Biscoff Pretzel M&M Cookies

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Sometimes I think it’s a small miracle that Biscoff ever makes its way into the mixing bowl.  Seriously, how addicting is this stuff?  I can’t even tell you how many times I pick up a jar with every intention of baking with it only for it to end up on a spoon…  I finally managed to pry myself away from the jar long enough to make Biscoff pretzel M&M cookies with it this week and I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out.  It’s one of those recipes where you better get those photos fast because they’re going to be gone in a snap!

Aside from a spoon, the other thing I love to pair with Biscoff is pretzels so it only made sense to add some pretzel M&Ms to the mix.  You can add any type of M&Ms you wish, but I’m telling you – the salty crunch paired with the cookie butter is where it’s at!  These are also the type of cookies that bake up soft and chewy in the middle and slightly crisp around the edges, also know as the type of cookies you can’t keep your hands off of!

The most important thing to remember about these cookies is to make sure that dough is well chilled when they go in the oven to make sure they keep their shape & bake evenly.  As long as you do that, you’ll be face to face with something like this.

Biscoff Pretzel M&M Cookies | ButtercreamBlondie.com

You’ll also want to remember to take the cookies out about a minute before they’re done this way they remain soft and chewy even when they cool.  I portioned these out to 2 ounces each and kind of shaped them like you would a burger – I hope that makes sense!  If not, you can check out these cookies to see how I shape them.  These are the perfect afternoon pick-me-up with a cup of coffee. Actually, these are pretty perfect any time of day – any day of the week :)  They’re also great for sharing if you can bring yourself to part with them! Have a great weekend!

Biscoff Pretzel M&M Cookies | ButtercreamBlondie.com

Biscoff Pretzel M&M Cookies

Yield: 16 (2 ounce) cookies

Ingredients

  • 4 ounces unsalted butter, room temp.
  • 1 cup light brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup Biscoff
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 & 1/4 cups AP flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup pretzel M&Ms

Instructions

  1. Cream butter and sugar till light & fluffy.
  2. Add in Biscoff & cream well.
  3. Add egg & vanilla extract.
  4. Add in all dries.
  5. Mix in M&Ms.
  6. Wrap dough in plastic & refrigerate a few hours – over night.
  7. Portion dough into 2 ounces each. Bake at 325 degrees for 18-20 minutes.

Notes

I added half the M&Ms to the dough & let the mixer crush them up. Then I added the second half and just mixed them slightly this way you get a variation throughout of pieces as well as chunks.

Make sure dough is well chilled when cookies go in the oven to make sure they keep their shape & bake evenly.

Take cookies out of the oven when they are about a minute form done.

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27 Responses to “Biscoff Pretzel M&M Cookies”

  1. 1

    I have been known to dip pretzels straight in the Biscoff jar. Even better when they’re white chocolate dipped pretzels!!

  2. 2
    Sandra says:

    I won’t even buy it because it is way too much temptation. I’ll just drool over these lovelies!

  3. 3

    I want these so much, even more so since I’m starving!

  4. 4
    Carol says:

    Mmm, the cookies look great..but what the heck is Biscoff??

    • 4.1
      bblondie says:

      Thanks Carol!
      Biscoff is a spread made with Biscoff cookies. Biscoff cookies are thin, crispy cookies with a slight cinnamon-y flavor.
      Good stuff to bake with or just on a spoon ;)

  5. 5

    Ooooooooh I love Biscoff and I KNOW I’d looooove these cookies!!!!

  6. 6

    You had me a Biscoff! I love the sweet and salty!

  7. 7

    I LOVE sweet and salty together and I totally understand about the spoon… :)

  8. 8

    I love Biscoff and worked into cookies with M&Ms, even better!

  9. 9
    Liz says:

    Your first sentence was my first thought when I saw what kind of cookies you made. Between eating the Biscoff straight up AND sampling the dough, I don’t know how many cookies I’d have! I think I better just make a double batch :)

  10. 10

    I really need to try biscoff, eh?! Man oh man, these cookies look like major awesomeness!

  11. 11

    These are my ULTIMATE cookie. Everything I need in one little hand-held bundle! YUM!

  12. 12

    Biscoff and pretzels…what a fabulous combination! Such a happy looking cookie too! Love these, Meghan!

  13. 13

    I still have not tried Biscoff! Go ahead, you may judge me. But it looks like I need to try it asap because everyone loves it!

    xo Jackie

  14. 14

    Biscoff, pretzels and m&ms?!! You’re an evil genius!

  15. 15

    All in one cookies?!? I’m afraid I need a dozen to go, please? :D

  16. 16
    Rosie says:

    Oh yum, your cookies look so good!

  17. 17

    haha! i always want to bake with it, but never seem to have it around because my spoon made it to the jar first!
    these look so good!

  18. 18

    Biscoff is truly one of this world’s greatest inventions, lol! I will take a whole dozen please!

  19. 19
    Terra says:

    Biscoff is truly a dangerous treat! Thank goodness you had some left to make these lovely cookies:-) Love your addition of pretzels, they really do sound fabulous! Hugs, Terra

  20. 20

    Licking it directly off of the spooon is my favorite way to eat. It’s so good! These cookies sound amazing. Pretzels, M&M’s–what’s not to love?

  21. 21
    Sara says:

    The flavor of these cookies is marvelous! Against my better judgement, I left them in the oven for an entire 15 minutes at 325. When they were warm, they were soft and chewy, but as soon as they hit room temperature I swear i could have broken a tooth. Problem solved with a few seconds in the microwave, but if I make these again, I’d take them out at 12 minutes maybe.

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