These Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies are a delicious and nutritious breakfast option! The recipe is super simple and it’s done in just 15 minutes.Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

I am so excited to be celebrating my sweet, precious friend Jenny today. You guys know Jenny from her blog Picky Palate where she posts her fun and creative kitchen creations — from outrageously decadent and dreamy desserts to simple, family-friendly weeknight dinners.  She’s also got a cookbook coming out this fall with even more of her amazing recipes! Jenny is the sweetest, kindest, happiest person I know. She is a true inspiration to me, and I’m so honored to call her a friend. Jenny is expecting a new baby boy any day now, and we couldn’t be happier for this sweet, glowing mama! Today a few of us got together to throw her a “virtual surprise baby shower” and celebrate Jenny and her new bundle of joy. Happy Baby Shower Day, Jenny!! We love you girl!! xoxo

So let me tell you about these cookies! You know how Delta serves Biscoff cookies on their flights? That’s the best part about flying Delta, right?! :) A few weeks ago on a US Airways flight, I was served blueberry cookies. They were very similar to Biscoff cookies, but they tasted like a blueberry muffin! I was immediately obsessed with them, and had to come straight home and make blueberry cookies. I am SO in love with the blueberry, cinnamon, and Biscoff combination in these cookies! And of course, the best part is that you can eat them for breakfast! I mean, they’re basically like a blueberry muffin. In a cookie. :)

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

We’ve got your basic cookie ingredients here: flour, baking soda, salt, butter, eggs, vanilla, sugar and brown sugar, along with our fabulous extra ingredients that make these cookies shine: dried blueberries, Biscoff spread, cinnamon, and white chocolate chips.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

Oh, glorious Biscoff! If you’ve never had Biscoff, I would highly recommend seeking it out! My grocery store carries Biscoff right next to the regular peanut butter. It even comes in a creamy and crunchy variety, just like peanut butter. It also goes by the name Cookie Butter at Trader Joe’s or Speculoos Spread is its generic name if you see that anywhere. It’s got the consistency of peanut butter, but it tastes like sweet, cinnamony graham crackers. Total. Heaven. I am a huge fan of peanut butter, and you know I love all things sweet, so this is totally right up my alley. If you like toasted peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, try making one with Biscoff! The warm gooey biscoff, with the crunchy bread, and the sweet jam.. Oh my gosh. But let’s get back to these cookies.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

How to Make The Best Breakfast Cookies

Add 1/2 cup each of white sugar and brown sugar to a bowl, along with 1 stick of butter and and 1 cup of Biscoff.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

I am a firm believer that there is seriously nothing better than butter and brown sugar.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

Beat on medium speed for 3 minutes until well combined, then add 1 egg and 1 tablespoon of vanilla, and beat for 2 more minutes.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

Meanwhile combine 1 3/4 cups flour, and 1/2 teaspoon each of salt, baking soda, and cinnamon. Whisk it all together to combine. Add to wet ingredients and beat on low speed until just combined.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

Now it’s time for the good stuff! Add in 1 cup of white chocolate chips…

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

And one cup of dried blueberries. Stir until just combined.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

Scoop onto a cookie sheet and bake at 350 for 10 minutes.

Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

These are soft, chewy, dreamy, and delicious. Hope you enjoy!! :)

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Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 8 large cookies 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: American


These Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies are a delicious and nutritious breakfast option! The recipe is super simple and it’s done in just 15 minutes.



  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, softened
  • 1/2 cup light brown sugar, packed
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup Biscoff Spread
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1 3/4 cups (210 grams) all purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 cup dried blueberries


  1. Add butter, sugars, and Biscoff to a large bowl. Beat on medium speed for 3 minutes. Add egg and vanilla, and continue to beat for 2 more minutes until well combined.
  2. Whisk together flour, salt, cinnamon and baking soda and add to wet ingredients. Beat on low speed until just combined. Add white chocolate and blueberries and stir until just combined.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees F for 10 minutes.

Picky Palate Surprise Baby Shower Bloggers

Here’s a sample of all the bloggers celebrating Jenny today. Take a peek at all the delicious treats they’re bringing!

Amanda • i am bakerSpecial Cake for a “Picky Palate”
Angie • BakerellaBaby Faces
Averie • Averie Cooks Chocolate Banana and Biscoff Graham Bars
Bev • Bev CooksHorseradish Deviled Eggs
Bridget • Bake at 350Cute as a Button Cupcakes
Cheryl • TidyMomSalted Caramel Cupcakes
Gaby • Whats Gaby Cooking Blueberry Buttermilk Cake
Heather • Heather’s DishPerfect Pancake Bites
Julie • The Little KitchenMixed Berry Mint Slushies
Shelly • Cookies and CupsOreo Pop Baby Rattles

And a huge thank you to our amazing hostess Marla {Family Fresh Cooking} for putting this together!

Congratulations Jenny!!

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65 Responses
  1. Francesca

    Hello Amanda – wow, such a lovely blog you have. Thank you for sharing your lovely recipes. I live in England and I am not sure if Biscoff spread is available here sadly – could you recommend using something as a substitution? I have seen that someone asked about almond butter; is there anything else that you think could work? Thank you for your help and thank you so much for sharing your talents and stories :)

  2. Kathy

    I’m not familiar with Biscoff. I’ll check for it at local stores. I was wondering — since blueberries and almonds work well together, could almond butter be substituted for the Biscoff?

