Enjoy the spiced caramel flavours of Biscoff spread in this delicious Lotus Biscoff latte recipe.
Hot, sweet and comforting, it is the perfect hot coffee drink to enjoy in the cooler months.
What Is A Lotus Biscoff Latte?
Also known as a cookie butter latte, a Lotus Biscoff latte is a coffee drink made with brewed coffee, Biscoff cookie butter, cream and milk.
The result is a creamy hot latte with a warming spiced and caramelised Biscoff flavor.
Biscoff spread is a popular product by the makers of the classic Lotus coffee biscuits.
The cookie butter spread is a great product for baking and also for blending Biscoff and coffee in hot and cold coffee drinks recipes.
If you are in to random facts, you will be interested to know the biscuit name is a portmanteau, also known as a blend – literally combining “biscuit” and “coffee” to create the Biscoff biscuit.
What You Need For A Cookie Butter Latte Recipe
To make your Biscoff Lotus latte you will need a coffee maker, microwave or stovetop and a milk frother.
1. Coffee Maker
2. Microwave or Stovetop
To warm up your cream and melt the Biscoff cookie butter spread you will need a microwave or small saucepan to use on the stove.
3. Milk Frother (Optional)
The foamed milk provides a nice layer to drizzle the extra Biscoff lotus spread over the top of your coffee.
If you own an espresso machine, you can froth milk using the integrated steam wand.
But you can also use a stand alone milk frother or handheld frother to achieve the same result.
And don’t worry if you don’t have a frother, simply warming your milk for this recipe will also achieve a comforting hot coffee for you to enjoy.
Biscoff Spread Coffee Ingredients
The ingredients you need to make a Biscoff coffee latte are:
- Brewed coffee – a batch of strong brewed coffee. I like French press coffee, but you can use drip, stovetop or espresso coffee too.
- Biscoff cookie butter – the smooth and not crunchy version is best. You can find it in your local supermarket and online at Amazon.
- Thickened cream – also known as whipping cream, this is used to blend with the melted cookie butter for a rich creamy taste.
- Milk – I use full cream milk, but low fat milk will also work just fine.
You may even want to buy some Lotus Biscoff biscuits to enjoy with your latte. Find them in the biscuit aisle at your local supermarket or buy them online.
How To Make A Biscoff Coffee Latte
Step 1 – Brew your coffee
First brew the coffee using your favourite brewing method.
For this recipe French Press or filtered coffee works well. However you can use other methods too with some modifications to the recipe.
The same goes for a moka pot – brew your pot, then add hot water to achieve the required amount of coffee.
You could use a pour over coffee maker, but be sure to brew a strong batch.
Otherwise I fear it may not be strong enough when paired with the Biscoff cookie butter and cream.
Once brewed, pour the coffee in to your mug.
Step 2 – Heat the cream and Biscoff spread
In a small saucepan over the stove or in a microwave safe bowl, combine the cream and Biscoff spread.
Heat and stir until the cookie butter has melted and the cream has warmed through.
Add the warmed mixture to your coffee and stir to combine.
Step 3 – Froth the milk
If using a handheld frother, warm the milk in the microwave first, then froth until you achieve a creamy foamed texture.
Pour the foamed milk over the top of your coffee.
Finally, for a little extra Biscoff cookie butter sweetness, melt an extra tablespoon of the spread in the microwave and drizzle over the top of your milk.
How to serve cookie butter coffee
Serve your coffee as is or for an extra treat, serve with some Biscoff Lotus cookies on the side. They are after all the quintessential biscuit for coffee!
Lotus Biscoff Latte Recipe Questions Answered
What is the flavor in Biscoff biscuits?
The Lotus Biscoff flavor is best described as spiced caramel thanks to the brown sugar syrup and cinnamon included in the biscuits and spread.
Is Biscoff a coffee?
Biscoff is the name of a popular caramelized biscuit perfect for enjoying with coffee. It also comes as cookie spread, which is a popular addition to coffee.
How do you melt Biscoff spread?
Melt Biscoff spread by placing in microwave for 10-20 seconds and stirring. Heat more if required, in short bursts.
You can also use a small saucepan over a gentle heat to melt the cookie butter to a pouring consistency.
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- 2 cups brewed coffee
- 3 tablespoons thickened (whipping) cream
- 1 tablespoon smooth Biscoff spread
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1 tablespoon Biscoff spread (melted) - optional
- Brew coffee and divide between two mugs.
- Place cream and cookie butter into a small saucepan. Heat over medium heat and stir until cookie butter has melted.
- Divide the cream mixture between the two mugs and add to the coffee. Stir to combine.
- Warm and froth the milk and pour on top of the coffee mixture.
- Drizzle extra melted cookie butter on top and enjoy.
- If using an espresso machine, pull a double shot and lengthen with hot water to make 2 cups.
- You can also heat the cream and Biscoff spread in the microwave instead of a saucepan. Heat for 20-30 seconds, check and stir. Heat for a little longer if required until melted.
- I use an espresso machine steam wand to froth the milk. Alternatively you can heat the milk and use a handheld frother,
- Make sure to buy smooth Biscoff cookie butter, otherwise you will have crunchy biscuit pieces in your coffee drink.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 148Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 20mgSodium: 106mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 0gSugar: 5gProtein: 2g
Please note that nutrition information is a computer generated estimate and should not be interpreted as a dietitian's advice. Values can vary greatly among brands, amounts and ingredients used.