“ Type: Biscuits „
These Biscuits are SoOo NICE
About "NICE" biscuit
Nice branded biscuits are coconut flavoured biscuits. The biscuit is rectangular shape and quite thin, they also have rounded bumps on the edge to give it a fancy look. It's also scattered with large sugar crystal to give it oomph of a crunch. On top of the biscuit it has the word "nice" in a san-serif capital letters. These biscuits are often served with hot beverages or a nice cool glass of milk. But if you're like me you might just pick up a packet at breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper and have a jolly feast.
Sainsbury's basic biscuit
I love Sainsburys, although it's not a shop I choose to shop at, it's a shop I've grown up shopping in and therefore cannot get out of the vicious circle, so I tend to shop there more often ( I feel like I'm becoming my mother). Many people who are snobbish about food may often overlook the basic range of products displayed at the Sainsbury shelves; I however love a good bargain. Yes, these biscuits might not come in a fancy packaging; in fact it's wrapped in a white simple plastic with a very basic design.
Don't judge a biscuit by its packaging!
So like I said these biscuits s packaged in a simple form, but due to this the price of a NICE biscuit is at 59p, wow a bargain! The sizes of these little heavens are at 400g, that's about four to three packets in a pack. Inside the packet the biscuits are wrapped in a small plastic bag in groups of 12 I presume.
I am a huge fan of coconut biscuits, give me anything with coconut and sugar crystal I will eat it and praise it. These biscuits have a rather raunchy yet smooth taste; the sugar glazed crystals give them a nice crunch. As soon as it enters your mouth it simply melts and dances upon your tongue. I normally eat them as a snack without any hot beverages, but if you have the time to stick your kettle on boil then brew yourself some fine tea. I normally dip the coconut joys into my tea, but be cautious if you leaved it in the cup for more than 10 seconds it will break. But then again if you're a "coco- nut" like me you will probably get your teaspoon out and eat it like a smooth pudding.
Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Desiccated Coconut (4%), Wheat Starch, Raising Agents: Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Whole Milk Powder, Salt, Flavourings.
* Suitable for vegetarians
* Free from genetically modified ingredients
Nutrition: Per Biscuit
* Energy 168 kJ
* Protein 0.5g
* Carbohydrate 5.6g
* of which sugars 2.0g
* of which starch 3.5g
* Fat 1.7g
* of which saturates 0.9g
* of which mono-unsaturates 0.6g
* of which polyunsaturates 0.2g
* Fibre 0.2g
* Salt less than 0.1g
* Of which sodium less than 0.1g
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