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Honey Maid Graham Crackers 408G

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Nostalgic Indulgence:These crackers carry a nostalgic charm that transports you back to carefree days of childhood. In the event of any safety concerns or for any other information about a product please carefully read any instructions provided on the label or packaging and contact the manufacturer. It will now become a standard conversation point with every visitor to the US from the UK I meet… including my Mum when she next visits.

The dough is sometimes chilled before being rolled out, which prevents blistering and breakage from occurring when the product is baked. I love making no-bake chocolate eclairs which use graham crackers which I can only get very occasionally. Since I couldn’t get my hands on a pack, the best way to go was to make my own using a traditional US recipe.The only thing was when they arrived many of the graham crackers were broken but that didn’t matter because they were being made into a cheesecake base anyway! I just use a wholemeal pastry flour which has a low protein content to make sure the crackers are tender. You can be sure I’ll post an “update” article once I’ve had the opportunity to try these Snap Jacks, Jane. Freshly baked in our North West London bakery, Panzer’s popular mini bagel boxes are the easiest and most elegant way to feed a crowd.

The thought of American foods like Graham Crackers, Pop Tarts, and grits being shelved as if they’re some kind of exotic, ethnic food seems weird… but I suppose it’s no less strange than seeing “ethnic” Brit food over here. But they’d be completely useless if you were making S’mores (which is marshmallow (usually toasted over a campfire) and chocolate sandwiched between Graham Crackers). If you are making a cheese cake or pumpkin pie then try Maryland double chocolate cookies for the base if you love chocolate, or ginger biscuits for a really good crunch with a bit of bite.I’m American and could mostly do without, since they’re just such a sugar bomb with the marshmallow and the Hershey’s.

Yep, we have Harris Teeter, although I’ve never actually been in one – think the closest is about an hour from me. As you sink your teeth into the perfectly balanced cracker, hints of warm cinnamon and subtle notes of molasses intertwine, creating a blend that leaves you craving more. Hello just moved to England from the US with my English husband and our 11 year old son loves going to the beach and having a BBQ but is missing s’mores.These 4 or 5-star reviews represent the opinions of the individuals who posted them and do not reflect the views of Etsy. You can expect to pay a lot more for them here than in the UK, but sometimes that extra expense is worth it for the nostalgia–or simply because there’s nothing that compares to a Hobnob with your cup of tea. Prepare your taste buds for a journey through a golden honey wonderland with Graham Crackers Nabisco Honey!

The combination of the firm yet delicate structure with a slight crumble invites you to savor each morsel, making it a truly delightful tactile experience. I just browsed the page of American foods and, if I was basing my knowledge of the country on the results, I would say Americans love cereal and candy. Looking to make some for my friend's birthday as she, having recently got back from America, has developed a taste for s'mores! We got some Rocky Mountain Marshmallows in Costco Edinburgh and on the back of the packet was the recipe for s’mores.that’s how I came to this thread – I would love to know the outcome – from what you say I think Malted Milk sounds good …. But if Digestives are not quite the texture and taste of a Graham Cracker, what could she purchase off the shelf in Scotland that would be just like a Graham Cracker?

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