digestive biscuit


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digestive biscuit

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(Cookery) a round semisweet biscuit made from wholemeal flour
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Upon visiting all the retail counters, even when people know that McVities as a brand existed, they were not aware of what McVities Digestive biscuit was all about, and how it was different.
Scotland can have the digestive biscuit but it really doesn't need it.
1 Ground the digestive biscuit and mix with soft butter.
based Great Brands of Europe, looked across the English Channel to develop a new addition to its popular line of international tea biscuits--the company's take on the classic British digestive biscuit.
Featuring giant bales of wheat, the chief ingredient, the tribute to the iconic digestive biscuit was inspired by its inclusion in the recent Icons "A Portrait of England" poll for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport's Culture Online project.
Lay a digestive biscuit in the centre of each plate, then place a fanned pear on top.
Bakels, one of the UK's leading suppliers of bakery ingredients, offers bakers a digestive biscuit crumb that makes an ideal base for bakers to produce an extensive range of desserts for both their coffee shops and takeaway business.
TOP OF THE CHOCS Digestive biscuit is a favourite among Brits
You could also add some digestive biscuit crumbs to the top of the custard (before adding the decorations, of course) if you want to give the beach an even sandier look.
Raspberry Seduction has a digestive biscuit base with vanilla cheese batter and sauce, and is sprayed with chocolate coating and topped with mousse, chocolate curls and raspberry drizzle.
Llanrwst-based Scilicorns Bakery has begun production of a new digestive biscuit using wheat grown in the Conwy Valley.
I liken it to tasting a digestive biscuit after decades of gorging on pink wafers and jammy dodgers.