- Both Biscoff Cookies and Biscoff Spread do not contain any nuts and are produced in a facility that contains no nuts.
- Biscoff Spread is packed in a facility that packs other products that contain hazelnuts. Our packer guarantees 0% contamination for Biscoff Spread with any other products that contains nuts. Biscoff Spread is packed in a separate dedicated line and is never packed on shared equipment used for other products containing nuts.
- Biscoff Crumbles are packed in a facility that processes eggs, nuts, peanuts and sesame.
Biscoff cookies are crunchy bites of goodness that remind me of graham crackers. The spread is heaven on a spoon.
I saw a recipe on the web for homemade peanut butter ice cream and converted it to Biscoff Ice Cream. I hope you enjoy it!
Biscoff Ice Cream
- 2 cups half-and-half
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup Biscoff spread
Pour half-and-half and sugar into a medium sized pot. Heat over medium heat and mix until sugar is dissolved.
Remove from heat and add Biscoff. Mix until well blended. Allow mixture to cool.
Place in refrigerator for at least two hours.
Pour into ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer's directions.
This recipe only makes about 3 cups of ice cream. It is VERY rich (and loaded with calories). It should be savored slowly.