In you're in search of easy and delicious Lotus Biscoff spread recipes, these irresistible Biscoff delights will satisfy your sweet cravings.
If you have a weakness for delectable desserts and a love for the iconic Lotus Biscoff cookie, then you're in for a treat! Allow me introduce you to the enchanting world of baking with Lotus Biscoff Spread with over a dozen incredible recipes.
Biscoff spread (also known as Biscoff cookie butter) is a velvety smooth, sweet, cinnamon-spiced caramel spread that's made from Biscoff cookies and will leave you utterly captivated from the very first taste.
For a quick and scrumptious breakfast treat, you can spread it generously on warm toast, but when you have a little more time, you can really make the most of Lotus Biscoff spread by using it as a baking ingredient.
That's why I've compiled a whole load of Biscoff-infused bakes just for you. From tempting Biscoff blondies with white chocolate to an indulgent baked Biscoff cheesecake, a divine chocolate Biscoff cake to a luxurious Biscoff Millionaire's shortbread - each recipe is a celebration of Biscoff bliss!
Each recipe is easy to follow, with detailed instructions and step-by-step photographs, ensuring that even the most novice bakers can create awe-inspiring delights with ease.
So, let's dive into the irresistible world of baking with Biscoff spread.
Emily Leary's Biscoff Recipes
Pin this collection of Biscoff recipes
Have you got my book?
'This is a great kids cookery book. Emily is a star' - Simon Rimmer
'The book I'd like to force into any mother's kitchen' - Prue Leith
"A fab book with a plan." - Jane Devonshire, 2016 Masterchef UK winner
'Emily has managed to combine her mummy knowledge and passion for food to make a truly helpful and brilliant cookbook' - Priya Tew, RD, BSc (Hons), Msc
Get Your Kids to Eat Anything is an achievable 'how to' for parents in the battle to overcome picky eating and 'make new the norm'. Emily Leary's unique 5-phase programme looks at the issue of 'fussy eating' in a holistic way that links imagination with food, and which situates parents alongside - not in opposition to - their children.