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Chocolate Covered Biscoff Pretzel Bites


Are you familiar with Biscoff cookies?  If you’ve flown in a plane anytime during the past few decades then you’ve had them.  There those delicious little cinnamon cookies that were/are served to the passengers.  They used to be a staple, now that airlines have cut their costs they aren’t a given.  I remember the first time I had a pack of Biscoff cookies.  I was pleaseantly suprised by how delicious they were.  I thought they would be icky gingerbread cookies (I am not a fan) but they were delicious!  I wished I had a few more!

Well now those delicious little cookies from Belgium can be found on the Walmart shelves along with a fantastic spread that tastes like (and is made from!) those delicious little cookies!  The spread comes in two varieties: chunky and smooth – just like peanut butter.  But, this is ANYTHING but peanut butter.  Actually, it doesn’t even contain peanuts!  It is a vegan product.  And, while it isn’t a health food, it makes a delicious little treat spread on apples, pretzels, sliced pears, waffles, pancakes, and crepes (and this is just what we tried it on!).

It is also fabulous spread across theose little Biscoff cookies.  The cookies come prepackaged with two cookies in a pack which makes them a great little lunchbox treat. {Portion control! I need it with these things!}

We used the Biscoff spread to make a little treat of our own: Chocolate covered Biscoff Pretzel Bites.  Here’s our video how to:

You need:

A jar of Biscoff creamy spread
Some small pretzels (we used Snyders)
Melted Chocolate for dipping

Melt the chocolate over a double boiler or in the microwave. Spread the Biscoff spread over one pretzel and then snap another on top making a little pretzel sandwich. Dip one side of the pretzel sandwich in the chocolate and lay it on wax paper to dry. Viola! A tasty little late night treat! (:

*Disclosure: I am a Walmart Mom. This post is sponsored by Walmart. Walmart has provided me with product and/or compensation in exchange for my time and efforts in creating this post. My participation is voluntary. As always, my opinion is my own.

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Comments

  1. I love his expression when you all talk about having to wait on them to dry!!!!! He is so cute!!!! Those do look yummy. I bought some of the spread the other day and now have another yummy way to use it!!

    • Hee Hee! I know I didn’t even notice his funny face until later! He’s such a ham. (: These really are so yummy too!! We also loved eating it on crepes and waffles in the morning!
      Denise Sawyer
      Wholesome Mommy

  2. I wish I never saw this idea. Just one more way to eat the Biscoff (that i DON’T need.) Pretzels are my weakness! This looks so good, Denise :)

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