Biscoff Muddy Buddies

Have you tried Biscoff Spread yet? It is a cookie spread that is absolutely incredible. If you haven’t sampled it, you really need to.

I am kind of on a Muddy Buddy kick right now. Between V-day handouts and my husband’s scouts, I have a lot of treats to make and need something simple, quick and practical. Muddy Buddies make great gifts because the recipe makes a lot and you can package them up cute and hand them out for Valentines gifts, or a great gift for any time of year really.

This particular recipe is one of my favorites. It takes a classic sweet snack and tweaks it to taste like another one of my favorite desserts, cookies. You will love these!

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Biscoff Muddy Buddies

By Chef in Training Published: February 6, 2013

    A delicious spin on a classic recipe!



    1. Measure out cereal in a large bowl and set aside.
    2. In a large zip lock bag, combine powdered sugar and ground Biscoff cookie crumbs. Shake if needed to evenly combine the two. Set aside.
    3. In a medium microwave-safe bowl, combine biscoff spread, white chocolate chips and butter. Microwave on high for 1 minute then stir. Microwave in 30 second intervals as needed until mixture is melted. You could also cook in a saucepan over low-medium heat. NOTE: Mixture will be thick. Expect that.
    4. Pour Biscoff mixture over cereal. Because the Biscoff mixture is thick, it will be most efficient to use your hands to carefully coat the cereal. Be patient and keep incorporating the mixture, it will coat.
    5. Dump coated Chex cereal into zip lock bag with powdered sugar/Biscoff cookie crumbs. Seal and shake and toss to evenly coat all the cereal.
    6. Let cool so that the mixture adheres to the cereal completely.

    (recipe adapted from: Betty Crocker)

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    1. Averie @ Averie Cooks

      Biscoff or Cookie Butter is a big favorite. I love it so much that I came up with a homemade version! Great idea using Biscoff in the Muddy Buddy's!

    2. Karly

      Um, these are genius. I'm totally addicted to Biscoff, but I usually just eat the whole jar with a spoon! This would be a great way to change things up! ;)

    3. sally @ sallys baking addiction

      you know i'm a muddy buddy fool Nikki. :) And I love cookie butter!!!!! I have yet to combine the two but I am so glad you did it and you did it RIGHT. I want handful after handful of this stuff. And that's coming from the girl who just made nutella puppy chow again yesterday. For the third time in two weeks. I'm obsessed with muddy buddies!!

    4. carrian

      I forgot to comment, so I'm back! These look awesome!!!!

    5. teresa

      excellent idea! i have yet to even try biscoff, but i have a feeling i would love it! YUM!

    6. Tiffany

      Makes me sad, I would so love to make these, but they don't sell Biscoff, or cookie spread in Canada. I've looked on their website and they don't ship here either... Anyone know of any alternatives?

      1. Karen

        How about Amazon or ebay, justa thought

    7. Ala

      I've been waiting to make a version of this for the longest time--so glad you've done it! Definitely the inspiration I need to get my next Biscoff kick in order.

    8. Sarah @ Miss Candiquik

      ohhh...I must make these. I even have all the ingredients handy ;). I have a feeling they will be dangerous...

    9. Lynette Brock

      I think I'm in love with you. Where I'm from, Biscoff spread is practically unheard of and I love it