3-Ingredient Biscoff Bread Recipe (Made with Biscoff Spread)

I love recipes with minimal ingredients. That is why I’m resharing this 3-ingredient Biscoff bread recipe for Day 19 of the“A Dessert a Day ‘Til Christmas 2021″ series. It’s simple and delicious!

3 ingredient biscoff bread recipe

When I travel on airplanes, the only two snacks that I like are salted nuts and the Biscoff cookies. Recently, I was asked to help promote Biscoff’s “Spread the Love” contest where readers can vote on the top recipes or uses of Biscoff Spread. (Did you know that Biscoff has a spread made from their cookies? Well, they do…and it’s good!)

My first thought was, “What can I make with it?” Since sweets are primarily reserved for desserts at our home, I decided to bake a dessert with it. Then, I thought, “What dessert starts with a “B” (for alliteration purposes)? Brownies!

Well, I started out trying to make brownies, but by a happy accident, I ended up creating more of a bread-like baked good. Anyway, I cut it up in bars and the boys gobbled them down. The Biscoff Bread Bars ended up being one of the best food discoveries that I have made in a while.

I found the initial recipe that I adapted these bars from at Oprah.com. The original recipe was for brownies and was created by Marcia Kiesel and Liz Pearson. I changed 1 of the 3 main ingredients since I don’t count salt and water as ingredients. I also changed the directions and cooking time. (Basically, I just borrowed the eggs and flour!)

Biscoff Bread Recipe

bread bar recipe with biscoff spread

That’s it! You can visit the Biscoff site for more Biscoff Spread recipes and/or vote for your favorite “Spread the Love” contest finalists on Facebook.

Biscoff Spread is a sweet, creamy spread made with Biscoff Cookies. Try this delicious European alternative to peanut butter or chocolate spread. Vote for the best photo in Biscoff’s “Spread the Love” contest and you could win a year’s supply of Biscoff products!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Biscoff. The opinions are all mine.

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{This post has been updated and republished. This recipe was originally posted on January 10, 2016.}