September 3, 2011

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Perfect for Peanut Free/Nut Free lunches: Biscoff Spread

Do you have allergies, or know someone who does have peanut allergies?  Well I would like to introduce you to Europe's alternative to peanut butter.   Biscoff Spread is a sweet creamy spread made with Biscoff cookies (57%). Enjoy it just like a chocolate spread or peanut butter.   It is a must-have item to add to every back-to-school checklist, mom-invented Biscoff Spread is a great way to get creative with school lunches and snacks this year. Introduced to US retailers this spring, Belgian-born Biscoff Spread is a delicious “spreadable” version of the world-famous Biscoff Cookies (the caramelized crisps served on every Delta Airlines flight). A low-sugar, all natural treat, the spread is nut-free, making it the perfect peanut-butter alternative for those with nut allergies.
I recently was sent a jar of this spread to try with the family.  I love Biscoff cookies, so I was excited to try the spread and it did not disappoint.  The kids and hubby agreed too, they love it.   With my oldest starting Kindergarten, I did not want to send peanut spreads to school, in fear there may be a child in her class with an allergy.  Her first day she had a packed goldfish bread sandwich with Biscoff Spread and loved it.  Heck this momma could not be left out and had to pack one herself for lunch!

Biscoff cookies now come in a spread! With the sweet flavor of Biscoff and the creamy consistency of peanut butter, it's no wonder this delightful spread won a national recipe competition in Belgium. Try Biscoff Spread on bread and baked goods, as a dip for fruit, or served warm over ice cream. You'll quickly understand why it's become a favorite European alternative to peanut butter.

Biscoff Spread is made with over 57% Biscoff cookies and is known as 'Speculoos Pasta' in Europe.

Ingredients: Biscoff 57% (Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oils (contains one or more of soy bean oil, sunflower oil, palm oil), Brown Sugar, Leavening (sodium bicarbonate), Soy Flour, Salt, Spice (cinnamon)), Canola Oil, Sugar, Emulsifier (soy lecithin), Citric Acid.

ALLERGEN Info: Contains wheat, soy. 

You can order on line here and only pay $5 flat rate shipping.   You can also find in your local stores too.   

To create unforgettable, lunchbox-approved meals this back-to-school season, try these new teen-friendly recipes from Biscoff, or throw in a Biscoff Spread mini-cup for easy lunches on the go (makes a great dip for mini carrots, apples and celery too!). Biscoff’s back-to-school recipes are easy and delicious; kids can even help mom prepare them. For a retail location offering Biscoff Spread near you, click HERE. Full recipes below.

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