If you’ve never had the immense pleasure of tasting cookie butter, you are seriously missing out. The spread—which is commonly found in countries like Belgium, France and the Netherlands—is made primarily from ground speculoos cookies, a Belgian treat that’s sort of like an extra buttery, caramelized, mildly spiced gingerbread cookie. The O.G. brand, Biscoff, makes treats that are not only great to snack on, but they’re also a killer add-in for cookies, cakes, pies and beyond, both in butter and cookie forms. Read on for 32 Biscoff cookie and cookie butter recipes that you’re guaranteed to fall for, from cookie butter-swirled banana bread to brown butter Biscoff crispy rice treats.

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1. Brown Butter Biscoff Snickerdoodles

  • Time Commitment: 55 minutes
  • Why We Love It: kid-friendly, crowd-pleaser, special occasion-worthy
Not only is cookie butter worked into the dough, but each cookie is also stuffed with the heavenly spread.

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2. Cookie Butter-Swirled Banana Bread

  • Time Commitment: 1 hour and 25 minutes
  • Why We Love It: kid-friendly, beginner-friendly
Extra ripe bananas and a generous scoop of sour cream make this breakfast stunner beyond moist.

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3. Biscoff Pie

  • Time Commitment: 20 minutes
  • Why We Love It: no bake, crowd-pleaser, special occasion-worthy, kid-friendly
Oh, hi, butter-Biscoff crust. Did we mention there’s also cookie butter in the cream cheese filling, along with sweetened condensed milk?

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4. Soft-Batch Cookie Butter Brown Sugar Cookies

  • Time Commitment: 3 hours and 20 minutes
  • Why We Love It: <10 ingredients, beginner-friendly
Think chewy snickerdoodles crossed with gingersnaps. We wouldn’t blame you for adding nuts or chocolate chips to the mix.

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5. Pumpkin Swirl Cheesecake Bars

  • Time Commitment: 1 hour and 35 minutes
  • Why We Love It: special occasion-worthy
Cookie butter’s spiced profile lends itself beautifully to fall flavors like pumpkin. Here, Biscoff cookies are worked into the brown sugar crust.

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6. Spiced Rum Raisin Caramel Icebox Cake

  • Time Commitment: 25 minutes (plus chilling time)
  • Why We Love It: no bake, beginner-friendly
Store-bought caramel, instant vanilla pudding and Biscoff cookies make this dessert a breeze to assemble.

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7. Cookie Butter Chocolate Babka

  • Time Commitment: 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • Why We Love It: special occasion-worthy, crowd-pleaser
Yup, chocolate cookie butter is a thing—and it’s just as divine as it sounds.

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8. Cookie Butter Spread Ginger Molasses Cookies

  • Time Commitment: 30 minutes
  • Why We Love It: no bake, beginner-friendly
There are endless ways to riff on these goodies. Mix cocoa into the dough, sprinkle in candied ginger pieces or drive the Biscoff flavor home by adding molasses.

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9. Pumpkin Spice Puppy Chow

  • Time Commitment: 10 minutes
  • Why We Love It: <30 minutes, <10 ingredients, crowd-pleaser, kid-friendly
A few pantry staples turn basic corn cereal into a next-level treat. Use the microwave to melt the white chocolate instead of a double boiler to save time.

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10. Biscoff Caramel Cookie Bars

  • Time Commitment: 1 hour and 10 minutes
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, kid-friendly
These decadent handhelds have a gooey surprise inside: a thick layer of salted caramel sauce.

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11. Caramel Bourbon Milkshake with Cookie Butter

  • Time Commitment: 10 minutes
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, no cook, <10 ingredients, <30 minutes
Because bourbon is the only thing that could make the combination of vanilla ice cream, caramel and cookie butter more epic.

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12. Biscoff Marshmallow Chocolate Bars

  • Time Commitment: 10 minutes (plus chilling time)
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, <10 ingredients, kid-friendly
Biscoff spread is melted down and mixed with the chocolate, while crumbled cookies offer crunch to the bars.

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13. Biscoff White Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

  • Time Commitment: 30 minutes
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly
Creamy, decadent white chocolate is just the foil for wholesome oats and spiced cookie butter.

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14. Biscoff Ice Cream

  • Time Commitment: 35 minutes
  • Why We Love It: <10 ingredients, no cook
Cookie butter serves as the mind-blowing base for this six-ingredient scoop—the rest is all pantry staples.

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15. Cookie Butter Swirled Brownies

  • Time Commitment: 1 hour
  • Why We Love It: kid-friendly, beginner-friendly

In case you’re feeling lazy, you can totally use boxed brownie mix instead of making them from scratch. The real star is the cookie butter anyway.

