Biscoff, a brand of traditional Belgian cookie, makes a cinnamon-y, gingersnap-type cookie known by many as the airline cookie. Delta hands out millions of these cookies. A few years back, this cookie was translated into a sweet spread good enough to rival peanut butter and Nutella. And now, you probably know it as Cookie Butter and buy it by the cartload at Trader Joe's. (And if you're anything like us, you have trouble not spooning it straight into your mouth, half a jarful at a time.)

While that has meant all kinds of law suits for leading cookie producers (Lotus Bakeries, Biscuiterie Willems and Vermeiren Princeps), it has meant lots of good things for desserts. This spread makes it easy to add Biscoff's addictive flavor into cookie batter, milk shakes and even boozy floats. Check out our favorite recipes below, and godspeed.

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