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Kedem Tea Biscuits

Posted on by Alisa Fleming in Cookies and Brownies with 1 Comment
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By Barb Nicoletti – Kedem Tea Biscuits are small little biscuits that come in several flavors: with Vanilla, Orange, Plain and Chocolate, you have a selection to choose from. Served with a cup of tea, cup of coffee or rice milk, these little biscuits hit the spot for that afternoon sweet craving.

Costing around .79 cents a package and occasionally on sale for 3 / $1.00 this is a bargain for a quick snack.  Kedem tea biscuits are parve, dairy free, egg free and are run on a nut free line.  My children love them, and it is a quick snack that I normally do not worry about giving them.  Pop them in a zip log bag, and we are off to run a few morning errands, and their little faces are not a mess when you arrive at your destination.   These little biscuits are great for little ones, low in sugar, very low fat, and with a calorie count of only 32 calories for 2 biscuits. 

They have the texture of cardboard when handling them, and the plain biscuits are lacking in the flavor section, so my pick would be vanilla or chocolate.  Make sure you have a drink handy; they can be a tad dry.

Where to Purchase: They are available in most grocery stores located in the ethnic section, kosher section or on amazon.com.   

Kedem Tea Biscuits
Kedem Tea Biscuits

* Imported by KFP International, Bayonne, NJ 07002, USA - Product of Israel

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One Comment

  1. Sue JorgensonAugust 18, 2012 at 10:26 pmReply

    I actually like the plain biscuits – if they were flavored, I’d want to eat more. As it is, it’s the perfect solution as I cut back on sugar. A couple of biscuits after dinner or before bedtime truly satisfies any sweet cravings I have, much to my surprise.

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