People are making Biscoff pasta and we don’t know how to feel

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Honestly, at this point, we thought we’d seen every Lotus Biscoff recipe on the internet.

But Biscoff pasta? It’s a thing now, and it’s doing the rounds on social.

The concept comes from content creator, Walla Abu-Eid, who you might remember for bringing us Biscoff Lasagne not long ago (honestly, the creative genius is unrivalled).

It might look like your standard fettuccine, but there’s a catch.

The pasta is actually made from chopped up crepes, so it’s not as weird as you might first have thought.

Walla, from Sydney, Australia, only used five ingredients to make the viral dessert – flour, eggs, milk, white chocolate, and a trusty jar of Lotus Biscoff spread.

All she did was make the crepes as normal, using a blender to ensure the batter was smooth, cooked them and then rolled them up in a stack and sliced them into strips about a quarter of an inch wide.

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The pasta is actually sliced up crepe (Credit: Walla Abu-Eid)

When she unrolled the crepes, she as left with pasta that resembled fettuccine, and all that was left to do was the Biscoff sauce. 

She made this by mixing 200g of Biscoff (which is about half the jar) with 10 tablespoons of boiling water. Yup, it’s as easy as that. 

She then placed the ‘fettuccine’ on top of a plate and drizzled it with sauce, before grating some white chocolate on top. Parmesan who?! 

It’s safe to say the video caused a lot of buzz, with a whole bunch of people saying they wanted to try it at home.

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Biscoff sauce couldn’t be easier to make (Credit: Walla Abu-Eid)

“This is so innovative!! Love this take on fettuccine,” said one.

Whilst another wrote: “This is genius”.

Others responded a little more tentatively.

“I can’t decide if this is the best or worst thing I’ve ever seen,” a fourth wrote.

You can find the full recipe on Walla’s Instagram (and if you need us, we’ll be stuffing our face with Biscoff fettuccine. Brb).