Cheesecake Bars


I was in the mood for something cold and lip-smackingly sweet. Something I could sink my teeth into. Something to maintain my weight. So I made this treat with a few of my favorite things.


Chocolate. (Hello there my friend)

and these cookies.


If you ever fly Delta, then you’ve probably had them before. They’re one of the snack options. I always get excited when the cart comes down the aisle. Time for cookies. They’re so good, I’ve started buying them if I travel other airlines because it feels wrong to fly without them.


They’re a crunchy, no-frills, sans chocolate type of cookie. Actually, I’m surprised I like them so much. But I do. Oh I do.

So I thought they would be great to use for the cheesecake crust.


Throw the cookies into a food processor and chop them up into beautiful golden brown cookie powder.


About 1 1/2 cups worth.


Then add 3 tablespoons of brown sugar.

Don’t you love how packed brown sugar looks? Even in the size of a tablespoon. Wouldn’t it be fun to have buckets of it and make brown sugar sand castles? One can only dream.


To make the crust, mix the cookie crumbs and brown sugar together. Add 6 tablespoons melted butter and combine. Place the mixture in a 13 X 9 pan and press firmly into the bottom.


Mix up the cheescake ingredients and pour it on the crust.

Oh yeah!

Then bake it at 325 degrees for about 45 minutes.

And let it cool.

And try not to eat it.

And try not to eat it.


Then whip up some chocolate ganache to pour on top.

Oh yeah.

Spread the chocolate evenly on top of the cheesecake and then refrigerate overnight.


Cut into cute little cheesecake bars…

Or if you save a few of the cookies, you can sprinkle them on top of the chocolate before you refrigerate.


P.S. … I didn’t make two pans of these cheesecake bars. That would be criminal. I just did half with and half without cookies on top.


Chocolate Biscoff Cheesecake Bars
Yield: about 30 bars

Chocolate Biscoff Cheesecake Bars



  • 1-1/2 cups crushed Biscoff Cookies (about 27 cookies)*
  • 3 Tablespoons packed brown sugar
  • 6 Tablespoons melted butter


  • 3 (8 oz.) packages cream cheese, softened
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 8 oz. sour cream
  • 1 Tablespoon vanilla

Chocolate Ganache

  • 8 oz. heavy whipping cream
  • 2 oz. butter
  • 8 oz semi-sweet chocolate
  • 1/4 cup confectioners' sugar


  1. Crust: Mix cookies and sugar together. Add melted butter and stir until combined.
    Press mixture into a 13 X 9 pan.
  2. Cheesecake: Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
  3. Cream the sugar, cream cheese, and flour with an electric mixer on medium until light and fluffy.
  4. On medium low, add eggs one at a time, mixing well with each addition.
  5. Add sour cream and vanilla and mix until just combined.
  6. Pour on prepared crust and bake for about 45 minutes. Remove and cool. Prepare ganache.
  7. Ganache: Heat cream and butter on stove until just before boiling.
  8. Remove from stove and pour over chocolate. Stir until completely combined.
  9. Add confectioners' sugar and beat with a wire whisk until combined and smooth.
  10. Pour over cooled cheesecake. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Cut into bars and serve.


* Use the remaining cookies from the package to crumble and sprinkle over the chocolate ganache before refrigerating.


Enjoy sinking your teeth in!

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442 comments on “Cheesecake Bars”

  1. Wow…… i likeeeeeeeee it

  2. I am not a big fan of cheesecake but I could eat a whole tray of that.

  3. O-M-G how yummy!!! pregnant + bakerella = cravings & LBS.
    haha =)

  4. Biscoffs are my favorite! i can eat a whole package by myself (did i just say that out loud?). I was actually thinking that biscoffs would make a great key lime pie (or bars) crust…delish!

  5. What I would like is a recipe for those every so yummy cookies : )

  6. I adore these cookies!!! When I worked at Kroger, thats all I would eat! Now every time I go into Kroger or Publix, I MUST buy a pack or two! ;) Yum. And now with cheesecake AND chocolate!!??!? I’m dying, lol. I am never going to lose weight! :) ::Kristin::

  7. You continue to amaze me, Bakerella! Everything you make is unbelievable. Thank you for sharing your recipes and pictures with us. I cannot wait to buy your book- SO excited!

