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Speculoos Caramel Babka

A luxuriously spiced twisted bread made with our delicious Speculoos Caramel Sauce. Thank you to @LovedByLouisa for this recipe!
2 hours 15 minutes
Serves 6
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  • 400g strong bread flour
  • 200ml milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 80g butter
  • Splash vanilla essence
  • Joe and Sephs Speculoos Caramel Sauce
  • 3tbsp dark brown sugar
  • 2tsp dried yeast
  • 2tsp cinnamon


  1. Mix sugar, cinnamon, flour

    1. Combine the sugar, cinnamon and flour in a mixing bowl.

  2. Warm milk, add yeast, mix

    2. Heat the milk so it’s very warm but not hot. Add the yeast and whisk with a fork.

  3. Add milk, eggs to flour. Add melted butter

    3. Melt the butter. Add the milk mix and the eggs to the flour. Once cooled, add the butter.

  4. Knead dough

    4. Combine until a dough forms, then knead for around 8 minutes until stretchy. The aim is to fold the dough over itself as you knead, to create air pockets.

  5. Leave to double

    5. Leave somewhere warm until it doubles in size.

  6. Roll into rectangle, spread caramel

    6. Roll out to form a large rectangular sheet. Melt your caramel and add evenly across the top.

  7. Sprinkle crushed biscoff

    7. Crush the biscoff and sprinkle generously over the top of the caramel layer.

  8. Roll

    8. Start rolling! Holding the sheet lengthways, roll it up as if you were making a Swiss roll shape.

  9. Cut lengthways

    9. With the seam of the dough facing down, slice the roll in half lengthways down the middle.

  10. Twist together

    10. Then each side so that the layers in the centre are facing up. Then start crossing each side over the other to form a twist shape.

  11. Bake

    11. Brush with more melted butter and pop in the oven to bake until golden.

  12. Drizzle caramel

    12. Once out, drizzle with a little more caramel and tuck in!


David Davies
A very comforting recipe. I loved following this.
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