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Wednesday, November 9, 2011


I have never been a huge peanut butter cookie fan.   My mom made them a lot when I was growing up because they were my Dad's favorite.   I always begged her to let me have some of the raw cookie dough because to me, the raw dough was always better than the baked cookie.

Leave it to Pinterest and the newly discovered Biscoff Spread to change my mind...

These were the best peanut butter cookies ever...

Biscoff Peanut Butter Flourless Cookies
adapted from a recipe found here at The Kitchn

1/2 cup Biscoff Spread
1/2 cup peanut butter *
1 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon vanilla

white sugar for rolling

Preheat oven to 375 degrees° F.   Combine all ingredients except for white sugar in a bowl and mix well.  Roll the dough into balls and roll in the white sugar before placing on a parchment lined or silpat lined baking sheet.  Using a fork, flatten slightly in a criss-cross pattern.  Bake 10 minutes and cool on the baking sheet before removing.

So good.

Thanks so much for stopping by,


  1. These look so yummy! I love peanut butter cookies, but my fav is still oatmeal raisin...fragrant, gooey raisins all warm...mmmm...I might need to bake something today. Have a wonderful one! ~Vonnie

  2. Oh yeah, these are right up my alley! I have just enough spread left to try these with! I bet your house smelled wonderful while they were baking! Take care my friend!

  3. I just made a batch of peanut butter cookies the other night and almost pulled out the flourless recipe... looking at these, now I wish I had!!

  4. They look so good. I'd be making a jam sandwich with those!

  5. What a great idea! As you know I have a peanut butter cookie recipe, but I may just have to give this a try next time I make them! Big hugs!

  6. YUM! What a fun and delicious treat for adults and kids alike. I love cookies and cake that have no flour in them!

  7. Wow! Those look delicious. And without flour! Amazing. They look like real peanut butter cookies. :-)

  8. Biscoff really is obscenely addictive stuff. These must be insanely delicious!

  9. Maybe I have to rethink my peanut butter aversion and get spoiled!

  10. I have got to get some biscoff spread! These look unbelievable and totally naturally gluten free! Cannot beat that!

  11. exactly what is biscoff spread? what is in it? and how do i get you to send me some of those cookies?! : 0
    i would definitely eat a few of those or a dozen - with ice cold milk . . .
    love ya, g

  12. had to come back and ponder some more over this recipe. They look simply so delicious!!!!

  13. A cookie within a cookie. I discovered Biscoff earlier this year and have since realized it's too dangerous to keep on hand. Can't tell you how many times I've opened the pantry doors and grabbed that temptress. One spoonful is never enough. When this jar is gone that's it! I swear!!!

    PS ... use that sweet spread on your oatmeal. OMG!

  14. Biscoff is addictive...I bought it for my son, but constantly find myself getting spoonfuls of it and eating it straight from the jar!

  15. I've seen recipes for flourless peanut butter cookies, but never tried to make them myself. But these are gorgeous! And I adore peanut butter cookies. It looks like I've been missing all sorts of yummy treats around here while I've been busy! A cup of coffee, some cookies and sweet things, and a morning of chatting in the kitchen ... what a perfect time we'd have!


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