  8. Yum!! Definitely going to give these a go.

  9. That looks soooooo yum! I need to find a reason to make this…

  10. Adorable and tasty!! yummy!! =) so many amazing things to try!

  11. Oh, yum! Looks awesome!

  12. I cannot wait to try these!

  13. Oh my, look so scrumptious. Hope to be able to try to make them soon, or perhaps ask somebody to try to make them for me soon :-D

  14. heaven in my mouth… yummy…

  15. Oh drool…yum…

  16. These look absolutely fabulous- I have to admit I have a hard time with cheesecake because I don’t have the patience to let it set!

    I’ve been following your blog for a while now and I don’t see any general email area or anything, but I just wanted to let you know that I find you very inspiring. I love to bake and cook and would be thrilled if someday I could make a living doing what you do. It always boggles my mind how people can become so famous online. I suppose there are hundreds of people who try and never make it (which is why I’m still in college, and not diving immediately into the world of blogging). Anyways, thank you for your posts and your creativity. I really look forward to reading your blog every week. You are an amazing woman.

  17. I’m actually a flight attendant for Delta. I, personally, am over the cookies since I probably eat 2 dozen a day…but this recipe sounds like a great idea!! I may just get back into liking these cookies again!!

  18. Dude. Those look frickin’ frackin’ good. Now I’m gonna have to book a flight.

  19. Oh dear, these look divine! And I’m intrigued by these Biscoff cookies you speak of. Yum yum yum : )

  20. I have never tried one of those biscoff cookies… do they taste like coffee? If so… are there any other cookies you could substitute? But i love cheese cake!!! :)

  21. Yummy! Can’t wait to make these!

  22. I don’t know you, but I love you!! LOL Yum!

  23. complimenti!io adoro le cheese cake e la tua è fantastica e molto bella!

  24. im glad to see that someone else has the same biscoff obsession as me!! these were delicious :D

  25. These are luscious! I love the shiny icing and smooth filling. Yum!

  26. These look amazing!!! Anything with the word cheesecake in it works for me!

  27. It’s very funny too see how cookies can have different names from a country to another. As said several time in the comments, we call them Speculoos in Belgium and not Biscoff.
    It’s very nice for cheesecakes but also to make the crust of a crumble (pear-chocolate-Speculoos).
    The ice cream is also very nice and we’ve got two kind of spread: smooth and crunchy (little pieces of speculoos mixed with the speculoos spread).
    And one of my favourite is the speculoos milkshake!

    Anyways, your “little treat” looks really delicious, I can’t wait to try it. And I can’t wait to try your cake pops as well :D

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  29. I work for Delta and its so very hard for me to refrain from eating all the biscoffs on every plane that I enter. Love Biscoffs! Cant wait to sink my teeth into these babies!!!

  30. MMMMMMM…even a Nutter Butter crust or Pecan Sandie crust would be delicious, dont you think?

  31. Oh no…error? I made these today for a family gathering tomorrow night and hesitated when it said “1 Tablespoon” of vanilla for the cheesecake. I didn’t listen to the little baker voice in my head that said that would be too much and added the full amount; I just tried these and the vanilla is overwhelming and leaves an off taste. I caution that 1TBS is too much!! I would go with 1/2 that amount. Hopefully my family won’t be too off-put by the vanilla/alcohol taste. (ps…the Biscoff crust is amazing!)

  32. What’s the next best thing to sour cream? Is yogurt good enough? Thanks! I love your recipes.=)

  33. You really had to fly a lot to get all of those cookies for the crust! :-)

  34. Just… Wow. How do you manage to make everything. Look so beautiful all the time???

  35. These look good!! Only I think i’ll have to sub for a cookie without coffee :)

  36. thanks, bakerella. my eyes just did that looney tunes “aoogah” pop out of my head thing. that looks deeeelightful. thanks for sharing!

  37. Hahahaha yes I know these cookies from Delta. Glad to know when I chose them they were a good choice! And these look sooooo gooood I love cheesecake anything!

  38. I Love making Cheese cakes, Squares, Two bite and whole. Thanks for the new idea can’t wait to try it!

  39. I grew up on Biscoff when I lived in Belgium as a child. I found them on a Delta flight again about ten years ago. I recognized the taste immediately! We’ve been mail ordering them ever since. My son, now four, loves them too. They’re also WW friendly. :)

    Now you’ve combined my three favorite things, cheesecake, chocolate, and Biscoff.

