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Asda Rich Tea Biscuits

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Brand: Asda / Type: Biscuits

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      08.05.2012 11:38
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      A healthy biscuit and a real bargain price

      I have been eating Rich Tea biscuits for years and years. Admittedly, when I think about them or sometimes when I see them as I walk around the supermarket; I sometimes think of them as being plain and boring. However, they are actually quite nice. Unfortunately I'm addicted to chocolate, but sometimes as a sort of alternative to chocolate covered biscuits and goodies, I decide to buy Rich Tea. I am perfectly happy buying any supermarket brand Rich Tea. Usually I go to Asda, so that is the brand I most often buy. In my view, they taste just as good as other more well known brands. Asda describe their Rich Tea biscuits as 'golden and crunchy sweet biscuits'. I am not suite sure that I agree with the sweet bit! Actually I almost class these as a cross between a biscuit and a cracker. They are crunchy, but you don't get many crumbs; they are a little bit sweet, but also dry. My favourite way of eating Rich Tea biscuits is with Butter spread on them. Of course this defeats any ideas really regarding diets , but these biscuits taste absolutely delicious that way. I also sometimes dunk them in my Tea and they are good this way too. They are low at in calories; having only 34kcals per biscuit. This is great for those weight watching (provided you don't spread butter on them!). I'm sure there are other ways you could have Rich Tea/ spread other toppings on such as cheese/cheese spread, but I stick to them just on their own dunked in Tea or with butter. Ingredients ************* Wheat flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Partially inverted sugar syrup, Malt extract (Barley), Raising agents (Sodium bicarbonate, Ammonium carbonate), Salt, Emulsifier (Mono & Diacetyl Tartaric acid esters of Mono and diglycerides of fatty acids), There are no artificial colours, flavours or hydrogenated fat in this product Allergy Advice *************** Contains Wheat, Gluten and Barley. This 300g packet of Asda Rich Tea biscuits only costs £0.45p; this is super cheap and a real bargain. I think these Rich tea biscuits are worthy of 4 Dooyoo stars.

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