Let’s talk about go-to cookie recipes. It looks like I’ve found a new one. Peanut Butter Blossoms certainly might feature in my top 10 but that was until I baked these divine Biscoff Blossoms.
I adapted a recipe from Hershey’s: switching biscoff for peanut butter and using a dark chocolate Kiss to pair with it. Other than that, I recommend making no changes to the recipe. This is a classic cookie recipe and guaranteed mood enhancer.
A cinnamon-y and caramel-y rich but surprisingly light textured cookie, it is rolled in sugar and piled high with a dark chocolate Hershey’s kiss.
- ½ cup butter, softened
- ¾ cup creamy Biscoff spread
- ⅓ cup packed light brown sugar
- ⅓ cup sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 48 Hershey’s Kisses, unwrapped ( I used Dark Chocolate)
- Extra sugar, for rolling the cookie dough
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a cookie tray pan with parchment paper.
- In a medium bowl, combine flour, baking soda and salt. Set aside.
- In a large bowl, combine butter and biscoff spread until light and fluffy. Add in the brown sugar, and sugar. Beat together on medium high speed until light and creamy, about 3-4 minutes, scraping down the bowl as necessary.
- Add the egg and vanilla and mix until combined.
- Add the flour mixture and mix until just combined.
- Shape dough into 1-inch round balls. Roll each ball in sugar until it is coated completely. Place on the prepared cookie tray about 2 inches apart.
- Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until the cookie is lightly browned.
- Immediately after removing cookies from the oven, place a Hershey’s kiss in the center of each cookie, pressing it down gently. After a few minutes, transfer cookies to a wire rack to cool.
- Store the cookies in an air tight container.
So here’s the plan: I am going to share with you ten super delicious cookie recipes before Christmas. Come to think of it, why just stop there? I could do more… I will also share with you simple and elegant cookie packaging ideas, a tutorial on how to decorate sugar cookies, last minute gift treats and my favorite – cookies in a jar! (Plus my favorite and indulgent cookie recipes of course). Get that oven warmed already!
54 Responses to Biscoff Blossoms
I just said to my hubby, you know how you like peanut butter blossoms? How about Biscoff Blossoms? He just had the BIGGEST smile, and said YES!! So of course pinned, and ready to make these beauties:-) I love your pictures! Hugs, Terra
oooh, and I happen to have one more jar of Speculoos in my pantry… these WILL be happening!
Amazing! I’m sure this will become my go-to cookie recipe too!
These look amazing!! I want the whole tray, please!
Ooooh, I think you’ve just trumped the fabulous pb blossom! These look incredible!
Such fun and perfect little cookies!
I recently became really fond of Biscoff spread. These cookies sound like a real treat!
That first is so damn crazy.. its almost like you can put your hand right in and take one!! :)
I love blossom cookies and these look superb! :)
Yummy! I love how you lightended up the recipe! The cookies look wonderful!!!
I still haven’t found Biscoff Spread around here :( These are such a cute little cookie treat. Looking forward to your Christmas posts!
yumm-o ! I looked down and I have to say… damn delicious :)
Cinnamon-y, Caramel-y… yes and yes! Wish you were closer… or your oven. ;-)
My daughter just made similar to these the other day. I will forward your recipe to her as she loves baking. Thank you!
ooh, these sound wonderful! and i love that you used biscoff instead of the normal peanut butter – i bet that adds a wonderful flavor + dimension to these. yum!
Ooohh lovely!!! I love biscoff!!
I’ve read about Biscoff spread recently and am excited to see this recipe! I can’t wait to find a jar and try this!
Wow! These look terrific. Better than peanut butter? I need to get some of that spread and try these! Thanks so much.
I really need to try this biscoff everyone raves about! These cookies look divine!
Peanut butter blossoms are a favorite of mine and I think it’s just a fabulous idea to use biscoff!
What do I call this? Cute. Nah! UBER cute.
Mmmmm I so wish biscoff was readily available here :D
This is YUM!
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My heart missed a beat (or two) reading your post…. I LOVE, ADORE, CRAVE Biscoff, and I promise I’ll make these cookies this Fall….
they look amazing, and I can imagine the taste…. hummmmmm
Those look so beautiful! Classic, perfect for the Holidays :)
I still haven’t tried Biscoff, but these look fabulous! I’m gonna save this for my holiday baking.
LOVE these!!! YUM!
one more thing- I love these cookies and make these all the time. . yours look FABULOUS. Any way to prevent the cracking? I have no idea how to not have that happen, you?
I always have a couple of rules that I follow –
1. Don’t make them too big, because that causes them to spread too thin.
2. Keep the kisses ready and gently push them. Don’t let them sink in completely, that’s not necessary. I’ve noticed that when you push it in too much – the cookies crack.
3. Always roll in sugar.
Hope this helps :)
EEEEE! So excited!!
And I love the idea of making Biscoff blossoms instead of pb! Yumzilla!
I just love cookie baking for the holidays. This is a recipe I’m adding to my long list of what we want to bake here. Love the shots of them all lined up ready for me to take a few bites!
What a fun idea! I am in love with Biscoff, and have made raw Biscoff balls and even granola using the spread. The holidays will be the perfect excuse to make these cookies!
biscoff and granola?! Yummmm! :)
Those are some pretty cookies! Can you believe I have never tasted Biscoff?
Such a lovely twists on the classic! I love chocolate and biscoff spread together – such a wonderful combination. These look like PERFECT cookies. so round and plump. And the dark kisses are my favorite kind! :)
I must have it! This is so lovely and looks so amazing
How could anyone refuse a cookie described as cinnamon-y and caramel-y rich?!? I know I couldn’t! Then you go and roll them in sugar and top with chocolate! You’re killing me! If this is the first of your cookie series then I HAD better get the oven warmed up and put on some running shoes. :)
Yes yes yes, I am SO making these for Christmastime! So funny since I was just thinking about switching up the classic PB blossom and wondered if Biscoff would work.. and here’s your recipe! Looks beautiful and super tasty :)
The cookies looks great.
Ooooh, I love the biscoff twist!!
This looks so inviting! I could grab the entire tray!
Wow, those tasty blossoms look like they’re about to jump off the screen. Don’t I wish!!!
That evil temptress Bisoff is back..he’s relentless, lol. LOVE these cookies. I could eat a dozen myself, I think (who am I kidding, I’m sure) =)
These look gorgeous! I would love these instead of peanut butter blossoms. I’ll be making them soon.
I am so excited about Christmas cookies! And love the Biscoff in these :) With peanut butter, these are already my favorite cookies. I can only imagine with Biscoff!
How perfectly pretty Miss An. Believe it or not I have no clue what is biscoff is and never had it before, even though I see it pop here and there.:) Someone told me but I forgot. Senile me .lol
They look simply pretty!
These are so cute. I just want to nab all the kisses off the tops. Not gonna lie.
I would definitely have to have seconds, thirds, and fourths of these yummy cookies. They’re so pretty and made with basic ingredients. Sounds delicious.
So cute! Need to get me some biscoff.
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These will be made for Christmas cookies for sure. I cannot wait!
ahh, biscoff. i have such a love affair with it. add it to cookies and i’m completely incapable of saying no! these look great. :)
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