Move over whipped coffee, there’s a new sheriff in town and that is…Biscoff iced lattes AND this is definitely a trend I will bi-scoffing down.
Unlike Australia, which is hideously cold at the moment, it’s summer in the US and that means it’s iced coffee season, baby. So you can either spend $7 on a mocha-frappe-machine-gun-kelly-strawberry at Starbucks or you can make your own creation at home, that is arguably better and cheaper. Many of our northern friends have chosen the latter, and have taken to TikTok to show off their Biscoff iced latte creations.
All you need for this recipe is Biscoff spread (which you can buy at Coles), a shot of espresso, ice, vanilla simple syrup and some milk or a milk alternative of your choice.
Another alternative to this recipe is to make a regular latte by evenly distribute the Biscoff spread around your coffee cup and then adding your latte as the final step.
Personally for me, the less steps the better.
Other recipes have gone one step further and made drinks worthy of being hung at the Louvre.
If you’ve been living under a rock these last few months, you might not have noticed that Biscoff is making a massive resurgence.
Recently, Krispy Kreme and Biscoff collaborated to make god-tier donuts and I can confirm they were delish. There was the classic Original Glazed donut, drizzled with a hefty amount of Biscoff creme and the Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake pumped with creme cheese frosting.
Not only that, but you can also buy a vegan Biscoff cake at your local Woolies. I’m not a vegan, but I must admit that I get excited whenever something is, because I immediately assume it’s healthy – even though its clearly packed with sugar.
BRB already boiling the kettle to make one of these Biscoff lattes.