Lotus biscoff Cake Recipe

Easy Lotus Biscoff Cake Recipe

This Biscoff cake is amazing! This is the first time I’ve made it and I had to run here to write this post out, it’s delicious. I don’t know why I’ve only just started using Biscoff in my bakes but I’m so glad I did and now I have about 50 other Biscoff recipes I want to make!

This easy Biscoff cake doesn’t only look amazing but it also tastes amazing. I’ll drop the video below for you to see how it’s made or you can go and see my partner chatting about it as he makes it in his messy bakes series on YouTube. If you’re looking for a Lotus Biscoff cake, you’ve come to the right place!

Biscoff Cake Recipe UK

I’m not going to lie, the main difference between the USA and the UK version is the measurements, most people use the same sort of ingredients but it’s the conversion that matters. I use grams and not ounces or cups so it’s easier to follow for us Brits. So if you want a UK Biscoff cake recipe, here it is.

This Lotus cake recipe UK also means that you can pick up unbranded versions of Biscoff from places like Aldi, they’re the ones that I use for this recipe and they taste like the real thing. So don’t go crazy and spend loads of money to make this “authentic” when nobody will ever know!

I can’t get enough of this Biscoff cake and how easy it is to make, honestly and that’s why I used it in my first messy bakes video on YouTube which was super crazy to film, a lot of fun and I had a yummy easy biscoff cake at the end of that and I think that’s a great thing if I’m honest.

Lotus Biscoff Cake

This is a lotus cake recipe at its core but that doesn’t mean I used the Lotus Biscoff brand ingredients. Instead, I used the “dupe” version that Aldi sells. It cost so much less, they taste exactly the same and nobody could tell the difference when they ate the cake the next day. I clearly state in my video that I’m not using Lotus products and I think if you want to make amazing bakes, they don’t have to be expensive. I’m always looking to save money where I can and I think this recipe is a shining example of that.

You can also buy Lotus dupe products from places such as Home Bargains and B&M. The only thing I’ll say about the two places I’ve just mentioned, stick to a shipping list. It’s so easy to go into either store and leave with so much more than you went in there for and then a little shopping trip has cost you a fortune and you don’t want that when you just wanna do a biscoff cake recipe!

What Equipment I Used

I’m going to jot down the equipment I used to make this biscoff cake and then the equipment I used to film this recipe. I know some people might be curious and I’ve decided to list all the equipment whenever I write a recipe post that I’ve also done a messy bakes video on.

What Did I Use To Make This Biscoff Cake Recipe UK

So of course I had some help making this Lotus Biscoff cake recipe. I couldn’t make it with my bare hands that’s for sure. You can see the type of equipment I used in this recipe if you watch my video, I will link everything below so you can go and buy anything if you want. The links below are affiliate links. They don’t cost you anything more but they do help me get a commission so that I can make more videos in the future.

What Equipment Did I Use To Film This Messy Bakes Biscoff Cake Video

Below are the affiliate links for all the equipment I used when I made this Lotus Biscoff cake. I get some comments from time to time asking me what camera I use or what tripod is the best so I thought I’d answer that question in these posts as well. So if you’re looking to film a Lotus cake recipe or something else, take a look at what I’ve linked below.

Biscoff Cake Recipe Card

I’d love to know if you liked this easy Biscoff cake. It was so much fun to make and I think I’ll start baking with biscoff a little more so if you have any biscoff recipes that I could try out, let me know in the comments, I’d love to give them a go. I am looking at making Biscoff rice krispie squares next! You’ll find the Biscoff cake recipe below and it’s all you need to make a simple and tasty cake.

I will point out that this cake is rather thin, it’s great for people who are watching what they eat but also want to enjoy yummy treats now and again. If you want a bigger cake I would double the recipe but it will need longer in the oven so make sure you factor that into consideration because you make this Biscoff cake recipe UK style cake. Let me know if you did anything different with this cake, I know people don’t like to put the crumbled biscuit on top but I just think it adds something to it and makes it have the wow factor!

Lotus biscoff Cake Recipe

Easy Lotus Biscoff Cake Recipe

4 ingredient Lotus Biscoff Cake
Servings 12 Slices
Calories 238 kcal


For the cake:

  • 400 g Belmont Caramelised Biscuits Around 50 biscuits
  • 1.5 tsp Baking Powder
  • 380 ml Skimmed Milk

For the topping:

  • 125 g Belmont Caramelised Biscuit Spread Melted
  • 2 Belmont Caramelised Biscuits Crushed


  • Pre-heat your oven to 170℃/340℉/Gas Mark 4.
  • Line your 9" cake tin with parchment paper.
  • Put the biscoff biscuits into a food processor and blitz until the cookies look like fine breadcrumbs.
  • Pour the biscuit crumbs into a bowl.
  • Measure out the milk and pour the milk into the crumbs. Mix until everything is fully combined.
  • Pour the mixture into the cake tin and cook in the oven for 15 – 20 minutes. Or until a cake tester comes out clean from the middle.
  • Leave the cake to cool. Once it has cooled, you now need to add the topping.
  • In a microwavable bowl, add the biscoff spread and melt it in the microwave until it becomes a liquid, rather than a spread.
  • Pour the biscoff spread over the top of the cake. Using a silicone spatula, spread the topping to the edge of the cake. Sprinkle over the crushed biscoff all over the top of the cake.
  • Leave in the fridge to set for a minimum of 2 hours. Once the topping has set, remove it from the cake tin, cut a slice and enjoy.


*Prices correct as of May 2023
Milk (Skimmed) 380 ml 132 kcal £0.18
Belmont Caramelised Biscuits 400 g 2000 kcal £1.52
Baking Powder 1.5 tsp 3 kcal £0.03
Belmont Biscuits Smooth Biscuit Spread 125 g 725 kcal £0.64
TOTAL   2860 kcal £2.37
PER SERVING   238 kcal £0.20

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