    I see baking in the near future.

  40. Oh Bakerella, the cheesecake looks creamy and delicious, but Biscoff? I gag at the mention. Every time I fly Delta I hope they have changed their tasted in cookies. Blech. Oh, well, I’m sure I can substitute something less like cardboard. Maybe shortbread cookies? Oh how fabulous a cheesecake would be on top of girl scout shortbread cookie crumbs…. =)

  41. You need a print button to reduce article just to the recipe. Thank you, Sparkey


    Those cheesecake bars look SCRUMPTIDELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!

    Ohhhh…. weee…..

    thank you so much for sharing!!!

  43. Walgreens sells the Biscoff cookies

  44. Why do I insist on reading your blog every week and still believe that I can maintain a healthy diet at the same time?!? LOL. Gonna try these as soon as I hit the grocery store for some ingredients.

  45. i think i just drooled on myself…oh my gosh i want one right now! (can i just lick the screen?)

  46. yum, yum, yum, yum

    yum, yum, yum, yum, yuuum!

  47. So totally going to make these! They are making my mouth water. Maybe this weekend, when my husband and daughter are gone. Then I won’t have to share!

  48. These cookies are one of my storebought favourites! Never thought to use them as a cookie crust. Yum!

  49. I am drooling! These look postively scrumptious! Thanks for sharing! :)

  50. Ok, just went to your “About” tab and caught a glimse of your sweet smile. Precious! Love your ideas, recipes, blog….I’m a baker too and am a regular follower (who never thought to go to your “about” tab-wink)


  51. Oh my. Husband’s favorite cookie? Biscoff. Favorite dessert? Cheesecake.
    I have just solved the what-to-do-for-his-birthday dilemma.
    You are my new best friend.

  52. I LOVE those biscoff cookies! I was so excited to see them in my local grocer. You have let out our little secret, friend!!!

    And can we see a picture of you? I bet you are beautiful as your sweet creations….

  53. That looks AWESOME! I want to make them soon!

  54. ohmygosh!! those look amazing! (I know what I’m baking this weekend.)

  55. Delighful,I want these cheescake bars at the local bakery. It really can please anyone with a sweet tooth.

  56. I think I hate you.

    Just kidding. Or am I? I am running to the store to buy the ingredients to make this. My nephews and I will enjoy eating this. I have a HUGE weakness for cheesecake. I will have to bake some in a separate pan as I am allergic to chocolate though…

    I really don’t hate you. I really like you and your recipes. I just don’t like my expanding ass

  57. *drool*

    But REFRIGERATE OVERNIGHT?? That’s downright evil!

    They’ll be worth the wait, I’m sure. :)

  58. mmmm… these are just too evil! xx

  59. Mmmmm..These looks delicious!! Can wait to try making them!

  60. OH MY… HIPS.

    I have to make these tomorrow. I have never heard of those cookies before. I’ve also never flown Delta before. Regular old Graham Crackers will have to do. Or maybe Oreos. YUM!

  61. i love biscoff cookies!! this recipe looks sooooo good.

  62. not fair, now you’re just being mean. I’ve lost 14 lbs so far but I’m not finished with the diet yet, got another 9 lbs to go and then you post this?!!! love and slightly despise you all at the same time. x

  63. OHH MYY! I am drooling! You are my hero!! The doctor has had me on house arrest due to surgery the last two weeks and I have been prowling the internet and always come to your site. Probably a good thing I can not get to the store right now. Thank you for all your recipes – love the red velvet cake and know I will love this one. Have made the cake balls but have never got them completed. Hubby eats eiither the cake or the chips first before I can get them completed.

  64. These look incredible! I don’t think I can resist anything that involves biscoff cookies!
    I think these bars might actually adapt well to soy ingredients.

  65. Oh Bakerella, I love you!

  66. My husband was watching me look at your site and saw the Cheesecake bars. His comment was “Oh, THOSE look good”. Guess what I am baking tomorrow?

  67. Great recipe!!! These cheese cake bars are a winner!

  68. What a great way to start the week!!! YUM!

  69. WOW
    it looks delicious

  70. O.M.G. I am salivating at the thought of eating that crust! I just flew Delta on Thursday and yesterday and savored every crumb of my cookies. I had no idea you could buy them!

