Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter, Speculoos


This Trader Joe’s cookie butter is an old classic and one of the most popular items of all time at TJs. It comes in a smooth or crunchy version, and has an amazing gingerbread and shortbread spice mixed with sugar taste to it. It’s made from ground speculoos cookies, a Belgian gingerbread shortcrust cookie. This TJ’s cookie butter is almost an exact replica of the original Lotus Biscoff Cookie Butter that comes in the red jar and is sold next to the Lotus Speculoos cookies. Basically, this is a delicious sweet, spreadable treat for under $4 that is uniquely amazing. If you haven’t tried it, pick up a jar and start dipping apples in it, putting it in a sandwich with bananas, putting it on toast, or the most common method- eating it out of the jar with a spoon. And you can worry about the calories later….…….

  • 170 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 14.1 oz
  • Made in the Netherlands

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Speculoos Cookie Butter at Trader Joe’s


TJs cookie butter has gotten so popular over the years that there are now several offshoots of it. At various points in time there has been TJs Cookie Butter Beer, Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter Ice Cream, Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter Cheesecake, and who knows what else. They are almost all universally delicious. I like having some plain old Trader Joe’s vanilla ice cream and mixing it with a scoop or two of the crunchy variety. It turns the cookie butter somewhat hard, but it is a perfect flavor combination. How does everyone like to eat their cookie butter? I can never decide if I like the crunchy cookie butter or the smooth better, but either way I will eat the jar fast. If you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try……

Trader Joe’s Speculoos Cookie Butter 14.1 Oz (Pack of 2)

Price: $3.69



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  1. I forgot that I had leftover TJ’s cookie butter speculoos (lid tightly closed) stored in pantry. Today is April 25, 2022. The bottle states ‘Use by December 2021’. Should I discard this now? I was thinking of using this to bake cookies and brownies. Please advise asap. Thank you.

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