The conversation around Biscoff Spread on the boards has taken on the hushed, reverent quality of a novena. “That stuff is crack in a jar, I swear,” says sunshine842. “Unscrew the lid on that puppy, and next thing you know, you’re huddled in a corner of the kitchen on a sugar high with an empty jar and a dirty spoon next to your sticky, sticky face.”
Biscoff Spread is basically Biscoff cookies mushed up in a jar with sugar and oil and other things until it has the consistency of peanut butter. In Europe they call it speculoos, and it often travels in the company of Nutella in grocery stores. In fact, that’s where you might find it locally, by the Nutella at the Market Basket in Burlington and Chelsea, as well as at Karl’s Sausage Kitchen and other purveyors of Euro goods.
Or you can always DIY, says Luther. “Buy some BISCOFF cookies from Walgreen’s and make a sandwich with white bread, cookies and a thick layer of butter. Marinate a few hours to let the cookies soften.”
Market Basket [North of Boston]
26 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington
Market Basket [North Shore]
160 Everett Avenue, Chelsea
Karl’s Sausage Kitchen [North Shore]
142 Broadway, Saugus
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