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Caramel Biscoff Blossoms Cookies

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Caramel Biscoff Blossoms Cookies are a twist on peanut blossoms for caramel and cookie butter lovers! Perfect for cookie butter fans.

Caramel Biscoff Blossoms Cookies on a white ceramic tray

Caramel Biscoff Blossoms Cookies

It’s time for another Holiday Food Blog Party. Christmas is just around the corner! I bake oodles of cookies throughout the month of December and decided to put a twist on the classic peanut blossoms by making Caramel Biscoff Blossoms. Biscoff  Spreadwas used in place of peanut butter, then between the cookie and the Hershey’s Kiss, I couldn’t resist adding a dollop of caramel. Sounds good, right?

Caramel Biscoff Blossoms on a square white plate

Tips for Making Biscoff Blossoms

These caramel Biscoff Blossom Cookies were simple to make, especially since instead of making homemade caramel, I used bagged caramel candies. Unwrapped, then melted with some cream made for an easy caramel component. Sometimes you just have to take a short cut this busy time of year.

Use a cookie disher to make evenly sized cookies, then roll the dough into round balls.

When they come out of the oven, use a spoon to make an indentation in the middle of each cookie. These wells will be where the caramel is placed.

I hope you’ll add these Biscoff blossoms to your baking list!

Overhead view of Caramel Biscoff Blossoms on a rectangular white tray

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Some of my favorite bloggers are part of the Holiday Food Party group…so you are guaranteed excellent recipes for your upcoming parties…whether for Christmas, Hanukkah or New Year’s. We have cookies, cakes, brownies and even a special appetizer recipe. If you want something yummy and festive, please check out all the links below!

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Yield: 36 cookies

Caramel Biscoff Blossoms

Caramel Biscoff Blossoms

Chewy Biscoff cookies topped with caramel and a Hershey's Kiss

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 32 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 3/4 cup Biscoff Spread (creamy or crunchy)
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 10 ounces vanilla caramels
  • 2-3 tablespoons cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • Hershey's Kisses (about 36)

Instructions

  1. Beat butter, Biscoff and sugars together till creamy. Add egg and mix till blended. Mix in vanilla and milk, then dry ingredients. Chill dough while preheating oven to 350º. Line baking sheets with parchment paper.
  2. Roll rounded tablespoonfuls of dough into balls and place about 2 inches apart on baking sheets. Bake 10-12 minutes or till golden. Remove from oven and use the back of a round tablespoon and make an indentation in each cookie (making a well for the caramel). Remove cookies to cooling rack.
  3. When all are baked, microwave caramels and 2 tablespoons of cream for one minute. Stir, then continue to microwave at 30 second intervals, stopping to stir till mixture is smooth. Stir in vanilla.
  4. Spoon a teaspoon or less of caramel into the indentation in each cookie. Press unwrapped Hershey's Kiss into the caramel. Let cool before sampling.

Nutrition Information:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0 Total Fat: 0g
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49 comments on “Caramel Biscoff Blossoms Cookies”

  1. Oh my, oh my, oh my! I LOVE these. I mean really love them. You knew I would though, didn’t you. I’ve tried so hard to find Biscoff spread around here but just can’t locate any. I found two packages of cookies once … in the clearance bin of a local pharmacy. I’ll keep looking. Heck, Amazon probably sells the stuff.

  2. What a great twist on the classic PB blossoms!! Gooey caramel, can’t say no to that!

  3. Hey Liz, that’s some pretty desserts you’ve got there! Guess you’re all ready for Christmas!

  4. I can never say no to cookies with biscoff – these look amazing Liz! I love the goey vanilla caramel with the chocolate kisses too – sounds so scrumptious!

  5. Oh yum! Peanut butter blossoms are my husbands favorite and a Christmas tradition in his family. I would much prefer the Biscoff version here. I guess we will just have to do both.

  6. These are darling and I know they’re tasty. I could see just popping these into my mouth one after another. I seem to be doing that more and more since Thanksgiving. I need to slow down or my pants won’t fit anymore. Great recipe and so easy. I’ll be sure to make these – perfect for gift giving.

