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Lotus Biscoff Classic Biscuits 300 Pack $29.99 ($26.99 Sub & Save) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Down from $31.99. At $26.99 with subscribe & save discount it's the cheapest I remember seeing on Amazon for this individually wrapped bulk pack. 300 Biscuits at $26.99 = $0.09/Biscuit. The $29.09 deal didn't appear to have 10% subscribe & save discount.

This appears to matching the Woolworths online only special $1.40 8pk (8x2p), if you wanted a smaller pack. Minimum order for Woolworths click & collect is $30. You would save $0.39 if you ordered 19 packs (304 biscuits) from Woolworths for $26.60.

I think it works out the same price as this deal for 1 pack (assuming that is 32 biscuits), but this 300 pack is individually wrapped which some prefer.


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  • +3 votes

    ahh man.. thought it was the spread!
    my local woolworths always sells out of it!!

    • +6 votes

      You can make your own spread by grinding these.

      • +1 vote

        recipe pls..
        that way i can have the spread or the biscuit :D

  • +3 votes

    These are so addictive

    • +5 votes

      Yeah, sugar is addictive.

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        That's why I'm going to make ice cream with this and the spread.

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          OMG that’s a great idea. Biscuits and ice cream! Now 300 packs may not be enough

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    only $2 of discount

  • +17 votes

    as delicious as these are, that's a lot of uncesscary plastic :(

    • +12 votes

      Yeah. If you don't want individually wrapped, best to buy 1 of these 250g packs instead.

      Regardless of which sort you buy remember to return the wrapper(s) to the Redcycle bins outside Woolworths/Coles etc. when you next go.

      • +1 vote

        Regardless of which sort you buy remember to return the wrapper(s) to the Redcycle bins(redcycle.net.au) outside Woolworths/Coles etc. when you next go.

        Thumbs up. I use that facility all the time but I do wonder how much of that ends up in a landfill, after all? Genuine question.

        • +8 votes

          I think Redcycle are pretty good, as long as the plastic isn't contaminated it should be reused for signs, furniture etc. It's all done in Victoria. There's a lot of info in the FAQ on their website. It seems quite transparent and reliable. Unlike council recycling programs and all the issues we hear about that being sent overseas and ending up in landfill, only a minority of stuff actually recycled etc.

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      I'm only not ordering because of the ridiculous amount of plastic. Redcycle is fantastic and I use it for EVERY bit of soft plastic I buy (quick rinse, dry it, bin when returning to Woolies) but it's much better not to buy in the first place. 👍

  • +8 votes

    …and this is why we have an obesity and diabetes epidemic….

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      ….and a problem with plastic rubbish

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    Sweet, I'll be set for at least the next 2 months.

    • -1 vote

      pfft amatuer - this will last me 2 weeks 🤣

  • +1 vote

    Jesus I feel like I got cancer just by reading the ingredients.

    • +6 votes

      What do you mean? they're not bad as far as bisucits go:

      Wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oil (palm oil from sustainable and certified plantations, rapeseed oil), candy sugar syrup, raising agent (sodium hydrogen carbonate), soy flour, salt, cinnamon.

      That said, no idea what "candy sugar syrup" is. Unless you're some food nazi who only eats raw ingredients or something, people could do worse than these biscuits.

      • -2 votes

        and less ingredients than the fake meat brigade!

        Beyond Burger
        "Water, Pea Protein*, Expeller-Pressed Canola Oil, Refined Coconut Oil, Rice Protein, Natural Flavors, Cocoa Butter, Mung Bean Protein, Methylcellulose, Potato Starch, Apple Extract, Pomegranate Extract, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Vinegar, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Sunflower Lecithin, Beet Juice Extract (for color)."

        Not chicken nuggets
        "Plant Nugget Substrate (75%) [Rehydrated Wheat Protein (45%) (Water, Wheat Protein, Wheat Flour), Water, Canola Oil, Natural Flavouring, Pea Protein, Thickeners (461, 412, 415), Wheat Protein, Maize Starch, Bamboo Fibre, Yeast, Yeast Extract], Coating [Wheat Flour, Water, Canola Oil, Salt, Wheat Gluten, Natural Colours (Paprika Oleoresins, Turmeric), Sugar, Yeast, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Rosemary Extract]."

        Super Nature Frozen Super Pulses Vegan Bolognese
        "Bolognese Sauce (61.5%) [Water, Vegetables {Onion, Mushrooms (3%), Cauliflower (3%), Carrot (2%)}, Tomato Paste, Tomatoes {Tomatoes, Food Acid (330), Firming Agent (509)}, Roast Vegetable Mix (Eggplant (1%), Zucchini, Red Capsicum (1%), Yellow Capsicum), Green Lentils (1.5%), Red Lentils (1%), Sugar, Salt, Vegetable Oil, Garlic, Herb, Yeast Extract (Natural Flavour), Thickener (1422), Spices, Paprika Extract, Food Acid (330), Natural Flavour], Green Pea Pasta (22.5%) [Water, Green Pea Flour], Vegetable Mix [Butternut Pumpkin (4%), Spinach (4%), Carrot (4%), Red Capsicum (3.5%)]"

        Sanitarium So Good Chocolate Bliss Frozen Dessert Tub
        "water, cane sugar, glucose syrup, maltodextrin, soy protein (3%), cocoa powder (2.5%), sunflower oil, emulsifier (471, 477), vegetable gums (460, 412, 466,407a), flavours, acidity regulator (potassium citrate), salt."

