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Otherwise known as biscuits; this refers to any small, usually stiff cake made by rolling and slicing sweet dough into small shapes which are then baked.

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chocolate chip cookie

Baked goods; Cookies

A drop cookie that originated in the United States and features chocolate chips as its distinguishing ingredient. The traditional recipe combines a dough composed of butter and both brown and white ...


Baked goods; Cookies

A sweet confectionery made with egg whites, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond powder or ground almond, and food coloring. The macaron is commonly filled with buttercream or jam filling ...


Baked goods; Cookies

A biscuit Italian traditional originally in the Tuscan town of Siena, dating from the 14th century.


Baked goods; Cookies

A wholemeal biscuit bar snack manufactured by Mars Incorporated, consisting of a digestive biscuit centre and a variety of milky cream toppings, and coated in milk chocolate. Normally, there are two ...


Baked goods; Cookies

A candy bar manufactured by Mars, Incorporated and sold in the United States. The bar was introduced in 1970 as the Snickers Munch Bar and was later relabeled "Munch". It is made of only six ...

Moulded cookies

Baked goods; Cookies

Cookies that are created from a firmer dough, which allows the dough to maintain a shape (whether through individual moulding or a cookie cutter).

No-bake cookies

Baked goods; Cookies

Cookies that do not require baking. Rice Krispies are an example.

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