A lotus Biscoff is a caramelised biscuit very popular with tea or coffee in coffee shops and cafes. Belgian in origin with a very unique flavour, there are some knock off versions around but they are uncommon. The unique “speculoos” flavour comes from the candy syrup used in their manufacture which creates the creamy and sugary sweet taste.
They can be dunked or can just be eaten separately. I am a big fan of these biscuits and regularly buy them for the home.
Lotus Biscoff Biscuit Syns
A single Lotus Biscoff weighs 7.75 grams and contains 38 calories, this means a single Lotus Biscoff is 1.9 syns and 0.25 syns per gram of weight. This places it in the same range as a digestive.
How many syns are in a Lotus Biscoff pack?
If you decide to get a pack of Biscoff from a supermarket it will be around 250g and contain 32 of them. Scoffing them all will be worth 60.8 syns.
Are Lotus Biscoff worth the syns?
Lotus Biscoff goes excellently with a brew and their syn count is quite low making them an ideal choice for this purpose. However, they are small so eating them takes an instant.
There’s little to no nutritional value so it’s not a goods back for that reason – they are sugar and carb based after all.
Lotus Biscoff Typical Ingredients
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.
Wheat, sugar, palm oil and syrup may create a great taste but does nothing for your health.
They are vegan, though.