        • -1 vote

          You aren't even that good at being anti-vego

          Beyond Burger: 926 kJ/100g, 18% protein, 16% fat, 2.7% carbs, 0% sugar.
          Super Nature Frozen Super Pulses Vegan Bolognese: 346kj/100g, 4% protein, 1% fat, 13.5% carbs, 3.5% sugar, lots of veggies listed in that impressive list of ingredients.

          Biscoff bisc: 2020kJ/100g, 5% protein, 19% fat (8% saturated), 72.6% carbs, incl. 38% sugar.

          But hey, I'm not a selective brainstormer, so I'll straight admit that you don't eat more than two biscoffs at a time… or are you?

      • +3 votes

        Yes, not too bad. Apart from sugar, the worst ingredients are rapeseed oil and soy flour. But a biscuit or two with coffee is probably not harmful.

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          Rapeseed oil is just canola oil, I am fairly certain. (don't want to google, at work)

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            @Htu08: Googled it, as I'm not at work

            What’s the Difference Between Canola and Rapeseed Oils?
            In the 1970s canola was created through traditional plant cross-breeding by removing two things found in the rapeseed plant: glucosinolates and erucic acid. Erucic acid was removed because it was believed to be inedible or toxic in high doses. The newly developed plant was renamed “canola,” a combination of “Canadian” and “oil” (or ola) to make this difference apparent.

            By definition, if a seed is labelled “canola” it has to have less than 30 micromoles of glucosinolates and less than 2% of erucic acid.

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              @sneakydean: oh wow, didn't know that!

              Interesting, I suppose the non farmer conglomerate variants are free to use and are rapeseed as opposed to canola?

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            @Htu08: Yes it is. But that was not my point. See this: When Vegetable Oil Isn't as Healthy as You Think

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              @findingbargains: Oh right! You are actually talking about how most oils are pretty bad for you.

              Ah yeah, well you know, it is a cookie, I suppose.

      • +3 votes

        I'm more of a Walkers Shortbread kinda guy. Wheat Flour, Butter (32%), Sugar, Salt. Much better.

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      The link says “all natural ingredients”

      • +2 votes

        Plutonium is a natural ingredient too.

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          Plutonium is almost all human made. I prefer uranium in my biscuits. 100% natural.

  • +1 vote

    As a bowl of petunias once said - 'Oh No, not again'

    Purchased these last time - Got 3 packs in before I stopped and pushed as far back into the pantry as they'd go.
    Probably still there for all I'd know.

    Too much sweetness, so hard to stop.

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      Nice H2G2 reference 😎

      Avoiding these as I fear I would be in the same boat…

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    Delicious biscuits!!!

    I got one from the previous deal too.

  • +3 votes

    The spread is better… imo

    This is a good deal though, stock is so hard to find because every instagram local 'Karen's Cake' page is doing Biscoff desserts.

  • +1 vote

    The only time I have ever eaten these is off the top of the vegan Biscoff donut from Brooklyn Donut, which is divine!

    I can't imagine ploughing through boxes of them though.

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    I love Biscoff but individually packaged :( just the thought of all those plastic makes my head hurt. Patiently waiting for deals on the 250g pack.

  • +3 votes

    Ronaldo pushes them aside

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      If you need Ronaldo to make a statement, that only says what average human IQ is. But, that won't hurt Coca Cola anyway. Still, too many who will continue buying it, among other things that are not good for human consumption, but, you know, tastes good.

  • +2 votes

    Anyone tried the Woolworths Biscoff Cake ?
    https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/104629

    • +2 votes

      It's amazing and vegan.

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      It's average, but that's the same with all supermarket cakes. At least the mud cake costs $3 so it doesn't matter if it's average.

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't the 250g pack works out cheaper when you save & subscribe ($1.31/100g vs $1.44/100g)?

    • +5 votes

      I worked it out per biscuit. I don't think the 1.875kg weight listed is correct. As if 250g is 32 biscuits, then 1.875kg should be 240 biscuits. But you get 300 biscuits in this pack.

      250g pack is $3.27 for 32 biscuits = $0.102/Biscuit

      This is $26.99 for 300 biscuits = $0.089/Biscuit

      Correct me if I am wrong also.

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        Sounds about right, thanks OP!

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          I also checked the 250g pack in my cupboard and it says 32 servings. Also found it here "32 Lotus Biscoff Biscuits per 250g packet".

  • +3 votes

    Alottoff Biscoff

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    Now showing temporarily out of stock.

    • +2 votes

      Back in stock FYI @SpaceInvader112

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        Thank you! Ordered a box, enough Biscoff to last me a week ;)

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    Never had it before but kept seeing it… so pulled the trigger on it… hopefully it’s good! Thanks OP!

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    Be warned, these are individually wrapped (yes one biscuit per pack). It took us longer to unwrap them then it took us to grind them and put it on the base of a cheese cake.

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      I have some pre-wrapped ones and there are 2 per pack.

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    1.8 kg of the spread for $16