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Dark chocolate digestive for me. Aldi or Tesco’s own are more than acceptable.

Eating hunners of them at present!😂

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Macy has started a thread about biscuits. Call Boris Johnson, this isolation has gone too far.

Too many to choose from but I really like shortbread and I also am a fan of chocolate digestives, but milk chocolate for me.  
 

 

  

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16 minutes ago, dan cake said:

Controversial answer but Jaffa cake’s and preferably from the fridge. 

I really like jaffa cakes too. It would actually have been easier to name the biscuits i dont like.
I have never had them from the fridge though. How does that affect the sponge? Does it make it go that brittle way? That would be a big no no . 

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Classic........ haven’t had one in years, maybe decades, but remember they are good. 
A woman at work has been bringing in Gold biscuits...... or tony hadley’s as they’re now known...... she gets them from poundland or something and whilst so sweet yer teeth dissolve, it’s almost impossible to stop at 3!

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Rocky (Caramel ones) 

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34 minutes ago, Orraloon said:

There is a rumour going round that Mr Tidy likes a bit of chocolate on his biscuit. 

And Mrs likes a custard cream.

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32 minutes ago, glasgow jock said:

Rocky (Caramel ones) 

They probably edge it, but the red wrapper ones are excellent too.

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6 hours ago, TDYER63 said:
I have never had them from the fridge though. How does that affect the sponge? Does it make it go that brittle way? That would be a big no no . 

I said fridge not freezer!

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I quite like a Garibaldi or a Hills Digestive cream but my favourites are Ringtons Ginger Biscuits.

Edited by hoofitharder

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5 minutes ago, thplinth said:

I believe Jaffa Cakes are officially cakes according to Customs & Excise.

Correct only to avoid paying “biscuit” tax tho. The difference between biscuits and cakes is when they go off, biscuits go soft and cakes go hard. Neither has ever made it to that stage in my house 

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43 minutes ago, dan cake said:

Correct only to avoid paying “biscuit” tax tho. The difference between biscuits and cakes is when they go off, biscuits go soft and cakes go hard. Neither has ever made it to that stage in my house 

@Orraloon It’s all set up for you.

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Favourite biscuit? Fox's Crunch Creams.

 

I purchased some Cherry Bakewell flavoured McVities Chocolate Digestives the other day.

 

 

Jaffa Cakes are NOT biscuits.

Also, anything individually wrapped (Club, Gold, etc...) does not qualify in the biscuit debate.

It must be a biscuit; not a bar.

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