McVitie's Hobnobs Milk Chocolate Biscuits, 262 g (Pack of 1)

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McVitie's Hobnobs Milk Chocolate Biscuits, 262 g (Pack of 1)

McVitie's Hobnobs Milk Chocolate Biscuits, 262 g (Pack of 1)

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A sturdy, oat base flavoured simply with golden syrup and held together with a coating of chocolate. The product names and descriptions within this publication are not intended to constitute the full legal description of the product. Calories: 212 kcal Carbohydrates: 20 g Protein: 3 g Fat: 14 g Saturated Fat: 8 g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1 g Monounsaturated Fat: 3 g Trans Fat: 0. Channel 4's Secret World of Biscuits programme claims that the name comes from the two words " hob" (suggesting home-cooked on a stove) and "knobbly" referencing the texture.

They are made from rolled oats, are similar to a flapjack- digestive biscuit hybrid, and are among the most popular British and Irish biscuits. I had to make them a couple of times and play around with the ingredients and quantities before I was happy with the end result. And to see the remains of the biscuit at the bottom of the cup when the tea’s all gone, it’s just so sad. Okay so you may read this thinking I’m crazy but the dunkability of a biscuit is SERIOUS business in England.

Now, I’ve got different favourites depending on my mood and what I fancy, but it’s usually chocolate and if I’m looking for something crunchy and comforting to dip in a cup of tea, nothing beats Chocolate Hob Nobs. The plain variety is manufactured at Tollcross factory in Glasgow, and the chocolate variety is made at the Harlesden factory in north-west London. There’s nothing more disastrous than dipping a biscuit into your cup of tea and watching it disintegrate as it falls to the bottom of the mug.

This is the perfect chocolate biscuit with the right amount of crunch, grit and a lovely layer of chocolate. McVitie's Milk Chocolate Hobnobs are golden-baked to perfection, to create the moreishly crunchy, oaty biscuit, finished with a layer of McVitie's signature silky-smooth, milk chocolate Hobnobs are packed with Oats, and so are perfect for any time of the day! Since chocolate makes any dessert taste better in my opinion, it’s not a surprise that I like chocolate hobnobs even more. While we have taken care in preparing this summary and believe it to be accurate, it is not a substitute for reading the product packaging and label prior to use. If you like your biscuits very crunchy, go for a thinner uncooked biscuit, and bake for a bit longer.In Italy they are now marketed as a variety of digestive biscuits, having previously been known as Suncrok. You can read about how we use cookies here and see "How to manage cookies" to change your settings at any time. I have had this recipe on my to-do list for some time…… and as today it is snowing here in Spain I thought I would give it a try.

I’d quite happily sit and eat a packet of chocolate biscuits without realising they are gone, and a quick afternoon snack can quite easily turn into half a packet. Once dipped the chocolate melts and the biscuit doesn’t become utterly soggy – it retains some bite.

Amato mio, on the other hand, loves Hobnobs but we can’t get them here… so I guess that’s another reason to make these, right? Is there any way to get written directions (my ISP isn’t fast enough for videos so I can’t always watch a video)? These biscuits still contain sugar (from the maple syrup), fats and calories, but if you’re going to indulge in a sweet treat, it might as well be something delicious that’s free from cholesterol and contains good ingredients like oats and ground almonds and no other unnecessary additives and preservatives. You can get a good dunk without them falling apart and they’ve got oats in, so you can tell yourself that they are healthy.

I have to say, I was incredibly tempted to make the soft-serve frozen yogurt (which uses egg whites to create the right texture…oooh) and the jam-packed doughnuts, too. Once thawed, these chocolate hobnobs will last in a sealed tub for 3-4 days, just like freshly made ones. The biscuit is available in many varieties, including dark chocolate, chocolate orange, and Hobnob bars. I like my hobnobs quite crunchy, they dip better I think, so you might want to start with a 12 minute bake, check and then go from there. There’s nothing better with a cup of tea in the afternoon when you need a quick pick me up, or some comfort after a tough day.They are primarily sold in the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and Ireland but are available in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and several European and Asian countries (e. We recommend that you always read the label carefully before using or consuming any products including medicinal products.

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