We were a little bit more cautious approaching this version of Biscoff cookie (RM35 for 5, RM65 for 12), because we already figured in our heads that a Biscoff stuffed cookie is mostly cookie filling inside another cookie. That concept in itself is probably not to our liking already.
BUT we decided to give this cookie type another try, thus ordering from @btterbakes. And guess what, we were pleasantly surprised!
We were given caution beforehand that these cookies aren’t meant to be “gooey” or “oozy” on the insides so that helped to set expectations. But in the end it didn’t matter, because the taste of the speculoos were just right, and there were small melty chunks in between the choc chips too!
We tried them heated up as well, upon the baker’s recommendation, and we found that the end result was just a bit dry so maybe that isn’t absolutely necessary.
The cookie itself was also very much to our personal tastes in terms of sweetness and also texture. It was the right mix of chewy and crispy, without heading into cakey/brownie territory. There’s a nice crust on the bottom too, which gives it a further textural thumbs up.
According to the baker, each cookie is 80g, we don’t know how that compares in weight with other cookies but in terms of choc chip quantity and cookie size, they do seem to be good for value.
Overall, this cookie did help to redeem the “biscoff cookie” concept for us. Which is as well, seeing as the month if September is almost ending, and with it soon, our biscoff hunt.