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.

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2. Fridge cake

No, not made out of fridges. Made in fridges.

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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. 

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4. High tea

This rather nice Rich Tea biscuit cupcake brings a new meaning to English tea and biscuits.

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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 …).

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6. Bit of everything cake

Seems like a fair name for a cakey slice harbouring Rich Tea biscuits, raisins, Maltesers, Crunchie pieces and chocolate. 

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7. Tea cakes

If they must make these so pop-in-the-mouth-while-no-one-is-looking size …

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8. No-bake layer cake

Does exactly what it says on the tin.

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9. Pile on

Biscuit base, desiccated coconut and walnuts and a whole lotta' chocolate. All in favour, say aye. 

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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. 

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