Speculoos Spice Cookies

MADE BY LITTLE BELGIANS IN BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA

MOUTH SAYS...

These simple cookies are practically Belgium's national cookie, and one bite tells you why: they're thin, crunchy and simply packed with the warm flavors of dark brown sugar and a precise mixture of nine spices including cinnamon, cloves, pepper and cardamom.

These were made for coffee, tea and wintertime. People are so crazy for the flavor, they've found a way to turn it into a spread so you can have it on everything – yep, these are the cookies that turn into "Cookie Butter" or Biscoff Speculoos spread. 

Little Belgians makes traditional speculoos of the sort you'd find in Belgium, so they come in cute shapes like medieval houses, pigeons, umbrellas and bike riders. Gather some friends, brew some coffee, dunk some cookies and take a bite of nostalgia!

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Make your own version of the cookie spread popularized by Biscoff! Grind up the cookies in a food processor and drizzle in vegetable or coconut oil by the tablespoon until it forms a spreadable paste.

  • $14.25 for a 4.8 oz package