Crunchy Biscoff Banana Bread

Good news, everyone.  Crunchy Biscoff spread has arrived!  Hooray!  Tell all of your friends.  I’ve been telling everyone I know.  I hope this spread is here to stay because it’s delicious. 

I’ve talked about Biscoff spread on here before, but if you don’t remember, it’s a spread the consistency of peanut butter, but doesn’t contain any peanuts or nuts.  It’s made with ground up Biscoff cookies, sugar and oil, and tastes a lot like graham crackers… but better. 

Biscoff is releasing their new Biscoff Crunchy Spread in April, and they sent me a sample.  It has little bits of Biscoff cookies in it, and I think it tastes even better than the creamy version.  I used this whole jar in two days, in two different recipes.  Must.  Buy.  More.  Biscoff.

I like the flavor of Biscoff and banana together, and my banana bread recipes seem popular on the blog, so I created a Biscoff banana bread. 

Topped with banana chips.  I love the look of dried banana pressed into the bread. 
I was able to use less sugar and no additional fat in the bread because I used Biscoff.  So really there aren’t a ton of ingredients… just Biscoff, banana, sugar, flour, leavening, salt, vanilla and eggs.

The Biscoff spread has cinnamon in it, but you could add some additional spices to this if you desire.  Or, you could add some chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, or peanut butter chips. 

I served this with Crunchy Biscoff spread on top.  Butter would be great, too!  Or, bear with me, what if you spread Crunchy Biscoff between two slices of Biscoff banana bread, then cooked the sandwich in a skillet with butter and made it all crispy…

Crunchy Biscoff Banana Bread

1 cup mashed ripe banana
3/4 cup Crunchy Biscoff
2/3 cup granulated sugar
2 large eggs
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
Banana chips, for garnish (optional)

Heat oven to 350 degrees F.  Coat a loaf pan with cooking spray.

In a large mixing bowl, using a mixer on medium speed, beat together banana, Biscoff, sugar and eggs until well combined and doubled in volume - about 3 minutes.  Beat in baking powder, baking soda, salt and vanilla until combined.  Reduce mixer speed to low and beat in flour until just combined.  Place batter into pan; top with banana chips.  Bake 50-55 minutes or until deep golden brown, well risen, and a toothpick inserted into bread comes out with moist crumbs attached.  Cool on a wire rack before slicing.

Makes 1 loaf


  1. I love Biscoff spread so much!! We have had the crunchy in our Walmart for about a month now!!! Great idea to use it in banana bread!!!!

    1. Oh! Maybe it's been out a while? I didn't see it at our Walmart.

  2. I've never heard of Biscoff! It looks so good...I could really go for some banana bread right about now.

  3. I really like the idea of the banana chips on top. Would it not work with just banana slices?

    1. I think it would work. I think the banana would be mushier than using dried banana, though.

  4. I was OBSESSED with the delta cookies and had no idea they had a spread until the first time you posted about it. We searched all over our area for it in stores until my husband finally surprised me by ordering some on amazon for xmas. I am sooo excited to try the crunchy kind, that sounds even more amazing!!

  5. You are a genius. I LOVE the idea of the banana chips pressed into the top. My banana breads are going to look different from now on.

  6. I haven't even had the smooth stuff! Can't find it here :-(

  7. I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE NOW. Did I mention I'm a biscoff addict who hasn't had it in weeks? I'm FIENDING for the stuff!

  8. Yummmm, I love your banana bread recipes. This looks awesome! I finally found Biscoff spread recently, but still haven't made anything with it. That needs to change...

  9. This looks absolutely incredible! So jealous I have to wait until April to get my hands on some, but I will be keeping this recipe until that day comes!

  10. Yum. I don't think I ever met a banana bread I didn't like.

    I know how much you love your Biscoff spread. You have made me so curious about it. I saw some in Shop Rite recently, but I was afraid to buy it because I'd eat it all. Darn this diet!

  11. I just popped my loaf in the oven... but my batter was more like a dough in it supposed to be or did I do something wrong? I checked and double checked the recipe to make sure i didn't leave anything out but it was thick and kinda sticky, so we will see in 50-55 minutes what happens....

    1. It's bread, so the batter should be really thick. You did well! I hope you like it.

      If it's too dry, you might have had a heavy hand on the flour. I always fluff up my flour with a spoon, then lightly spoon it in a measuring cup.



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