Patisserie Valerie launches new vegan cakes nationwide – including Lotus Biscoff flavour

Author: Liam Gilliver

Read Time:   |  10th January 2023

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Cafe chain Patisserie Valerie has upped its vegan offerings in time for Veganuary, with treats including a Plant-Based Lotus Biscoff Cake.


Patisserie Valerie has launched two new vegan cakes in time for Veganuary.

The high-street cafe chain says its ‘indulgent plant-based creations’ are ‘just as delicious as the real thing’ – guaranteed to satisfy the ‘sweetest of teeth’.

Vegan cake at Patisserie Valerie

Customers can choose from the Plant-Based Chocolate Cake, which consists of three layers of ‘rich chocolate’ sponge, layered with hand-piped ‘velvety rich chocolate plant-based cream’, and sprinkled with a chocolate sponge crumb.

A six-inch cake serves 10 portions and retails at £34.95. Larger cakes at eight inches (14 portions) are also available to order for £46.95.

 Image credit: Patisserie Valerie

Image credit: Patisserie Valerie


Lotus Biscoff Cake

For those not too keen on chocolate overload, Valerie Patisserie has also debuted a Plant-Based Lotus Biscoff Cake.

“Made with a special plant-based recipe consisting of Lotus Biscoff cream sandwiched between three layers of soft vanilla sponge, this is a must for Biscoff fans,” the brand said in a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living

The Plant-Based Lotus Biscoff Cake is available in two sizes: six-inch (12 portion) for £34.95, and eight-inch (14 portions) for £46.95.

Both vegan offerings are available to order online for nationwide delivery.

Veganuary 2023 is shaping up to be the biggest year yet! Take a look at all the hot new Veganuary products launching this January.

Written by

Liam Gilliver

Liam is a journalist working for the Mirror, Daily Express, Daily Star and OK! Magazine. He's also the author of We're Worried About Him and has been published in the likes of The Independent, Huffington Post, and Attitude Magazine.

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