Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Biscoff-Glazed Soft Oatmeal Cookies

The alternate title to this post is:
"MAKE THESE PRONTO!"
If you still haven't tried Biscoff Spread, well sister, it's time.
(You can also use Trader Joe's Cookie Butter...don't you love that name?)

We've talked Biscoff before.  We've made Biscoff Brownies.  We've made Biscoff Cut-Out Cookies.  We've eaten it by the spoonful. (Just me?)

Today, we turn it into a glaze and pour it over the softest, most tender oatmeal cookies ever.

For the oatmeal, I used 1-minute oats.  They're cut smaller, but if you only have old-fashioned on hand, that's just fine, too.  Your oatmeal pieces will just be larger.

You'll also be using Greek yogurt.  I love the Fage brand.


Biscoff-Glazed Soft Oatmeal Cookies
{makes 18}

for the cookies:
2 cups quick-cook (1-minute) oats
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. kosher salt
1 & 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 (1 stick) cup salted butter
2 TBSP vegetable oil
1 cup light brown sugar
1 egg
6 TBSP plain Greek yogurt (2% or full-fat)
2 tsp. vanilla bean paste (or vanilla extract)

for the glaze:
1/4 cup Biscoff Spread
1/4 cup milk
1 & 1/2 cups powdered sugar, sifted
2 teaspoons light corn syrup

Whisk together the oats, baking soda, cinnamon, salt and flour. Set aside.

In a large bowl, cream together the butter, oil and sugar.  Add the egg, beating until fluffy.  Beat in the yogurt and vanilla, scraping down sides of bowl as needed.

Add in the flour mixture in three additions; beat on low just until incorporated.  Let the dough rest for 30 minutes.

Preheat the oven to 350.  Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.

Use a two tablespoon cookie scoop to place the dough onto the prepared sheets. Bake for 12-14 minutes or until light brown.
 
Transfer to a wire rack to cool.

While the cookies are cooling, make the glaze.  Whisk together all of the glaze ingredients until smooth.  If the glaze looks a little too thin, add more powdered sugar.  If it looks too thick, stir in a little more milk.  You may omit the corn syrup, but it does add a nice shine.

Put the cookies close together on a wire rack and place the rack over a parchment-lined cookie sheet.  Pour the glaze over the cookies.  The glaze will spread and smooth; and after about 30 minutes, will set.

Can we just take a few moments to look at the glaze?
I {heart} glaze.  It's so pretty & shiny.
Glaze is very photogenic.  It's the Kate Middleton of dessert toppings...always beautiful.
*sigh*

Looking for Biscoff?  You may be able to find it at your local grocery store, WalMart, or you can order it on Amazon.

Oh, and do you know what the sign of a true friend is?  When *someone* sends you one of their vintage tablecloths and it's not even your birthday. ♥

"MAKE THESE PRONTO!"

59 comments:

  1. Oats and biscoff spread in the same cookie? Talk about delicious!

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  2. Talk about a midnight craving!!! too bad the World Market is closed right now and i can't go out and buy some biscoff! :(

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  3. I'm so intrigued! I must try these!!! -gillian www.seasonsgredings.com

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  4. I already love oatmeal cookies, so once you add the icing, it only gets better. :)

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  5. I am Canadian and we don't have Biscoff here!! Crazy, right! Anyway, this past weekend I went to New York and picked up 3 big bottles! I'm set to make these as my first Biscoff experiment!

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  6. what can be used in place of the yogurt?

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  7. I'm thinking of all of the other wonderful things that could be done with Biscoff glaze...mmmm... :)

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  8. Pinned! I didn't try Biscoff for the first time until recently and it was love at first bite. I will have to give these a try!

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  9. ok I haven't tried biscoff spread yet, and you're right - it's time! Yum :)

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  10. Nothing beats an oatmeal cookie until you glaze it with Biscoff. I love these two together!!

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  11. Oh my gosh, I am now in love with this biscoff because of you, cannot wait to get my hands on more so I can drink it in glaze form!

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  12. Holy yum. Those are things of beauty. Your photos are incredible in this post. I can practically taste them through my laptop. Amazing.

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  13. haha... Holy Yum is right!!! Biscoff/oatmeal combo sounds like a winner to me!!!

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  14. Ohhh my stars. I'm glad someone else attacks the Biscoff jar with a spoon, too!

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  15. That glaze - hubba, hubba! I love biscoff/cookie butter spread on just about anything and these little bites look incredible! And that glaze. Dreamy!

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  16. I like Biscoff more than my dog.

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  17. That came out wrong. My dog doesn't like Biscoff. I like biscoff way more than I like my dog.

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  18. It probably doesn't look very attractive, that I'm sitting at my desk - in my office drooling over my computer screen. But I can't help it - - ohhh my mother of YUM!! I wish somewhere in Ontario sold Biscoff :( or that we had a trader joes! I'll need to stock up the next time I'm in the US

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  19. Love the alternate title! I love biscoff, and see some of these in my future!

