Easy No-Bake LOTUS BISCOFF Cheesecake Recipe

Easy No-Bake LOTUS BISCOFF Cheesecake Recipe

Hey everyone! Its Carla from CarlasCakes and welcome to my Carla in the Kitchen Blog!

Lotus Biscoff.. what a wonderful thing. Not only is this amazing addictive cookie butter the most delicious spread on the planet (yes…. it might even be better than Nutella!), but it can be used and eaten in so many different ways.

I usually just go for the spoonful technique. This consists of digging out the LARGEST spoonful possible, and just licking it straight from the source.

Sometimes however, it’s nice to mix our beloved lotus, with other yummy ingredients to create (dare I say it) heaven on earth.

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So lets get right to it. This super easy cookie butter cheesecake recipe took less than 10 minutes to make. It was so fast, and it does not require many ingredients.

If you’re like me, you will love the sound of that! I like simple recipes but with delicious results.

For this Lotus recipe, you will need Lotus Biscoff Cookies, Lotus Biscoff Spread, Butter, Cream Cheese, and Cool Whip! (I’ll add the detail ingredients at the bottom).

You will also need 6 glass cups, a piping bag, and a stand or handheld mixer. 

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1. Crush your Lotus Cookies and add your melted butter. Mix it up with a spoon to create the crumb crust and add that to the bottom of your 6 glass cups, to create the crust.

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2. In your stand mixer or handheld mixer add cream cheese and Lotus Biscoff Spread. Mix for 3 minutes on high speed (You want these two ingredients to become well incorporated and have a pale fluffy colour).

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3. Add your Cool Whip and fold it into your cream cheese mixture with a spatula. Grab your mixture and place it into a piping bag (If you don’t have a piping bag, than you can use a spoon to divide your cheesecake mix).

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4. Now just pipe or spoon your mixture into the 6 cups and cover these with plastic wrap. Place in the fridge to chill for 2-4 hours, and top off with a Lotus cookie before serving. 

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For the crust:
12 Lotus Cookies*
2 Tbsp butter, melted

For the cheesecake mix:
1 (8oz) pack of your favourite cream cheese
1 cup Lotus Biscoff spread*
1 (8oz) pack of Cool Whip, thawed

For the topping:
6 Lotus Cookies*

1. Crush your Lotus Cookies and add your melted butter. Mix it up with a spoon to create the crumb crust. Then, just add that to the bottom of your 6 glass cups, to create the crust.

2. In your stand mixer or handheld mixer – add cream cheese and Lotus Biscoff Spread. Mix for 3 minutes on high speed. You want these two ingredients to become well incorporated and have a pale fluffy colour.

3. Add your Cool Whip and fold it into your cream cheese mixture with a spatula. Grab your mixture and place it into a piping bag (If you don’t have a piping bag, than you can use a spoon to divide your cheesecake mix).

4. Now just pipe or spoon your mixture into the 6 cups and cover these with plastic wrap. Place in the fridge to chill for 2-4 hours, and top off with a Lotus cookie before serving.

*You can also make this recipe with Nutella, Peanut Butter or other Cookie Butter brands. Just replace Lotus with your choice of spread, and the cookie crumbs with graham crackers, Oreos or chocolate chip cookies!

Comment below if you have any questions or suggestions for this recipe!

Have you tried it? Let me know what you think!

Have fun and don’t forget to tag CarlasCakes on Instagram (@CarlasCakes) and Facebook (@CarlasCakes) of your Lotus Cheesecake creations!

16 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing this! I seriously do love lotus and this recipe just looks too yummy and easy not make! I’m heading to the store now to buy some cool whip and I’m going to make this right away!

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    • Hey, thanks for your comment! Let me know how it goes.. were you able to find Lotus?

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  2. YUUMMMMMIIIIII

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    • 🙂

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  3. Love this recipe!! Going to try it for Christmas desert. I’m sure the kids will eat it up!

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    • Oh what a fantastic idea, christmas would do well with some Lotus! <3

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  4. DELICIOUS!! <3 Loved it! Thanks Carla!

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    • Thanks Sara, so happy you enjoyed it! Next time I will try a Nutella mix!

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  5. I gotta tell my wife to make this…

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    • I think this is one of the most delicious desserts I’ve made in a while… It totally beats nutella! Who would of thought anything could beat nutella haha!!

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      • I didn’t want to admit it, but yes I have converted to a LOTUS lover!

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    • I hope you guys like it!

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  6. This looks simple enough to tackle! I’ll pick up the ingredients en route and will hopefully get the wife to make a nice Friday treat. Fingers crossed!!

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    • Thanks Jeff! let me know how it goes!

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  7. Yum!!! this looks so good! Where do you find your Biscoff spread and lotus cookies? they’re tricky to find!

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    • Hey in the Ottawa area I sometimes find them at Loblaws or Bakkers in Mantic. But you are right, they are tricky to find! You can also try this recipe with Nutella 🙂

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