Biscoff, aka Lotus, aka Speculoos. However you know it, you probably love it. Maybe you've got a pack in your cupboard, maybe you were introduced to them on a flight in the 80s or at the hairdresser's served with a cuppa. Nowadays, you can't escape it as it's one of the latest flavour trends on the desserts scene.

Our Biscoff Cake Collection

Our delightful Classic Biscoff Cake features layers of freshly baked, fluffy and tender cake sponge, and creamy Biscoff spread either in the Swiss meringue buttercream or as a drip or even both, topped with crushed Biscoff cookies.

Biscoff Truffle Cake

Indulge in the irresistible combination of Biscoff and chocolate with this decadent cake, featuring layers of rich chocolate cake and Swiss meringue buttercream, with smooth Biscoff spread and chocolate Biscoff truffles.

What is Biscoff?

The Origin of Biscoff

Biscoff, also known as Speculoos or as Lotus, is a biscuit of Belgian origin with a caramelised flavour profile and a hint of cinnamon and other spices. It originated in the early 1950s and has since gained popularity across Europe and around the world. If we are to be precise, the type of biscuit is actually called Speculoos. Lotus is the name of a Belgian bakery that manufactured, packaged and distributed speculoos biscuits under the brand name of Lotus Biscoff. 

Biscoff's Unique Flavour Profile

Biscoff's distinct taste comes from its key ingredients, including brown sugar, cinnamon, and a blend of spices such as nutmeg, cloves, and ginger. The combination of these ingredients creates a warm, lightly spiced, caramelised flavour that sets it apart from other biscuits and spreads, making it a popular choice for food enthusiasts and bakers. It's also INCREDIBLY more-ish.

Different Forms of Biscoff

Biscoff is available in various forms, including its original biscuit form, a smooth spread, a crunchy spread, and as an ice cream flavour amongst others. The spread, known as Biscoff cookie butter, is made by grinding the biscuits into a smooth, creamy texture. Biscoff's versatility allows it to be used as a standalone snack, a spread on toast or waffles, or as an ingredient in numerous desserts and baked goods, such as cakes, cheesecakes, and cookies. This offers endless possibilities for creativity in the kitchen.

Why Biscoff has Become So Popular

Whilst speculoos, and Lotus Biscoff biscuits, have been around for more than half a century, it wasn't until 2007 when food manufacturers started making the now ubiquitous speculoos and Biscoff spreads. That's when the scope of applying the flavour in various ways to baked goods blew up exponentially and hence its popularity.

Versatility in Baking and Desserts

Thanks to its unique flavour and versatile nature, Biscoff has gained popularity as a key ingredient in many creative and delicious recipes ranging from cakes, cookies, cheesecakes, and as fillings for eclairs, doughnuts and even macarons.

Social Media Influence

The rise of social media platforms has allowed users to share their Biscoff creations with a wider audience, contributing to its "viral quotient". It's like the biscuit beast that feeds itself!

Widely Available and Accessible

Increased availability in supermarkets, specialty stores, and online shops has made it easier for consumers to access and try Biscoff products. They are also relatively affordable products making it accessible to many, not just the few.

Why Choose Anges de Sucre for Biscoff Cakes

Artisanal Quality

Our Biscoff cakes are handcrafted using the finest ingredients, ensuring a delicious and high-quality product. We use Biscoff in all its various forms - from using them whole, grinding the biscuits into crumbs for our hero cake sponge layers and decorations, and the spreads for flavouring our silky Swiss meringue buttercream, glazing cakes and filling truffles.

Customisable Options

Personalise your Biscoff Cake for any occasion with our wide range of customisation options such as Biscoff sponge, buttercream or decorations like Biscoff truffles,. Read more below about personalisation's and customisations. 

Complimentary Delivery to London, Surrey, and Berkshire

It's true we do! At Anges de Sucre, we believe in providing the best customer experience. That's why we're delighted to offer complimentary delivery for our Biscoff Cakes to customers in London, Surrey, and Berkshire. Read more about our delivery service below. 

Order now and experience the delightful taste of Anges de Sucre's Biscoff Cakes in the comfort of your home.

You can have your cake delivered anywhere you like – our drivers are in-house so we can be very flexible. Restaurants, offices and home addresses are all normal delivery locations.

2 weeks is recommended. We have limited availability reserved for orders placed up to 2 days before.

If you are unavailable at any point between 09:00-17:00 we would recommend providing detailed alternative instructions on a safe place or nominate a neighbour/porter/concierge who is willing to accept your perishable item on your behalf.

Personalisation and Customisation

To personalise your cake we offer a free chocolate message. Simply enter your short message in the Plaque field when ordering your birthday cake online and we will write it in chocolate on a bar of chocolate to add to your cake.

To customise your cake get in touch with us for a quote to add a special something extra, like a hand-modelled edible cake topper of their favourite hobby or interest. You can even change all the colours!


We are absolutely delighted to extend our complimentary hand-delivery service to the areas of London, Berkshire, and Surrey, all at no cost to you! Simply pop your chosen treat into your basket and provide your delivery details to unveil our delivery costs (or lack thereof, in some cases).

We deliver our scrumptious cakes from Tuesday to Saturday. Each cake is baked to order, ensuring ultimate freshness and a solid commitment to our zero-waste philosophy. NB. Your cake will be perfectly fresh for 5 days. 

Though we'd love to teleport our cake creations instantly to your doorstep, we're still working on the tech. For now, we must politely decline same-day or next-day delivery requests, as our bakery prioritises freshness and sustainability above all else.

Our cheery driver Alex shall deliver your cake during regular working hours, providing you with an ETA on the morning of delivery. Should you find yourself otherwise engaged, worry not! Simply arrange for an alternative solution, such as entrusting your cake to a neighbour or a safe place. Together, we'll make it work! We’re a small and exclusive bakery with service to match.

How to Order

  • It’s easy to order a cake for delivery from us. Here are the steps:
  • Browse our website and wonder at all the amazing cakes. Choose your favourite
  • Click “Add to basket” on the cake you want – you add your personalisation at this stage.
  • Choose a delivery date. You’ll only be able to select a date where we have availability.
  • Hit checkout.
  • You can pay via PayPal, Apple Pay, Shop Pay or by entering your details manually.
  • Click shipping. Here we’ll calculate your shipping costs and add it to the basket.
  • Then continue to payment to enter your card details.
  • You’ll receive an email confirmation!

Pricing & Payment Options

At Anges de Sucre, we accept various payment methods to ensure that our customers can conveniently make their purchases online. We accept all major credit and debit cards including Amex, PayPal, Google Pay for Android users, and Apple Pay for Apple users.

Our prices are competitive and transparent. We use extremely high-quality ingredients rarely used in cake making. Our cakes start from £70 and climb into the £1000s. Personalisations cost as little as £10 and bespoke prices vary massively. The prices displayed on our website include all applicable taxes, so you can rest assured that there are no hidden fees or charges. We even offer complimentary delivery to London, Surrey and Berkshire.