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  20. Oh, my goodness. I have to go buy biscoff spread to make these IMMEDIATELY. And when I just bought some nutella to make the other cookies, too...

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  21. Okay, you've twisted my arm :) seriously, oatmeal cookies with lotsa cinnamon are one of the best things EVAH, and then you went and drizzled Biscoff on top? Are you SuperWoman or something?? I need these in my life!

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  22. Gotta try Biscoff. I hope I find it here in the Philippines!

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    1. Good news! We brought it to Manila :) https://www.facebook.com/LorenaAndLoreta. All jars just got sold out last week but you can pre-order.

      Loren

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  23. Yes, ma'am, coming right up.

    That glaze looks to die for!

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  24. Ok, I will share the cookies but the bowl from the glaze IS ALL MINE!

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  25. The photos of the glaze pouring down on the cookies had me drooling!

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  26. I'm with you on the "eating it by the spoonful" when it comes to Biscoff. I love this stuff! Totally making these cookies :)

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  27. Um. Yes, please! I've been making my own cookie butter and am always looking for new ways to eat it--besides, er, straight from the jar, of course.

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    1. Really? I'm so off to check your blog right now for a recipe since we don't get biscoff here in the UK.

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  28. Yum! I need to look for the Biscoff spread b/c our cookie butter is GONE!

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  29. I can't make these or any Biscoff/cookie butter type of desserts as we don't get Biscoff or cookie butter here in the UK. I keep hearing about how wonderful it is and everything *does* look delicious. I feel soooo left out. I can make the oatmeal cookies without the biscoff glaze though. But it's not the same. Boo hoo!

    -Lisa.
    Sweet 2 Eat Baking

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  30. Love Biscoff spread!! I'm allergic to peanut butter and this is the perfect, utterly delicious substitution. My favorite Biscoff recipe is an homage to Elvis. Take two slices of frozen Wonder bread and butter each outside side. Spread the insides with Biscoff spread and a thin smear of orange marmalade (or jam of your choice). Fry until lightly crisp and brown with Biscoff spread becoming ooey-gooey. Heaven!

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  31. That cookie butter is going to THE DEATH of me.

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  32. We have nut allergiez in our house and thanks to you great blog we now have Biscoff in house. That and ten extra pounds. :)

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  33. I love Biscoff cookies and didn't know there was a spread. I just Googled Biscoff spread and found out that it is actually made with 57% Biscoff cookies! I'm thinking it's gotta be yummy, and on top of oatmeal cookies it's gotta be amazing!

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  34. These look delicious! That glaze!!! Oh my.

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  35. Biscoff and nutella are 2 of my favorite spreads. I can eat anything made with these delicious spreads! Lol. These cookies look fantasticccc!!!! :D

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  36. This will seem very odd, but I have found Biscoff at Hobby Lobby. They have an international/gourmet foods section up front.

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  37. Quick question.....when you said to let the dough rest, did you mean on the counter or in the refrigerator? Thanks!

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  38. That stuff is like crack! So yummy! Albertson's seems to always have it in stock. Trader Joe's has a version too but I haven't tried it yet.

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  39. If all your other delicious Biscoff recipes didn't convince me, then these chewy oatmeal Biscoff drizzled cookies certainly have. The next time we go the the States, I am definitely picking up some of this spread.

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  40. The yoghurt is the secret to the moistness, right? Sounds delicious! And love your "Kate Middleton photogenic" description of glaze. :-)

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  41. I think the alternate title to this post is "BREAKFAST!" These look like the perfect cookie for breakfast.

    I finally tasted Biscoff spread when I was in Europe, since peanut butter was nowhere to be found, I had no choice but to spread Nutella and Biscoff on my baguettes. :)

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  42. I looove oatmeal cookies and these with the Biscoff just look utterly amazing. And I agree with Liz - these are for breakfast! :-)

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  43. Nice cookies!! Can you hear me knocking at your door for some?!

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  44. How is it possible I'm just finding your blog now?? I just headed over after Jessica linked to you. I am absolutely in LOVE with your header. The real cookie is incorporated so well. Adding you to my reader right now! :)

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  45. I've never had biscoff before, but these look like reason enough to try!!

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  46. whoa...definitely making these. Have biscoff at home right now!

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  47. I have never had Biscoff... but how can I continue to resist after seeing this recipe?!?? Just beautiful!

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  48. I saw this post and never heard of Biscoff. I went to the supermarket yesterday and on the shelf with the peanut butter and jelly was Biscoff!!! Of course, I had to buy this. I think I'll be making these for our Kenney Chesney tailgating event when we go this weekend! They sound delicious!!!

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  49. I made these last weekend with the Speculoos Cookie Butter, and they went like hotcakes! But I'm totally biased, since I eat the stuff with a spoon... lol

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  52. Just made these - delicious! I think I know what I'm giving my neighbors for Christmas this year!

    Mary, Atlanta,GA

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