5 Ways to Eat Cookie Butter (Besides Straight From the Jar!)
We all love licking cake batter right out of the bowl. We even love eating raw cookie dough before we decide to stick it in the oven (be careful with that one!)
Cookie butter is like the best of both worlds. You get to enjoy the creamy, buttery, sweet taste without the hassle of baking and it’s basically like eating cookie dough, but better and with more flavor options.
Here are 5 Creative Ways to Make Your Cookie Butter Into the Perfect Snack
Red Velvet Cookie Butter Milkshake Pops
That’s right. Vianney Rodriguez loves cookie butter and came up with her own cookie butter Milkshake pops you’ll just love. All you need is two cups of milk, a ½ cup Red Velvet Cookie Butter Spread and 3 scoops of vanilla ice cream.
Add the three ingredients into the blender, pour into your favorite popsicle mold insert sticks and freeze until they’re ready to serve. Then voila! You’ll be enjoying your creative frozen treat in no time.
Snickerdoodle Cookie Butter Morsels for All Your Baking Needs
Need something other than chocolate chips to add to your next cookie or brookie baking session? Aimee from the Shugarysweets blog wanted just the same. Here’s how you can create your own Snickerdoodle Morsels. First melt your favorite kind of white chocolate into a bowl. Next, mix in the creamy Snickerdoodle spread and distribute the mix onto a lined baking sheet and refrigerate. After a few hours you can remove the sheet and break up the pieces into little bits to add to any batter!
Create A Snickerdoodle Cookie Butter Glaze
Ever baked donuts? How about brownies? Need something extra glorious to add on top? Trust us, when you try this new sweet topping, it’s going to send your taste buds wild. Laura Wright from The First Mess teaches us how to get it exactly right. You’ll need ¼ cup Snickerdoodle Cookie Butter Spread, 1 cup powdered sugar, 2 tsp maple sugar, 3 tbsp of milk and a splash of vanilla extract.
In a small bowl, use a spoon to mix everything but the milk, it will turn into a paste-like texture. Add the milk and stir a bit before switching to a whisk. Whisk the ingredients until it makes ribbons and looks more like a glaze. Add on top of a cake, donuts, or brownies!
Green Matcha Cookie Butter Chips for your White Chocolate Cookies
We’re hungry just thinking about it, and honestly, it’s too simple not to at least try! Rachel Cookies was really on to something when she spread the world about a cookie butter surprise. All you need is ½ cup Green Matcha Cookie Butter. Using a ziplock bag, with a small cut in the corner (or if you’re a pro, using a piping bag) fill the cookie butter inside and dot small lines of Match Cookie Chips onto a baking sheet. Then simply leave it in the freezer for about a day and boom! You’ve got your very own Matcha Cookie Chips that aren’t even out in store!
Cookie Butter Fudge No Bake Cookies
Baked by an Introvert brought the world an unbelievable gift, through her we’ve now got no bake cookie butter cookies that’ll make your eyes drool. The recipe is simple, calling for 1 ½ cups sugar, ½ cup milk, of 10 tbsp of butter, which are to be boiled for 1 minute.
After that, stir in ½ cup Snickerdoodle Cookie Butter and 1 tsp of Vanilla until it’s all melted in nice and smooth. Lastly add in 2 ¾ cups quick cooking oats and let it thicken for about 2 minutes. After that you can start scooping about 1 ½ tablespoons at a time onto a baking sheet and leave them for about 30 minutes to harden. Smile and enjoy!