Biscoff Cloud Cookies

Biscoff Cloud Cookies...Super thick and soft cookies made from Biscoff Spread!

These Biscoff Cloud Cookies are soft, thick cookies with the amazing taste of Biscoff Spread!

Ok you guys.

I know this is probably a silly question, because we’re friends and all that jazz, but you’ve tried Biscoff Spread, right?


If the answer is no, run don’t walk to the supermarket or hop over to amazon and buy at least 2 jars. One for baking with and one for eating with a spoon. Trust me, I know what I am talking about.

Ok, now that we’ve gotten THAT out of the way, let’s talk…Biscoff is pretty much the most delicious thing ever. They serve the cookies on Delta flights (score!), but the spread is like STRAIGHT TO THE VEIN goodness. Seriously y’all, do it.

Anyhow, what’s even more epic is that Katrina from In Katrina’s Kitchen wrote a whole dang book about Biscoff!!I am talking recipe after gorgeous recipe using Biscoff Spread and cookies. It’s like a dream come true.


When I got the book, I flipped through Katrina’s gorgeously photographed recipes and dog-eared almost every page! Honestly, I can see this book as being the perfect gift, along with a jar or two of Biscoff Spread…I mean, right?

Anyhow, let’s get this party started with these AMAZING Biscoff Cloud Cookies!!

Biscoff Cloud Cookies...soft, thick and loaded with Biscoff flavor! Super easy too!

These cookies bake up tall and soft, and are packed with Biscoff flavor…


I mean…


I used a 2 Tbsp sized Cookie Scoop to portion them out evenly…


They don’t spread too much when they’re baking, staying nice and tall…and soft in the middle!!




So yeah, LOVE this book for real. Go get you one!

And hop over to Katrina’s site for loads of sweets and all the details about her book!


Biscoff Cloud Cookies

  • Author: Cookies & Cups
  • Prep Time: 7 mins
  • Cook Time: 8 mins
  • Total Time: 15 mins
  • Yield: 24 cookies 1x
  • Category: cookies


recipe from The Biscoff Cookie and Spread Coobook


  • 1/2 cup butter, room temperature
  • 1/3 cup creamy Biscoff Spread
  • 3/4 cup light brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 Tbsp cornstarch
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 cups flour


  1. Preheat oven to 350°
  2. Line baking sheet with parchment paper, set aside.
  3. In bowl of stand mixer cream together butter, Biscoff Spread and both sugars about 2 minutes.
  4. Add in egg and vanilla and mix until combined.
  5. With mixer still running add in salt, cornstarch and cinnamon and mix until incorporated.
  6. Turn mixer to low and add in flour, mixing until dough comes together.
  7. Using a cookie scoop (I used my 2 Tbsp scoop) drop dough onto prepared baking sheet, about 2 inches apart. Dough won’t spread too much.
  8. Bake for 8 minutes until edges just begin to become golden. Allow cookies to cool on baking sheet for a few minutes and then transfer to wire rack to cool completely.


47 Responses

  1. Mmmmmm. These look so melty and delicious. The sort that you’d eat the first one so quick you’d wonder where it had disappeared to so have to reach for another. Tell me that’s not just me?!

  2. I had my first Biscoff Spread last month. Life changing! I think I sat and ate half the jar with a spoon! These cookies look really yummy. I might have to buy and extra jar, or three, and make some to share. Or eat myself. Whichever.

  3. Cathy

    Where does one purchase Biscott? I don’t think I’ve heard of this product before. I live in San Antonio, Texas, and am wondering if you would know who distributes this product, to this area. Please respond, can’t wait to try this cookies!
    Cookies look amazing!
    Thank You,
    Cathy Ohler

  4. Deb

    I, like Cathy above, had never heard of Biscoff Spread. I saw it listed as an ingredient in a recipe only one time before but I kinda blew it off, not knowing what it was. 🙁 It seems like it’s getting real popular, though, huh. So tell me real quick, where would I look for it in the supermarket? Is it with the baking items or with the peanut butter and jellies? I’m anxious to try your recipe, so please reply promptly so I can give these a try. Thank you in advance ~

  5. Patti

    You can also get the spread on the Biscoff website. I think the 8/$19.99 with free shipping is still ongoing. I have “spooned” my way through 4 of my 8 jars. For eating straight out of the jar or on pretzels, apples, crackers, etc., I highly recommend the crunchy as the texture is wonderful. For cooking, either that or the creamy comes out tasting the same.

  6. I got a jar of this spread and the taste is WOW, amazing. I made pancakes for 3 and 5 year old granddaughters and they spread it on the top and now they are hooked too! Can’t wait to make these cookies.

  7. Kristen

    I followed the recipe perfectly, as far as I know, but the dough turned out very dry and crumbly… Did I do something wrong or is that how it’s supposed to be?

    1. Shelly

      The dough is a bit dry, yes…it’s so they hold their height. I didn’t have crumbly dough..sometimes that’s just the difference between egg sizes…if it’s way too crumbly add a teaspoon of milk at a time until it stops crumbling.

  8. Chris Turner Pasek

    I’ve never heard of Biscoff Spread. I wonder if you could use the Cookie Butter that Trader Joes has ? It looks like peanut butter but it has a cinnamony taste.

  9. Just made these and they are DIVINE. I mean, so so good! I love the soft center and the cinnamon with the Biscoff… seriously. I gave one to my boyfriend to try (who does not usually eat a lot cookies), and he took a bite, started to give the cookie back to me, then his eyebrows went up and he stuffed the rest of it in his mouth before I could grab it back. That’s a win!

  10. Marisa Martin

    I made these at Christmas and spread a little melted butterscotch chips on them and now they are my husband’s favorite! This are a must have! Love them!!!

  11. Moreya Kelsey

    Amazing! Simply, amazing! My new favorite cookie and they are so easy to make!
    The description was perfect… Soft, cloud like cookies with a nice touch of the biscoff flavor. So many other recipes end up tasting just like the actual cookies. Thank you!!!

  12. Gemma

    Sorry to say I just made these..they really weren’t good in my opinion. The mixture was really dry and the cookies hard on the outside and soft in the middle..but not in a good way.. its bland, very chewy in the centre and sickly. I’ve made plenty of other types of cookies before that were fine. Probably the worst ive made to be honest.

  13. Sami

    I just made this and they turned out really well. Enjoyable with tea. I thought the dough would be too dry at first, but they turned out very well. Err on the side of under-baked for sure.

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