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Biscoff Cookie Butter Pretzels

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biscoff pretzels

Why is it that, no matter how much you give your kids, they always want more?

You say, sure, have a cookie. They respond, “Can I have two?”

You say, yes, your BFF can come over for a few hours. They say, “Can she come over all day?”

You say, let’s skip washing your hair tonight, it’s late, we’ll wash it tomorrow. They beg, “Can we skip tomorrow too?”

Give an inch…take a mile, right?

As I type this, my daughter is sulking around moping. She’s boooooooored. She has noooothinggggg to doooooooo. I am spending a few minutes catching up online and making a mile-long Walmart list for first thing in the morning. Oh, and then I’m going to go put dinner in the oven, wash her hair, put sheets on my bed, and put away two loads of laundry. I didn’t get around to that this afternoon because we spent 3 hours taking Jordan to see the community theatre production of The Little Mermaid, where I spent $30, packed snacks but got two popcorns since she didn’t want to share.

Now I kind of feel like having a tantrum. Or making a tray of brownies. Or more of these pretzels, since they are loooooong gone.

Biscoff Pretzels

Back before Christmas I was trying to think of ideas for what to make for the school office staff and Jordan’s teacher. I didn’t want to make something baked, because, well. They get a lot of baked goods from everyone. Plus, I wanted something super easy I could do in a few minutes flat.

I went to my BFF Google and found these pretzels over at Averie Cooks. They were fast, easy, and made in the microwave. SOLD. But you know me…I have to change every recipe I try. My mind immediately went to the jar of Cookie Butter (Biscoff) I had in my cabinet. And, since Cookie Butter and white chocolate are BFFs, it was a natural progression to these: (Biscoff) Cookie Butter Pretzels {with White Chocolate}.

Seriously, they are made in the microwave. Heat and stir. Repeat twice. Pour on some cookie butter and white chocolate chips. Microwave. Stir. Spread. Sprinkle with nonpareils. Sit on hands waiting for them to cool. Eat enormous amounts and bag them up quickly so you don’t eat them all before you give them away. The end.

And yes, I put rainbow nonpareils on them at Christmastime. It’s, like, the food bloggers curse: I can’t post red and green after December 25th…so everything I make after December 15th is dressed plain for every day.

biscoff pretzels

These pretzels are the perfect snack. Expect your kids to ask for more.

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Servings: 5 cups

Biscoff Cookie Butter Pretzels


  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup Cookie Butter or Biscoff
  • 2/3 cup white chocolate chips
  • 5 cups pretzels
  • Sprinkles — for decoration, if desired


  1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Place Cookie Butter or Biscoff in a small bowl and microwave for 30 seconds. Set aside.
  3. Place oil, cinnamon, and sugars in a large microwave safe bowl. Add pretzels and toss to coat. Microwave on HIGH for 1 minute, stir to coat. Heat another 1 minute, stir to coat. Repeat for a third time (total 3 minutes cooking time).
  4. Pour heated cookie butter and sprinkle white chocolate chips over pretzels. Heat in microwave for an additional 45 seconds to aid in melting the chocolate. Stir carefully.
  5. Spread pretzels on prepared cookie sheet and sprinkle with a generous dose of sprinkles. Chill until set. Store pretzels in an airtight container.

Cookie Butter Pretzels - a sweet and salty snack that's perfect for parties!

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  1. I’m so glad you love them, Dorothy! The Biscoff sounds like a great idea – considering I just made homemade Biscoff this week, I am in an abundant supply with it and I should use it with some pretzels…just what I need. Ha!

    These are one of my hub’s fave treats and he talks about them all the time and for the 5 mins it takes to make, I love them too ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for trying them!

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  3. I love anything with cookie butter/biscoff. ANYTHING. So I’m pretty sure I would eat all of these. By myself. And I hear ya on the give an inch they want a mile syndrome. I feel your pain ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I just love Averie’s recipes–did you see her recent one for PB cookie butter? I made a variation on it with orange-zesty gingerbread cookies from the holidays, and it was sooo good! I can’t wait to post it soon. I will definitely use that to make these delish-looking pretzels!

  5. Since I love eating pretzels dipped in Bisocoff I know this would be right up my alley!

  6. These look delicious! I really need to try this Biscoff stuff…..

  7. I thought dipping pretzels in cream cheese frosting was addicting. Cookie butter pretzels!!! Brilliant.

  8. Dorothy, I am about to lick my screen! I love Biscoff and these look amazing! I love the idea, I can’t wait to try it!

  9. I just got a new jar of Cookie Butter as a gift AND I found Biscoff at the local Fred Meyer. Win.

    This is on my “To try” list!

  10. Biscoff anything is a total win. These pretzels look sooooo dangerous to me, because I know I couldn’t stop eating them!

  11. When I got the email from you about these, I couldn’t wait to get over here and snag the recipe. Thanks. Now, I casn’t wait to try them!

  12. i am so tempted to go into the kitchen right now and make these! Will definitely be making these soon ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. These kinda sorta look AMAZING, Dorothy!! When I saw Averie’s recipe I may or may not have licked my computer monitor in frustration because I wanted them so dang bad. But upping the ante with Biscoff? You truly know the way to my heart.

  14. How many pretzels? A whole bag?

  15. I have been dipping pretzels in Biscoff…you are a genius to COAT them in chocolate Biscoff!!! I’m thinking these would be very dangerous to have around me…I KNOW I would eat every last one!!!!

  16. I’m in awe of you people who manage to take care of little human beings AND a blog. I bow down.

  17. MMMMMMM I think I want to go home and make these! Sweet & Salty is always the PERFECT combination in my opinion plus they are easy. LOVELY!

  18. No. Just no. I have everything to make these . . . I want to make them and eat them all SO BAD. Damn it, Dorothy.

  19. Amazing! These look so delicious and I’m so happy they’re simple to make. Great idea!

  20. Oh Mom you just don’t know how hard it is to be sooooo boooorrrrred! I know that phrase all too well! The kicker is he 20!!!! These pretzels look very addictive! Thanks so much for Linking up at Show Me Your Plaid Monday’s!

  21. What a fun new way to use biscoff.

  22. Ohhh…I love salty and sweet together! Yummy!

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  24. Ok I made these last week and they are delicious! I am a little obsessed with cookie butter so I used popcorn with this recipe too. Only the only ingredients I used were the cookie butter and white chips. The popcorn was equally delicious, definitely recommend trying it! Thanks for the awesome recipe!

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  28. I think I am the only person remaining who has yet to try Biscoff. I’d never even heard of it until I started blogging a few months ago…WHERE ON EARTH HAVE I BEEN?! Buying a jar is at the top of my to-do list, and when I finally do, making these pretzels will be at #2… ๐Ÿ™‚

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  32. Thank you for sharing. I made these for work and they were a huge hit! I thought others should know because most comment, just to say they’re trying it, not that they necessarily made it. Can’t thank you enough!

  33. Are these supposed to actually set up and get hard? I made these yesterday and they taste wonderful but they never got set up enough to not get all over your fingers. They kind of did in the fridge but when they got back to room temp they were back to being soft and the coating comes off on your fingers. Wondering if you had same experience.

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  35. Have you ever made these w/o the cinnamon? I know the cookie butter contains cinnamon, but the chocolate h cinnamon doesn’t sound appealing. Thanks!

  36. I was out of white chocolate chips, so I used peanut butter chips. They were delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

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