Friday, November 16, 2012

Cookie Butter

Can you believe it's less than a week until Thanksgiving?

Where has this year gone? Wasn't it just April?

I'm really trying not to think about the fast approaching holidays because I still have so much to do... I haven't gotten a single Christmas present yet. Pure Awesome...

It's OK, this butter makes up for not being Holiday ready. It literally TASTES like the Holidays, all bottled... urm... jarred up!

It whips up really fast too so this is the perfect last minute holiday gift or dessert. Serve with cookies, apples, crackers or on little toasts. People will love it... Trust me!

For the butter:
(slightly adapted from Betty Crocker)

2 (8.8 oz) packages of Biscoff Cookies
2 Tablespoons light brown sugar
1 1/2 Tablespoons cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground nutmeg
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 Tablespoon molasses
2 Tablespoons vegetable oil
1/2-1 cup water

  • In your food processor, pulse the cookies into fine crumbs. Turn off the processor and add in the cinnamon, brown sugar, ground nutmeg and vanilla. Process until combined.
  • With the food processor running, through the spout, stream in the molasses and oil. Allow to mix and the crumbs dampen.
  • Continue running the food processor and slowly stream in the water, you will need anywhere from the amount  listed. You are looking for the consistency of peanut butter.
  • Pour cookie butter into airtight container and place in the fridge. It will thicken a bit.



  1. Thanks...I love the idea of making this at home and giving as gifts. Mostly because when I buy it, I "forget" to tell the rest of the family and eat it myself...which is not good!
    Megan from

  2. I've been searching for a recipe for this stuff for ages! Thank you so much for sharing! Pinning :)

  3. I had a question for ya. I've tried a few times to subscribe to the newsletter so I don't miss any of your fantastic posts, but it says that your newsletter is not enabled =( Makes me quite sad.

    1. Hi Debbie! I apologize! ive heard this a couple of times and am in the works of figuring out the issue! Thanks for stopping by and don't stop trying :)

  4. Yummm! This looks delicious! I am a new follower after finding you through a linky party. I hope that you will stop by my site if you get a chance.

  5. Oh wow...What a great idea! I am looking forward to trying this, and I will pin it now so I can find it later. I am really enjoying a number of your recipes and wondered if you would be interested in doing a recipe exchange with me. Please email me for more information. -Savannah

  6. Cookie butter is the BEST THING EVERRRRRRR.

  7. This sounds amazing, I'm going to have to try it! I'm hosting a craft/recipe party and would love for you to submit this! :)


  8. I just love a jar of cookie butter all to myself! This sounds amazing!!!

  9. Oh my - oh my - oh my! Saw this over at Trick or Treat Tuesday and I am dying! YUM!~ New follower here too-anyone who makes cookie butter must be awesome!

  10. Ohhh, can't wait to try this one! I tried another online recipe for cookie butter that turned out to be an oily, greasy mess...ewwwww. This sounds far better. :0) And if the photo tells all, it looks far better too. Thanks for sharing!

  11. This sounds delicious and looks amazing too! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity at Mom On Timeout. Hope to see you back tonight!

  12. Veronica,
    I LOVE cookie butter! I can't wait to make my own and not have to hunt it down in the stores :) Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful rest of the week :)

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