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Aldi has released a $ 4.99 Cookie Butter Spread to rival the popular Biscoff

‘Give Me a Spoon’: Aldi Launches $ 4.99 Cookie Butter Spread That Rivals the Popular Speculoos – And Shoppers Can’t Get Enough

  • Aldi Australia has released a special cookie butter in creamy or crunchy
  • The $ 4.99 product is very similar to the popular Biscoff cookie spread
  • A number of clients design tasty recipes including the cookie item
  • Aldi sometimes also sells the Dutch speculaas spread, which is also tasty
  • It is made to spread on butter but can also be whipped into a dessert mousse

Aldi Australia has released a $ 4.99 Cookie Butter Spread that rivals Biscoff’s popular European version and customers are already designing desserts from it.

The delicious product was released in early September as part of the store’s weekly Special Buys, and since then shoppers have been praising the pantry treat for being nearly identical to the foreign version.

Cookie butter is a food paste made primarily from gingerbread and caramel-flavored cookie crumbs, fat, flour, and sugar.

Aldi Australia has released a $ 4.99 cookie butter spread that rivals the popular European version Biscoff

Aldi Australia has released a $ 4.99 cookie butter spread that rivals the popular European version Biscoff

In Biscoff's case, the ingredients are mixed until they become spreadable on a sandwich, with countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands and France eating it as an alternative to nut butter and chocolate spread.

In Biscoff's case, the ingredients are mixed until they become spreadable on a sandwich, with countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands and France eating it as an alternative to nut butter and chocolate spread.

In Biscoff’s case, the ingredients are mixed until they become spreadable on a sandwich, with countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands and France eating it as an alternative to nut butter and chocolate spread.

In Biscoff’s case, the ingredients are mixed until they become spreadable on a sandwich, with countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands and France eating it as an alternative to nut butter and chocolate spread.

Aldi sells the Biscoff variety for $ 5.50, but it usually sells out in stores, so this has become a great alternative for those who miss it.

A woman who bought a jar of both the soft and crunchy cookie butter “ on a whim, ” took to Facebook on Sept. 22 in search of recipes.

‘Did I impulsively buy this one … Yes. Do I regret my purchase … Heck no! Will I go back and buy some more … Yes! Recipes anyone? Right now the only recipe I have is a spoon, ”she said.

'Did I impulsively buy this one ... Yes. Do I regret my purchase ... Heck no! Will I go back and buy some more ... Yes! Recipes anyone? Right now the only recipe I have is a spoon, ”she said

'Did I impulsively buy this one ... Yes. Do I regret my purchase ... Heck no! Will I go back and buy some more ... Yes! Recipes anyone? Right now the only recipe I have is a spoon, ”she said

‘Did I impulsively buy this one … Yes. Do I regret my purchase … Heck no! Will I go back and buy some more … Yes! Recipes anyone? Right now the only recipe I have is a spoon, ”she said

It wasn't long before hundreds of Aldi customers responded with their suggestions, many of whom said they made the purchase themselves

It wasn't long before hundreds of Aldi customers responded with their suggestions, many of whom said they made the purchase themselves

It wasn’t long before hundreds of Aldi customers responded with their suggestions, many of whom said they made the purchase themselves

It wasn’t long before hundreds of Aldi customers responded with their suggestions, many of whom said they made the purchase themselves.

‘Melt it over ice. It will come out a little harshly, ”one person said.

Put it in a cheesecake. I can’t think of anything more delicious … and I do that with speculoos, ”said another.

A third added: ‘I slice the apple and dip it in it. Delicious. Over the top pancakes is great too ‘.

This is how you make a lasagne dessert with cookie butter paste

1. Beat 600 ml cream with two tablespoons of sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla extract until soft peaks.

2. Place a layer of herb cookies in a bowl, divide over half of the cream mixture.

Melt your spread cookies in the microwave until soft and runny, then drizzle about 1/2 cup over the cream mixture.

4. Place another layer of spice cookies on top of the cookie paste and divide the rest of the cream mixture over the cookies.

5. Drizzle more biscuits over the cream and use a knife or skewer to spin a pattern.

6. Put in the fridge for a few hours, preferably overnight. It’s very sweet, I add berries in the middle layer too.

One woman shared her recipe for cookie spread lasagna that caused waves online

One woman shared her recipe for cookie spread lasagna that caused waves online

One woman shared her recipe for cookie spread lasagna that caused waves online

A few people said they had become ‘addicted’ to the spread in recent weeks, warning against buying too many pots at once.

Don’t buy these from ALDI! WARNING!!! Don’t know what kind of spell is on them, but you will crave this and you will have to wait a year before you can buy them again. It happened to me twice, ”said one woman.

‘I don’t buy anymore !! I bought two pots and ate them all alone, just like Miss Piggy !! Then read how many calories and nearly had an attack, ‘said another.

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