Oh. Em. Gee. As if Biscoff weren’t enough on it’s own, these Biscoff stuffed cookies just take it to a whole new level! Wonderful, chewy cookies… beautiful melty middles of Biscoff spread… and don’t they just look amazing too?!
I don’t know about you, but I ALWAYS eat first with my eyes. If my food doesn’t look good, I’m not as keen to try it.
I know I know, I can hear you all now: “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover, Andrea!” Well, I am because I like pretty, so there!! 😘
A little while ago I tried stuffing cookies with Nutella. However, this was before I discovered my perfect cookie recipe. It was delicious, don’t get me wrong! But the cookie was too firm and it was only redeemed by the nutella in the middle.
So when brainstorming new ways of adding Biscoff in a different way into a cookie, I remembered that experience and knew I had to try it with my new love! (Don’t worry, Nutella, I still love you too! ❤️)
The problem that I found with Biscoff, unlike my experience with Nutella, is that it actually defrosts much quicker! The very first time I tried this recipe out, I ended up with a finger licking good but rather messy problem, because the Biscoff spread and cookie dough just marbled together!
Take two was me learning my lesson. I left the Biscoff spread in the freezer for more than the hour I had first time around. In fact, I left it for 3! This time, the nuggets of Biscoff were more frozen, but still thawed very quickly, so pulling the whole tray out resulted in the first cookies being wonderfully rolled together and the last few another batch of marbled mess!
Third time lucky, so they say! I did it all the same: freezing my Biscoff 4 hours this time. But then, I never took my Biscoff tray out of the freezer. Instead, I would just get a nugget out as I needed it to stuff my cookie, and then returning the stuffed cookie ball into the freezer immediately.
And it worked! The Biscoff stayed unmelted long enough for me to get all the cookies done, and when I baked them, they were beautiful and chewy and gooey in the middle.
A few times to get it right, and a bit of patience needed to make for sure. But these Biscoff stuffed cookies are TOTALLY worth the effort and the wait!
So if you’ve enjoyed my Biscoff cookies, my Biscoff fudge or even my Biscoff brownies, and are looking for another decadent way of making use of this amazing spread, here is your answer: Biscoff stuffed cookies!
Happy baking, friends!