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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Biscoff Spread

First there was peanut butter, a creamy spread made from ground peanuts.

Then there was Nutella, a brand-name spread of chocolate and ground hazelnuts.

Completing the trio is biscoff spread, relatively new to the U.S. It was invented in 2007 on a Belgian reality tv show. When it was introduced commercially, it sold out in three hours.

Biscoff spread is made of ground spice cookies called spéculoos in Europe and biscoff in the U.S. If you like ginger and cinnamon, you may find it even more delicious than peanut butter and Nutella.

Check out our Top Pick Of The Week, biscoff spread from Lotus Bakeries.

As with PB and Nutella, you can use it on everything from bagels and toast to dips and frosting. The review has plenty of ideas and recipes.


Biscoff and cream cheese frosting on carrot
cupcakes. Delicious! Photo by Rixipix | IST.


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