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D Digestive biscuit Dog biscuit Domino cookie Dunking biscuit. E Easter biscuit Empire biscuit. F Fat rascal Flapjack oat bar Florentine biscuit Funeral biscuit. G Garibaldi biscuit Ginger snap Gingerbread house Gingerbread man. H Hardtack High energy biscuit Hobnob biscuit. J Jaffa Cakes Jammie Dodgers. L Ladyfinger biscuit Lebkuchen Lincoln biscuit. N Neula Nice biscuit. Oreos are a good example. ALL these are cookies: pepperidgefarm. Context is critical in deciding which term to use.

British biscuit is not a term average Americans would think of, but seeing the picture you provided they would automatically say cookie. Crackers are not cookies they are a completely separate thing. All the answers are good but somewhat complicated. Show 1 more comments. Active Oldest Votes. Improve this answer. Steven Littman Steven Littman 4, 1 1 gold badge 17 17 silver badges 21 21 bronze badges.

Just one nitpick: US biscuits don't involve yeast at all; they certainly don't contain sourdough yeast. They're a quickbread, i. A US "biscuit" would usually be called a "scone" although savoury not sweet in British or Australian English.

Biscuits and gravy is a mostly Southern treat that takes some getting used to indeed. I'm not a baker, but these are the items I'm referring to.

Cargill--I was considering comparing a biscuit to a scone, but I decided not to. The two are similar, but not at all the same.

Refer to the following. There are sweet crackers. Graham crackers are sweet - particularly the cinnamon variety. Probably the most important distinction is that a cookie is usually sweet whereas a cracker is usually savory, as noted in the AHD definitions: cookie - A small, usually flat and crisp cake made from sweetened dough.

Girl Scout cookies , sold as a fundraiser by the GSUSA, are iconic— if the Girl Scouts call it a cookie, no one will say otherwise— and as you can see, they are quite varied: I would probably call the contents of your first picture cookies or more specifically, sandwich cookie s as Steven Littman notes.

Is "chocolaty" the correct spelling, and does it mean the coating isn't real chocolate, but chocolate-flavour? Owain Chocolaty : made of or like chocolate; also, having a rich chocolate flavor Merriam-Webster. Samoas contain cocoa but not chocolate per se; however, the word chocolaty by itself does not necessarily suggest a lack of chocolate, any more than starchy would suggest a lack of starch or oily would suggest a lack of oil.

Then again, consider that what is allowed to be called chocolate varies from country to country. So they may be allowed chocolat e y because of the cocoa, but not chocolate, just as 'buttery' might be allowed for a spread containing milk fat but not actual butter.

As you say, legal product descriptions vary, which is why I was curious. Add a comment. I have seen a lot of questions about whether chocolate biscuits are confections or biscuits.

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  1. Kigashura Permalink
    Melt g of milk chocolate or plain chocolate in a bowl over simmering water. Once melted, stir with a wooden spoon. Once the plain hobnobs are cold, gently dip the top of the biscuit onto the melted chocolate and return the biscuit Calories:
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  2. Ferisar Permalink
    A US "biscuit" would usually be called a "scone" (although savoury not sweet) in British or Australian English. (Biscuits and gravy is a mostly Southern treat that takes some getting used to indeed). – Cargill Nov 25 '15 at
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  3. Malatilar Permalink
    British Biscuits show list info. A list of biscuits we eat here in the United Kingdom, best served with a perfect-strength cup of Yorkshire tea to dunk them in! 5, users · 74, views made by micropreemiemum. avg. score: 34 of 52 (65%) required scores: 1, 20, 33, 41,
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  4. Kizil Permalink
    Jan 30,  · Digestive Biscuits – Digestive biscuits (or just digestives) are a slightly sweet cookie that originated in Scotland. They were developed by a couple of doctors who believed the inclusion of sodium bicarbonate would give them antacid properties. The chocolate variety is the most popular biscuit for tea dunking (in the UK, at least).
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  5. Grogrel Permalink
    Oct 26,  · Here is a biscuit appropriate to your station in life.” Rich tea. Flavourless and dry- half biscuit, half cracker. Rich teas recently ranked in a poll as the least-popular biscuit in the UK. This is a dull biscuit, and it is often offered more as a matter of form, rather than with the expectation that anyone will eat one. Inoffensive and.
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  6. Mazusar Permalink
    Jan 05,  · Channel 5 surveyed thousands of UK viewers for its show, Britain’s Favourite Biscuit, which aired last month to find out not only how many biscuits they eat, but what their favourite biscuit is.
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  7. Daizil Permalink
    Amazon's Choice for british biscuits. Tesco Biscuit Barrel Selection g. out of 5 stars $ $ 95 ($/Ounce) Get it as soon as Tue, Feb FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Only 16 left in stock - order .
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  8. Mataur Permalink
    Dec 20,  · Chocolate Digestives really take the biscuit - after being crowned king of the cookie jar.. In a poll to settle an age old argument, the teatime treat was named the nation’s number one biccie.
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