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Cadbury Mini Fingers Biscuits Bag, 6 x 19.3g

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Of course they’re in the top three, they’re Custard bloody Creams. They’ve been around longer than the world. You’ll find them at every birthday, wedding, funeral, job interview and subsequent job firing meeting because they’re always there for you. Custard Creams don’t ask for much. They just plod along in this godforsaken world, doing their best and encouraging you to do the same. Dip them in tea, eat them dry, do whatever the hell you want. Just be happy. I think a loy of the moving around of sweets, nuts and crisps in supermarkets (not just Waitrose) is the result of a government directive that says thye should not be in highly visible parts of the shop and should not be all together.

We'll certainly be keeping our eyes peeled for these in the biscuit aisle this autumn, though can't say we'll be sharing! Canterbury Christ Church University student Francesca Hufton has blown social media users away after posting a photo of the treats bobbing alongside as she enjoyed a soak on Monday. THEY ARE BISCUITS PLEASE JUST HEAR ME OUT OKAY STOP SHOUTING THANK YOU. Marshmallow and chocolate on a BISCUIT base. Ergo, they are biscuits and what’s more is they are magnificent. The individual foil wrappers add to the spectacle that Tea Cakes demand. They are delicious and a fun treat to consume. Often forgotten in this hectic world, Tea Cakes are a vital part of modern society. Please, I beg you, make some time to consume a Tea Cake before the week is out. You deserve it. Give one to a friend. Phone a distant family member. Kiss a stranger’s baby. Live your goddamn life.Fruit, as we have learned, does not belong in a biscuit under any circumstances. Although Fig Rolls are inexplicably better than Garibaldis and Fruit Shortcakes, they’re still not terrific. The biscuit part does the heavy lifting here. It’s smooth, crunchy and slightly doughy which works well with the fig filling. In fairness to the fig, it’s heavily sweetened so that it doesn’t feel overly healthy, but it is. Deep down, it contains health and that is not the objective of a biscuity treat. Your Nan buys Fig Rolls. For you. But you decline them, you ungrateful but absolutely correct son of a bitch. I’ve made my feelings on Hobnobs perfectly clear when I gave them a 19th place positioning in this list, but with the addition of chocolate, they’re an entirely different ballgame. Chocolate makes everything better. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, all of these mealtimes can be improved with chocolate. So can a biscuit as weak as a Hobnob reclaim some dignity with the addition of a chocolate coating? It absolutely bloody well can, yes. Chocolate Hobnobs taught me to love again. They are delicious, albeit a bit crummy in their aftermath. An insane choice? Surely not? Well, you better believe it. Jammie Dodgers have been deprived of acclaim for far too long. Sure, they’re not as established as some of their biscuity counterparts. They didn’t burst onto the scene until a short 50 years ago, but they’ve made great headway in that time. Their salty shortbread mixed with root canal-inducing raspberry jam provides a legitimate party in your mouth with every bite, especially combined with a mandatory cup of tea. You feel satisfied after a Jammie Dodger. Not all biscuits truly sate your appetite like these beefy boys do. A biscuit that has been named after a bodily function does not deserve respect, frankly. Digestive biscuits should never be anyone’s first choice. If a Digestive biscuit was a person, it would be Ross Geller. A digestive biscuit will always be there, should you need it, but ideally you’re never going to be in a position where that’s a top priority. Their performance when dunked into tea is laughable. They leave a trail of crumbs wherever they go and overall, they’re boring as hell. If you love Digestives, you are a Tory. Then Divide the buttercream into four. Use one quarter to sandwich the two halves of the cake together. Use two quarters for the sides and top smoothing out with a palette knife. Place the yummy Cadbury Dairy Milk and White Chocolate Fingers, one after the other, around the circumference.

In need of some positivity? Get delicious recipe ideas, uplifting lifestyle news, and fashion and beauty tips. Make the most of your time at home and enjoy Good Housekeeping delivered directly to your door every month! Sieve the flour and Cadbury Bournville Cocoa together into the bowl and fold in gently using a spatula to get a lovely even colour all the way through. Not even giving rise to the biscuit/cake divide here because it’s the most boring discussion since the great sparkling water debate of 2013 which we have all blanked from our memories. Jaffa Cakes are a confusing biscuit, they don’t crunch, they don’t snap and they certainly don’t adapt to the conditions met with being dunked into a cup of tea. Whatever they are, they’re not awful. If someone put a plate of Jaffa Cakes in front of you, are you going to eat one? Yes, absolutely. At the end of the day, they are a treat. They combine chocolate with some sort of dough, ergo, they are not bad. The third year mental health nursing student explained that her “experiment” had come about after a patient recommended it. Pipe the last quarter of the buttercream on the top and grate chocolate over (how chocolatey is up to you!)

Cadbury Skeleton Fingers Biscuits (114g) (Box of 20)

Bethan John wrote: “This needs to be like a public service announcement! Now I need to find a way to get my glass of wine to float in the bath too!” bonj1987 added: “We’ve never met but this popped up on my feed and I wanted to thank you for your brilliant contribution to the pool of human knowledge.” Possibly the fanciest biscuit on the list, these guys are pure decadence. They ooze sophistication and grandeur. Having a Viennese biscuit means you are a person who deserves and indulges in life’s finest things from time to time, not because you have to, but because you want to. These are satisfying biscuits. There’s a high quality chocolate piped through the middle and the crunch is life-changing. Credit where it’s due, a Viennese is a delicious biscuit. A cup of tea is mandatory to activate the melting of the chocolate as well as the softening of the biscuit itself. It’s not an everyday biscuit. It’s a treat and it’s a goddamn good one.

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