Few flavors are as bright and distinctive as ginger. Our recipe delivers a bold ginger zing, but tames it with just a touch of sweetness . Ginger biscuits brilliantly complement lemon or orange curd, buttery brie or mascarpone, and make an excellent snack with tea or lemonade.
Sweet southern pecans take center stage in these deliciously nutty tea biscuits. They’re buttery-crisp, made with stone-ground whole wheat and a just touch of wildflower honey. Enjoy with your morning coffee or pair with creamy blue cheese and fresh or preserved summer stone fruits.
A delicate balance of sweet and savory in each bite. Our Almond biscuits bring together the natural sweetness of roasted almonds and a dash of aromatic cardamom. This unique combination of crunchy layers provides a terrific base for a dollop of marmalade or a bite of chocolate, mild cheddar or a creamy blue cheese.
A sophisticated yet classic combination, our Walnut biscuits are accented with a bright pop of cranberry and a hint of sweet fennel. They provide a flavorful canvas for alpine cheeses and can hold their own against a glass of spicy red wine or any variety of beer styles.
Inspired by America’s historic recipes for cornmeal flatbreads, corn pones, and johnnycakes, our Corn Biscuits are buttery and crunchy with an unexpected touch of anise. They’re a terrific companion for coffee, or get creative with a dollop of fresh chèvre and red pepper jelly.
Reminiscent of traditional European country breads, our crisp and buttery Rye Biscuits feature stone-ground rye, toasted walnuts and a dash of caraway. They’re a terrific match for fruit chutneys, onion jam or sharp cheddar.
When only chocolate will do, reach for these crisp and lightly sweet Cocoa Biscuits. We’ve turned up the flavor, combining malted cocoa, crisp layers of oats and toasted coconut. Top with a dollop of mascarpone and fresh berries or a bright marmalade. Makes a great crumbled topping for ice cream, too.
These lightly sweet, classic tea biscuits are unlike any you’ve tasted. A fourth generation family recipe, our original Oatcakes are crisp and buttery with layers of toasted oats and a hint of salt. Enjoy Oatcakes on their own or pair them with your favorite jam, nut butter, or virtually any cheese—from blue to brie.