Biscoff Stuffed French Toast


I am currently in the Pacific Northwest for a week attending my husband’s family reunion. It’s the first time all his siblings (five, including himself) and their parents have been together sice our wedding four years ago. I’m frantically putting together some posts so I can keep publishing while I’m away.


I think I’m one of the last people in the country to try Biscoff spread. I had tons of the cookies in Europe (they were served with every cup of coffee and tea we ordered). The spread is ah-ma-zing. Caramel, cinnamon comfort. And when added to french toast and served for breakfast? It made my entire day.

original recipe

Biscoff Stuffed French Toast

Biscoff Stuffed French Toast


2 eggs
2 Tbs milk
½ tsp vanilla extract
2 dashes cinnamon
2 dashes salt
4 slices of bread, about 1 1/4" thick
2/3 c biscoff spread
2 Tbs butter


  1. With a whisk, beat the eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and salt in a shallow bowl. On the bottom side of each slice of bread, cut a slit, making sure not to cut through the other sides of the crust. Pipe the biscoff spread into each pocket of bread. (I used a piping bag and a #10 tip, but you could also put biscoff in a zipper seal bag and snip off a corner and pipe that way.)
  2. Melt butter in a skillet over medium-high heat. Dip both sides of each bread slice into the egg mixture. Cook in the skillet until browned, about 5 minutes on each side. Remove from skillet. Let cool for 5 minutes before serving.

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Sweet Comments:

  1. This looks amazing! I think I will surprise my husband with this one day next weekend!

  2. Oh yes please I will take two for breakfast. Love Biscoff!

  3. Oh my gosh, this looks amazing, I am literally drooling over my laptop!

  4. I loved the picture. I am really gonna make this now! Yum Yum !!!

  5. O-M-G… this looks sinfully delicious! And your pictures look like they came straight out of a magazine… amazing as always!

  6. Holy cow! I still haven’t tried Biscoff spread…I’m pretty sure I really am the last person on this planet at this point. I hope you guys have an awesome trip!!

  7. wow, talk about the best reason to wake up in the morning!

  8. Great Post! I have an art director friend I used to work with in Atlanta that just loves the stuff and sent her the link. Nice work!

  9. Looks good, but what is Biscoff and where is the recipe for it? thanks!

    • Kokocooks says:

      Carol, Biscoff is two things: 1) a cinnamon-caramel flavored spread similar in texture to peanut butter, and 2) a crispy cookie with the the same flavors. The recipe for the french toast is below the text in the post.

    • I have never heard of biscoff, it sounds delicious ,where do I buy it?

  10. Carol Ann Gregg says:

    This looks amazing. I recently got a sample of Biscoff spread and loved it. Now I REALLY need to find a jar of it in the store. My husband and grandkids will love this. It would be great for those with issues with nuts (therefore can’t eat peanut butter).

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