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16. Deep Dish Biscoff Oatmeal Toffee Cookies

  • Time Commitment: 35 minutes
  • Why We Love It: crowd-pleaser, special occasion-worthy
If you don’t drench these little guys in hot caramel sauce before digging in, you’re doing it wrong.

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17. Crunchy Peanut Butter Pie Pops

  • Time Commitment: 35 minutes
  • Why We Love It: crowd-pleaser, kid-friendly, <10 ingredients
A whole Biscoff cookie is tucked away in the center of each pop, surrounded by tangy cream cheese-peanut butter filling.

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18. No-Bake Biscoff Granola Bars

  • Time Commitment: 15 minutes (plus chilling time)
  • Why We Love It: kid-friendly, beginner-friendly, no bake
Even though they keep for up to a week if refrigerated in an airtight container, they taste most delicious at room temperature.

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19. Biscoff Blossoms

  • Time Commitment: 25 minutes
  • Why We Love It: <30 minutes, kid-friendly, beginner-friendly
Cookie butter is beaten into the dough, but we just might smear some more on the cookies before crowning them with Hershey’s Kisses.

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20. Cookie Cheesecake Swirl Bars

  • Time Commitment: 4 hours and 45 minutes
  • Why We Love It: kid-friendly, special occasion-worthy
The bars look so fancy that your guests will have no idea that the crust starts with store-bought sugar cookie dough.

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21. Biscoff White Chocolate Blondies

  • Time Commitment: 3 hours and 50 minutes
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, kid-friendly
Chopped walnuts, pecans or even sugared pralines would take these already-heavenly bars to the next level.

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22. Biscoff Pretzel Bites with White Chocolate

  • Time Commitment: 3 hours and 50 minutes
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, crowd-pleaser, kid-friendly
These couldn’t be any simpler to make, since the only “cooking” required is melting the white chocolate chips.

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23. Cookie Butter Brown Sugar Streusel Bars

  • Time Commitment: 35 minutes
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, kid-friendly
Like gingerbread, snickerdoodles and coffee cake had a delicious baby. Smooth cookie butter is worked into the bars, and more is melted for a final drizzle atop the streusel to boot.

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24. Cookie Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • Time Commitment: 25 minutes
  • Why We Love It: <30 minutes, beginner-friendly, kid-friendly, crowd-pleaser
A classic gets a much deserved (and delicious) makeover, courtesy of a heaping scoop of cookie butter.

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25. Cookie Butter Ice Cream

  • Time Commitment: 4 hours and 10 minutes
  • Why We Love It: special occasion-worthy, crowd-pleaser
Brown sugar, gingersnap cookie crumbles and rum elevate the sweet, spicy delicacy, big time.

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26. Brown Butter Biscoff Rice Krispie Treats

  • Time Commitment: 15 minutes (plus setting time)
  • Why We Love It: crowd-pleaser, kid-friendly, beginner-friendly, <10 ingredients
Buttery marshmallows + silky cookie butter + spiced Biscoff cookies + crispy rice cereal = your kids’ new favorite dessert.

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27. Chocolate Biscoff Whoopie Pies

  • Time Commitment: 30 minutes
  • Why We Love It: crowd-pleaser, kid-friendly, special occasion-worthy
In our book, tangy, salty cream cheese and sweet, warm-spiced cookie butter are absolute soulmates (and the whoopie pie filling proves it).

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28. Chocolate, Banana and Biscoff Graham Bars

  • Time Commitment: 1 hour and 15 minutes
  • Why We Love It: crowd-pleaser, kid-friendly, <10 ingredients
Don’t look now, but we’re enjoying one of these graham cracker crumb-laced delights for breakfast

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29. Biscoff Toffee Ice Cream Cake

  • Time Commitment: 30 minutes (plus chilling time)
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, kid-friendly, crowd-pleaser
Once you prepare the ridiculously easy Biscoff cookie crust, you’re more than halfway done.

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30. Cookie Butter Funfetti-Inspired Triple Chip Bars

  • Time Commitment: 45 minutes
  • Why We Love It: beginner-friendly, kid-friendly
Sweetened condensed milk and cookie butter are combined and poured over the bars to create a sticky, drool-worthy topping.

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31. No-Churn Biscoff Espresso Ice Cream

  • Time Commitment: 15 minutes (plus chilling time)
  • Why We Love It: <10 ingredients, no cook, special occasion-worthy
Kahlúa not only boosts the flavor of the espresso powder, but the alcohol in it also helps the ice cream turn out as smooth and silky as possible.

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32. Biscoff Cookie Popcorn with White Chocolate

  • Time Commitment: 20 minutes
  • Why We Love It: <30 minutes, <10 ingredients, kid-friendly
This sweet-and-salty masterpiece will transform movie nights at your place forever.

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