Review: New Lotus Biscoff Cookies With Biscoff Cream!

Review: New Lotus Biscoff Cookies With Biscoff Cream!

Just when I thought they couldn’t get better, I found Biscoff cookies with Biscoff cream!

About Biscoff Cookies

Did you know that Biscoff is a combination of the words Biscuit and Coffee? Lotus Bakeries Speculoos Cookies came up with this word specifically for these cookies sold in North America.

Lotus Bakeries is a company in Belgium. The cookie has been around since 1932, produced with the same original recipe. The word Speculoos (Belgium) or Speculaas (Holland) is the word for spice cookies which is what Biscoff cookies are.

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Product Details

The unique taste of Lotus Biscoff now comes in a sandwich. Two delicious cookies with a smooth Biscoff Cream filling. It will be love at first bite!

~Lotus Biscoff website.


These taste exactly what you’d expect.

If you’ve never had Biscoff cookies before, they taste like spiced cookies so, a combination of cinnamon, cloves, brown sugar, and/or molasses. Things like pumpkin spice and chai come to mind. The taste isn’t too strong and it doesn’t leave much of an after taste either. The best part is, these cookies melt when they come in contact with liquid. Dip’em in your coffee and they’ll soften in seconds. Even in your mouth they’ll melt; they actually make your mouth water too!

I’ve had the regular Biscoff cookies for many years. These sandwich cookies with Biscoff cream just add a different texture to the cookie. I can’t say it tastes better or worse; it just tastes like a regular Biscoff cookie to me.

As someone who also was addicted to their Biscoff butter cookie spread when it was first released, all I can say is, it’s the best of two similar worlds coming together!


I got these at Woodman’s Market.

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This cost me $2.49USD.

Contents: 15 cookies. NET WT 5.29oz (150g).

Prices may vary per purchase location and/or change without notice.

Nutrition Facts

5 servings per container | Serving Size: 3 Cookies (30g) | Calories: 160 | Total Fat: 8g (10%) | Saturated Fat: 4.5g (23%) | Trans Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 0mg (0%) | Sodium: 100mg (4%) | Total Carbohydrate: 20g (7%) | Dietary Fiber: 0g (0%) | Total Sugars: 10g | Includes Added Sugars: 10g (20%) | Protein: 1g | Vit. D: 0mcg (0%) | Calcium: 6mg (0%) | Iron: 0mg (0%) | Potassium: 20mg (0%)

Product of Belgium.


Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oils (Contains One Or More Soybean Oil, Sunflower Oil, Canola Oil, Palm Oil), Brown Sugar Syrup, Sodium Bicarbonate (Leavening), Soy Flour, Soy Lecithin (Emulsifier) Salt, Cinnamon, Natural Flavor.

Allergens: Wheat | Soy | May contain traces of Egg | Milk.

No added colors | No artificial flavors or preservatives | Non-GMO

Vegan Friendly | Doesn’t Contain Nuts.

Check if this product is KOSHER certified.

Would I buy Biscoff Cookies with Biscoff Cream again?

Answer: No.

Worth Trying?: At least once.

I’m just happy with the regular rectangular Biscoff Cookies. If I really want Biscoff Cookie Butter on it, I’ll buy both separately and add all the cream I want on my cookies. Truthfully though, I like them separately: One to dip in my chai tea and the other to lick off a spoon! (๑˃ᴗ˂)ﻭ

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