We’ve known for quite some time that you can buy two bottles of Biscoff Spread on Amazon for about $20 (if you have Amazon Prime). Our curiosity was piqued. We’ve seen it in Europe. There, it’s called Speculoos. But, we’ve never been motivated enough to shell out $20 bucks for the equivalent of cookie butter. So, when we found Biscoff Spread at the Buckhead Cost Plus World Market, we decided to buy a couple jars. It’s definitely tasty. It tastes just like Delta’s favorite cookie in a buttery suspension. (Though, butter is not an ingredient. They use an assortment of vegetable oils.) And, like the Biscoff ads, it’s yummy on a wedge of apple or as a butter substitute on a toasted bagel. Still, it is 88 calories per tablespoon. We’re not exactly sure what else to do with it. We’ll try it on a peanut butter sandwich, next. We’re sure it’ll be tasty… a very tasty calorie bomb.
We like it. But, what exactly do you do with cookie butter?
$4.99 a jar at World Market
(We found our two jars in Atlanta at the Buckhead location of Cost Plus World Market.)
(If you’re a fan of Speculoos or Biscoff Spread, there’s a crunchy version on Biscoff’s website.)