People Are Making Biscoff Cake Jars And They Look Tasty AF

Anna Lewis
·1-min read

From Delish

Earlier this week, Marks And Spencer launched a range of Cake-Away jars, and they’ve gone down a treat on the internet. So we’re not surprised to see people having a go at making cake jars themselves at home.

Technically, cake jars are in no way a new thing, but when M&S takes them up a gear like they did with the Colin The Caterpillar version, everyone else is forced to get their cake jar-making game on. And it looks like that means Biscoff cake jars.

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Made using Lotus Biscoff spread, Biscoff biscuits – some turned into crumbs for a final flourish on top – these cake jars look so decadent you almost don’t want to smash into them with your spoon. Almost…

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The best way to make them is to bake a cake like you would usually in a cake tin. You can go for a vanilla sponge, chocolate or even Biscoff if you really want to drive the Biscoff point home. Then once your cake has cooked and cooled, layer a nice-looking jar with pieces of your cake, buttercream or whipped cream, broken up Biscoff biscuits, Biscoff spread, and anything else you fancy really.

Anyone else absolutely starving all of a sudden? Looks like we'll be having a Biscoff cake jar for lunch then... and dinner... and breakfast, tbh...

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