(FAO English people) What is the name of this biscuit?


#1



#2

Empire biscuit.


#3

not 100% thats a biscuit, pal


#4

Haha in Ireland they’re still called German biscuits. Apparently the name changed in England bc of wars. Thread can now close


#5

An absolute king of biscuits. I need one now.


#6

Never seen one before.

Looks like a biscuit version of a Bakewell Tart.


#7

That doesn’t look like a biscuit


#8

2 bits of shortbread, jam between, icing and cherry on top. Don’t tell me it’s a cake. Could call it confectionary generally, but biscuit is in the name


#9

Was it purchased in that state or is it something that’s been constructed subsequently?


#10

i feel like its probably something that has been constructed subsequently


#11
  • Snack
  • Treat

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#12

My dad made them, but you can purchase them as is


#13

https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=empire+biscuits


#14

they’re called empire biscuits in Scotland too thanks for asking :persevere:


#15

Please pass my compliments to your father, they look delicious!


#16

Reichskuchen


#17

thats not the same thing!


#18

Fucking hell, I didn’t think Scottish people were so susceptible to peer pressure from the English. What’s the point of independence if you can’t even say German biscuit?


#19

literally never seen these before


#20

Colonial Great Viceroy Biscuit