Biscoff No Bake Cookies

Biscoff Cookies without turning on the oven! These no bake cookies made with creamy biscoff spread are a must try.

No bake Biscoff cookies!!

Most of us have made (or eaten) a classic no bake cookie before. They’re most often made with peanut butter and chocolate.

I love playing with different ways to mix up typical no bake cookies. Remember these decadent Nutella No Bake Cookies I shared a while ago?

This recipe is similar but instead of using cocoa powder and peanut butter (or nutella) you use Biscoff.

It holds the dry ingredients together and imbibes the cookies with all the great taste of Biscoff.

What does biscoff spread taste like?

Biscoff spread (or cookie butter) is one of those foods you have to try to fully understand, but I’ll do my best.

If you’ve had biscoff cookies–the ones they give you on some airplanes–then you’re familiar with the flavor.

It’s a bit like a graham cracker meets a gingersnap, but crushed and whipped up into a creamy spread the texture of peanut butter.

I eat it on toast, on fruit, on ice cream and right out of the jar with a spoon.

Does that mean that this recipe is basically crushed up cookies baked into MORE cookies? I don’t see anything wrong with that. More cookies = always a good thing.

These no bake cookies are my new favorite way to enjoy Biscoff spread! Fudgy and sweet with the teeniest hint of ginger, they make for a nice change from the usual chocolate filled no bakes.

Ingredients Needed

Here’s what I used to make No Bake Biscoff Cookies: 

  • Sugar
  • Butter
  • Milk 
  • Vanilla
  • Salt
  • Biscoff spread – Speculoos spread or cookie butter are the same thing and will work perfectly! 
  • Quick oats – Do not substitute steel cut or whole rolled oats. They’re not cut as finely and will affect the texture of the cookie. 

How to Make No Bake Cookies

These biscoff no bake cookies couldn’t be any easier to make! Since you don’t have to turn on the oven, this is the perfect recipe for satisfying your summertime cookie cravings

STEP 1. In large saucepan, mix butter, sugar and milk on medium high heat. Bring to a boil, and boil for one minute (don’t skip this step)! Remove from heat.

STEP 2. Stir in the Biscoff spread, vanilla and salt until thoroughly combined. Fold in oatmeal. Add an additional 1/4 cup of oats if you like them thick.

STEP 3. Scoop cookie dough onto parchment paper in 1-2 Tbsp scoops. Allow to set in the fridge for about one hour. Remove and store in air tight container.

You’ll end up with about 5 dozen no bake Biscoff cookies, depending on how large you make them. That’s plenty to share, but be sure to save a few for yourself.

Tip: Pour yourself a glass of cold milk to enjoy with your Biscoff cookie. Yum!

How to Store

Keep these in a container with a fitted lid to keep them from drying out.

Some no bake cookies, I strongly prefer cold.

With these biscoff cookies, I can go either way. They are tasty eaten cold from the fridge but they keep well at room temperature, too.

If you live somewhere that runs warm, the cookies may get gooey if not stored in the fridge.

What kind of oatmeal to use for no bake cookies

Make sure to use quick cooking oats for this recipe!

9 times out of 10 when someone says their no bake cookies are dry or crumbly it’s because they used whole rolled oats or steel cut oats instead.

Biscoff Cookies Variations

With Biscoff spread growing in popularity, I’ve started to see different flavors showing up on the shelf!

The cocoa swirled Biscoff would also be amazing in this cookie recipe, if you like some chocolate with your cookie butter–and who wouldn’t?

Using the crunchy Biscoff spread will give you cookies with, well, a little more crunch.

If you try this Biscoff cookies recipe with one of these other kinds of cookie spread, let me know how they turn out.

Why are my no bake cookies dry?

  • Make sure you are using QUICK cook oats.
  • Do NOT over cook. Set a timer for one minute, then remove immediately from the heat.

More Cookie Recipes

Yield: 3 dozen

Biscoff No Bake Cookies

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Biscoff Cookies without turning on the oven! These no bake cookies made with creamy biscoff spread are a must try.


  • 2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup milk (skim up to 2% works best)
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  • 1/2 cup Biscoff spread
  • 2 1/2 cups quick cook oatmeal


  1. In large saucepan, mix butter, sugar and milk on medium high heat. Bring to a boil, and boil for one minute (don't skip this step)! Remove from heat.
  2. Stir in the Biscoff spread, vanilla and salt until thoroughly combined. Fold in oatmeal. If too runny, add in additional 1/4 cup oats.
  3. Scoop cookie dough onto parchment paper in 1-2 Tbsp scoops. Allow to set (about one hour). Remove and store in air tight container. Yum.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 102Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 35mgCarbohydrates: 15gFiber: 0gSugar: 12gProtein: 1g

*Nutrition facts are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietitian for special diet advice.

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Easy to make and kid approved, Biscoff Cookies are a uniquely delicious twist on classic no bake cookies. 


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Posted on November 16, 2011

Comments & Reviews

  1. I just whipped up a batch for a staff meeting. I only discovered Biscoff Cookie Butter a few months ago and instantly fell in love. This is such an fast easy recipe! I have no idea how they taste, as I don’t eat sugar, but I will get feedback tomorrow from coworkers…curious of their response.

  2. FYI, I’m pretty sure this recipe has a typo. Three cups of oatmeal gives you one of the driest cookies you’ve ever seen or tasted. Delicious, but incredibly dry and crumbly. (When you get to the last of the dough, it doesn’t even hold together to scoop. It’s basixally granola at that point.) I remade them using only two cups of oatmeal and it turned out exactly like you’d expect a no bake cookie to be. (And, they’re somehow even more delicious!) A one-tablespoon scoop yields almost exactly three dozen cookies. 

  3. Just made these cookies…Everyone loved them! My only suggestion would be to cut the required sugar in half since the Biscoff is already sweet.

  4. Trader Joe’s has a Speculoos cookie spread that is their brand of Biscoff – it’s WAY cheaper than the Biscoff spread in our supermarket.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe – I will be trying it very soon!

  5. I keep seeing posts about how everyone is addicted to Biscoff spread, but I can’t find it anywhere in Canada 🙁
    But this looks great! Perfect for the summer when it’s too hot to bake 😉

    1. You can get something like it now, at Costco.
      if you’re anywhere near Toronto, McEwan’s at Don Mills, sells the actual biscoff now too!

  6. Just made these and decided to drizzle them w/ chocolate at the last moment…delicious! Thanks for the inspiration!

  7. I found Biscoff at Cost Plus, and seeing all the recipes, I bought a jar. I am most definitly going to try this one! I love no bake recipes!

  8. These sound fantastic!! I’m seriously addicted to the stuff too! I keep sneaking it straight from the jar. I’ll definitely need to try making some of these.

    I have found Biscoff spread in the grocery store by the peanut butter.

  9. Oh yum! Making this! And I didn’t know our Krogers did special orders… where do you go to ask? Because it seems anytime I try to ask even what aisle something is in, I am a burden to them lol!

  10. I’ve had biscoff cookies, but had no idea there was biscoff spread. Where have I been? I’m going to have to head up to Kroger and get some…and make your cookies 🙂

  11. Here you go again tempting with the deliciousness that I can’t obtain in any store here! And I beg to differ…because you did share at least once:-) Now that you shared the greatness of biscoff with me, I know clearly the awesomeness that I am missing out on!!!! (off to sulk because my Kroger is not as cool as yours:-)

    1. U can get biscoff at some Walmarts thats were I discovered it…they also have crunchy its the best…I eat it on apples love it!!!!!

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