Being in California, I’m thankfully, exposed to a myriad of foods and fresh produce. But when I first heard about Biscoff Spread, I was intrigued. I heard about it first over at Pinch of Yum swirled in homemade banana ice cream. I’ve done the homemade banana ice cream and actually had frozen Naners ready to go for another batch.
I just happened to be in Wal-Mart and there was a display table with lo and behold, Biscoff spread. I picked up a jar and home I went to try this stuff out. I like to taste things before I jump right in with a recipe, especially if I am not familiar with the ingredient. So I tasted this spread. Holy sha-moly!
The flavor that burst in my mouth was a caramel-toffee explosion that was creamy and oh so dangerous.
This stuff is crack-on-a-spoon.
You have been warned.
You might want to buy stock in this stuff because you will buy some, then buy some more and then go out and buy even more. It will become a staple in your kitchen.
I am currently devising recipes using this stuff in desserts. Because eating this stuff on a spoon is just too dangerous for me. If you know how I was with peanut butter, this stuff has the same potential.
What I have come up with so far, is a delicious quick snack using only 3 ingredients: green apple, Biscoff spread and turkey bacon. Yes, I said turkey bacon. The sweet and savory with the sourness of the apple made my taste buds quite happy. This is such a quick put together dessert/snack, it’s great for an after school snack or, if you are just craving the sweet creaminess of the Biscoff.
So go out and get yourself a jar of this highly addictive, creamy, caramel-toffee like spread. You can get it Biscoff Spread at Wal-Mart, World Market (if there is one in your area) and Amazon. Then put this snack together and make your own taste buds dance.
- 1 slice turkey bacon
- 1 Granny Smith green apple, sliced
- Biscoff Spread
- Spray a non-stick cooking spray in a small pan and fry the slice of turkey bacon till just crisp. Cool and crumble or chop into small pieces.
- Slice the green apple in discs, or wedges.
- Spread a little bit of Biscoff on the apple wedges and sprinkle turkey bacon on top.