Biscoff Caramel Smores

I don’t have to tell y’all that I’m sooo not a “sweets” person. That is not my weakness. If I’m trying to drop a few pounds, that’s not my downfall.

I’m more of a buffalo chicken/pizza/Mexican food with tons of jalapeños type of gal. Not all at the same time, mind you.

But, I do have to admit that the last few times I’ve been on a plane and offered Biscoff cookies, I take them. And I eat them slowly, as I sip my Bloody Mary that’s I’m enjoying trying to put a band aid on my debilitating flight anxiety. Why do I only see these on airplanes? And why are they are so good?

So, that being said, not too long ago I noticed Biscoff spread at my Publix and couldn’t help but be interested. So, I passed by this 100 times or more before finally giving in. See, I pretty much live at my Publix – as a matter of fact I know a lot of them by name and have a favorite sacker.

I wasn’t so much interested in eating it as I was playing with it. As a matter of fact, now that I think about it, my husband says that about me all the time – “You don’t eat! You just cook!”. Why yes, I do eat thank you very much.

I just think maybe he doesn’t pay attention. This recipe has no real story behind it other than I saw the Biscoff, I bought the Biscoff, and making smores immediately came to mind when I brought the pretty little jar home.


My children inhaled them.


My husband didn’t even have a chance.

Bless his little heart.

Here’s your printable –

Biscoff Caramel Smores

Biscoff Caramel Smores


  • 8 whole graham crackers, halved
  • 4 tbsp Biscoff spread
  • 2 cups marshmallows
  • 1 cup caramel, melted (I used a container of caramel dip found in the produce section that you can microwave)


  • Preheat oven to low broil.
  • Spread Biscoff on four of the graham crackers and top with marshmallows. Broil until marshmallows are a tiny bit browned, 1-2 minutes. Remove from oven, drizzle with caramel immediately and top with remaining graham crackers.



This Post Has One Comment

  1. SunnyB @ andloveittoo

    Biscoff is a spread made out of cookies?!? How amazing is that? I wish I had tasted this back in my gluten-full days so that I could figure out a way to make it “Sunny safe” now. Heck…maybe I just need to make “Sunny safe” cookies and turn them into a spread. This sounds amazing. xoxo

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