I love Biscoff Cookie Butter when I’m craving sweets, and this Biscoff Cookie Butter steamer is a delicious drink to warm up on a cold evening!
Dear Winter, I want you to go away. I’m tired of cold toes and biting wind. I’m sick of the confusing temps here in Tennessee, where it can be in the twenties in the morning and the fifties in the afternoon in February, so I have no idea how to dress to leave the house for work. I’m fed up with being electrically charged up so I have to touch my husband’s hand before I can kiss him, I crackle every time I move around on the couch, and my cat literally sparks when she crawls out from under our fleece throw blanket.
I will admit, however, that there are a few things that I don’t mind about you, Winter. I don’t mind sweaters…actually, I look forward to putting a t-shirt under a cable knit. I don’t mind leggings or knee socks or zip-up knee-high boots. The best part of winter is snow days, of course, since I am totally in love with unplanned days off from work when I get to pretend I’m a full-time blogger. The second best part of winter, though, is winter food, specifically soup and hot drinks.
I’m a coffee lover, of course, and I look forward to few things more than my weekend afternoon cup of coffee…but at night time I go for sweet drinks. Hot cocoa, of course, and hot tea from time to time, but I like to switch it up from time to time and make something a little fun. Like this Biscoff cookie butter steamer.
I talked about my love for Biscoff Cookie Butter (⬅️affiliate link) when I made this Biscoff cake for Philip’s birthday last month (and I swear this isn’t a sponsored post…I just really love Biscoff cookies (⬅️also an affiliate link) and cookie butter). There is just something warm and satisfying about the rich, spicy cookies, and I love to dip the cookies in coffee so the end of the cookie softens and contrasts with the crispness of the portion of the cookie that hasn’t been dipped in the coffee.
And cookie butter? Well, cookie butter can do anything that peanut butter can do (anything sweet, anyway…don’t try to make any Thai cookie butter sauce), so why not use it to its full potential? To make this Biscoff Cookie Butter steamer, I just slowly whisked hot milk into cookie butter until it was fully incorporated (a steamer is essentially hot, flavored milk that doesn’t contain chocolate or coffee). You can top it with marshmallow creme or whipped cream or you can leave it untopped. I tried sprinkling some Biscoff cookie crumbs on top the first time I made this, but they turned to sog immediately so I don’t recommend it. However, I would definitely not discourage you from dipping some Biscoff cookies into your Biscoff Cookie Butter steamer. Do it. Just DO IT!
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Yield: 1 serving
2 minPrep Time:
5 minCook Time:
7 minTotal Time:
- 2 tablespoons Biscoff Cookie Butter (or other cookie butter)
- 1 cup milk
- marshmallows, marshmallow creme, or whipped cream, for serving (optional)
- Place the cookie butter in the bottom of a mug large enough to hold at least 9 ounces of liquid.
- Heat the milk in a saucepan over medium-low heat or in the microwave (I microwaved mine for two minutes).
- Pour about 1/4 cup of the milk into the cup and whisk with a small whisk* until the cookie butter and milk are completely combined. *If you don't have a whisk small enough to fit into your cup, do this in a larger cup, bowl, or saucepan with a larger whisk. A spoon will not accomplish what you need it to accomplish here.
- Add the remaining milk and whisk again until completely combined. Top with marshmallows, marshmallow creme, or whipped cream if desired and serve immediately.