  3. BinomialBaker

    This is such a sweet party! These cookies look amazing. I only have Cookie Butter, but I am going to try this recipe out! Thanks for sharing :)

  4. Terry

    Good morning! Yesterday while reading your blog I noticed another blogger down at the bottom of the list lor the virtual baby shower ~ it was The Bainbridge Bridge. I meant to add her to my favs so when I came back today to click on it ~ it was gone from the list. How do I find her blog again? Thanks and WDE!!! Terry

  5. Anina @ Aninas Recipes

    Wow, this looks like a breakfast treat for EVERY DAY! Love all the biscoff recipes all over the place right now! Wonder if I can sniff it out in Johannesburg???

  6. Teresa

    Your pictures are so amazing!
    These scrumptious cookies look just like cookies you and Jenny would create TOGETHER!
    I just love following along with the two of you!
    You’re such adorable SWEET friends!
    Can’t wait for Jenny’s bundle of JOY to arrive!
    Love her to pieces…and you too!
    I’ll be posting my treat for Jenny’s shower as soon as the new blog design is ready!
    So sorry I wasn’t able to post along with everyone else today!

  7. Amanda

    Seriously some of my favorite foods in the world… white chocolate… blueberries… cookies! You have a triple threat here my dear. They are going on my “must make” list!

  8. Kathy - Panini Happy

    The next time you’re in NYC, be sure to add the blueberry cookies from Momofuku Milk Bar to your dessert crawl list! They are unbelievable. I love your addition of biscoff – that’s a twist definitely worth trying! :-)

    1. Amanda

      Had one a few years ago with Jenny, Maria, and Lori! Maria had just found out she was expecting little baby pea! :) We tried their Compost cookies, Crack Pie, birthday truffles, and cereal milk ice cream… Shoot, I think we tried one of everything, lol! :)

  9. Rachel - A Southern Fairytale

    Okay, confession time: I’ve never flown Delta and I’ve never had Biscoff ;-( I’m feeling left out :-)

    These look AMAZING Amanda and they sound soo yummy! I love that y’all are doing this for Jenny!

  10. Tasha @thatssoyummy

    Oohhhh love the combo, looks like a great breakfast cookie… and who said you couldn’t eat dessert for breakfast! ;-)

  11. JulieD

    Love, love!! I adore biscoff spread…I love that you combined it with blueberries. I hope I get to try those blueberry cookies soon on a flight. :)

  12. judy

    Hi Amanda..not sure if it is my computer issue or not, but lately, some of your text on the page is coming out squished…can’t read what it says. Can you offer any help on this or is it something on my computer? Thank you!

  13. bridget {bake at 350}

    Wow….love, love this flavor combo! So creative! This was such a fun idea, Amanda….so happy you and Marla put it all together!

  14. Gaylynne A

    Hey Amanda,

    I have to say these cookies sound great. We still make your monkey bread for my teenagers and their friends and your chicken enchiladas have become a regular around our place. I first met you on Scrapjazz and got introduced to your recipes, and scrapbook ideas, and photo tips…LOL So glad to see things are going well for you… Keep the yummy recipes coming, my family is always anxious to try something new! Thanks, Gaylynne

  15. elisa

    Hi there-these look delicious and i love that you use dried blueberries so this recipe can be made all year.

    Don’t you find TJ’s cookie butter is a tad more delicious than the Biscoff Spread?

    thanks for all your great recipes.

    1. Amanda

      I have them both, but I can’t tell the difference between them… Sounds like a side-by-side taste-test comparison is in order :)

  16. Kari w.

    Those look yummy!! Is the font you used to write “breakfast cookies” one of your free fonts? If not where is it, I’d love to use it in my scrapbooks!! I’d also like to that you for all your tummy post and beautiful pictures!! Have a great week….

  17. Averie @ Averie Cooks

    LOVE what you made, Amanda, and that you used Biscoff in your recipe, too! Mmmm, I bet Jenny will love these (I know I do!). And I agree, there is nothing better than butter and brown sugar. Or those dried blueberries or white choc chips — perfect flavors!!

  18. Angie @ Big Bear's Wife

    I wonder if I could get away with eating these for breakfast? I mean they are called “Breakfast Cookies” ;) Lovely addition to the baby shower list!

  19. Marian (Sweetopia)

    Wow, these look awesome! Need to pin these to my ‘To try Recipe Board’. Thanks for organizing this lovely surprise baby shower for Jenny! xo

  20. Thais

    Congrats to Jenny!!! Biscoff Spread….OMG. I just saw that at the market yesterday for the first time and wondered what it was. I am stopping on my WAY TO WORK to buy some. Dear Darling Amanda….I love all your posts but I truly miss your babies; I can’t even remember the last time we saw Miley and Howie. I have fallen in love with Boston Terriers. My friend asked me to take care of her BT, Mugsey Foley the Good Humor Ice Cream Man, when she goes out of town, and of course I said YES!!!

  21. Kelly

    WOW,, these look wicked! I’ve tried a few of the other recipes you have posted and all have been a hit. I can’t wait to try these..yummmo!

  22. Jenny Flake

    Girl!!! You know I’d be all over these cookies! They are just my type and in fact, I am going to make them this week :) Love you!! Thanks for your sweet words, can’t wait to see you soon! xoxo

  23. Jen @ Savory Simple

    She is lucky to have friends like all of you. I am really enjoying all of the Biscoff treats floating around right now! I love these.

  24. Erin @ Texanerin Baking

    Fun! So nice that you all are doing this for Jenny. I would have never thought of combining Biscoff and blueberries but these look amazing. And ooh… white chocolate! I’m down for white chocolate anything.

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