Yes, Cookie Butter. This is from a Trader Joe's Fearless Flyer.
There are ways in which American ingenuity surpasses any other. And yeet, in other ways, we're plaing catch up to other countries. For example, why didn't we invent Cookie Butter? Unfamiliar with Cookie Butter? Please allow us to introduce you to this wonder of Belgian ingenuity, brought to you by rader Joe's.
Trader Joe's Speculoos Cookie Butter is, in its most simplistic terms, spreadable Speculoos cookies. Speculoos cookies are classic Belgian cookies with great crunch, and a slightly caramelized, almost-but-not-quite-gingerbread flavor. (Try our Bistro Biscuits for a close approximation.) After the cookies are baked to a fabulous finish, they're crushed into a fine powder and mixed with magical ingedients (read: vegetable oils) and turned into a smooth, spreadable substance we call Cookie Butter. It resembles peanut butter in color and consistency. Make no mistake, though; this is a treat through and through. Spread it on toast, bagels, pancakes or waffles. Use it as a dip for hunks of dark chocolate or pretzels or (gasp!) veggies like carrots or celery. You could keep it really simple and just use it as a dip for a spoon.
We're selling Cookie Butter in 11 ounce jars for $3.69 each, every day (well, when we can keep it in stock). You'll find it on our grocery shelves.
Oh yummmmmmmm.....a spread of flour, sugar, and vegetable oil we're encouraged to spread over other sources of refined flour and sugar items, probably also made with vegetable oil. Thank the heavens that this culinary advancement has finally made it to America!!!!!!!!