How do cookies become a spread? Straight from Belgium, Lotus Bakeries ultra popular Biscoff cookies and Biscoff spread are now sold at over 2000 Walmart stores in the US.
I’m no food scientist so I’m not exactly sure these cookies become a spread, but somehow these Biscoff cookies are crushed and made into a Peanut Butter like substance that is 100% FREE of all NUTS and is even Vegan too. We thought our samples of Biscoff cookies and Biscoff Spread tasteed DELICIOUS and it seems people all over the world are obsessed with Biscoff.
The cookies and spread have an unusual taste that is delicious. I describe it as a combination of carmel and coffee. Here’s our video review of the new products now sold at Walmart. You’ll see my kids DEVOURING it all and Kyle prefers to just put his finger straight into the jar to scoop our the yummy Biscoff spread.
Our favorite new way to eat Biscoff spread is on Raisin toast – a staple in our home. Other people really enjoy putting it on Bagels or Toast. I profess that I don’t think this is the most healthy item given it’s made from cookies, so I won’t be serving up Biscoff & Jelly spread sandwiches daily, but I do think that it’s super yummy for a treat and delicacy.
I especially like getting my kids to try to flavors to expand their palate so Biscoff fits this goal of mine perfectly.
The ingredients are all natural too so that’s something to feel good about as well. I’ve also been trying to limit the amount of sugar my kids and all of us eat – I noticed this only has only 5 grams per tablespoon which is actually not that bad for a very sweet treat.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. As a member of the Walmart Moms, Walmart has provided me with compensation for my time and free samples to facilitate this review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.