Henro South African All Day Biscuits (Alternative zu Tenniskeksen)
Description. A very popular cookie in South Africa since 1911, tennis biscuits are everyone’s favorite coconut tea biscuit. Made with real butter, real coconut and real syrup. Perfect for using in recipes or great on its own.
How tennis got its name: In 1911, the original baker found a beautifully engraved cookie cutter at Baker’s Factory and realized what a delightful cookie it would make. So he rolled up his sleeves and started baking to find the perfect cookie for this beautiful cookie cutter.
Product description. Bakers Tennis Biscuits are made with real butter, real coconut and syrup.
The mixture of flour, eggs, milk, coconut, syrup and a touch of BAKERS® magic results in BAKERS® Tennis® Cookies.
You see, while the tennis biscuits have been replaced with gluten-free digestives, the coconut flavor is still enhanced by using coconut cream instead of milk cream.
Description. This value pack contains 12 packs of BAKERS Tennis Classic biscuits, each weighing 200 g. Such a crowd pleaser! We mix flour, eggs, milk, coconut, syrup and a touch of BAKERS®magic and… voila!
Blue Label Marie Biscuits are perhaps the most popular biscuits in South Africa. The story of Marie Biscuits is interesting. It originated at the start of the British biscuit industry in the 1850s and was named after Marie Romanov (a princess of Russia).
Krispie is a popular New Zealand toasted biscuit made with wheat flour, sugar and coconut. It is made commercially by Griffin’s Foods, a company that also makes another variety of the chocolate-covered cookies. Krispies have a crunchy texture and are characterized by a toasted coconut flavor.
The biscuit is quite pale and porous, with a soft ginger flavor much more like preserved ginger than the strong flavor of traditional ginger nuts.
Bakers Limited, commonly known as Bakers, is a South African company that manufactures a wide range of savory and sweet biscuits. Bakers is part of National Brands Limited, an FMCG company which is a subsidiary of South African holding company AVI Limited.
Tennis. This was a biscuit advertised by Mr. Albert Baumann, Bakers’ longtime managing director.
Refined Wheat Flour (Maida), Sugar, Refined Oil, Invert Sugar Syrup, Raising Agents, Milk Solids, Iodized Salt, Calcium Salt, Vitamins, Iron Salt, Potassium Iodate, Natural and Artificial Favor Milk & Vanilla.
There are 40 calories in 1 biscuit (9g) Bakers Tennis Biscuits.
It’s nice to be nice. Especially when kindness is rewarded with a nice cookie. Nice Biscuits are oblong, thin biscuits that are coated in a sugar and coconut mixture to give them their distinctive taste.