My name is Tessa, and I’m an organization addict. Anyone else with me?
I hate cleaning. Gross gross gross. Tidying and organizing, however? LOVE. Let me loose in a Container Store and I’m in heaven.
Recently I was cleaning out and organizing our pantry and my baking cabinet and found TWO whole jars of unopened cookie butter. SCORE. But I had no idea they were there, which meant I was seriously failing at food organization.
What might have been an hour long organization project turned into a weekend long one, with brand new food storage and containers, and two new shelves added into our kitchen area. If you’d like to see how I organized all of it, let me know! I might do a post on it.
So basically, finding those two jars of cookie butter not only led to my kitchen being the most organized it’s been since we moved in, but also to this Cookie Butter Pudding Pie. Talk about a win-win. Also, that’s how much I adore cookie butter. The stuff is like crack!
If you decide to make this pie (which I hope you do!) just be sure to give yourself enough time for it to set in the fridge. It can set in as little as 3 hours, but I prefer to let it set overnight to make sure it’s really solid before slicing. It’ll all just depend on your fridge and how fast it works!
Learn How to Make DIY Cookie Butter HERE. Speculoos cookies and cookie butter can be found at many grocery stores, there’s sometimes under the brand name Biscoff. They’re also found at Trader Joe’s.