Do you enjoy Costco’s Lotus Biscoff Cookies? I’ve always found them deliciously addictive. I’m also a fan of most Costco cakes, so when I saw this Kirkland Signature Biscoff Cream Cake at my local warehouse, I couldn’t wait to get it home and give it a try. Long story short, I was not disappointed! This cake is one of the best Costco bakery items I’ve had. I hope it sticks around for a long time.
Other cakes from the Costco bakery are the Kirkland Signature Tuxedo Cake, Kirkland Signature Pistachio Cake, Kirkland Signature Tiramisu, Kirkland Signature Sour Cream Butter Pound Cake, Kirkland Signature Mini Raspberry Cakes, Kirkland Signature English Toffee Cheesecake, Kirkland Signature New York Style Cheesecake and the Kirkland Signature Strawberry Shortcake.
Location in Store
This is located in the refrigerated bakery section at Costco, the item number is 1756793.
This cake is delicious. I can’t believe how much it tastes like the Lotus Biscoff cookies but in cake form!
The actual cake is a vanilla cake that’s nice and moist but it doesn’t have any Biscoff flavor.
There are two layers of cake and in between the layers is a layer of fairly sweet Biscoff cookie ganache and then a layer of a cinnamon flavored less sweet, cream icing. The cream icing is similar to a thick whipped cream.
The top of the cake has a very sweet, thick Biscoff-flavored ganache. I love how the side of the cake has actual Biscoff cookie crumbles all over it. This cake is perfectly moist, not too sweet and the best part is that it actually really tastes like the cookies.
I’ve been finding some Costco products a bit too sweet lately but not this cake. I really enjoy the strong cinnamon and caramel flavor of the cake and can’t really think of any complaints about the taste.
I will say I did give some cake to my parents who found it far too rich and sugary for their tastebuds but they also noted that as they’ve got older they find they “can’t handle” sweet desserts like they used to.
The cake costs $24.99 Canadian at Costco which isn’t cheap but it’s also very large, it could easily serve 12 people. I think the price is quite reasonable.
The cake needs to be kept refrigerated and the best-before date is about five days from when it was packaged. I wouldn’t hesitate to serve this for a birthday, family gathering or any other special event.
Although the cake has been previously frozen I think it’s fine to freeze it a second time because there’s no way my small family can eat this much cake. My 18-month-old daughter got a few bites and she loved it as much as Sean and I did!
1/19th of the Costco Biscoff Cake contains 350 calories, 20 grams of fat, 41 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, 26 grams of sugar, two grams of protein and 230 milligrams of sodium.
I think most people are going to have a serving that’s larger than 1/19th of the cake so that’s something to consider.
Store-bought cake is the kind of food you can always expect to have unhealthy ingredients. I don’t love how many artificial ingredients and preservatives are in bakery products when I know I can make a cake or cookies with just a few staple pantry ingredients.
The cake contains milk, egg, wheat, soy and sulfites and may contain tree nuts, peanuts, sesame, oats, rye, barley and triticale.
This cake is so good and really unique! I know Costco won’t be carrying it around forever so if you’re a fan of Biscoff cookies and you can buy it, I would.
Have you tried the Kirkland Signature Biscoff Cream Cake? What did you think of it? Drop a comment below!
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