There are plenty of different biscuits for cheese on the shelves, but there aren’t many which work as snacks in their own right. Cartwright & Butler is a premium Yorkshire brand, and their Cheese Wafers promise a crispy bite with the flavours of honey and mustard. Do they deliver?
These are absolutely delicious – crisp, crumbly and moreishly packed with cheesy flavour. Their lattice patten adds to the texture, too. I can’t recommend a cheaper own-brand alternative, because these are uniquely tasty.
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Ingredients: Wheat flour (gluten), non hydrogenated vegetable fat (vegetable oils, water, emulsifier: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids; citric acid), maltodextrin (from corn), cheese (7%) (milk), honey/mustard seasoning (3%) (sugar, salt, onion powder, food acid; sodium acetate, garlic powder, spices, flavourings), salt, driedegg, honey (0.5%), raising agent:sodium bicarbonate, ammoniumbicarbonate; soya lecithin, soya flour,pepper, colouring: betacarotene.
Can you eat it? Not vegan or gluten-free. Uses cheese which may not be vegetarian.
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