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Lotus Biscoff Tiramisu

Biscoff Tiramisu is a dream come true for those (like me!) who love Lotus biscoff and coffee.

Made with minimal ingredients, this no bake dessert is easy to make and can be prepared in no time.

It has Italian ladyfingers dipped in freshly brewed coffee, just like the ones in a classic Tiramisu recipe. The twist comes from the simple Lotus flavoured whipped cream, and a drizzle of biscoff spread that goes in between the layers.

After chilling for a good few hours, you can indulge in, and it is just ridiculously good!

Lotus biscoff and coffee, it’s a match made in heaven. Making this Biscoff tiramisu dessert has been on my list since I shared my Biscoff Dalgona recipe, a few months ago.

Try this if you are someone who loves to add Biscoff in everything. It also makes for a quick no-bake dessert which is simple and unique. I cannot imagine you not enjoying it.

You can make it either in a casserole dish or a serving platter.

Another idea is to arrange them in small portion cups. You will have to break up the lady fingers to fit the size of the cup and layer accordingly. This is especially great if you want to cater it for a large gathering.

Lotus Biscoff Tiramisu

Useful tips for making Lotus Tiramisu

  • Tiramisu in general makes for a great make-ahead recipe, and this one is no different. You can make it a good few hours in advance or upto 2 days before you plan on serving. Just make sure you keep it refrigerated.
  • Do not over whip the cream. We are looking for soft peaks, additional whipping will make it too stiff or may even break your cream.
  • Use good quality Italian ladyfingers or savoiardi and do not soak it in the coffee for too long. The biscuits tend to soak up quick. If dipped for too long, it may make your dessert runny.

These are just some tips to be mindful of, so that you can make the best Biscoff Tiramisu. You are going to love this easy Lotus recipe.

Lotus Biscoff Tiramisu

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Leave a rating and comment below if you like this recipe. You can always send in your pictures to me on Instagram, Facebook or email. Hope you enjoy creating and indulging in this delicious Lotus dessert.

RECIPE for Lotus Biscoff Tiramisu:

Lotus Biscoff Tiramisu

Recipe by Aysha SaihaCourse: DessertDifficulty: Easy


Prep time


Chilling time




  • 200gm Italian sponge ladyfingers

  • 500ml cold heavy whipping cream

  • 1/4 cup icing sugar (or granulated sugar)*

  • 1 Tsp vanilla extract

  • 3 Tbsp melted biscoff spread + more to drizzle

  • 2 cups strong black coffee

  • Lotus biscuits, full and/or crumbled (for topping)


  • Using a hand mixer or a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, whip the heavy cream, sugar, and vanilla extract on medium-high speed until soft peaks are formed, about 3-4 minutes. Stir in 3 Tbsp of melted biscoff cream.
  • Optional: Transfer your whipped cream into a large piping bag and use another smaller piping bag to add some more lotus biscoff spread after melting it in the microwave. You may also totally skip this step and just scoop with a spoon to arrange the tiramisu.
  • Dip the Italian ladyfingers into a bowl of the freshly prepared black coffee, keeping it in only for a couple seconds. Then arrange it on the dessert dish or serving plate right away. Do this one after the other, until a layer of the coffee dipped lady fingers is formed. Follow with a layer of the lotus whipped cream and then a drizzle of lotus biscoff spread. Repeat all the steps to have a second layer of lady fingers, whipped cream and biscoff spread.
  • Transfer your dish into the fridge for atleast 3-4 hours or overnight to chill. Top it up with lotus biscuits and crumbs before serving. Enjoy!


  • Sugar: It is preferable to use sifted icing sugar for a smooth finish, but in this particular recipe, even granulated sugar will work since it is not a huge amount.



  1. Hi can we use lotus cookies instead of lady

    • Absolutely, I have tried it myself and it’s such a treat. Only one tip, I suggest not soaking the biscuits too much in the coffee as they might get soggy. You can completely skip that step as well!


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