Biscoff Muddy Buddies

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Move over popcorn! There is a new snack in town!

Not really though. It’s not like you have never heard of muddy buddies aka puppy chow. But! We are talking a new flavor today.

Enter Biscoff and milk chocolate.

It’s been 2 whole months since we had muddy buddies to enjoy. It’s a traditional snack around Christmas for us. And popcorn is a go to almost everyday snack. But it was time to shake things up and make something different.

Besides, if you remember from this post, I have 8 jars (well, 5 left actually) of Biscoff cookie spread and I am trying to find ways to enjoy it. Besides via spoon right into my mouth. icon smile Biscoff Muddy Buddies Don’t judge! I know I am not alone! icon smile Biscoff Muddy Buddies

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You want to know why you don’t see a huge bowl in the picture? Because it’s all that was left 5 minutes after I made this. And no! It wasn’t only me. icon smile Biscoff Muddy Buddies Well, mostly but I had accomplices. My girls. Boys are not into Biscoff apparently.

But who’s complaining? We watched “Secret of the Wings” and enjoyed this snack this weekend. We had a blast! Boys were playing Hot Wheels. They are different like that. icon smile Biscoff Muddy Buddies

Let me tell you right quick about this snack. Here is the deal with cookie spread: it’s tricky to use in baking. You have to know it won’t solidify or harden whatever you do. I tried adding coconut oil to it in hopes it would harden. It won’t. So i decided to add some chocolate (hello, never enough chocolate around here!) and see if I can still enjoy the Biscoff flavor. Milk chocolate in my opinion is better here than semi-sweet or dark because it won’t overpower the cookie spread. I added it to taste it, not to just say I used it.

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Biscoff Muddy Buddies

Prep Time: 9 minutes

Cook Time: 1 minute

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 3 cups

Skip the popcorn! Make Biscoff muddy buddies in 10 minutes flat!

Ingredients

  1. 3 c rice chex
  2. 3 Tbsp Biscoff cookie spread or cookie butter
  3. 1 oz. milk chocolate, chopped
  4. 3 Tbsp powdered sugar

Instructions

  1. Place powdered sugar in a medium Ziploc bag.Set side.
  2. Place rice chex in a medium mixing bowl.
  3. Place chocolate in a small microwave safe bowl and cook in 10 second increments until melted.
  4. Stir until smooth.
  5. Stir in Biscoff. Mix well until smooth.
  6. Pour Biscoff chocolate mixture over rice chex and toss to coat well.
  7. Place the chex in the Ziploc bag with powdered sugar and shake until each piece is nicely coated.
  8. Transfer into a bowl and serve.
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So if you need a little jazz in your life, try this version of muddy buddies. And I will tell you right now: double the recipe. It goes fast!

Have a fabulous day!!!

xoxo,

Anna

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26 thoughts on “Biscoff Muddy Buddies

  1. If I could live off of muddy buddies for the rest of my life, I think they would be biscoff muddy buddies. :) These look wonderful Anna! I love biscoff anything!

  2. I’ve never tried Biscoff spread. I think I’m afraid to buy it because I know what I’ll do. I’m certainly not one to judge!

  3. Why is it that “I’m” the only one in the house that eats the snack food? The hubby and boys don’t even seem to notice it…and my daughter just does her own thing. This would be perfect for my book club gathering…just so it doesn’t all go into my tummy :)

  4. Mmmm… yes… move over popcorn. :) I may even mix some salty popcorn with this so I have a salty-sweet treat. :)

  5. I made a similar recipe on my blog with tons of Biscoff and cinnamon chips. It’s still one of my favorite recipes. I crave it all the time. Of course anything with Biscoff is pretty cravable!

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