COOKIE BUTTER

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Some things money can't buy, for everything else there is COOKIE BUTTER. Imagine almond butter with crushed up gingerbread cookies in it...is your mouth watering? Well it comes in a spreadable form and goes great on pretzels, toast, not to mention a spoon and pairs great with a sweet tooth. Add a dash of sea salt and you're entering taste bud heaven where it doesn't rain cat's and dogs, but only sweet and salty. Let's make it rain!  This jar looks great in the pantry, on a night stand, kitchen table, and empty. Grab a jar today, you won't be disappointed. 

Get nutrition information for Trader Joe's Cookie Butter.

Call me skinny, but a guilty pleasure is what life is all about right?

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50 comments:

  1. And it makes the most delicious fudge....making it for Christmas gifts. On batch number 10 tonight.

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  2. I had it in homemade eggnog ice cream. Oh my. Amazing. And no Trader Joe's in the area has any. I need some! :)

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  3. The Westwood store had it once but has none now.

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  4. I have a new favorite food called Cookie Butter and it was love at first bite! However, today I found out that Trader Joes in Indianapolis is OUT!!!!!! A sad day......

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    1. It's back on shelves!!!

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  5. I've heard good things about this! I really need to check it out. Add it to my ever growing list of things I want to try at Trader Joes.

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  7. All TJ have been out. The supplier couldn't keep up with demand. But it is back on shelves now, I found it on the new arrivals wall about a week ago!

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  8. Try Cookie Butter with Trader Joe's peanut butter pretzels, nothing like that combo.

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  9. Where do I get it? D: Amazon comes up with nothing.

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  10. The Trader Joe's in Silverdale doesn't have it and nobody knows when it will return. What gives?

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    1. cookie butter is in the silverdale, TJ's bought some today!!!

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  11. It's back on the shelves!! :-)

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  12. tasted it at Trader Joe's in Chico on Sunday (4/1). Yum!!!!

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  13. When is coming back on shelves in los angeles!!??!

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  14. Just bought some in Cerritos, CA yesterday! (4/12) NOMLICIOUS!

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  15. Just bought some tonight at the TJ's on 3rd and La Brea in LA!

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  16. I'm addicted to this sinful treat!

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  17. I spread it on a rice cake. Going back to TJ's for multiple jars.....

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  18. STILL can't get this in the UK. What the fuck.

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    1. It's the same thing as spekuloos spread, made by Lotus among others. Surely that must exist in the UK, right? (But probably not at Trader Joe's.)

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    2. Nope. Just some recipe books.

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  19. Are you kidding? If cookies are unhealthy, a spread made of oils, sugar, and cookies are insanely unhealthy. Yes, it tastes good, but at nearly 100 in a tablespoon it's about the same as peanut butter, but without the goodness of peanut butter. Cookies (flour, oil and sugar), more oil, and more sugar.

    Three tablespoons of this, three tablespoons of Marshmallow Fluff, two slices of white bread and the dentist and the heart specialist and the lap band doctor will all become your newest best friends.

    WARNING: KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN!

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  20. Hey Thomas, everything in moderation, right? I haven't tried it, but the reviews sound amazing and with most of Trader Joe's products, especially 2 buck Chuck, it won't disappoint.

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  21. You gotta try everything at least once in life!

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  22. If you have a World Market near you, try Biscoff cookie spread. It's delicious, and from what I read, very comparable to the TJ Speculoos Cookie Butter.

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    1. The Cookie Butter is WAY better. Biscoff tastes very 'commercial' to me for some reason. And just way too sweet/rich. Cookie Butter is rich but more balanced with salty undertones.

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  23. Can I order it online? I have to travel very far to buy it.

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    1. Check out amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Trader-Joes-Speculoos-Cookie-Butter/dp/B006KK4GUO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339011552&sr=8-1

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  24. the Lotus brand makes almost the exact same thing called Biscoff and it can be found at most supermarkets. In the Netherlands and Belgium this spread is known as Speculoos and is so, so delicious!

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  25. So good! My father just brought this back to hawaii from LA and I am obsessed with this stuff. Granted, it's not of the healthiest, but it's a great alternative to a box of cookies! I spread less than a table spoon on warm sqaw bread (squaw: no fat, 70 cal whole grain per slice) (it melts into the bread, and tastes like one massive cookie! I'm probably eating 4/5 more of a single ginger snap with just as much fat… Nevertheless, it's wonderful with a nice cup of coffee. :)

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  26. http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=speculoos&x=0&y=0

    Still nothing.

    Wtf, not only America wants to die fat and diabetic. Send that shit over.

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  27. Spread it on my gf's vajajay and licked it off. Best. Snack. Ever.

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    1. I imagine you would have to spread it there to mask the smell and taste of funky fish she has!

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  28. Get a couple of Cheez-its, put a dab of cookie butter between the two and dip it in melted chocolate that you get from TJ's 1lb bar collection that they store in the shelves above the freezer aisle. It's a fancy variation of peanut butter and cracker sandwiches, without the peanuts if you're allergic like me. It's fast to make and the kids love it.

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  29. SOOOOOO GOOD! I CANT STOP EATING IT!<3

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  30. My hubby brought some back from a recent business trip and this is now on my MUST BUY list for every trip to TJ's along with the PB cups, Asiago Peppercorn bread, two buck chuck and so much more. And yes, not healthy, but in moderation it's ok. We've been making s'mores with cinnamon grahm crackers, marshmellow and omitting the hershey bar for a thin layer of cookie butter. . .yummo! And my kids love dipping apple slices and pear slices in this stuff. . .so many ways to enjoy.

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  31. Can anyone say roughly how much it is?

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  32. It's $3.69 for an 11oz jar, but well worth it... I don't even like ginger cookies, but this is A W E S O M E!!!

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  33. For the record, they found this item because a man used to sell it outside a store in New York. When he refused an offer to have it sold for him, it was taken and replicated without his consent.

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    1. Never refuse an offer when you don't have a patent or copyright.

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    2. Actually, Speculoos comes from Europe and has roots back to the 1800s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speculoos

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  34. It tastes MUCH better than Nutella, that's for sure.

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  35. This is available through amazon.com Heaven on a spoon. remember, moderation is the key if you can restrain yourself.

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  36. It is also available on the DHC website. Don't be alramed that it's cosmetics, etc., just click on the food button!

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