Afghan Biscuit

(3 customer reviews)

£14.00

Postage included in price.  Traditional NZ and Aussie biscuit packed with cornflakes. Most commonly made into biscuits but equally as tasty as a slice. Each box contains 8 biscuits.

Description

Afghan Biscuit – Traditional NZ and Aussie biscuit made with cornflakes, sugar
cocoa, butter and flour.  Topped with a walnut. You will receive 8 freshly made biscuits in your order.

They last for at least a week to 10 days in an airtight container and freeze well. Freeze in the compostable bags they come in.
Ingredients: Butter, flour, sugar, cornflakes, cocoa powder.
Allergens: Wheat, milk, nuts (walnut on top)

Postage is included in the price.

Note about delivery

Please note that due to the current covid-19 situation our postal days are Monday and Thursday. As courier and post services are busy at present please allow an extra day or 2 for delivery. Parcels sent will be baked and packaged as close to postal days as possible to ensure peak freshness.

3 reviews for Afghan Biscuit

  1. Cooper

    Delicious and brings back strong memories of my grandmother, the Edmonds Cookbook and a NZ childhood. Nostalgia in a box.

  2. Mike

    just tried these…. didn’t really know what I was tasting as they were given to me as a gift but sooooo good! I suspect I’ll be ordering from these guys pretty soon!

    • goodfood

      Thanks Mike. Afghan biscuits are one of my childhood favourites. They are very moreish.

  3. Shelley Silas

    These arrived for my wife as a birthday present via NZ friends – along with Louise biscuits and Ginger Crunch. Of course I had to taste all of them. Oh my… they are ALL delicious. I introduced the five year old next door to Afghans. He was as delighted as I was with the crunch and the chocolate. Will def be requesting more. THANK YOU Andrew.

    • goodfood

      I’m so pleased you enjoyed our Reka treats. I’m not surprised the 5 year old neighbour liked them! I was allowed to take 2 for play lunch when I was his age, providing of course Mum had baked some. They were the high light of my day at school.

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