Biscoff no bake pie is a great way to use your favorite Biscoff spread to make a yummy dessert this summer! Biscoff spread is mixed with cream cheese and whipped cream and then chilled in a homemade graham cracker crust.
Welcome to the fourth post in the World Cup for Kids Series! We are representing Belgium! So far we've made Belgian S'mores, Liege Belgian Waffles, and Roasted Brussels Sprouts in our Belgian culinary adventures as we root on Belgium in the World Cup. It has been a fun ride, but today Belgium plays the U.S. – and I'm not sure who to root for. Either way, I win, I suppose.
I fell in love with Biscoff spread when a friend mentioned being obsessed with it. Of course, I had to try it! Just like the rest of the world, I too fell in love with the sweet spread. So what's to love about it? Biscoff Spread is made from Biscoff Cookies, which are Speculoos cookies. Biscoff was created in 2007 as part of a Belgium culinary show when a contestant converted the popular European cookie, Lotus Specullos, in to a creamy spread. Soon after the show Lotus Bakeries, the maker of the cookie, contacted the contestant and Biscoff Spread was born.
One of my favorite pies ever is my chocolate chip peanut butter pie – I could only imagine how tasty the pie would be with Biscoff spread in it! Oh boy was I right! This is a light, creamy, whipped up Biscoff piled on top of a graham cracker crust for a perfect summer time dessert.
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