How to make Speculoos Cookies:

On a trip to Belgium, I discovered this unique yet classic cookie, the Speculoos Cookie, which has flavors of gingerbread, although it’s oh so much better.  Traditionally, these “biscuits” were handed out to the children around Christmas time, as the cookie-cutter used to shape them was of St. Nicholas.  They are now becoming a popular cookie around the world, as Delta Airlines passes out Biscoff cookies, which are Speculoos cookies and also become Speculoos Cookie Butter.

Makes: around 40 cookies

Speculoos Cookie Recipe:

Adapted from BeerAdvocate Magazine: Cuisine à la Bière | May 2011 | Issue #52

For other Beer Cookie recipes, check out my Cookie page.

 

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A traditional cookie from Belgium, that is similar to gingerbread, but with more cinnamon and a spice called grains of paradise, giving a touch of pine | citrus.
Servings Prep Time
40 cookies 10 minute
Cook Time
14 minute
Servings Prep Time
40 cookies 10 minute
Cook Time
14 minute
Home Brew Chef
Speculoos Cookies
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A traditional cookie from Belgium, that is similar to gingerbread, but with more cinnamon and a spice called grains of paradise, giving a touch of pine | citrus.
Servings Prep Time
40 cookies 10 minute
Cook Time
14 minute
Servings Prep Time
40 cookies 10 minute
Cook Time
14 minute
Ingredients
Speculoos Spice Blend Ingredients:
Servings: cookies
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Instructions
Speculoos Spice Blend Directions:
  • Measure out the cloves, grains of paradise, ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg and place into a spice grinder or clean coffee grinder; blend together until a fine powder is created. Not all of this spice blend is used in one batch of cookies, but it is a great substitute for a pumpkin pie spice blend.
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