For this cookie butter recipe I combine several of my favorite spreads into one ultimate cookie butter. This is an indulgent treat that is great for gifting.
I love to experiment with different combinations and flavors of cookie butter. Ever since I made my Nutella Cookie Crumble Spread I’ve been working on creating what I think is the ultimate cookie butter and I’m so excited to finally share it.
I pretty much haven’t had a cookie butter that I didn’t like so, of course, I wondered what it might be like to combine several different kinds into one cookie butter. So, that’s what I did – I took some cookie butter, peanut butter, Nutella and Oreos and combined them to make this decadent cookie butter.
I worried that it would be overkill, combining so many spreads. But you can actually taste each and every one. And the peanut butter keeps it from being too sweet.
This cookie butter recipe combines three of my favorite spreads and Oreo cookies.
- ½ cup peanut butter
- ½ cup Nutella
- ½ cup Biscoff cookie butter
- 6 Oreos
All you do is place all the ingredients in a food processor and blend until it’s all thoroughly mixed.
How to Store Homemade Cookie Butter
I like to store my cookie butter in mason jars, but any airtight container will work. Because all of the ingredients are shelf-stable you can keep your cookie butter at room temperature.
Ways to Serve Cookie Butter
Mr. K. loves this cookie butter and I think he’d just eat it straight from the jar if I let him! So, here are some other ways to eat cookie butter…
- Spread it toasted English muffins, bagels or toast
- Use as a dip for fruit like strawberries and apple slices
- Scoop it with pretzels or chips for a salty-sweet treat
- Spread it on waffles for a breakfast treat
- Use it to make Cookie Butter Chocolate Cups
We both really love this cookie butter, but I’ve had to hide the jars and restrict them to “weekend only” so we don’t eat it all in one sitting.
Ultimate Cookie Butter Spread
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- 1/2 cup Nutella
- 1/2 cup Biscoff cookie butter
- 6 Oreos
- Put all ingredients into food processor and blend until thoroughly mixed. Store in canning jars.
The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.
You may have already seen this on the blogosphere or at Trader Joe’s, Kirbie, but if not, here’s a shortcut for two of the ingredients:
I actually just saw this yesterday, but after I had already made mine. I need to go get some!
How absolutely sinful–if only my jars of cookie butter would last long enough for me to transfer it from the spoon to the food processor! I used to make cookie butter from scratch, but I have the same problem of getting any of it from the food processor into the actual jar….this does look delish, though!
haha, I did do a lot of “tasting” while making this
will add this to the list of things to try.
but mine wirl be biscoff less.
Oooh this is definitely a weekends-only treat. I’ve mixed PB & nutella before and really loved it, never thought to throw cookie butter into the mix as well! 🙂
It’s even better with cookie butter! I used the chunky one so I would get the speculoos cookies along with the oreo cookies
This looks so gooooooood. It’s a shame I cannot allow myself to keep Nutella in the house….
No Nutella in the house?!