Biscoff Muddy Buddies

A few weeks ago my son turned one.  The theme for his first birthday party was a puppy theme.  Of course I made a bunch of desserts for his party.  During the next week, I will be sharing some of the food I made for my son’s party and then I will do a reveal post on the all the food and decorations from the puppy party.  I am going to focus on the food aspect of the party but I will post where I got the ideas for some of the decorations I made. 
Since Aaron’s party was a puppy themed party, I had to make puppy chow or muddy buddies.  I had seen so many recipes from other blogs that used biscoff.  It sounded so good, so I knew I had to try it.  Biscoff is cookie butter, it has a similar texture to peanut butter, but it is made out of cookies.  It is so delicious, my husband and I were eating it out of the jar.  If you have never tried it, go and get some, you won’t regret it!
Since traditional muddy buddies or puppy chow is made using peanut butter, I decided to use biscoff instead.  These were so delicious!  Due to the liquidity of the chocolate and biscoff mixture, it is best to refrigerate or freeze these first to harden the chocolate and then put the powered sugar on.  These muddy buddies or puppy chow were fantastic and I loved the taste of cookies that they had.  I hope you try them!
Biscoff Muddy Buddies

5 cups Rice Chex Mix
2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
1/4 cup butter
3/4 cup biscoff spread
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
1.  Pour the chex mix into a large bowl and set aside.
2.  In a microwave safe bowl, combine the semi-sweet chocolate chips, butter, and biscoff.  Microwave for 1 minute, stopping to stir.  Microwave in additional 15 second increments if needed until the mixture is smooth. 
3.  Pour the chocolate mixture slowly over the chex mix, stirring to coat evenly.  
4.  Spread the chex mix mixture onto a cookie sheet and refrigerate for an hour or freeze for 10 minutes or until the chocolate is hardened.  
5.  Meanwhile, pour the powdered sugar into a ziploc bag.  Once the chex mix is hardened break it up then put it into the ziploc bag and shake to coat well.  

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  1. This is the second recipe I’ve come across this week that uses biscoff. I’ve never used it. These look so great! We love Muddy Buddies in our house. Thanks for sharing at Must Try Monday.

  2. I like this :)
    We don’t have here biscoff spread, but I already have a recipe for it.

  3. LOVE. Oh wow, I could eat this all day. YUMMMMMM!

  4. These sound wonderful! I can’t wait to see all your puppy themed posts! How fun!

  5. Biscoff makes everything better! LOVE it.

  6. Super post. I got to this via Mealtime Monday on Couponing and Cooking. I have linked in some bacon and scrambled egg rolls. Enjoy.

  7. I’ve never heard of biscoff, I may need to check it out! It sounds yummy! Thanks for linking up to Tasty Tuesday!

  8. What a great idea and they look delicious. Thanks for sharing at our party this week.

  9. I had to Google what biscoff is? Looks yummy.

  10. OMG, why didn’t I think of these???? We love muddy buddies and I LOVE biscoff! Great combo. Thanks for sharing at Creative Thursday :)

  11. I just love your Muddy Bites, yummy! Hope you have a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  12. I have never heard of biscoff but I am now intrigued! These look really really good! Thanks for sharing this at the party this week!

  13. I love puppy chow! Never heard of biscoff before. Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.


  14. I’ve never had biscoff before and I’m having a hard time finding it at the store. Once I find it, I’m making this! Thanks so much for sharing :)

  15. Holy smokes this sounds good … and describing Biscoff as cookie butter? LOVE!! Thanks for sharing your great recipes at the {what’s shakin’ link party} this week!

  16. Looks interesting. I take it that Rice Chex mix is a cereal and biccoff is a chocolate spread. Please correct me if I am wrong. I would love to try this out but these two ingredients are not available here in India so I will be substituting them. Thanks.

    • Thanks! Yes, the Chex mix is a cereal. The biscoff is not a chocolate spread. It is made using biscoff cookies and looks like peanut butter. You can use a chocolate spread or peanut butter though. I hope you enjoy it!

  17. I have never heard of biscoff/cookie butter before I started blogging, and kept seeing the name everywhere! Well they just started selling it at Target a month ago and I love the stuff. I can’t wait to make this puppy chow :)