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Speculoos spice blend

Speculoos spice blend

This spicy mix is perfect for all your sweet and savoury recipes


This Speculoos mix is perfect for amazing your guests with your very own home-made Speculoos biscuits. Delicious with a cup of tea or coffee or crumbled in your desserts. Use 1 teaspoon of the mix per kilo of dough.
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How to Use Speculoos Spice Blend in Your Dishes?

Explore the Delicate Flavors of This Blend

This spice blend, inspired by Nordic flavors, fragrant and full of taste, will turn your simple dishes into real successes!

How to Use Speculoos Spice Blend?

Here are our recipe ideas to use speculoos spice blend in your kitchen:

Spiced Apple Pie: Sprinkle a teaspoon of speculoos spice blend on your pie before baking it;

Speculoos Mousse: Mix 1 teaspoon of speculoos spice blend with your mascarpone before whipping it into a mousse;

Speculoos Cookies: Add 1 teaspoon of speculoos spice blend to your cookie dough before mixing it with chocolate chips;

Apple and Speculoos Crumble: Sprinkle homemade speculoos on your crumble mixture before baking it;

Duck Breast with Speculoos Flavors: At the end of cooking the duck breast, sprinkle a pinch of speculoos spice blend on the meat;

Speculoos Tiramisu: Replace the ladyfingers in the traditional recipe with homemade speculoos;

Speculoos Truffles: After making your speculoos, roll them in the speculoos spice blend mixture.

The Recipe for Homemade Speculoos by Terre Exotique


240 g of flour;
110 g of butter;
1 egg;
100 g of sugar;
100 g of brown sugar;
1 teaspoon of speculoos spice blend.


Using a mixer, combine the butter and sugars, then add the egg. In another bowl, mix the flour and speculoos spice blend. Incorporate the butter, sugar, and egg mixture into the flour and speculoos spice blend mixture to form a dough. Wrap it in cling film and refrigerate for about 1 hour. Roll out your speculoos dough on a floured surface using a rolling pin. Cut out your biscuits with a cookie cutter and place them on a wire rack lined with parchment paper. Bake for 10 minutes at 165°C. Let them cool and store your biscuits away from light and moisture. Use your speculoos in your culinary preparations or enjoy them with tea or coffee.

Speculoos Spice Blend, a Mixture Straight from the Northern Countries

This spicy yet sweet recipe enhances all preparations. This Terre Exotique blend will take you on a journey while remaining suitable for your kitchen thanks to precisely measured spices. Excellent in cake batter, sprinkled on duck breast, in brioche dough, or even in the famous cinnamon rolls.

The Famous Speculoos Spice Blend

This small biscuit is a big classic in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, and northern France. Originally, it was distributed to children on December 6, Saint Nicholas' Day. Today, it is the perfect companion to a cup of coffee, tiramisu, or even duck breast! With this speculoos spice blend, you can make your own homemade speculoos and delight all your loved ones. This Terre Exotique blend is composed of cinnamon, green anise, fennel, coriander, ginger, cloves, green cardamom, nutmeg, and black pepper. All these spices are combined and ground into powder for multiple uses in your savory and sweet cuisine.

Where Does Speculoos Come From?

The History of the Little Cake Called Speculoos

Speculoos are biscuits that traditionally take the form of Saint Nicholas. According to legend, Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of children, distributed these spicy little cakes to the village children during his visit. Since then, speculoos has been the traditional cake enjoyed on Saint Nicholas' Day, December 6. The origin of the name of this cake is uncertain; indeed, several versions exist, either the term "species" to refer to spices or the term "speculator" which referred to the bishop. These biscuits are also known by several names; in Belgium, they are called speculoos, in the Netherlands, they are called speculos, and in Germany, they are called spekulatius.

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Allergen Absence
Native country FRANCE
Ingredients cinnamon, green anise, fennel, coriander, ginger, clove, green
cardamom, nutmeg, black pepper.
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.

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