posted on September 22, 2011 by aimee @ shugarysweets 11 comments »
I thought Biscoff spread is a type of peanut butter. Or almond butter. Or something like that. I had no idea it is this amazing spread that tastes like cookies. I might even go far enough to say it’s better than Nutella. Might. But don’t quote me.
So I have seen others posting recipes using Biscoff but had not yet ventured into buying it myself. Then a friend told me it was at Kroger, so of course I had to stop by and get it (and a few other things too). I opened the jar right up, and took a sample. Yes, by sample I mean 3 large spoonfuls. Then I cut up an apple and dipped that too. And, I may have cried a tear or two that the jar was now half gone and I haven’t even shared or made anything, and I’ve been home from the grocery store for less than an hour.
Fast forward one day. Or 8 hours I should say. I woke up wanting more Biscoff. I’m sure there is some sort of addictive quality to this stuff that keeps you coming back for more. I was hooked. And I made this for breakfast… (took 5 minutes to make, and only 10 to cook…just the cure for an addict like me).
Biscoff French Toast Rolls
4 oz cream cheese
1/4 cup Biscoff spread
1/4 cup sugar
12 slices of bread, crust cut off
3 Tbsp butter, melted
1 tsp cinnamon
In mixer, blend cream cheese, Biscoff and sugar until creamy. Mix in egg. Set aside.
Flatten your slices of bread (I used my hands, but you can use a rolling pin if you choose). Spread cream cheese mixture on each slice, dividing evenly. Roll slices of bread up (mine rolled up lengthwise because I used country white bread). Place seam side down in 13x9 baking dish.
Mix 1 Tbsp sugar and cinnamon together in small bowl. Brush melted butter on tops of bread and sprinkle GENEROUSLY with cinnamon sugar mixture.
Bake in a 400 degree oven for 10 minutes. Remove and eat warm. Enjoy!
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