  71. Yum, they are perfect for my birthday party next month! Thanks for sharing, they look absolutely amazing!

  72. OMG – you are DEFINITELY my most favorite person on the PLANET. I NEVER would have thought about using these cookies as the crust. They are my absolute FAVORITE cookie EVER! What a fantastic idea!!

  73. HAHA!!! oh BAKERELLA, i used to be a flight attendant for one of delta’s smaller airlines and i totally thought that these would make the YUMMIEST cheesecake crust!!!!! this just makes me laugh….and of course i ‘never’ took any off the plane for myself…. ;) haha!!! actually i gave a ton to my dad to make one, but they all got eaten before it got made!! I LOVE IT!!!! this makes me SMILE!:)

  74. Ooh, I have some of those cookies at home right now. There aren’t enough to make this…going to the store to get more! Walgreens always has them.

  75. These look amazingly sinful!

  76. I now want to fly Delta just to get a pack of these cookies! To bad Delta is the expensive airline out west.

  77. I love Biscoffs! I think ALL airlines should have them! :) Great idea to use them as a cheesecake crust!

  78. They look sooooooooooo good

  79. Oh my! These bars look sinfully delicious!

  80. what a great idea to use those delta cookies! i just discovered them & didn’t even think of getting them outside of the plane! yay!

  81. wow.. i’m drooling at work.

  82. That looks way too yummy!

    Can I make you jealous if I say that thes cookies have there origin in Belgium and that we have plenty of them in our stores? It is very popular in here, we even have speculoosspread and speculoos icecream!

  83. This recipe and the photo just made joyful tears spring to my eyes.

  84. I love Biscoff, too! In fact, I ordered a big case to half dip in chocolate and serve at my wedding–I ended up eating a fourth of them. :)
    I love the idea of using them as a cheesecake crust, that’s brilliant!

  85. OMG…love it…i can’t wait to try it!!! I truly wish i had your talent. ;] Will let you know how mine turnout.

  86. Did you cut them using a knife dipped in warm water? I’d be terrified (okay, maybe not truly terrified) of tearing the ganache.

    Absolutely gorgeous, btw.

  87. simple divine!!!!!!!!

  88. Holy Biscoff Cookie Batman – you are a genesis! This sounds amazing and I must try it. I love these cookies!

  89. this is the first post of yours that I’ve read and i LOVE those cookes!! i always get as many packs as they’ll give me and stretch them out over the next few days, They’re my favorite! So pleased to see from the comments that I can find them at Walgreesns!

  90. If I cant find those cookies, what other cookies would you suggest? Or can you lead me to a link to make a different crust?

  91. Where do you buy the cookies? I LOVE them also, but only found them online when I looked.

  92. Wow – I don’t even do a lot of baking but can’t wait to try these! I see that the Biscoff cookies are available online, but are there any supermarket chains or specialty shops that carry them?

  93. Okay, that’s it! You’re booking my Delta flights from now on because I never get cookies!

    Your cheesecake bars look devine!

  94. Oh how yum!! I was debating on what to take to a girl’s night in coming up and here’s my answer! I will definitely be making these soon!

  95. Thanks Bakerella and to the post who said that they found it at Walgreen’s. We have one of those! I am hopping in my truck today to head into town to see if they have them, this is going to be dessert tonight, My husband is going to flip over this…

  96. Mmmm… These look yummy! I’m gonna have to try them

  97. My hips thank you! Can’t wait to make this!

  98. Oh yum. These look so pretty and delicious! And possibly something I can do fairly comparable to yours. Which would be a first.

  99. I LOVE this! Wonderful!

  100. I have to make this recipe. I love Biscoff cookies! I love cheesecake! I love chocolate! This will be simply heaven!

  101. My favorite cookie.
    These are truly inspired.
    Can’t wait to try!

  102. I LOVE Biscoff cookies! I’ve been dreaming about making a cheesecake crust with them for ages…they just never made it that far. They are so good with a cup of coffee, with ice cream, just about anything!

    Now I will have to make that cheesecake. That looks wonderful!

  103. wow… these are amazing. i tried making this over the weekend and it is so good. I use mocha shortbread cookies since that was all I had. Can you please share how do you cut those slices so neatly? :)thanks for sharing.

