Lotus Biscoff is the flavour that everyone wants to get their hands on these days, and luckily for them, it comes in all shapes and sizes.
We're talking Biscoff biscuits, Biscoff spread, Biscoff cheesecake, Biscoff doughnuts, and the list goes on.
WATCH BELOW: Woolworths' vegan Lotus Biscoff lava cake recipe
Now, the popular biscuit brand has teamed up with Woolworths to create and launch an all new Vanilla Cake with Lotus Biscoff, and it's something all Lotus Biscoff and vegan cake lovers can enjoy.
The vanilla-layered cake is covered in vegan Lotus Biscoff-infused buttercream and drizzled in the popular belgian spread, with hand-finished whole Lotus Biscoff biscuit and crumbled pieces.
Woolworths has exclusively launched the all-new Lotus Biscoff Vanilla Cake.
“Woolworths customers already love Lotus Biscoff, with millions of Lotus Biscoff products sold in our stores every year," Woolworths Category Manager for Instore Bakery, Michael Gullery said.
Michael adds that they wanted to create something new that combines "our popular cakes" with a "much loved, customer’s favourite" biscuit and spread.
“The result is a decadent dessert covered with the iconic biscuit and buttercream," he said.
Woolworths Vanilla Cake with Lotus Biscoff is available from today for $8, and shoppers can find it at Woolworths supermarkets nationally and selected Woolworths Metro stores.
The new cake is available for just $8.
And for those wanting to try their hand at making a Lotus Biscoff cake of their own, Woolworths has also shared a hack for a Biscoff Lava cake.
Taking to Instagram, the supermarket giant shared a video showing its vegan Lotus Biscoff lava cake recipe, both in dairy and vegan options.
"Made with coconut oil and apple puree instead of the traditional butter and eggs, this is the perfect treat for everyone to enjoy," the video caption read.
"This is the perfect treat for everyone to enjoy."
Woolworths' vegan Lotus Biscoff lava cake recipe
1. Remove the Lotus Biscuit from the top of the cake.
2. Cut a hole and remove cake.
3. Warm biscoff spread in microwave with cream (or use a 165ml can of Lite Coconut Cream instead to keep it vegan-friendly).
4. Pour into hole.
5. Cover up with top Biscuit Layer.
6. Cut the cake and watch it ooze!
Chanelle MansourAs a digital writer, Chanelle Mansour covers all things lifestyle, entertainment and food for New Idea.