Make Cookie Butter At Home With Four Ingredients

Make Cookie Butter at Home with Four Ingredients

Cookie butter is one of the most popular items from US food chain Trader Joe's. But don't book that airline ticket: you can make it at home with just a few ingredients.

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Cookie butter has the consistency of peanut butter, but tastes like cinnamon sugar cookie dough. OK, we're sold. If you'd like to make it at home, A Beautiful Mess has the recipe — just blend together:

2 cups cookie crumbs

125gm butter

1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk

1/4 cup evaporated milk

water as needed

It's ready to eat as soon it's blended. Trader Joe's makes chocolate cookie butter now, but you can make this from any cookies. When I tested it, cookies that were a few days old worked better, so it's also a great way to reuse cookies that are going a little stale. Check out the link for the details on how to make this delicious treat.

Make Homemade Cookie Butter (with any cookie!) [A Beautiful Mess via Make]


Comments

    Cookie Butter is an actual thing? Man, I know what I am making on the weekend.

      I'd try the one I posted below if I were you. It sounds much nicer than that simple recipe above.

    Helllllllllllllllooooooooooooooooooooo diabeetus...

    I'm tryna slim down so I can fit into momma's coffin. This could be mah re-ward.

    Americans seem to make just about anything a snack food (example - cookie dough).

    I read about this stuff on Serious Eats awhile ago though, the actual spread shown is not just from any cookie, it is a famous gingerbread cookie from the Netherlands called Speculoos. A regular cookie in the spread would not be the same.

    Here's the real recipe: http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/02/sauced-speculoos-spread.html

    Last edited 08/12/14 8:32 pm

      Can't wait to try that.
      Speculaas are a favourite in our house where they are known as windmill biscuits because - c'mon - how DO you pronounce speculaas.

    Eurgh, sounds awful! My teeth hurt just thinking about it.

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