I was going to save this post for my Mom’s birthday, April 8th, but I just can’t wait anymore. This oreo biscoff spread is totally meant for her. She’s an amazing woman with the biggest heart, and I just know that she would love this deliciousness. And it is just that, sweet deliciousness. Oh, and something sweet will be happening on Wed. so do come back. Hint: Anthropologie and a few others could be involved…
It may not be my mom’s birthday yet, but Easter is coming up, and a spoonful of this would only make your Easter celebration all the better. Plus, it’s super easy! Two ingredients is all that it takes, a jar of biscoff and oreos! Mr. Handsome thought I was going a bit overboard when I bought a package of oreos and wouldn’t let him have any. “I have to blend them!” I kept saying. And he would just look at me like, “you are going to ruin an oreo by blending it?!” And then in true Mr. Handsome fashion, he ended up loving it and insisting that everyone who came over try a little. HA! I win again!!!
And speaking of winning, I also won by marrying this man. Our little one lost her first tooth the other day. It was a really big deal at our house. She came bursting through the door after school, squealing and giggling. She smiled big and we all were celebrating/dancing in the kitchen. Later that night she wrote a letter to the tooth fairy. The husband found it first and I was downstairs on the computer (surprise, surprise). He brought the note down to me with a second letter, one he had written pretending to be the tooth fairy. I actually cried. I couldn’t believe how sweet he was, but more importantly I couldn’t believe our little one is old enough to be losing teeth. I just want to keep her little forever. My heart is aching that they are growing up lately. Am I crazy? I really don’t want them to grow up. I dread the day that magic is no longer believed in.
Anyway, the next morning she came bounding into our room, jumped on our bed, eyes wide with wonder and excitement, and proceeded to read us the letter from the toothfairy. Could anything be better than that? I love the pure joy that kids can feel. Gosh, I wish adults could be like that more. Just drop everything and be excited about the wonders of the world. We may know that magic is not real, but in a way there is magic everywhere. Even nature is amazing to go out and experience. I love kids. I love who they are and who they teach us to be.
Oh, and I love this. I love it on pancakes, and toast. I love it with bananas, and on a spoon. 😉 Oh, and just when you first blend it (it works best in a blendtec) it will be drippy and soft, but as it all settles down it will solidify like biscoff again. I could bathe in a jar of this spread.
Will Oreos Hurt a Dog?
Oreos aren’t recommended for dogs.
Chocolate is not good for dogs, and dogs shouldn’t have a lot of sugar.
If your dog just ate one or two oreos, you probably don’t need to worry.
There isn’t enough chocolate in a couple of oreos to cause real harm.
Can Dogs Eat Biscoff?
Biscoff is not harmful to dogs, although sugar is not really healthy for dogs.
So, it’s best not to feed biscoff to your dog.
Oreo Biscoff Spread
- 1 Jar Biscoff Spread
- 16-18 Oreos
- In the twister jar of a Blendtec Blender, or a regular blender add the Biscoff and Oreos.
- Place the twister jar lid on and blend on low, slowly increasing to high speed and turning the lid/scrapers around in the jar to help everything combine.
- Pour into a mason jar and enjoy!
If you don't have a blendtec and your blender isn't working as well, you could blend the oreos alone, and then use a hand held or kitchenaid mixer to blend to two together.
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 0 Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 0g Protein: 0g
More Biscoff Treats