That’s right, there are all sorts of tasty things you can do with a Rich Tea biscuit (and none of them involve dunking)
1. Go Bananas
For this banana and Rich Tea biscuit cake.
2. Fridge cake
No, not made out of fridges. Made in fridges.
3. A royal affair
If it’s good enough for a royal wedding (Wills opted for chocolate biscuit cake by Nigella for his groomsmen), then it’s darn well good enough for us.
4. High tea
This rather nice Rich Tea biscuit cupcake brings a new meaning to English tea and biscuits.
5. Icing on the cake
Or icing on the Rich Tea biscuit in this case. A fun idea for a kids party or rainy Sunday afternoon (not that we have very many of those in the UK …).
6. Bit of everything cake
Seems like a fair name for a cakey slice harbouring Rich Tea biscuits, raisins, Maltesers, Crunchie pieces and chocolate.
7. Tea cakes
If they must make these so pop-in-the-mouth-while-no-one-is-looking size …
8. No-bake layer cake
Does exactly what it says on the tin.
9. Pile on
Biscuit base, desiccated coconut and walnuts and a whole lotta' chocolate. All in favour, say aye.
10. Time for tea
When we were growing up we were always being told not to play with our food. Sometimes it pays not to listen to grown-ups, and these edible teacups are a case in point.
Find more inspiration on how to turn classic store-cupboard staples into all sorts of delicious treats:
- 10 things you didn't know you could do with the humble Hobnob
- 9 things you didn't know you could do with Shreddies
- Things you didn't know you could do with Oreos
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