Made with a blend of Biscoff, brown sugar and cream cheese, this Biscoff Cheeseball is the ultimate in snacking decadence.

Made with a blend of Biscoff, brown sugar and cream cheese, this Biscoff Cheeseball is the ultimate in snacking decadence.

Yep, that’s a cheeseball. Made with Biscoff.

Not long after I started blogging, people all over the internet were posting recipes with this mysterious “Biscoff.” It sounded wonderful. Beyond fabulous.

The problem? Biscoff hadn’t yet made its way to my middle-of-the-continent city.

But a couple of months ago, when I was wandering around World Market looking for fig jam for this pizza, the skies opened, angels began to sing, and I spotted Biscoff sitting on the shelf, begging me to buy it.

Made with a blend of Biscoff, brown sugar and cream cheese, this Biscoff Cheeseball is the ultimate in snacking decadence.

I quickly realized what all of the hubbub was about.  Biscoff might quite possibly be the best thing I’ve ever eaten.

Well, one of the best things.  I do like to eat, after all.

Aaaaand, about a week after I found Biscoff at World Market, my Wal-Mart started carrying it also.  Which is totally awesome, except for the fact that it’s much too easy to access–meaning I could easily go through a jar in a week.

This cheeseball is a.ma.zing. It’s smooth and creamy, and if you serve it with apple slices, it’s even kind of healthy.

Okay, not really.  But I don’t care.  It’s that good.

Made with a blend of Biscoff, brown sugar and cream cheese, this Biscoff Cheeseball is the ultimate in snacking decadence.

And, since we’re talking cheeseballs here, here’s my favorite one (this is what goes on behind the scenes when I’m attempting to take photos):

Biscoff Cheeseball
 
Ingredients
  • 1 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened
  • ¾ cup Biscoff spread
  • 3 tablespoons brown sugar
  • ½ cup each: white chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips
Method
  1. Using an electric mixer, beat together cream cheese, Biscoff and sugar until creamy. Place mixture on a large sheet of saran-wrap and bring corners up to shape into a ball. Freeze until solid, approximately 1½ hours.
  2. Sprinkle white chips and milk chocolate chips onto a flat plate. Unwrap cheeseball from the saran wrap and roll in the chips, pressly firmly to adhere.
  3. Freeze ball for another 2 hours. Serve with fruit and/or graham crackers.

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