Toffee Apple Biscuits

A fruity biscuit with creamy butterscotch

A crunchy biscuit with a hint of cinnamon, chunks of fruity apple and delicious nuggets of creamy toffee giving a wonderful butterscotch flavour.

Made with free range eggs and an all butter recipe they are delicious on their own for a teatime treat or used in one of our delicious recipes. Use as a base for our Festive Cheesecake, a coating for our Crunchy Biscuit Ice-cream or a delicious topping for Baked Plums or Spiced Apple with Toffee Apple Crumb.

Suitable for vegetarian

Our tin of handmade biscuits are made exclusively for us by a family owned bakery in Yorkshire, England.

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Salted sweet cream butter (24%) (cream: milk; salt), wheat flour (wheat flour, calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamine), sugar, oats, partially inverted sugar syrup, wholemeal wheat flour, apple pieces (4%) (fruit: concentrated apple purée, concentrated lemon juice; fructose glucose syrup, glucose syrup, sugar, wheat fibre, palm fat, rice starch, acidity regulator: citric acid; gelling agent: pectin, natural flavouring, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin), eggs, natural flavourings, butterscotch flavoured toffee pieces (soft dark brown sugar, glucose syrup (wheat), butter (milk, salt), non hydrogenated palm oil, natural flavour), raising agents: sodium bicarbonate, salt.

Allergy Advice

Including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. Not suitable for nut and sesame allergy sufferers. May also contain traces of mustard, peanut and soya and other gluten sources (oat, spelt, rye, barley). 

Although every care has been taken, fruit stalk and stone may be present.


Store in a cool dry place avoiding direct sunlight. Once opened keep in an airtight container and consume within 30 days.

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Delicious high quality crafted biscuits based on traditional recipes

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verb (used with object)
1. to dip (biscuit, cake, doughnut etc.) into coffee, milk, or the like, before eating.
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We have created our very own biscuit recipes and baked them in the traditional hand-made manner in partnership with a master baker from Yorkshire.

We went to a family business which has been making biscuits for over 100 years to use their expert baking skills and knowledge. Their bakery beginnings can be traced back to humble premises in the English Victorian seaside town of Morecambe, in Lancashire. Recipes created by its first family owner who ran the original bakery, while managing a boarding house and bringing up a family of three boisterous boys.

The bakery moved through the generations finally moving back to its Yorkshire roots in the 1920's where a shop was opened in Haworth (think Bronte country, and The Railway Children) to support the expanding bakery business, and the family business grew. Now a modern bakery meeting exacting international standards, but still making biscuits with tradition, flare and imagination to cater for changing tastes.

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