  104. i also use zweibach (the teething cracker for babies) as a crust to a cheesecake recipe i have.

    sue :)

  105. Mmmmm..heaven.

  106. I don’t think I could use the biscoff cookies if they have coffee flavoring, but the teddy grahams are surprisingly tasty and make great crumb for crusts.

    I just need to whip up the chocolate topping for the latest batch of chocolate peanut butter rice crispy treats and then liberate the pan for this!

  107. Bakerella, how do you cut your bars to have them look so lovely?

  108. Oh no! They look so good! I’ll have to make some! I’m glad I’m not pregnant now, because as is I’m craving cheesecakes (at any given moment), and seeing this……….. Yum yum! ^_^
    Thanks for the recipe!

  109. Evil. Pure evil. Pure chocolate-covered Biscoff-y evil. Evil was never so delicious.

  110. I love Biscoff cookies! Apparently there is also Biscoff spread too? I’d love to try it. And I don’t think I would like refrigerating those bars overnight. But I’m sure it makes them really tasty.

  111. Oh, wow. That looks like HEAVEN!!!! YUM!

  112. I can’t wait to try these!!! You are so awesome!! Can’t wait to have the cake pop book in my hands!!!!

  113. Looks Yummy!

    Your love of Biscoff’s reminded me of a recent Cupcake Project post –

  114. woah! great to see these cookies here. i’m from where they are made ;)

    they are all over here, we call them speculoos. my mother has been dipping them into her coffee for as long as i remember. someone even made a bread spread out of it, which became very popular… and there is speculoos-flavoured ice cream too, with crunchy bits. mmm!

  115. Oh, wow! Looks delicious!!!

  116. How many packages of cookies will I need to purchase to get 1 1/2 cups of cookie crumbs? I HAVE to make these!

  117. OH MY WORD!!!! It took all I had not to lick my computer. These look fabulous!!!! WOW!

  118. These look so good! I had no idea you could buy the delta cookies at the store. Are they at regular grocery stores?

  119. you are trying to kill me. i’m sure of it. but oh, what a way to go…

  120. Good Morning All ~ I am reading this mouth watering recipe at 9:07 a.m.,Monday.Wow ! ! ! I have to mention that those terrific cookies are available in the grocery stores too! I have seen Biscoff at Kroger 2 @ $5.00 and I believe Publix also has them Bakerella.So,you can save some money not flying to get them…( but then, where’s the fun? ).I agree with you, they have such a great flavor.I have got to stop reading your newsletter in the morning…unless,,,,unless…you’ve got a coffee cake recipe that is quick to prep. the night before or early in the a.m…Thank you again for this recipe, sure looks heavenly and I know my husband will love these for sure.

  121. These look fabulous, I cannot wait to try them. I love me some biscoff…and chocolate…and cheesecake…

  122. As others have already mentioned, you can buy the cookies at Walmart and Walgreens, There are probably other places too, you just need to know what the packaging looks like to spot them. If you can’t find them anywhere near you, you can always order them from It would be worth it for sure!

  123. I love the way you cut these so clean and pretty. I can’t wait to try this recipe.

  124. You’ve gone and done it again, Bakerella !! I am drooling !
    I will be trying this one this week. Thank you !

  125. I LOVE Cheesecake! I’ve made a svery similar bar before, but used chocolate cookie crumbs as the base. Soo tasty!!!

  126. I love the Lotus Speculoos (as we call them in Belgium) too! We also have them as a spread and ice-cream. Hmmm delicious. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  127. Yum-O babe, you’ve done it again!

  128. so delicious!You make me drool all over on my laptop ;P!!!!

  129. Biscoff cookies!!! My one-year-old son just ate the last of the stash! I, too, had no idea that they could be purchased! Ohhh, dangerous. These cheesecake bars look wonderful! Once again, you rock, Bakerella!

