Lotus Biscoff - Creamy Cookie Butter Spread, 14oz

Lotus Biscoff - Creamy Cookie Butter Spread, 14oz

Brand - Lotus Biscoff
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Quick Description

Simply one of the greatest vegan spreads of all time, Lotus Biscoff ‘s Creamy Cookie Butter Spread is undeniably yummy, highly moreish, and a pure classic. 

Key information

  • Creamy cookie butter made from Lotus Biscoff Cookies
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives
  • Non-GMO
  • Nut-free
  • Perfect on toast, cakes, desserts, or directly from the jar!

Product overview

Sweet, creamy, and warmed with the deep flavor of cinnamon, the unforgettable taste of Lotus Biscoff’s Creamy Cookie Butter Spread is a cult classic among vegans and non-vegans. 

Made from original Lotus Biscoff Cookies blended into a gloriously smooth paste, this cookie butter will blow your nut butters and fruit spreads out of the water!

Containing no nuts or dairy, this grocery is the ultimate treat for vegans and folks with nut allergies. Lotus Biscoff’s dribble-worthy cookie butter spread is made with simple ingredients and contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. 

Enjoy this divinely silky and unctuous cookie butter on fruits, dolloped in vegan yogurt, mixed into cake frosting, lathered on cookies or crackers, spread on toast with fruit spread, or, frankly, directly out of the jar with your hands! No judgment here…


Original caramelized 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).
Allergens: Wheat, Soy

Frequently asked questions 

Why is it called Lotus Biscoff spread?

The first Lotus Biscoff caramelized cookie was made in 1932 from purely natural ingredients. Jan Boone Sr., the creator, named his company Lotus because it is a flower associated with purity to reflect the purity of the ingredients. 

The word biscoff is a combination of the words ‘biscuit’ and ‘coffee’. When they were first in circulation, Lotus biscuits were commonly eaten with coffee because their flavors complement each other perfectly. Voila! Lotus Biscoff.

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