Easy to make Lotus Biscoff Ice cream cake

a log of lotus ice cream cake

IF you guys know me BUT AT ALL! You know how crazy obsessed I am with Lotus! This Biscoff Ice cream cake is my 3rd tribute to show my love for these cookies! Earlier tributes included the fancy Lotus Biscoff cake, and Biscoff custard bars. Without further ado, .I present to you my version of an ice cream cake which of course has LOTUS in it! It has layers of coffee dipped biscuits, mild ice cream and a biscoff sauce layer, all of which comes together to give a kickass dessert.

slices of white and brown lotus ice cream cake

This one is a crowd pleaser! And I love how well in advance I can make it for get togethers! Put everything together in a pan…freeze! I’ve even made it a week in advance for a dinner!

Some of the ingredients may not be easily available around you, for which I’ve also given substitutes in the end.

Steps to put together this delicious Ice cream Cake

Before you start, I have to warn you, Have enough room in your freezer for 3 bowls. (pleaseeeeee abide grasshopper)

This dessert is made of 3 layers repeating:

  • A coffee dipped Lotus cookie layer
  • A saucy cookie butter layer
  • A perfectly balanced ice cream layer that ties the whole thing together
ingredients needs for lotus biscoff biscuit layer and biscoff sauce layer

Biscuit layer

So for this biscuit layer, you need biscuits ofcourse! But work wise, all you have to do is make coffee! hehe. Just dissolve some instant coffee powder in warm water. And stick it in the freezer to cool down. You want everything to be as chill as possible in the recipe before you are ready to be assemble. We’ll bring this out once we are ready to assemble.

coffee dissolved in water in a bowl

Biscoff sauce layer

If you’ve had biscoff cookie butter before, then you KNOW how thick it really is. I add warm milk to the cookie butter and whisk it. This makes the cookie butter sauce and becomes easily pourable. Cover this and stick it in the freezer too.

Ice cream Layer

While our coffee and sauce cools down, we are going to prepare our ice cream base.

ingredients for ice cream base

First up, whip up condensed milk and cream cheese together for about 5 mins. After 5 mins it will look frothy and airy, and will also double up in volume. Stick this in the freezer too for 15 mins.

Bring out your whipping cream and whip till it gives you stiff peaks. Bring back the condensed milk mixture and add it to your whip cream. Gently whisk it together on the slowest possible setting of the electric beater. Or you can also use a spatula to fold the condensed milk in.

Now its time to assemble.

Assembling the Biscoff Ice cream cake

Bring the sauce and coffee out and let the show begin! I am using a 12 x 4 inch pan but you can also use a standard 9 x 5 bread loaf pan. I started by adding 3 ladles of ice cream on the base of my pan. Dropped about 4 tbsp of sauce on top of it.

And then dipped my lotus biscuits in cold coffee and placed it on top of sauce.

NOTE: Lotus biscoff cookies are very soft once they touch moisture. When you dip in coffee, just dip and remove immediately. DON’T let your biscuits sit in the coffee. Dip and remove, dip and remove.

Once you reach the top, give your loaf a good tap on the counter to get rid of any air pockets. Cover the pan with cling wrap and keep it in the freezer overnight.

To de-mold the cake, just flip it on the serving tray and run a warm towel around it. And then press the pan in the centre with your thumb. Sometimes it doesn’t work in one go, in which case repeat the process.

an orange towel on top of an inverted bread load pan

Drizzle leftover biscoff sauce all over your bar and some cookie crumbs or really any topping that you want to do.

sliced lotus biscoff icecream cake log

Substitutes for ingredients if you live in Pakistan/India

  • Philadelphia cream cheese – You can use Yogurt instead of cream cheese. Just put the yogurt through a tea strainer or a cheesecloth to get rid of all the water and use it.
  • You can use Candi biscuit instead of Lotus if you live in Pakistan.
  • You can skip the Lotus sauce and use chocolate sauce or caramel sauce instead.
  • If you can’t find whipping cream, get a hold of regular tetra pak cream and whip it up in a cold steel bowl.

