Pink wafers are one of my favourite biscuit snacks. Are they a biscuit? Who cares if they are merely a biscuit substitute. I could eat a whole pack in one go. Someone suggested they go into the “biscuit inside cakes” blog so in they go. I was slightly apprehensive that they would stay in tact, as they are quite flimsy, but if they did they would look fantastic. So, lets try something different and put a pink wafer in a cake!
As you can see from the below photo, the wafer stayed in tact and the pink ribbon looks fantastic in the yellow batter.
Unfortunately the taste wasn’t great. You could tell that their was a pink wafer inside – which is better than some of the other biscuit attempts – but it wasn’t a good texture and felt like it had hardened inside. So it felt a bit like having a soft stone in the middle. Still, it looked impressive, which is half the fun of eating cupcakes!
- How Do You Like Your Biscuits (pensitivity101.wordpress.com)
- A HobNob or a Pink Wafer? Find out how your punting style determines your biscuit of choice (paddypower.com). Matching your biscuit preference to your betting risk.
- Crumbs. Sun readers love pink wafers! (theguardian.com). A great article that matches demographics to biscuits. Are you defined by the biscuit you eat?