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Belgico Speculoos (Caramelized Biscuits) Spread


What is Speculoos


Speculoos is a type of spiced shortcrustbiscuit, traditionally baked for consumption on or just before St Nicholas' feast in the Netherlands (December 5), Belgium (December 6),  and around Christmas in the western and southern parts of Germany. Speculaas are thin, very crunchy, caramelized, slightly browned.


Speculoos dough does not rise much., baked with light brown beet sugar and baking powder usinge Indian, Indonesian, and Mediterranean spices. Traditionally, speculooswere made from Frisian flour and spices. The name speculoos was coined for Belgian wheat flour cookies with hardly any spices. Today most speculoos versions are made from white (wheat) flour, brown sugar, butter or Margarine and spices.

The dough is prepared by beating butter, sugar and spices and combining them. The flour and leavening agent are mixed separately and then added.


 We are careful not to overwork the dough, so it will rise slightly. The dough is stored in a cool place overnight to give the spices time to permeate the dough and add extra flavor.


Belgico Speculoos Spread made of crashed belgian caramelised biscuits with a hint of natural cinnamon taste which makes the combination extra aromatic and enhance the taste . 

Belgico Speculoos Spread is available creamy & crunchy both recipes are made of authentic natural ingredients, free of any GMO (genetically modified organism).


We can supply different types of nuts paste for sandwiches and sweets such as:


Pistachio Spread

Hazelnut Spread

Almond Spread


All made of the finest ingredients to keep our product in the same level we used to be and satisfy our clients.

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Belgico Speculoos Packaging Data:


400g x 12/Tray

122 Tray/PAL

Belgico Speculoos Original

Belgico Speculoos Crunchy

Belgico creams & fillings

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