Biscoff Bark from @katrinaskitchen

I’ve pretty much determined that I was never cool and I never will be. I am always catching on to things way later than the rest of the world. Sometimes, I just cannot get myself to care even one ounce about what the rest of the world thinks about a certain trend.

The Titanic movie? Sorry Leonardo, never saw it.
Coach bags? Nope. They’re cute and all but my kids’ fruit snacks and diapers can be hauled around just fine in my Kohl’s knockoff.
Nutella? You’re good, but I’m not in love with you.
Keurig? Umm, well, okay. So there are *some* trends that I’m current with.

I read the Twilight books but it was waaaaaaay before there was any kind of talk about a movie. And since the saga grew into a frenzy? I’ve only seen one of the movies. I just can’t do it. There is something inside of me that rebels and runs the other way when everybody raves about something. I blame it all on my 5th-grade self, who couldn’t afford fancy IOU sweatshirts, but I could peg my K-Mart pants with the best of them. {If you have no idea what I’m talking about just put it out of your mind and move on with your life. Trust me.} My older preteen self looked back at those pictures and was introduced to the harsh reality of fashion fads.

Enter Biscoff. The foodie world is currently obsessed with the stuff. Biscoff is a brand of cookie served on Delta Airlines. I am actually referring to Biscoff Spread, whose tagline is “Europe’s Alternative to Peanut Butter.” Well, while everyone else was all “Biscoff-this and Biscoff-that,” I was running the other way…until we got the news that my toddler was diagnosed with a peanut allergy this past fall.

I have no words to describe this spread to you. If there was such a thing as nectar of the gods this would be it. I would not lead you wrong, people. I mean, I just practically lost all of my clout in the food blogging world by confessing that I’m not crazy about Nutella (no hate mail, okay?). When my friend Shelly of Cookies and Cups participated in my virtual cookie party and brought Peanut Butter M&M Bark last month I was so sad that I couldn’t make it in our newly peanut-free home. However one night in the quiet moments before my brain turns off as I lay on my pillow I could hear the faintest beginnings of a thought. It was just a whisper in the back of my head.
You can make it with Biscoff.
You can make it with Biscoff.

Biscoff Bark from @katrinaskitchen
Biscoff Bark from @katrinaskitchen

Biscoff Bark Recipe

Milk chocolate candy bark swirled with white chocolate Biscoff

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  • 2 cups white chocolate, melted
  • ½ cup Biscoff Spread
  • 1 cup milk chocolate, melted
  • 6-8 cookies, coarsely chopped (I used Golden Oreos)
  • Sprinkles, optional


  • Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil.
  • Coarsely chop cookies, set aside.
  • Melt white chocolate in the microwave. Immediately stir in Biscoff Spread and stir until smooth.
  • In a separate bowl melt milk chocolate in the microwave.
  • Pour white chocolate/Biscoff mixture into your prepared pan. Drizzle the milk chocolate on top and swirl around the pan with a butter knife to get a marbled look.
  • Immediately sprinkle cookies and sprinkles on top. Let cool.
  • When set, cut into pieces.
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