If you can’t guess by the photo… well, these cookies will make you smile. They’re oatmeal sandwich cookies with a double dose of Biscoff spread. In the cookie batter and in the buttercream. If you haven’t tried Biscoff spread before, think of the Biscoff cookies you get on Delta flights, but in a creamy, spoonable spread. So good!
I made this recipe from my blogging friend Maria Lichty’s new Two Peas & Their Pod Cookbook. And let me say, it’s a good one. Full of deliciousness for every occasion and in true Maria fashion, she has a chapter devoted to desserts and a second completely separate chapter devoted to cookies. I’m on board.
So let’s get into this recipe.
It all begins with oats, butter, sugar, brown sugar, egg, flour, cinnamon, salt, baking soda, vanilla and Biscoff spread.
Yes, a half cup of Biscoff, baby! The shining star of these cookies.
Whisk the dry ingredients together and set aside. Cream the butter, Biscoff and two sugars in a stand mixer. Then add the egg and vanilla. Mix the dry ingredients in until just combined and then if you feel like it stir in some white chocolate chips, too.
These aren’t in Maria’s original recipe, but I had some extra laying around so I decided to throw them in.
Scoop the dough onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet using a 1 1/2-inch scoop and bake away for about 10 minutes.
Let the cookies cool on a wire rack while you prepare the buttercream.
Biscoff again (YAY!), butter, confectioners’ sugar, vanilla and milk are all you need to make this buttercream to sandwich between two cookies.
You can spread on with a knife, but for a pretty plump and clean edge, pipe the buttercream on half the cookies and then sandwich them together with the other half. Gently press together and the buttercream will evenly spread to the edges.
Voila! They’re ready to go and waiting for you to sink your teeth into.
Biscoff Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies
Make the cookies
And if you like these cookies, sink your teeth into this big, beautiful cookbook, too.
Look at all of these scrumptious desserts. It’s just a tease of all the sweets and eats inside.
I’m a big Biscoff cookie fan so I think I would love these.
Biscoff is wonderful and these look like a great snack.
These cookies look amazing! I love Biscoff and oatmeal combined ?
Knowing me, I would use chocolate chips instead of white chocolate chips, but otherwise, these look great. :D