White Chocolate Chip Speculoos Cookie Dough

Now before I get any emails berating me for including a recipe like this one on a healthy food blog, (yes, it happens), let me just say this: not every. single. morsel I put in my mouth has nutritional benefits. Sure, I love nutrient-packed salads… in fact, I’ve been averaging about 3 massaged kale salads a week; but this post is not about salad.


This post is about cookie dough.

Speculoos cookie dough!

Stuffed with white chocolate chips!

In a single serving size!

That’s safe to eat raw!

Yes, I’m excited ;).

Aren’t you?

Sweet white chocolate pairs beautifully with the gingersnap-like flavor of the speculoos spread, and each bite of this addictive cookie dough is utterly blissful.

With this recipe you can safely indulge in raw cookie dough without making a huge bowlful.

Kinda perfect, right?!


White Chocolate Chip Speculoos Cookie Dough

by Lauren Zembron

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: 0 minutes

Keywords: dessert vegetarian white chocolate cookies cookie

Ingredients (1 serving)

  • 2 Tbsp speculoos spread (I used Wafels & Dinges; Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter or Biscoff spread would probably both work)
  • 1/2 Tbsp pure maple syrup
  • 3 Tbsp whole wheat pastry flour
  • a few drops pure vanilla extract
  • 1/2 Tbsp milk, optional
  • 1 Tbsp all-natural white chocolate chips, such as Sunspire


In a medium mixing bowl, combine the speculoos spread, maple syrup, whole wheat pastry flour, and vanilla extract. Using a handheld electric mixer, beat the ingredients together until well-combined. If the mixture is too dry, beat in the milk (I used the milk).

Fold in the white chocolate chips.

Nutritional information will vary depending on what brand of speculoos spread you use

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19 thoughts on “White Chocolate Chip Speculoos Cookie Dough

  1. I think part of a healthy balance is walking on the wild side now and then. No shame in it! It’s all part of the balance. That sounds delightful. I love doughy cookie flavors.

  2. Well it’s not really unhealthy. Speculoos spread and white chocolate? Okay. But the other stuff sounds healthy to me. :)

    Anyway, this looks fantastic and I love that it makes a small amount! I need recipes like this. I just made granola bars (a non-healthy version) and they were so insanely good that I ate almost all of them. Now I’m in bed and can hardly move. So I appreciate recipes like this one. :)

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