Making a choice is probably one of the hardest things to do, because when you make a choice you have to stick by it no matter what.
So The Daily Page is taking you on a rollercoaster ride on the top 10 favourite biscuits in Nigeria. Let the battle of biscuits begin.
Here are the top 10 favourite biscuits in Nigeria.
Here in number 10 is PARLE-G. If you don’t know this Parle-G is probably as old as Nigeria and still remains in the hearts and mouths of Nigerians. This biscuit is the biscuit we used to buy anytime we have small change as children.
In case you don’t know, Parle-G is a brand of biscuits manufactured by Parle Products Pvt., Ltd.
The company was founded as a confectionery maker in 1929 in the Mumbai’s Vile Parle suburb, after which it was named. At the time, only 12 people were employed. However, the 10-acre manufacturing unit in this suburb has been shut down in 2016 as it wasn’t commercially viable anymore, according to The Economic Times.
SPICY is well known as fish biscuit. I’m positive that some of us only use the name fish biscuit. This biscuit definitely is here to stay and is so loved. I remember and I know you all did it to, which is shaping the biscuit in a way that you will eat all the sides first, then you will now eat the fish. Good Times.
8. Short Bread
Short Bread biscuit is one of favourite biscuits in Nigeria.
The ultimate visiting day must bring for all parents out there. Undeniably the best, honestly.
McVities All Butter Shortbread are perfect for all times, starting from your morning coffee to your afternoon tea.
The unique buttery flavour is sure to fulfil your sweet cravings. These delicious crumbly biscuits are made with the finest of ingredients to make sure you get the true taste of Scotland biscuits.
McVities All Butter Shortbread are equally enjoyed both by kids and adults.
7. Cream Crackers
Beloxxi Cream Crackers is one of favourite biscuits in Nigeria for the fact that it is a healthy biscuit for both children and adults.
This particular biscuit has remained a part of everyday meal for all, especially the children.
6. Digestive Biscuits
Digestive Biscuits is one of favourite biscuits in Nigeria.
A lot of Nigerians love this biscuit for the fact that the it aids digestion. The biscuits have some fair amount of fibre to aid in digestion.
5. Pure Bliss
The biscuit, Pure Bliss is owned by a Nigeria-based manufacturing company, OK Foods. Pure Bliss contains more cream, leaving a lingering taste in your mouth that makes you wish you could have more.
4. Noreos or Oreos
Noreos is one of favourite biscuits in Nigeria and it is crispy and delicious with a taste that makes it an ideal choice for everyone
3. FAMOUS AMOS
The Famous Amos story began in 1975 at a bakery on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
Inspired by a family recipe,the founder Wally Amos perfected the ultimate chocolate chip cookie. He used only the best ingredients to make his bite-size cookies.
This delicious homemade signature helped them gain fame just by word of mouth.
From there, the Famous Amos story becomes a Hollywood success story. Iconic musicians and other Hollywood celebrities began singing the praises of delicious tiny cookies from the small bakery on Sunset.
2. MARYLAND COOKIES
Maryland Cookies are a brand name of cookie produced by Burton’s Biscuit Company in the United Kingdom.
Because of its crumbly, and crunchy texture, you can combine the Maryland biscuit with a cup of tea when your friends come round.
1. HAPPY HAPPY
Happy Happy biscuit is one of favourite biscuits in Nigeria.
This biscuit is a circle of sunshine and definitely lives up to it’s name. It’s just filled with happiness. It’s mouth magic.
So what did you think. If you disagree or you have a ranking of your own, comment below what your ideal rank be.