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Posted 30 August 2023

Bahlsen Butter Leaves Shortcake Biscuit Thins 125g

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Good offer on these Bahlsen shortcake thins in a 125g pack, currently reduced to £1 at Morrisons.

Offer will be available Online & Instore.


With our simple ingredients and light texture our leaf shape seemed appropriate.

A crisp buttery biscuit, Without Addition of Colourings and Preservatives, With Love, Dedication and Wheat Flour from Trusted Farmers, A Biscuit for Your Thoughts, Suitable for Vegetarians


Store in a cool, dry place away from heat. Best before: See end of pack

4 Servings

Dietary Information
May Contain Almonds, May Contain Eggs, May Contain Hazelnuts, Contains Milk, Contains Wheat

Net Contents
125 Grams

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  1. Badonkadonk's avatar
    i got these for £1 in farmfoods the other day, really love the other Bahlsen biscuits but found these bland and disappointing, even for shortbread. Worth a try for £1 though, wouldn’t get again.
    123sonny123's avatar
    The butter content is very low and oddly, they contain whey to 'bulk it up' which is not the nicest tastiest thing in a sweet food. Proper shortbread would taste far better, and cost about half as much as this.
  2. Matthew774's avatar
    Morrisons already have a Christmas aisle. 300g for £1.35 or clotted cream version for £1.25.
    123sonny123's avatar
    Going by previous experience these contain vegetable oil so you don't get that buttery taste or flakiness. I really wish they wouldn't call them shortbread. (edited)
  3. Badonkadonk's avatar
    i occasionally buy the Morrisons The Best Shortcake rounds, used to be about £1.60 but prob a little bit more. I found these to be the nicest ones for a treat wit a cup of tea, tried quite a few brands, avoided the Pattersons ones just because they are a,ways quite cheap.
  4. APopat's avatar
    Pattersons used to be nice but I’ve noticed recently when you dunk them they are very floury and become a lump when eating, seems cheapening of the recipe has altered their flavour in my opinion
  5. APopat's avatar
    Are these good,
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