King of Biscuits – Cost v Benefit Analysis.
Ginger nuts. But – you can pimp Tesco value rich tea with some hazelnut spread and make them into a fancy Spanish style sandwich biscuit thing.
Tesco value bourbons for sure, but it’s the next rung of the cost ladder. Nice thing about ginger nuts (Tesco value again) is they’re low fat – for a biscuit – and can be justified as having medicinal properties too. Maybe.
Hobnobs – way up the cost ladder, but mighty fine if you’re feeling flush. Mmmm. Biscuits.Posted 4 years agochrismancSubscriber
Agree with ginger nuts. Try not to buy them to much as I always end up eating the whole pack.
Money no object choco hobnobs ftw..or quality shortbread. Infact screw choco hobnobs…decent shortbread ftw!
malted milk dipped in milk! Mmmm. Good job the biccy tin is empty!Posted 4 years ago
Link, or it didn’t happen…
Oh, I saulte you and I retract. It appears the malted milk attracts a 16p premium in the tesco value range.
The question remains though, cost v benefit – an (approx) 30 malted milk at a ha’penny extra per biscuit, over a suicidally dull rich tea?Posted 4 years agothe teaboyMember
The question remains though, cost v benefit – an (approx) 30 malted milk at a ha’penny extra per biscuit, over a suicidally dull rich tea?
I’m a quality over quantity man (when it comes to biscuits, anyway)
6 Aldi white choc and cranberry cookies for ~80p. Heaven, and a pack will last a few days.
None of this shovelling in vast quantities of moderately edible brown stuff thanks very much.Posted 4 years agoanonoMember
Whilst I would never turn down any biscuit, the economy versions do tend to leave one feeling a little “dirty”, so I propose the noble fruit shortcake – good crisp texture, enhanced with a scattering of sugar, tempered by the soft fruit buried beneath.
Maybe not the ultimate biscuit experience, but a consistent all round performer at a very reasonable price.Posted 4 years ago
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