|Lily is helping with the custard|
This week's ice cream comes from What a Dish! food blog.
I love Biscoff cookies. We call them airline cookies, because the only place we used to see them was on American Airlines flights. The generic name for them is Speculoos.
A year or so ago, I stumbled upon Biscoff Cookie Spread. A peanut butter like spread which is essentially cookie crumbs suspended in fat. What wouldn't I like about that?
So, why not make them into an ice cream?
This ice cream recipe uses both the spread and the cookies.
FYI: Trader Joes sells generic Speculoos cookies and Speculoos spread.
Its' a basic cooked custard for the base. Cookie spread is mixed into vanilla base, crushed cookies are added to the finished product.
For the full recipe visit http://dishingwithdish.blogspot.com/2013/04/biscoff-speculoos-ice-cream.html