sugar free buiscuits £1 in poundland
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sugar free buiscuits £1 in poundland

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Found 4th Jun 2016
in the large poundland stores they have a range of sugar free biscuits
as diabetics know sugar free products are normally very expensive costing around £2 or more for a packet
they have digestive
maria
and shortbread
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Also available in Homebargains for 95 pence, if it hels anyone

Also available in Homebargains for 95 pence, if it hels anyone


nice 1
Maria are nice, like a thinner rich tea.

Maria are nice, like a thinner rich tea.


Actually they are not bad biscuits, sometimes pick up a pack, will look in poundland they may have more of a choice than homebagains
digestive pack size is 400g
maria is 400g
shortbread is 330g
Maria are the ultimate one dips
how many calories per biscuit are these please?
Anyone who has a market nearby check out the cheap food stalls. I've seen these at many different markets at £1.
Slimming world friendly too believe they are 1 syn each. Heat!
As diabetics also know, sugar free foods with artificial sweeteners give you diarrhea.
Edited by: "hoglet" 4th Jun 2016
More info on them here if anyone's interested...

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good find op,have to try these, heat added
they have chocolate chip ones in my Tescos
hoglet

As diabetics also know, sugar free foods with artificial sweeteners give … As diabetics also know, sugar free foods with artificial sweeteners give you diarrhea.



​If you consume a ridiculous quantity in a short time yeah.
hoglet

As diabetics also know, sugar free foods with artificial sweeteners give … As diabetics also know, sugar free foods with artificial sweeteners give you diarrhea.



​Just don't eat the whole packet in one go then!!
Bruilliant!
It's sad that you don't get the Marie biscuits here.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-hp7b6_T5kg4/UHZp1OuO1sI/AAAAAAAAARw/x1XOgVRwUkY/s1600/Marie+biscuits.png

same price in Tesco on brand outlet aisle
mmm... cardboard.
Ive seen gluten free one too for the same price in there too... they taste good n agood price would cost u 3-4 normally
Surely they are not biscuits if there is no sugar in them ?

Ive seen gluten free one too for the same price in there too... they … Ive seen gluten free one too for the same price in there too... they taste good n agood price would cost u 3-4 normally

Unless you have coeliac disease (less than 1% of the population) going gluten free is a fad.

Edited by: "mikewot" 5th Jun 2016

Surely they are not biscuits if there is no sugar in them ?

For those who want to be pedantic "a biscuit is a small baked product that is hard, and may be savoury or sweet."
The Old French word bescuit is derived from the Latin words bis (twice) and coquere, coctus (to cook, cooked), and, hence, means "twice-cooked". This is because biscuits were originally cooked in a twofold process: first baked, and then dried out in a slow oven. This term was then adapted into English in the 14th century during the Middle Ages, in the Middle English word bisquite, to represent a hard, twice-baked product.
hoglet

As diabetics also know, sugar free foods with artificial sweeteners give … As diabetics also know, sugar free foods with artificial sweeteners give you diarrhea.



​Do these have artificial sweeteners? I hate artificial sweeteners. I'm not diabetic by the way, but I've completely cut sugar out of my diet, because of which, at one point I was loosing 1 stone per month. Granted, I did reduce my food intake by about a third also, but sugar was the main culprit.
Raggo_84

Slimming world friendly too believe they are 1 syn each. Heat!



Just searched that yeah great for 1 syn each for an evening treat on sw!!
Tesco sell Shortbread free Shortbread if you are interested.
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