Other similar recipes that you may like

Lotus Biscoff cake
No-bake Vanilla custard biscoff bars.
Malai kulfi log (Indian / Pakistani ice cream in a giant log)
No-bake Blueberry cheesecake
Dairy free – No churn, pineapple and coconut ice-cream
No-bake Chocolate and peanut butter bars

slices of lotus ice cream cake in 5 plates

Lotus Biscoff Ice cream Cake

Yield: 12 to 15 servings
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Freezing time: 1 day
Total Time: 1 day 30 minutes

A twist on the traditional ice cream cake, made by using Lotus cookies and Biscoff spread


Required materials

  • A standard 9 x 5 inch bread loaf pan (I used a 12 x 4 inch pan)
  • 4 bowls.
  • A hand whisk and an electric whisk.
  • Space in the freezer

Ice cream layer

  • 3/4 cup of Cream cheese (134 gms)
  • 2 cups of Heavy whipping cream (450 ml)
  • 1 1/4 cup of Condensed Milk ( a 400 gm can)

Biscuit layer

  • 2 Packets of Lotus Biscuits (500 gm)
  • 2 tbsp Instant Coffee powder
  • 1 1/4 cup Water

Biscoff sauce layer

  • 1/2 of a regular Biscoff cookie butter jar. (200 to 250 gms)
  • 3/4 cup Milk


Biscuit layer prep

  1. In a bowl, add instant coffee powder and warm water. Mix until the coffee granules dissolve completely.
  2. Stick the bowl in the freezer while working on the next steps.
  3. Set your cookies aside for assembly

Biscoff sauce layer

  1. Take out biscoff cookie butter in another bowl.
  2. Heat milk in the microwave for a minute at high.
  3. Pour the milk on the cookie butter and hand whisk it to make a smooth sauce.
  4. Cover and keep the bowl in the freezer as well while proceeding to next step.

Ice Cream layer

  1. Whip condensed milk and cream cheese with an electric hand mixer for about 5 mins or until it gets soft and fluffy.
  2. Keep in fridge till ready to assemble dessert.
  3. Whip the whipping cream at high speed until you see soft peaks and the cream is stable
  4. Add the whipped cream cheese and condensed milk in the whipping cream. Use the electric beater to combine everything together at low speed. Do not over beat once everything is mixed together.
  5. Keep mixture in the fridge if you aren't ready to assemble immediately.


  1. Bring everything out of the fridge/freezer.
  2. Start by adding a layer of Ice cream base on the bottom of the loaf pan. I used 3 ladles of ice cream mix for each layer. Spread out the ice cream base as evenly as possible.
  3. Drizzle the biscoff sauce all over the ice cream base. I used 4 to 5 tbsp of sauce for each layer
  4. Dip Biscoff cookies in the cold coffee and line on the top of the sauce. Don't let the biscuits be dipped for very long. Just dip and remove immediately.
  5. Repeat all the layers of the dessert, preferably ending with the cookie and coffee layer.
  6. Cover the loaf with a cling wrap and keep in the freezer for 18+ hours.
  7. When you are ready to dish out, remove the loaf from the freezer and invert it on top of the serving tray.
  8. Run a towel dipped in hot water all around the edge and bottom of the loaf pan for a minute. Pick up loaf from the edge and press in the centre of the loaf. Repeat again if the ice cream cake doesn't slide out.
  9. Once the ice cream slides out, Stick it back in the freezer for 10 mins to allow the edges to harden up again.
  10. Top it off by drizzling leftover cookie butter sauce and some Biscoff cookie crumbs.
  11. Slice and serve.



You can use strained yogurt instead of cream cheese
You can use caramel or chocolate sauce instead of lotus

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 15 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 400Total Fat: 34gSaturated Fat: 15gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 16gCholesterol: 59mgSodium: 700mgCarbohydrates: 242gFiber: 12gSugar: 41gProtein: 44g

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1 year ago

The recipe is amazing ???? ????????
Can wait to try it

1 year ago

Can you substitute anything for the coffee? This sounds delicious, but im not too keen on coffee flavours

8 months ago

I made this today with my 7 year old granddaughter. It’s a brilliant recipe. Easy enough to make and assemble, every single element tastes fabulous, and together they are a dream.
It’s so good we decided to make pudding shaped one for Christmas.
Many thanks!

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