Chocolate Biscoff Pinwheel Cookies

Biscoff Chocolate Pinwheel Cookies vegan

I’m elated to share with you that I’m taking part in Kristy from Keepin’ It Kind’s Cookie Swap Party for the second year in a row! Kristy and her husband Chris are the geniuses behind Keepin’ It Kind, and honestly guys, they are some of the sweetest people you will ever meet. I’m lucky enough to have hung out with them a few times and they are ADORABLE. Seriously. Aside from that, they make a great team of recipe developer/food stylist and photographer.


Last year, I made some Persimmon Oatmeal Cookies for the #cookieswapparty. This year I knew that I’d need to step my game up, and I think I accomplished it with these Chocolate Biscoff Pinwheel Cookies! Did I mention that I had never made Pinwheel Cookies before? Well, I hadn’t and I’m so stoked on how they came out. I brought a huge plate of them to my friend’s holiday party and got some good reviews.

Cookie Photobomb

Oh, my partner Corey taste-tested them and gave them a thumbs up, as well. He and our friend Mark were hanging out with me while I was making them, hence the photobomb by Mr. Mark. 😉


Now go! Go check out the recipe for these holiday cookies over at Kristy’s blog! While you’re there hang out for a bit and take a look at all of the other cookie recipes from some more awesome bloggers.


Filed under Holidays, Sweet Recipes

13 Responses to Chocolate Biscoff Pinwheel Cookies

  1. Jonna Appleby

    Ok what’s biscoff? Looks like peanut butter? But otherwise looks great been looking for specific vegan cookies so thanks post the recipe

    • Jackie @ Vegan Yack Attack!

      Biscoff Spread is a “butter” made from ground up Biscoff cookies, sugar and an oil blend. It has a similar taste to gingerbread but more subtle. Super good!

  2. Send some my way please! yum!


  3. That is such a wonderful idea! I love speculoos and speculoos spread and since the stuff is finally available at German grocery stores I cannot wait to make this recipe!

  4. I can’t believe you had never made pinwheel cookies before, and THIS is what you came up with… You’re a rockstar.

  5. I love biscoff, I remembered eating them in Belgium and it was hard to resist! These cookies look amazing!

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  7. Aglaia

    Biscoff spread is made from what?

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