It’s finally here in the USA! Known internationally as speculoos, this delicious spread has finally made its way to North America, and it could quickly become your new favorite treat!
What is Biscoff Spread? Imagine a spread that has the same look and texture as creamy peanut butter, but is made with crushed Biscoff brand cookies, which have a taste like gingerbread with a hint of cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and nutmeg to create the most amazing vegan product we’ve tried in ages. Words don’t do justice to Biscoff Spread – you simply need to try it to know how amazing it can be! Perfect on toast, bagels, fruit, desserts and oatmeal, but you may be like us and find yourself eating it straight from the jar before you know it. Few things tempt us the way Biscoff does - we were hooked from the first taste! 13.4 oz. (380g) jar is $5.99 per jar.
Ingredients: Biscoff 65% (wheat flour, non-bone char sugar, vegetable oils [contains one or more of soybean, sunflower, canola or palm], soy flour, non-bone char brown sugar, leavening [sodium bicarbonate], salt, cinnamon), canola oil, non-bone char sugar, soy lecithin, citric acid
I'm sorry to say that I only bought one jar when I ordered it for the first time!!! Bad idea!!! I should have bought a few jars! So good!! I tried it on bananas and other foods. Goodness gracious! I was eating it out of the container at the end. lol. Definitely worth the price and then some!
I love the crunchy style Biscoff Spread it has a great cookie taste and it is not like your plan Jane peanut butter. It is good for those with peanut allergies. Once you taste it you can never put it down. So beware you may need to by more than one jar. It comes in creamy and crunchy styles. It will become your kids favorite over peanut butter.
I love this product for 2 reasons, I am allergic to peanuts second of all this is a great replace for peanut butter. People who are allergic to peanuts can have a sandwich just the other kids that look like peanut butter but is more of a cookie spread. Your kids will this more than peanut butter itself.