Some nights you just want a dessert that does not take a lot of prep time. These Biscoff Peach Empanadas start with 3 ingredients and can be done in under 20 minutes.
I know that everyone is looking for easy no bake desserts right now because it is so crazy hot outside. But...I got this idea for an easy pie idea, and I just couldn't wait any longer to make it.
The best part was that I had all the ingredients in my kitchen. So, what did I do? Turned my air down so it was chilly in the house and got to baking. Take that 98* weather!
These crescent rolls with some Biscoff spread and peach pie filling were just as good as I imagined they would be!!! Peach and Biscoff just pairs together so well. But don't take my word for it. You should definitely make a batch of these for an after dinner snack.
I bet they would be awesome with vanilla ice cream on them too. Of course, ours didn't make it past breakfast, so I need you to try it with the ice cream and let me know. Go ahead and splurge! I won't tell!
Time to go get your air conditioning running and to get baking. Make a few Biscoff Peach Empanadas for dessert, and then save the leftovers for breakfast the next day. It's a win win for both meals.
More easy breakfast or dessert ideas:
Apple Biscoff Muffins - apples and Biscoff in an easy muffin...the crumble on top is my favorite part
No Bake Peach Cheesecake Cups - easy no bake cheesecakes made from peaches with a gingerbread cookie crust
Blueberry Danish - crescent rolls filled with blueberry pie filling and a cream cheese filling
More great recipes from around the web:
Chocolate Chip Orange Rolls from Crazy for Crust
Blueberry Peach Crumble from Two Peas and their Pod
I love peaches and this recipe yummy. But I was wondering is there something I can use in place of biscoff. Thanks Linda. Linskiwi55@mail.com
You could do a cheesecake filling like in these rolls. https://insidebrucrewlife.com/cheesecake-nutella-twists/
There are a few recipes I would love to try. However I need to know what is biscoff? Where can I purchase it? I'm sure that my grocery store doesn't carry it. IF they do where would it be located? My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org Look forward to hearing from you.
Biscoff is a creamy cookie spread. It tastes like gingerbread cookies in a paste form. You can buy it at Target or Walmart in the peanut butter aisle.
Wow, I had to find out what the Biscoff Cream was, I found it in the Natural food section of the grocery store. As soon as I got home I opened the jar and tasted it. It is so good. I am going to add a little cinnamon sugar to my peaches. Thanks so much for sharing.
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Hi Jocelyn! I love your peach empenadas! They look so good and I can't wait to try them! I I liked you on facebook and was wondering if you could like me back? thanks!
I tried the Biscoff Peach Empanadas. They are great! It was an introduction to Biscoff Spread for me. Didn't know about that before. I love the cookies but didn't know about the spread. I made them with Country Apple Pie filling and they were great. I think that if I had two cans of crescent rolls I probably could have filled the additional 4 empanadas with the apples I had left over. My wife likes apple pie filling so she is getting rid of the leftovers this time but next time I'm going to try to fill 8 empanadas with the same amount of pie filling. Great recipe though.
I am so glad you tried these and liked them. Isn't the Biscoff amazing?
just wondering what biscoff spread was? ive never heard of that before. let me know so I can make the peach and biscoff on creasent rolls it sounds good and yummy.
Biscoff is a cinnamon gingerbread tasting cookie butter. I buy it at Walmart and Target in the peanut butter aisle. I hope you enjoy the empanadas.