Gooey Biscoff Chocolate Chip Cake Bars

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When the kids come home there are certain foods that are a must have. Tacos and Chocolate Truffle Cake fall into that category. As long as those two are in place then I can sneak in a newbie or two. This time around one of the newbies was Gooey Biscoff Chocolate Chip Cake Bars from Picky Palate. The minute I saw them on Jenny’s site the tug of war began. Make them, don’t make them, make them, don‘t make them. If you’ve ever had Biscoff before you probably know how irresistible this stuff is. The first taste is like a powerful drug and no matter how hard you try to stay away from it you are drawn, spoon in hand to its creamy goodness.

My kids are used to me saying “try this” as I shove lovingly hand them something to taste. Not one of them, or anyone else that hung out with us last weekend thought it wasn’t good. Score!! Luckily there is only a quarter of a jar left. Unfortunately it calls to me whenever I’m within five feet of it.

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I think I over baked them a bit trying to deal with my persnickety oven. Do you think that mattered? No, no a thousand times no! I put them in a zippered bag to store them and lo and behold the next day they were soft and chewy. These lovelies are full of Biscoff and mini chocolate chips. Promise yourself that when you eat them you’ll do an extra round of cardio the next day. Unless of course your mom insists you have sack races in 90 degree weather. OMG, I wish you could have seen that one!!! My kids are troopers.

I followed the recipe to the letter and here’s the link. Visit Jenny’s site for a while you will find lots of yummy goodness over there.

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    • says

      They should have a warning label on them. Better yet, keep them under glass along with a sign that says, “Break glass in an emergency”.

  1. says

    Now these look amazing! I’m not surprised they didn’t last long!

    I thought I would swing by and let you know of the new things that are going on in our group (maybe you already know all of them, so I apologise if this is repetitive, I just want to make sure I include everyone!)

    We have a few new, very exciting things coming up in the next few weeks. Starting on August first, it will be the groups 5th anniversary! Paloma has asked for those who can and are willing to participate in a little birthday celebration, to send her a photo of a special cake or bake that you have baked recently, to share on our birthday date. You might like to pop a little 5 candle on it or mention 5 in some way, the choice of bake is yours so it would be great to have you join.

    Paloma has also started a Hospitality Committee, which I am part of and why I am posting this message to your blog… to welcome our new bakers to the group, and simply check in with our other bakers to encourage them to bake and continue with the monthly challenges. It is sometimes hard to stay committed, to take an easier road, to not bake at all, be it over work, families or everyday life. I get it…I long for more time in the day too… But I am here to encourage you to bake, to let me know if you need a break, to be part of this group and enjoy yourself!

    I would encourage you to check in with us through our Cake Slice group on Facebook if you can, stop by for a chit chat, just to say hello, or ask a silly question! That’s what we are here for!

    I look forward to baking again with you soon and am so excited to be part of such and amazing group!

    Hazel @Cupcakery

    • says

      Hi Hazel, thanks for the warm welcome. I’m very happy to be a part of this group. I’m also looking forward to moving out of my baking comfort zone. You guys are great!

  2. says

    OK…so you KNOW I had to Google what the heck Biscoff is!!! I am clueless in Kansas City! :-)

    Those look terrific! You really know how to pull out the stops! I’m sure your kids and their friends regard you as the coolest Mom…even with that sack race stunt you pulled!!!!!! :-)

  3. says

    I fell an extra ten pounds about to adhere themselves to my hips. Thanks a lot. No…seriously…thanks a lot! These look delicious. I’ve never seen Biscoff Spread; I’ll have to search for it at the grocery store. Cherry Kay

    • says

      Hi Cherry, it’s so nice of you to stop by. Yeah those Biscoff bars are dangerous, just having the spread in the house is risky. You’re gonna love these bars!

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