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Lotus biscoff biscuit spread 400g for £1.00 in poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Found in Dover but probably national, usually the small jar is in stock but today pound land had the 400g for a quid. Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Found in Dover but probably national, usually the small jar is in stock but today pound land had the 400g for a quid.
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4 Likes #1
Sounds weird, hmmm is it like the gunk at the bottom of your cuppa after dunking?!?
#2
guttediam
Sounds weird, hmmm is it like the gunk at the bottom of your cuppa after dunking?!?


Heat
#3
It tastes like the Lotus Biscot biscuits, which are malted biscuits. It's very, very sweet but nice on toast.
#4
Almost as dangerous to have in the cupboards as Nutella.

Usually £2+, hot!
2 Likes #5
Love the stuff but do yourself a favour - if you buy one, don't read the calories on the side! oO
2 Likes #6
Very good to spread on Lotus biscuits :)
#7
Yeah I've seen in Derby so much be national :)
2 Likes #8
Great for people without teeth. I love a biscuit as much as the next fat man. Don't buy them as I am a greedy fiend and it's a struggle controlling my moobs at the best of times.

Why aren't women "feeders"!? Biscoff is a very appropriate name. Ideal for people who don't want to expend a few calories by actually chewing.

Disclaimer: although I am endorsing this product I have never seen or had it anywhere near my cakehole!
#9
this stuff is like crack! had my 1st jar in January and it last about 5 days..
2 Likes #10
I bought a jar once. Ate the whole lot with a spoon & THEN looked at the calories on the label. oO
#11
As if a biscuits aren't poor enough food some bloaters have to slap a sugar and oil solution on top. No wonder the health service is bursting at the seams like some of the patients.
1 Like #12
Very nice in hot milk too.
2 Likes #13
Try putting it on hot pancakes, when it melts.... shieeeeeeeeeeeeet.
3 Likes #14
Spread? I normally just eat it with a spoon out the jar.
#15
The NHS is very very busy at present........then it's predicted over a short period of time... it will all go very quiet ;)
#16
This stuff is manna from heaven... especially the smooth variety.
1 Like #17
For those who have enjoyed eating this out of the jar, I can also recommend Marshmallow Fluff - yes, marshmallow in a jar, available in Sainsburys and B and M. Great on waffles, but if you like baking, both these products are great for piping into the middle of cake pops.
2 Likes #18
Use the biscuits as a cheesecake base then this swirled into the top, mmmmmm! In my local too, heat added
1 Like #19
bag of hazelnuts, spoon, jar of this crack sauce. win.
1 Like #20
speedy3869
Use the biscuits as a cheesecake base then this swirled into the top, mmmmmm! In my local too, heat added
Please, youtube video recipe! Is this under a cheesecake? I think this could probably make ladies I know go into some sort of sexy-weirdness... like more than normal.
#21
Love the biscuits, but this tastes like cold sick.
1 Like #22
Totally phenomenal spread - dangerous to have around the house if you're cutting calories as it's 100% impossible to have just a little bit.

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