  130. Oh dear, those sound and LOOK amazzzzzing!!! Your creations just make me smile!

  131. These look amazing!! I LOVE how thick the chocolate ganache is on the top of these bars!

  132. OMG!! if only i saw this before i made my lemon cheesecake!!!! now i wanna make another cheesecake!! but its all going to my hips!!!! :) i love baking and cupcakes are MY FAVOURITE!!!!! but since i came to australia for college i haven’t been able to find time to bake!! i miss baking so bad!! and i want CAKE POPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  133. First of all, I was thinking the exact same thing, when I saw those tablespoons of brown sugar, about making sand castles and what not. For a minute there I was dreaming away and I felt my adult self and my kid self all in harmony :) Ah, the joys of sugar!

    Like Silke said, in The Netherlands and Belgium, we know these cookies as “speculaas”. It’s been a weakness of mine for as long as I can remember, and I’ve always seen boxes of it (about twice the size of that Lotus package is a stardard box here) disappear in no time.
    When I was young, we used to have bread spread with butter and covered in speculaas cookies: Heaven!

    I started seeing jars of “Speculoos” (speculaas flavored spread) in supermarket about a year ago. I never dared buy one, cause … well… how do you stop eating it? But seeing posts pop up about people tasting and cooking with it too now.

  134. Mmmm, mmmm, mmmm, mmmm, mmmmmmmmmm!


  135. This recipe looks fabulous – especially because of those cookies! that would be so good =D

  136. Those look insanely good! They’re on my short list of things to try now.

  137. Those look so yummy! I’ll have to try them.

  138. YUM this looks amazing! Speaking of Biscoff I LOVE those cookies too. I actually flew Delta yesterday and was so looking forward to having them as my plane snack and what do you know…they only offered peanuts, I was so upset! Maybe on my return flight I will get to enjoy those delicious cookies!

  139. omg! have to try this!!!! YUM!!!!! oreo would be fantastic! dangerous!

  140. I LOVE those cookies! The first time I turned around and saw them at Walmart I jumped up and down :0) This recipe is def going on my list, I’ve got to try these babies out!

  141. OMG–these cookies are my favorite! I went to the website and was going to order some, when a friend who’s husband i a Delta pilot told me Super Wal-mart carries them in the grocery aisle. (insert angelic choir here) My quick go-to snack when I need just one BIG sugar-rush? Biscoff used as a shovel to scoop one, just one…massive scoop of buttercream frosting. Now I will have to try your recipe—yum-o!

  142. That is THE yummiest looking bad-for-my-diabetes dessert I think I have ever seen – OY I want some now!

  143. OMG! I’m not sure if I could maintain my weight with this. Oh well, screw the diet! The Cheesecake Bars look so yum!

  144. These are the special mornings that I wake up, go to the computer and see wonderful recipes from Bakerellla and want to eat dessert at five in the morning. Oh these look so good, must try them soon. Thanks Paulette

  145. Your bars look DIVINELY DELICIOUS!!!

    I don’t seem to remember the biscuit on my Delta flight and now I feel cheated. Is it only on trans-Atlantic flights?

    Thanks to Stef (#45) for posting a similar recipe— I’m going to take a look!

  146. I love the Lotus spice cookies!
    A couple of years ago we were in Europe and passed by the Lotus factory in Belgium – the kids in the back seat got all excited about it – unfortunately we were on a tight scedule that day and couldn’t stop to see perhaps they have a visitor’s center at the factory (probably not).

  147. Looks like the taste of heaven. I wish.. I wish.. I wish I can make them at home too. Please.

  148. These are making my mouth water : p Thye look so GOOD & seem very simple to make.

  149. I love this idea. Biscoff cookies would make such a perfect crust. Yum! Also, if you don’t happen to have access to them, it’s pretty easy to make your own Biscoff-like cookie. I made some pretty recently .

  150. They múst be delicious. O-MY-GOD.
    I love cheescake, Biscoff cookies ánd chocolate.
    What a yummy combination!

  151. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a dessert in bar form that looks better than this does… I think I’m going to have to try to make these… :)

  152. These look yummy.

    I find it funny that the packet claims that they are Europe’s favorite cookie and I’ve never heard of them!


  153. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm. They look too good. I think that just looking at the photos must be a sin. ;-)

    Kind regards from Spain.

  154. I am so smilling at my pc screen at the moment.
    The amazing Biscoff cookies you talk about are our national pride and joy speculaas. You find them everywhere in Belgium.
    Even the dealer Lotus is a typical family company in Belgium.
    I am just so proud. :-)))

  155. This is genius! I love those Biscoff cookies, so I think this crust would be amazing.

  156. I used your cheesecake recipe from an older post for my husband’s birthday cake today. It was marvelous! It probably could have cooked a little longer. And I made a “24” out of white and milk chocolate. It was my first time dabbling with chocolate decorations.. I was pretty proud. It was noticeably amateur work, but it still made me proud.

