No-Bake Biscoff Cookies

I want to tell you about a new found love of mine.

Biscoff SPREAD!

Have you heard of it? If not, go buy some.  It is amazing! I think it may be right up there with Nutella for me, and that is really saying something.  It tastes like a cookie… in peanut butter form. It is incredible!

As soon as I bought it, I couldn’t wait to try it in a recipe.  These cookies are SO easy to make and the Biscoff flavor makes them unique and delicious! I just slightly adapted my grandma’s recipe for regular no bakes and they turned out fantastic!

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No-Bake Biscoff Cookies
These cookies are so easy to make and are delicious!
Recipe type: Dessert
  • ½ cup butter
  • ½ cup milk
  • 2 cups sugar
  • ½ cup Biscoff Spread
  • 2½ cups dry rolled oats
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  1. In a large saucepan melt butter, milk and sugar in a sauce pan, stirring, until it reaches a rolling boil. Let it boil 1 minute.
  2. Remove from heat. Stir in Biscoff Spread, oats and vanilla until evenly mixed.
  3. Place spoonfuls of batter on parchment paper and lightly spread out and let cookies set up.


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  1. I love no-bake cookies, and using Biscoff in place of peanut butter is fabulous! I made a chocolate no-bake cookie using Biscoff, but I’ll have to give these a try. Biscoff flavor all the way. Mmmm!

    • Chef in Training

      ooo! Chocolate would be awesome in this recipe too! I am sure your cookies were fabulous! Biscoff is just incredible! Thanks so much for stopping by!

    • Chef in Training

      Thanks Hayley! Isn’t Biscoff just amazing?! I don’t know how I didn’t know about it until just recently! Boy have I been missing out :)

    • Chef in Training

      Walmart carries it and it can be found next to the peanut butter and Nutella. My local Macey’s also carries it. Other stores are hit and miss with it I think. I hope that helped out a little more. Let me know if you have any more questions :) Have a great day!

    • Chef in Training

      Hi Patti! It is just like the Biscoff cookies ground up and made into a spreadable substance. Walmart carries it and it can be found next to the peanut butter and Nutella. I hope that helped out a little more. Let me know if you have any more questions :) Have a great day!

    • Chef in Training

      Really?! That is awesome! Great minds think a like! No bake cookies are one of my fav recipes and I couldn’t wait to make the sub for peanut butter! Biscoff is amazing! :)

  2. Christine

    What type of rolled oats do you use… does it need to be the quick cook type or can you use Bob’s Red Mills Gluten Free Rolled Oats?

    • Chef in Training

      I just used old fashion oats. Sorry about that, I will go make that clarification in the recipe :) Thanks for the question and for stopping by!

  3. Have you just made it humanly possible for me to indulge at any godforsaken hour when I’m craving Biscoff treats without turning my oven on? My waistline says yes, yes, and YES. I’m so excited to make these for an upcoming potluck–thanks for sharing!

  4. I have all of those ingredients right now! I need to make these cookies for my husband, he would LOVE them! Thanks for the recipe:)

  5. I Love all the ingredients but I think I did something wrong, I used Quick Oaks (it is what I had in the house) and the cookies are very gooey, do they harden up? Can I freeze them?

  6. Dominique Weaver

    You can find it at Publix too. I’m about to start this recipe, but considered substituting the oats with cornflakes

  7. I made these yesterday and the flavor is great, but mine did not set up all the way and most of the goo ran out, leaving a heap of oatmeal in the middle. Any ideas what went wrong or how I could fix it? I liked them just wanted them to be a little less fragile and falling apart.

  8. Trish

    For some reason I cant get this recipe to set up. I even put it in the freezer and left it and I still didn’t set up. Weird! But it tastes good, its just not solid!

    • Chef in Training

      I believe this has to do with the boiling time. Make sure it boils for the full time specified, no more and no less. I have had this happen before and it was in regards to that. Hope that helps.

  9. Emily H

    I just made this recipe but used Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter instead of the Biscoff spread (I’m guessing they’re pretty similar)… delicious!!! I love these. I will definitely be making this again :) Thanks for the awesome recipe!

  10. Stephanie

    I JUST made these and it came out sooo runny i couldn’t put it into cookie form :( so i put it in a square glass pan and popped it in the fridge so now they are no bake cookie bars!

  11. Sonja

    I just made these with 1 cup white sugar and 1 cup brown sugar, but they were very liquid. I even added a bit more oats to the mix, but they are very flat. I wonder what I could try next time to make them thicker like in the photo above? They sure have a great flavor!

  12. So funny that everyone is saying they are runny. I tried making these today & had the opposite problem – they crumbled & I could not get them to form. So I put them in a pan to make bars, but they are still pretty crumbly. Was hoping to show these at our County Fair this week but I’m afraid it was a fail for me :(

  13. Crissy C

    Glad that I read the comments. So, I followed directions exactly as suggested- only boiling for one minute. But I let the mixture cool for about 3 minutes (stirring occasionally) until I knew they would not run (& waste precious Biscoff spread). They turned out perfectly!

  14. cdv

    I used Earth Balance and almond milk to make these vegan. They turned out incredibly delicious. Thanks for the detailed instructions on how long to boil the mixture. They set beautifully, and I am trying really hard not to eat all of them right now. :)