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Lotus Biscoff biscuits seem to be everywhere right now and are used in all sorts of different baking recipes. We almost can’t go into a cafe without seeing them!

These caramel-flavored biscuits are a type of speculoos biscuit, which are a spiced shortcrust biscuit that originated in Belgium.

Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake Recipe - whole cake and one slice being taken out

In the UK, they have long been served on the side of your coffee, but more recently, the peanut-butter-like Biscoff spread, made with the biscuit crumbs themselves, has been commandeered for use in brownies, cupcakes, traybakes, and… cheesecake!

This is where our no-bake Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake recipe comes in! We love to make brownies and cupcakes, but there’s something extra indulgent about a cheesecake. And actually, the recipe for a Biscoff Cheesecake is much easier than you’d think!

It’s easy to make instead of a birthday cake, as a dessert for a special occasion, or for a dinner party. We’ve used it for all of these, and people are always impressed. But the best part is how EASY it is!

You can find all of the exact details below, including what you need, the full printable recipe card, and a bit of a trouble-shooting guide.

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No Bake Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake Recipe Pin

Cheesecakes have long been popular on our site and in Scotland in general, of course! One of our favourite cafes close to where we live specialises purely in cheesecake, and you’ll often see variations of Tablet Cheesecake on many menus. We also love our Cranachan Cheesecake so make sure you check it out if you want something a little more Scottish.

However, Sonja has become just a LITTLE obsessed with all things Biscoff, and we weren’t kidding when we said you’ll find variations of Biscoff baked goods all over Scotland, so we decided it was about time to add a Lotus Cheesecake to our repertoire.

Like our others, it’s a simple recipe you can use to impress!

It only takes half an hour or so to put together, and then you just need to be patient while you wait for it to chill. Then decorate as you wish!

Then if you still can’t get enough Biscoff, be sure to check out our easy no-bake Biscoff Tiffin and Biscoff Rocky Road recipes. So easy, but amazingly delicious!

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