  157. BISCOFF. I love those cookies, They’d be heavenly as a cheesecake crust.


  158. I would definitely prefer that to the regular crust. I love cheesecake, now i have to make this

  159. How do you cut them without smearing the ganache??? They look delicious!

  160. My eyes nearly popped out of their sockets when I saw that first photo!!! YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMY!

    Thanks so much for the recipe. I want me some cheesecake bad now! :)

  161. These look fabulous – just the sort of thing I should be whipping up to bring into the office from time to time. My mind is already awash with the possibilities – Thanks! :)

  162. Yum, Yum and Yum. I wanted cheesecake for dessert last night but it was a birthday celebration and instead there was a cake. Now I want it even more.

  163. Dangerous…

  164. Haha, I just got finished with class for the summer and I didn’t know how much I needed to make something like this until just now. But, I’ve been thinking about cheesecake lately, so this is perfect. Thanks Bakerella, you made my week!

  165. I just bookmarked this recipe and will be trying it this week. Oh my oh my those look soo scrumptious!

  166. I wish I had one of these right now as I’m sipping my coffee. Those lotus cookies are the best. I don’t buy them any more because I go through them too quickly! No weight-maintaining there.

  167. Yeah, every Walgreens I go to have the Biscoff cookies. They are sooo good and inexpensive.

  168. I love the Delta cookies! What I great idea to use them for the crust on these delicious looking cheesecake bars!

  169. I actually just had them on a trip on Delta. They are great and so is this idea. Thanks Bakerella!

  170. looks simply divine! perfect as party food.. :)

  171. I was in walgreens one day and found them. They are super cheap!

  172. Oh dear. I need these for dessert now! I love those cookies too- and had no idea you could buy them! Hello! Perfect for cheesecake crust! You inspire me.

  173. I had no idea you could buy the cookies! Looks good :)

  174. Mmmm! You hit the spot with these!

  175. if you love biscoff cookies then you must try Tamarin Spread, i saw it on another blog and it looks awesome. i bet you could get it down by where you live. enjoy!

  176. these look heavenly {in a sinful sort of way}!

  177. ok, these look delishhh.. but I am not a cheescake/chocolate fan so I am doing this with guava paste (goya) instead

  178. I must ask the same question…what DO you use if you can’t find those particular cookies?? These bars look fabulous though!!

  179. Biscoff cookies are my favorites! Whenever I fly on Delta, I know that whatever is offered, I will ALWAYS choose a Biscoff cookie. I always ask for a cup of coffee, too…because the two just go together. Deliciousness! I can’t wait to try this recipe. It looks divine, and I’m pretty sure I just gained a pound while looking at your pictures! Thanks, Bakerella!

  180. Jeanine – you can use really any crunchy cookie you like. Oreo, gingersnap, graham cracker, vanilla wafer, etc.

  181. Ok I have to ask before anyone else does. What do you use if you can’t find those cookies (I live very rural). But OMG they look sooooo good and yummie!

  182. they look scrumpdillyicious!!

  183. I thought I could resist these…until I saw Biscoff! Curse you, Bakerella! Curse you and your sweet evil-ness! :)

  184. I L-O-V-E cheesecake and these look so delicious! I believe I have had those and I recall them having a slight gingerbread type flavor if my taste buds recall correctly. Wonderful job! This looks like a must try!

  185. Those look heavenly! If it wasn’t almost midnight I’d be tempted to make some right now.

  186. I’ve never tried the cookies on Delta because I like the peanuts so much.

  187. I’ll definitely be trying these — one of my friends is a huge cheesecake fan and I think she would love these… and they definitely seem easier than making a regular cheesecake with a water bath and stuff… thanks for the great idea!

  188. it’s not even fair how beautifully simple and (i’m sure) AMAZING these are! this has got to be a top post for me…yum!

  189. Those look really good!

  190. Heh. I bogart those from the flight attendants too :)

  191. Gah. Now I’m even hungrier than I was 2 minutes ago!

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