It’s been a while since the popularity of Traders Joe and Biscoff Cookie spread and yes this post is way too behind but I guess, it’s okay to be late than never post it at all.
Traders Joe and Lotus has been spreading sweetness not just in the United States but all over the world but reading the labels, i actually found out that it was not originally made in the United States but in Europe. This popular cookie spread originated in Belgium and Netherlands and i guess just like the famous words, the rest is history.
Peanut butter has been a part of many breakfast in thousands of homes but this cookie butter is indeed far more yummy than the usual peanut butter.
But whose better? Trader’s Joe Speculoos or Lotus Biscoff?
Made with crushed biscuits, you can actually feel the cookies when you eat them. I chose the crunchy cookie rather than the sweet one since we are not really into very sweet taste.
The first time you dig inside the bottle, you will not yet notice the bits of cookies but upon eating it, you will certainly feel the cookies melting and crunching in your mouth.
You can see that the color of the two cookie spreads are different. Both has the same calorie content, but of course you have to think about your health and not indulge too much. But don’t worry because both of them claims to have “no artificial flavors and preservatives”.
I have read that Lotus Biscoff is a combination of coffee and butter which seems the perfect reason why my taste but prefers it. Another thing is , Biscoff cookie spread is more tastier and creamier, you can look at the picture above and below.
Although it’s not as affordable as the peanut butter, you can find distributor or even supermarkets selling this two spread now, so i guess the price are already getting competitive and the masses can able to afford it.
Both are delicious and tempting and great to spread on pancakes, waffles, sandwiches and even if you want a speculoos or Biscoff cake perhaps. Or you can also add this to your favorite viand just like what I have recently cooked.
So, what do you think is the best among the two? Be the judge or better yet, let me repeat this phrase from Trader’s Joe, “all you have to do is taste it to understand” .