. Net wt. 28 oz., 2 jars. Allergy Warning:Packed in a facility where Tree Nut products are processed.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 4.8 inches ; 14.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004QKPCYE
  • UPC: 021788506959
  • Item model number: Creamy Spread
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,595 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

If you love the taste of Biscoff cookies, you'll love this wonderful spread!
J. J. Smith
Eating it on toast doesn't appeal to me but maybe with raisin bread it would be good.
Margaret Picky
It tastes exactly like the cookie with the same consistency as peanut butter.
DWE

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Melissa M. Campbell on April 14, 2012
I had to throw it away.....because I couldn't stop eating it! I tried the Trader joes cookie butter because a friend recommended it and then was told the biscoff spread was better. I thought "how is that possible?". But it is! This spread is heaven in a glass jar and unbelievable on an apple. But beware....it is completely Addicting. I threw it away in a garbage can far away from my home so I would stop eating it.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Keith E. Webb VINE VOICE on April 25, 2011
The Biscoff Spread is unbelievable! The spread is made up of 57% Biscoff cookies. It totally captures the flavor of the cookies yet in the creamy consistency of peanut butter - but of course it's not peanut butter. It's amazing on toast, as a frosting for chocolate cupcakes, and for dipping fruit. It's available in the USA (finally!).

In 2007, a Belgium reality show featured two inventors who created a spread (think Nuttella or peanut butter) out of Biscoff Cookies (they are called Speculoos in Europe). Lotus purchased one, patented it, and began producing the spread in 2008. Other companies followed. Lotus brought a lawsuit and lost the first round. There's nothing like cookie drama! I've tried 3 different brands, Lotus brand stands out as the most "cookie-like" and creamy.

In Europe? Look for Speculoos Crunchy Spread. This one has 66% Biscoff cookies in a courser consistency (think: crunchy peanut butter). Not available yet in the USA. Worth an airplane ticket to Belgium to buy!

Biscoff Spread, a fantastic turn toward the delicious!

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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ann M. Pino on August 14, 2011
OMG, I tasted this at a grocery store sampling table and nearly swooned. Not recommended for folks who want to stay skinny, but if you're just looking for something totally delish to nom on, you've found it. Once you realize how addictive it is, send me the leftovers, K?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca O'Connor on April 28, 2011
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If you like Biscoff cookies, you'll love this stuff. There are no words that can express how wonderfully delicious this stuff truly is. I had my doubts when I ordered it but my love for Biscoff cookies convinced me to at least try it. I am so glad I did.

It's smooth like creamy peanut butter and for those that haven't tasted the wonderfulness that is a Biscoff cookie, it's very hard to adequately describe it's flavor. Another reviewer said it was similar to a graham and I think another one thought it was closer to gingersnaps. I guess those the best american cracker/cookie comparisons, so for lack of better descriptions, imagine those two combined. For what it's worth, if you're like me, I don't really like gingersnaps and grahams are just ok but I think Biscoffs are heavenly. Just take the plunge and buy this spread, it's a great treat just out of the jar & an awesome "mystery flavor" for baked goods, everyone will ask you what your secret ingredient is!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Margaret Picky TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 15, 2012
I was lucky enough to discover Biscoff Spread (with smudged labels) at the 99 cents store and decided to give it a try since I am such a fan of the Biscoff brand of Belgian speculoos cookies that they have served for many years on Delta Air Lines. It's an odd concept, a spread made of cookies, but I'm glad that I didn't let that stop me from trying it.

The label says that this is a "European alternative to peanut butter." I completely disagree as it it only has the look and texture of peanut butter. It smells and tastes just like the Biscoff cookies, but sweeter, with a hint of caramelized sugar and cinnamon. It is much more like dulce de leche than peanut butter.

This spread is good with ice cream; on pancakes, scones, and apples; or just eaten from a spoon as a nice treat after a meal. A thin layer even salvaged the plain graham crackers I bought by mistake instead of the cinnamon honey variety. It would also be good on cupcakes, waffles, or popovers. Eating it on toast doesn't appeal to me but maybe with raisin bread it would be good. It really is tasty and hard to resist, especially with milk or coffee.

The basic recipe for Biscoff spread is speculoos cookies, canola oil, and sugar so it's not particularly healthy. Each tablespoon has 88 calories with 52 of them from fat. On the bright side, a tablespoon only has 33 mg of sodium.

Ingredients: Biscoff 57% (wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oils [one or more of soy bean oil, sunflower oil, canola oil, palm oil], soy flour, brown sugar, sodium bicarbonate, salt, cinnamon), canola oil, sugar, soy lecithin, citric acid.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Whalen on October 19, 2013
SERIOUSLY GUYS, IT'S MADE OUT OF COOKIES ALL OVER THE PLACE I GOT DIAMONDS ON MY NECK, CAN YOU SERIOUSLY BELIEVE WE USED TO USE PEANUT BUTTER
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Kilo Delta TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 24, 2012
Recently, I bought a jar of this after having dental surgery when I was limited to liquids and mush foods for 2 weeks. I had never tried Biscoff spread before but I wasn't disappointed. Lemme tell you, Biscoff Spread made the 2 weeks bearable, but I went through the jar in about 3 days, taking tiny amounts of it off a dull butter knife because I couldn't really open my mouth much. It doesn't have protein like peanut butter does so for me it won't be a pb replacement... for me, Biscoff is a dessert treat. A super fantastic treat. I'm going to buy these as stocking stuffers - If you like cookies and you like the consistency of peanut butter, this spread is very good.

Biscoff spread is amazingly tasty but it isn't health food, as I'm sure you've noticed if you've ever looked at the nutrition label. =) But everything in moderation, right? I'm one of those people who likes a bite of sweetness after a meal and this spread is a wonderful, rich treat.

*Update* I bought a 2nd jar locally the other day but this time it wasn't as thick and it was rather greasy feeling in my mouth, and it dissolved in a second so I didn't get to savor the flavor of it much. I realized that we were now keeping the house about 6* warmer than we were just a couple of weeks ago and this temperature change was enough to alter the consistency of the Biscoff spread... a 74*F house was too warm. I now keep the jar in the refrigerator (edit: I now keep the jar in the freezer, it's even better! and because I have to basically chip it out of the jar, it slows me down when eating it so I can't shovel spoonfuls of the stuff into my face), and found that I really like the spread when it's cold (I eat it straight off a spoon, I don't spread this on anything).
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