Schneider’s Palmier Biscuits

Schneider’s Palmier Biscuits

Palmiers are French traditional heart-shaped puff-pastry biscuits. Schneider’s version are nice and crumbly. Their old-fashioned simplicity are part of their charm. Like with all Schneider’s biscuits, the know-how and quality give these an almost homemade feel. We like! Tips: ideal companions for afternoon tea or ice-cream. Make: Schneider’s Price: £1.80 Country: France Hechsher:

Pour Toi Gluten Free Cookies

Pour Toi Gluten Free Cookies

Gluten-free and non-milky combinations are not usually associated with award-winning chocoholic treats. Well, the Pour Toi range is here to challenge your notions of what is possible in the gluten-free arena. What you get are large soft dark Belgian chocolate cookies packed with huge chunks of chocolate pieces, beautifully moist double-choc brownies, fluffy blackberry and lemon… Continue Reading Pour Toi Gluten Free Cookies

Schneider’s French Galette

Schneider’s French Galette

French company Schneider’s biscuits are quite ubiquitous on kosher shops’ shelves but we think they are a cut above the rest in terms of quality. These thin Galettes are beautifully crumbly with a real buttery flavour despite being Parev. They have an authentic French galette homemade taste that should satisfy even the more sophisticated palates. We… Continue Reading Schneider’s French Galette

Walkers Stem Ginger Biscuits

Walkers Stem Ginger Biscuits

It was over a hundred years ago that the Walker family started baking shortbread in the Speyside village of Aberlour, surrounded by the picturesque landscape of the Scottish highlands, and they’re still there today. Most people are familiar with the company’s Tartan-clad shortbreads, but we really like these crunchy biscuits and their spicy kick courtesy… Continue Reading Walkers Stem Ginger Biscuits

Lotus Biscoff

Lotus Biscoff

You’ve probably seen these before while visiting your local coffee shop. They’re the complimentary, individually wrapped little biscuits that come with your Cappuccino. That’s right, the ones with the red label. Well if, like us, you’d like to enjoy them at home as well, why not buy a full packet? The Lotus Bakeries story began in… Continue Reading Lotus Biscoff

Mulino Bianco Molinetti Biscuits

Mulino Bianco Molinetti Biscuits

There are biscuits and then there are biscuits. Molinetti are most definitely in the second category. In fact, we’d go as far as to say that these may be some of the best biscuits in the world. And yet their unassuming aspect do not prepare you for what is a most extraordinary taste experience. Mulino Bianco are… Continue Reading Mulino Bianco Molinetti Biscuits

Amaretti del Chiostro Biscuits

Amaretti del Chiostro Biscuits

The stylish old-fashioned tin says it all. Amaretti are classic biscuits, symbolic of ancient Italian artisan food traditions. The recipe includes apricot kernels which impart the characteristic slightly bitter taste to the biscuits, hence the name which comes from amaro meaning ‘bitter’ in Italian. They are very light and crumbly with tiny sugar nuggets on… Continue Reading Amaretti del Chiostro Biscuits

Almondina Biscuits

Almondina Biscuits

As the packet says, this is a gourmet cookie, cracker and snack all in one. We cannot but agree while enjoying these wafer-thin, crunchy delights. Laced with roasted almonds and raisins, Almondina somehow is more than the sum if its parts and becomes a hugely moreish snack for any time of day. It also extremely… Continue Reading Almondina Biscuits