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Biscoff spread + Mascarpone Cheese= Wonderful

mkmccp Oct 25, 2011 04:19 PM

Having purchased a 16 oz tub of Mascarpone but only needing half of it for a recipe, I was pondering uses (other than just grabbing a spoon) for it. I have a jar of the Biscoff spread in my cabinet and thought "hey, this could be something!" Oh boy, it sure was. I am still playing with the ratios but haven't found any unfortunately that taste "bad" , just less "good". Have used this as a dip/spread for honey wheat pretzels, toasted bagels, cookies, you name it. It might even be a good frosting for cupcakes but I haven't tested that yet.

I found Biscoff spread at Giant Eagle at the Waterfront in Homestead, Pa. I have also seen it at Wegmans on Rt 29 in Phoenixville, Pa. for those of you looking for it.

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    HillJ Oct 25, 2011 06:26 PM

    Toasted cinnamon bread plus Biscoff spread plus sliced pears
    Baked apples stuffed with Biscoff spread and walnuts
    Biscoff spread stuffed dried dates
    Biscoff smoothie

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