- Blue Label Marie Biscuits
- Brand Name : Bakers
- Weight : 200 gm
- Product of South Africa
- Additives :Contains colorant, Contains emulsifiers
- Allergen Information :Contains – Cereals containing Gluten, Milk, Eggs
- Storage Instructions : Keep cool and dry. Store in an airtight container once opened.
- Specialty :Halal
Wheat Flour, Sugar, Unhydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Invert Syrup, Butter (Milk), Milk Solids, Salt, Eggs [2.5%], Raising Agents (Acid Sodium Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate) Emulsifier (E322[Soya]), Flour Improver (Sodium Metabisulphite), Proteolytic Enzyme.
|Servings: 1 | 5 Biscuits(28 gm)|
|Total Fat||0 g||Potassium||0 mg|
|Saturated||0 g||Total Carbs||0 g|
|Polyunsaturated||0 g||Dietary Fiber||0 g|
|Monounsaturated||0 g||Sugars||0 g|
|Trans||0 g||Protein||0 g|
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Why Should I Buy This Product?
Bakers®, the first choice in biscuits for over 150 years, remains a favourite in the lives and homes of all South Africans.
Bakers Blue Label Marie Biscuits, Made with real butter, eggs and a touch of magic.
A great biscuit to bake with as a base for tarts, Marie Biscuit Fudge and many more recipes that can be found online. A delicious plain butter biscuit made with real eggs and butter. Bakers Marie biscuits are the best. Simple and tasty this biscuit goes down beautifully. The bakers Marie Biscuit for every home(baking and tea time breaks).
Bakers Blue Label Marie Biscuits have been established as South Africa’s favourite marie biscuit. Many manufacturers have tried to produce the perfect marie and South Africans agree that Bakers Blue Label Marie Biscuits are simply the best. Delicious rich biscuits made from real butter and eggs, these marie biscuits are perfect on their own with a cup of tea, or used as part of your favourite dessert. Typically the crumbs are used as the base for many South African tarts, mixed with a little bit of melted butter it is the perfect base. Children have their own favourite version of enjoying these yummy biscuits – pop a marshmallow between two marries, microwave on high until the marshmallow is puffed up, take it out, flatten and enjoy an indulgent marie sandwich.
A Marie is a type of sweet biscuit similar to a Rich tea biscuit. While the Rich tea biscuit is the most popular version of this biscuit in the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man, it is the Marie version that is most popular in most other countries, particularly Mauritius, Venezuela, Denmark, Norway, Brazil, Sweden, Finland, Portugal, Mexico, Australia, Costa Rica, Pakistan, the Philippines, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Spain, Egypt and Ukraine.
The Marie biscuit is round and usually has its name embossed upon its top surface, the edges of the which are also embossed with an intricate design. It is made with wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oil and, unlike the Rich tea biscuit, is typically vanilla flavoured.
Consumption : Like the Rich tea biscuit, many consider the Marie’s plain flavour particularly suitable for dunking in tea. Other popular methods of consuming the biscuit includes using two to make a sandwich with butter and marmite or condensed milk spread in between; covering it with golden syrup; or crumbling it up in custard and jelly (gelatin dessert). Marie biscuits are frequently served to children, and infants who may be served the biscuits softened in milk as their first solid food. Marie biscuits are also a common ingredient in home baking recipes. In Spain, natillas custard is typically served with a Maria on it. In Ireland, they are known as Marietta and manufactured by Jacob’s.