  7. These look absolutely adorable and are so simple to make. Wish I had all the ingredients to whip it up right now.

  8. Big, kissable cookies! Perfect to the Season 🙂

  9. Ohhh I love the double topping – caramel first then press down the Hershey’s! So pretty! I can eat several pieces easily while I am busy talking! Very nice holiday cookies!

  10. Ooooh! Too much yumminess in one cookie! 😀

  11. I AM OBSESSSSSSED! whaaa??! omg pinning!

  12. Awesome! This reminds me of the Kiss chocolate commercial that comes on the TV 🙂 Lovely!

  13. absolutely beautiful Lizzy!!

  14. Your cookies are very pretty Liz! I really like the dollop of caramel:@)

  15. I guess Biscoff is like speculoos? Well a great use of the spread for a sweet looking cookie!

  16. Okay,
    this is it. I’m doing these for my cookie exchange, Liz. THANKS, Sweets. xx

  17. I think I am the only food blogger who has never eaten (or seen) Biscoff! I guess I need to change that because I’m seeing it in so many recipes and these cookies look delicious!!

  18. Danger Will Robinson!!!

  19. Another gorgeous cookie with tantalizing flavours Liz! A beautiful addition to Christmas baking.

  20. What incredible blossoms, I love the caramel and Biscoff!

  21. Yummy, I love those little chocolate tops!

  22. These are so pretty. The caramel layer makes these stand out from the usual “kiss” cookies. I’m pinning!

  23. They look like Kiss cookies, only BETTER!

  24. Love these cookies – so cute and perfect for the holidays! Love how you put caramel first, and then added the Kisses! Yum!

  25. It’s not easy to find way up here but I’m dying to give these a try.

  26. Beautiful recipe Liz! We don’t have Biscoff here in Greece, so we’ll probably have to use peanut butter ourselves but it really looks very good! Thank you for sharing!

  27. Substituting Biscoff for PB is genius, Liz. And so is the dollop of caramel. Yummy!

  28. wow, beautifull blossom shape…
    i always love your photograph scene Liz….
    bow down to you!

  29. I love the layered look of these blossoms… caramel and chocolate are winners. 🙂

  30. I’m definitely adding these blossoms to my baking list! They are so adorable, delicious and perfect for the holidays 🙂

  31. These I know, I can’t resist. Looks so so good and neat. Love the combination and your baking skills.

  32. I spy cookies that would call my name at all hours of the day and night. What a fantastic combo of Biscoff, caramel, and chocolate.

  33. I love blossom cookies, but adding biscoff just takes them to that next level. Really yummy!

  34. Seriously, these are the perfect combination of everything ADDICTING!!! LOVE this one, Liz.

  35. Liz,
    These cookies are perfect for no-chocolate lovers, ooey gooey caramel with Biscoff spread, instead. I’ll have to make these for my son.

  36. There is so much wonderful going on here Liz! Love all the changes to make to these cookies.

  37. I have a jar of precious Biscoff spread I’ve been hoarding since my last trip to Trader Joe’s, just waiting for the perfect recipe to come around… and this one sure looks like a good candidate! Love the addition of caramel to the mix, too. You can go wrong with a little gooey caramel, after all. 🙂

  38. I’ve been trying to educate people about Biscoff, but a lot of people still haven’t heard of it. I should bake them up a plate of these and educate them again 😉

  39. These look gorgeous and the list is fabulous!

  40. Lizzy,
    I love Biscoff Blossoms and caramel. Wish I had some now.
    Annamaria

  41. What a really fun blossoms, love the flavors. These will be a great addition to any Christmas cookie baking list!

  42. Lovely looking cookies. “Tis cookie season!

  43. Liz I love partying with you, by now you know that. I adore you, and your gorgeous cookies. Happy Holidays lady. Bring on more cookies, I freaking love your cookie recipes.

  44. Another great choice for our family cookie exchange! Love this recipe…looks delicious!

  45. So easy to make and just as cute as can be!

  46. I am absolutely in love with the idea of these cookies! I’m totally going to have to try them!!!! ASAP!

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