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Lotus Biscuit Spread Crunchy £1.76 @ Waitrose & Partners
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Lotus Biscuit Spread Crunchy £1.76 @ Waitrose & Partners

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Enjoy the great taste of the famous Lotus Biscoff biscuits in a jar. To turn them into this irresistible spread, we crush them after baking. That's how we keep all the goodness of their unique flavour. To be savoured by everyone, whenever you enjoy a slice of bread.

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matwalaboy08/02/2020 20:27

If you are referring to …If you are referring to https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lotus-biscoff-spread-400g-it-was-235-waitrose-3395444 then thats a different product and already OOS.


Not for me. And it's also available in-store and I'm sure plenty will have it in stock.
kebabthief08/02/2020 20:32

Not for me. And it's also available in-store and I'm sure plenty will …Not for me. And it's also available in-store and I'm sure plenty will have it in stock.


Its still a different product mate, that one is the smooth variant and 400gm, this one is crunchy and 380gms.
Bigdiv08/02/2020 21:45

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But tastes great.

Love this stuff, thanks OP
Bigdiv08/02/2020 21:45

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Steer clear and avoid being disgusted
'To turn them into this irresistible spread, we crush them after baking'.

Then mix them with loads of oil, palm and rape!
kebabthief08/02/2020 20:32

Not for me. And it's also available in-store and I'm sure plenty will …Not for me. And it's also available in-store and I'm sure plenty will have it in stock.



£2.00 in Morrisons (until 25 February):
[ groceries.morrisons.com/web…011 ]

£2.28 at ASDA.
£2.30 at Sainsbury's.

compadre08/02/2020 22:16

'To turn them into this irresistible spread, we crush them after …'To turn them into this irresistible spread, we crush them after baking'.Then mix them with loads of oil, palm and rape!




Ingredients Allergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted ingredients

Original Caramelised Biscuits 65% (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)

Dietary Information Contains Soya, Contains Wheat

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A 380g jar is 2169.8kcal. Ouch.
Unfortunately it looks better than it taste
mikki77708/02/2020 23:55

Unfortunately it looks better than it taste


It doesn't look particularly good.. but it tastes amazing
Makes a beautiful cheesecake! My sister used the biscuits crushed for the base then mixed this in with the topping 😋
deleted1781208/02/2020 22:29

£2.00 in Morrisons (until 25 February):[ …£2.00 in Morrisons (until 25 February):[ https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Lotus-Caramelised-Biscuit-Spread-/268556011 ]£2.28 at ASDA.£2.30 at Sainsbury's.:) Ingredients Allergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted ingredients Original Caramelised Biscuits 65% (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) Dietary Information Contains Soya, Contains Wheat[Image] A 380g jar is 2169.8kcal. Ouch.


Not to be rude/whatever but does anyone/the majority of people care of the amount of calories in anything if they enjoy it. I certainly know from ‘sugar tax’ i buy double the amount of cans of X drink than i used to to compensate the amount of cans and same goes for the amount of X choc bars u get in a multi-pack. Just my opinion.
Heat added - thanks for sharing!
InsaneNun09/02/2020 00:48

Not to be rude/whatever but does anyone/the majority of people care of the …Not to be rude/whatever but does anyone/the majority of people care of the amount of calories in anything if they enjoy it. I certainly know from ‘sugar tax’ i buy double the amount of cans of X drink than i used to to compensate the amount of cans and same goes for the amount of X choc bars u get in a multi-pack. Just my opinion.



Yes; I care. That is also my opinion.
deleted1781209/02/2020 01:13

Yes; I care. That is also my opinion.


Then i’m happy for you. Glad you have had the opportunity to have an opinion just like i have
Edited by: "InsaneNun" 9th Feb
Dont like the biscuits but could eat this stuff with a spoon (& not a teaspoon).
My 99p shop sells both variants not sure what the size is though
pisto09/02/2020 03:55

My 99p shop sells both variants not sure what the size is though



Ask the manager if the dimensions of the shop are available at head office.
I have never heard of a biscuit flavoured spread before. What are we supposed to spread it on? A biscuit?
Stepley09/02/2020 16:48

I have never heard of a biscuit flavoured spread before. What are we …I have never heard of a biscuit flavoured spread before. What are we supposed to spread it on? A biscuit?


It’s lovey on Toast, me and kids love it 😋
Good job it’s my day off, looks like I’ve got a trip to the nearest Waitrose tomorrow morning after the school run! 🛒
Edited by: "Fuzz" 9th Feb
£1 in poundland too and I actually liked it on toast!
I just bought this from Poundland!
compadre08/02/2020 22:16

'To turn them into this irresistible spread, we crush them after …'To turn them into this irresistible spread, we crush them after baking'.Then mix them with loads of oil, palm and rape!


Duh. The biscuits have oil in them already
herrbz09/02/2020 18:18

Duh. The biscuits have oil in them already


Duh! They manage to double the fat content converting it to spread.
deleted1781208/02/2020 22:29

A 380g jar is 2169.8kcal. Ouch.


I don't think you're supposed to eat a whole jar in one go
Stepley09/02/2020 16:48

I have never heard of a biscuit flavoured spread before. What are we …I have never heard of a biscuit flavoured spread before. What are we supposed to spread it on? A biscuit?


you eat it directly off the spoon obviously. we're not animals mate
JDPower09/02/2020 18:39

I don't think you're supposed to eat a whole jar in one go



I bet some people do though.
The trick to enjoying this is to not overload your toast/bread with it. Tastes much better in smaller quantities. I learnt the hard way.

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