What Makes Lotus Biscoff Spread So Special

What Makes Lotus Biscoff Spread So Special

The Internet is not alone in its infatuation with Lotus Biscoff; many people are posting videos on YouTube and Instagram about how to use it. But what is this product? And why does everyone love it so much? We have found out that it is an old favourite of many people around the world.

In 1932, thanks to a Belgian baker named Jan Boone Sr., Lotus Biscoff emerged as a caramelised biscuit made from natural ingredients. It pairs perfectly with coffee and its name is allegedly a combination of 'biscuit' and 'coffee.'

What is Lotus Biscoff Spread, and why should you try it?

Lotus Biscoff Spread is a creamy spread made with Lotus Biscoff cookies. It has a delicious peanut butter taste that makes it addictive. The creaminess of the spread and the crunchiness from the cookie combined make this spread irresistible.

The spread tastes great on toast, in smoothies or even on top of ice cream. You can also use it to make other desserts like cakes, cookies and brownies. The possibilities are endless when you have Lotus Biscoff Spread in your pantry!

Spoon it. Spread it. Bake it. Dip it

Let's learn more about the famous Lotus Biscoff Spread and the story behind its origin!

Belgians are big fans of Lotus Biscoff. They've been putting it on their bread for decades, some people crumble it and others dunk it in their drink first. But nobody could spread it easily until someone had a bright idea: why not make a creamy spread of it? A Belgian mum created her recipe for Lotus Biscoff spread and entered it in a competition for a TV show: The Inventors. And guess what? She made it to the finals! Afterwards, she worked together with Lotus Bakeries to perfect the recipe.

Lotus Biscoff Spread Ingredients

Original caramelised biscuits 58% (wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oils (palm oil from sustainable and certified plantations, rapeseed oil), candy sugar syrup, raising agent (sodium hydrogen carbonate), soya flour, salt, cinnamon), rapeseed oil, sugar, emulsifier ( soya lecithin), acid (citric acid).

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Please note the information above is taken from the official website of Lotus Biscoff Spread

Lotus Biscoff Spread is one of those foods that everyone wants to eat right off the spoon. It's so good that you can use it as an ingredient in all kinds of recipes or even just eat it straight out of the jar. Here are some ideas for ways to use Lotus Biscoff Spread:

  • Spread it on toast or crackers for a sweet treat
  • Use it as an alternative to peanut butter (it tastes better!)
  • Mix with yoghurt, ice cream or pudding for extra-special dessert
  • Toss into your favourite frosting recipe for added flavour and texture

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Lotus Biscoff Spread price

If you have never tried Lotus Biscoff Spread, you are missing out on something really good. The good news is Lotus Biscoff spread is now available in India, you'll have to look no further than Nosh Gourmet Foods which will seamlessly deliver you this amazing 400g jar for just 599/- at your doorstep.

End Note

In the end, spreading a sandwich with peanut butter is one of the most pleasurable things in the world it is half the fun of eating a sandwich, right? and Lotus Spread is worth a try. To those who think that a simple bread and peanut butter sandwich is enough, we say this: try Lotus Biscoff spread! The creamy richness of its flavour will blow your mind and if you are a cookie dough fan, you will be in heaven.