Biscuits

The Old French word bescuit is derived from the Latin words bis (twice) and coquere, coctus (to cook, cooked), and, hence, means "twice-cooked". This is because biscuits were originally cooked in a twofold process: first baked, and then dried out in a slow oven. This term was then adapted into English in the 14th century during the Middle Ages.


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Hill Chocolate Creams

Hill Chocolate Creams

Chocolate flavour cream sandwich biscuits Chocolate, always a favourite and this blend of chocolate ..

£0.40

Hill Coconut Creams

Hill Coconut Creams

Coconut flavour cream sandwich biscuits Shortcake biscuits sandwiched together with a layer of cocon..

£0.40

Hill Custard Creams

Hill Custard Creams

Vanilla flavour cream sandwich biscuits The nations all time favourite cream biscuit. Vanilla flavou..

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Hill Digestive Creams

Hill Digestive Creams

Vanilla flavour cream sandwich digestive biscuits The king of all biscuits combined with a vanilla c..

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Hill Fruit Shorties

Hill Fruit Shorties

Crisp golden brown fruit biscuits biscuits Light and crispy shortcake biscuit with currants, lightly..

£0.40

Hill Ginger Nuts

Hill Ginger Nuts

Ginger biscuits with a hint of lemon An original ginger nut recipe made with real ground ginger and ..

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Hill Orange Creams

Hill Orange Creams

orange flavour cream sandwich biscuits A tangy orange cream centre sandwiched between two crisp and..

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Hill Shorties

Hill Shorties

Shortbread flavour biscuits Light and crispy shortcake biscuit lightly sprinkled with sugar. Always ..

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Hill Strawberry Creams

Hill Strawberry Creams

Strawberry flavour cream sandwich biscuits A fruity strawberry cream sandwiched between two crisp an..

£0.40

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