Sunday, January 1, 2012

Biscoff Cookie Bark

I wanted to make something easy, but yummy, to usher in the new year and remembered Trisha Yearwood's "Mama'a Sweet and Saltines"  recipe from last year.

I planned on using graham crackers instead of saltines, but when I went to my pantry there were no graham crackers to be found:( I peeked in further and spotted some Biscoff cookies:)  They would be a perfect substitute, maybe even better!

I was right!


I only had one package of cookies, so cut the recipe in half. It comes together in a snap and is dangerously delicious!  I just may have had to hide it from my husband:)


What could be better!?!  Biscoff cookies covered in a melted butter~brown sugar mixture(toffee-like), and a generous layer of melted choclate to top it off. Sprinkle with a colorful dose of confetti sprikles and you're ready to ring in the new year! 

Biscoff Bark
(Mama's Sweet and Saltines from Trisha Yearwood-adapted)

Yields: 10 servings



8.8 oz. package of Biscoff cookies (I had about 4 left over to munch on)
1 stick unsalted butter
1/2 cup light-brown sugar
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
multi-colored confetti sprinkles 1. Preheat oven to 425F. Line a large rimmed cookie sheet with aluminum foil and the cookies (I sectioned off half of a large jelly roll pan to accomodate only one pkg. of cookies).


2. In a medium saucepan, melt butter and brown sugar together and bring to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and pour over cookies, covering them evenly. Put cookie sheet into oven and watch closely. Bake for about 5 minutes, or until just bubbly.


3. Remove from oven and pour chocolate chips over cookies. When chips begin to melt, spread them over ccookies with a knife. Transfer pan to freezer for 15 to 20 minutes, or until completely cold. The chocolate-covered cookies will form a solid sheet; break into pieces and store in an airtight container.

ENJOY!

Happy New Year!!!



24 comments:

  1. Sue! I am not even kidding you that I made my own version of Biscoff Bark for a family gathering this weekend! We are sugar sisters!! ;)

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  2. This is the second time this week I've see biscoff biscuits....but what the heck are they?? I've never seen them before! Hard to believe there is a cookie out there I haven't tried!
    I think I need to run to the store.
    (cause these look yummy and I need to try them!)

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  3. This looks incredible. I love anything with toffee-like goodness. I have yet to try biscoff cookies but I hear Trader Joes has a similar cookie. I have a new recipe just up and a great giveaway so be sure to visit me again this week :)

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  4. This is a delicious looking bark! If Trisha Yearwood saw it she just may decide that it's just as good (if not better) that Mama's Sweet and Saltines!

    Happy New Year Sue ~ wishing all the best for you and your family throughout 2012

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  5. oh GOSH this looks so good. Makes me think of the oh so yummy biscoff cookie from delta airlines that everyone just loses their mind over when flying....do you want a cookie or pretzels...Seriously, do you have to even ask..COOKIE! Happy New YEar to you, Sue, you have been such a huge source of smiles here at my house if you only knew!

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  6. OMG ... and I have a package of unopened Biscoff in my pantry . THANKS FOR THIS POST !! Lorna lputm@hotmail.com

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  7. These look amazing! I already love the Sweet and Saltines bark, so if this is anything similar ill probably love it.
    -Miranda

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  8. What an awesome idea! I'm drooling thinking about the taste. Pinning!

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  9. Happy New Year, Sue! Best wishes for you in 2012 and many years to come!

    These are great chocolatey cookes to kick start the year, thanks!

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  10. Wow. Awesome bark idea. Thanks!

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  11. Whooo-eee, those sound wonderful, Sue! I have had the saltine version, but using grahams or biscoffs sounds like a whole new level of deliciousness. Hope you had a great New Years!!

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  12. What a clever idea and a completely new item altogether! :D I like bark and the idea of making it with cookies sounds delicious and so dunkable in a cup of tea :) Happy New Year Sue! :D

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  13. delicious looking bark (and colourful too)

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  14. fantastic, and I'm a huge Biscoff fan :)

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  15. OMG...with the Biscoff craze all over the blogosphere, these are definitely rock stars! SO clever to use Biscoff in lieu of graham crackers or saltines! I wish I could try some now!

    Wishing you and yur beautiful family a happy, healthy, wonderful and amazing 2012! xo

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  16. What a GREAT idea Sue!!! Loving this!

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  17. I love the idea!
    Sue, I wish you and yours a joyous and blessed 2021!
    Angie

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  18. Need, want and have to have this bark.

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  19. Ooh, this looks so yummy! ^^ I need to try this soon!

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  20. Those look awesome. I have never had Biscoff cookies. It seems I might be missing out!

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  21. This does look delicious! It just so happens I have just discovered these lovely biscoff cookies too. Can't wait to try this.

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  22. OH WOWEEEEEE!
    I want the whole tray! I wish I could buy Biscoff in my supermarket...
    they don't sell it I would have to order online.
    It's probably better for my hips that they don't :)

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