Biscoff No Bake Cookies

No bake cookies are not pretty. Let’s just get that out there. These are no exception. I almost didn’t share this recipe because I cringe every time I look at this photo (yup, only one) but these are super tasty and so easy to make. Both of which I love.

Biscoff No Bake Cookies |


Ugh–now that we got that out of the way, let’s talk a little about these cookies. They have a caramel taste plus of course the great flavor of the Biscoff spread (affiliate link). That characteristic spice of Biscoff cookies.

Okay–I need to go back to no-bake cookies for a minute. You know the traditional chocolate version? I don’t know if this is a West Michigan thing, a Dutch thing, or just a weirdo thing about my family, but we always called them cow plops. No lie. How disgusting is that? I’ll surely embarrass myself in public some day calling no-bake cookies cow plops.

Am I the only one? Tell me I’m not the only one…

I switched these up even more and added some rice krispie cereal for some fun crunch and texture. I loved the way they turned out! They were a little crumbly so I wouldn’t plan on serving these at a party. These are the snacks that you’re shoving in your face real quick while your kid is sleeping or has their back turned.

Not that I do that.


Biscoff No Bake Cookies

These aren’t your typical no bake cookies, these are made with cookie butter (Biscoff spread). Plus, these have a crunchy surprise–you’ll love them.

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  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  • 1/2 cup Biscoff spread or another brand of cookie butter
  • 2 and 1/2 cups quick cooking oats
  • 1 cup rice krispie cereal


  1. In a large saucepan, heat the butter, sugar and milk over medium heat. Bring to a boil and boil for one minute. Remove from heat and stir in Biscoff, vanilla extract and salt until combined and Biscoff spread melts into the mixture. Fold in oats and rice krispies until coated.
  2. Scoop mixture onto parchment or silpat lined baking sheets in about 2 tablespoon scoops. Allow to set for at least one hour before storing in an airtight container.

adapted from Shugary Sweets

All images and text ©Rachel Cooks.


Verdict: Loved these! Chewy, yet crispy, and so flavorful.
Husband’s take: He definitely approved!
Changes I would make: None are necessary.
Difficulty: Easy


Craving more Biscoff spread?

 Apple and Cookie Butter Dessert Sandwich
Caramel and Biscoff Blondies
Cookie Butter “Chip” Muffins
Biscoff Cupcakes from Picky Palate
Biscoff No-Bake Cheesecake from My Baking Addiction
Biscoff Pie from Gimme Some Oven



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  1. I make these with biscoff as well, but also with Ghirardelli cocoa! SO YUMMY!

    I think there are a lot of variations to be tried. I want to do chocolate, biscoff and toasted coconut. I think your recipe plus toasted coconut would be VERY tasty!

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Another “cow plops” from west Michigan! :)

  3. My mom always called her no bake cookies No Foolin’ cookies- she was very strict in that the g was not pronounced. A little nicer sounding than cow plops. :) I never thought to sub in Biscoff spread though- genius! Now I just have to stop myself form eating it straight from the jar to save it for cookies!

  4. Oh my goodness! How have I never thought to try Biscoff in no-bakes? Brilliant, friend. Definitely putting these on my to-make list! :)

  5. Pretty or not, those no-bakes sound AMAZING!!!! Biscoff is dangerous….it is sooooooo good:-) Hugs Terra

  6. no bake… biscoff… you don’t have to twist my arm to try these. ;) So good!

  7. I actually just bought another jar of biscoff spread to do these cookies this weekend! My son loves no bake cookies!

  8. I’ve never seen a no-bake without needing powdered milk… which I NEVER have. I think I have all these things, though! I will definitely try them!

  9. I am loving all these no bake cookies and Biscoff….my absolute kryptonite!!!!

  10. I STILL have not hopped on the Biscoff bandwagon. What is wrong with me?! Ah well… no time like the present! These look awesome, Rachel!

  11. You are definitely not alone. My family calls them skillet cookies, but no one else know what we mean, so we have to refer to them as cow patties to other people.

  12. Ok. So I made Biscoff no-bake cookies a long time ago but I went ahead and added in the cocoa like you normally would with no-bakes and I didn’t like it at all. Why didn’t I just leave out the chocolate? I love it!

  13. Looks are only skin deep, right? or In this case Biscoff deep :) Awesome cookie…

  14. I think these are very pretty!!! And I’m sure delicious, too :)

  15. Whew! So relived to hear that there are other people who make snacks to shove in your face while the kids are napping.

  16. Love these! They’re almost like Rice Krispie treats! Really fun twist on the no-bake cookie… err, cow plops. :P

  17. Sometimes yummy yummy tasty treats just…aren’t so pretty. That’s ok. Because OMG YUMMYY

  18. Cow plops, that is hysterical! Either way, I’m trying these. They look awesome and they have Biscoff so really, they can’t be wrong.

  19. Rachel…these look amazing! we love no bakes and these are a great twist on the original. YUM! xoxo Sheila

  20. I think they look (and sound) really tasty!

  21. I have felt the same way about some recipes, so annoying! But I trust you that they are delicious… pretty sure I’d eat… all of them.

  22. I love these! Haha my photos weren’t the best when I made this recipe too, but if anyone reads this comment: MAKE THESE! So good!

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