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Biscoff gets a mention on Miss USA Pageant
June 8, 2014
Giuliana Rancic, Thomas Roberts and Tiana Griggs (Miss Georgia) mentioned Biscoff Cookies on Miss USA Pageant 2014 that was aired on June 8th live on NBC. We are thrilled to learn that Giuliana Rancic and Thomas Roberts love Biscoff Cookies! A big thanks to Tiana, Giuliana and Thomas for this wonderful mention!
Biscoff on Oprah's Conversation Starters List
May 11, 2014
Biscoff Cookies made the Oprah's list of Conversation Starters, How to Break the Ice - at 12th spot! This list was featured on Oprah.com website.
Time to settle in for an eight-hour flight—and share your Biscoff cookies with your seatmate in 28D.
17 Airline Snacks We Want to Eat Right Now - Travel + Leisure Magazine
May 1, 2014
Biscoff Cookies made the Travel and Leisure Magazine's List of "17 Airline Snacks We Want to Eat Right Now!
Biscoff Cookies, Delta Air Lines
In Belgium, this slightly gingery, caramelized-flavored shortbread (called speculoos) is eaten to honor St. Nick at Christmastime. On Delta, this cookie sweetens even Styrofoam-cup coffee (and the carry-on of many a traveler).
Al Roker mentions Biscoff on The Today Show
December 12, 2013
Al Roker is a fan of Biscoff Cookies served on Delta Air Lines, and in this video he mentions that a special presidential Biscoff should be served on Air Force One. This video is an excerpt from The Today Show aired on NBC on December 12, 2013.
Biscoff Spred featured in Food Network Magazine
December 1, 2013
Food Network featured Biscoff Spread in an article Tittled "Know It All: Cookie Butter". Here is the introduction paragraph to this informative article. Make sure to click on our pdf document to read the entire article.
For decades, peanut butter was the only spread in town. Then, in 1983,Nutella came to the United States, and America went nuts over the chocolate-hazelnut combo. But now another spread has taken over: cookie butter. Also called speculoos spread (it's made from finely ground Belgian speculoos speice cookies), it looks like peanut butter but tastest like gingerbread - and we can't seem to get enough of it.