Campbells Shortbread Fingers (Pack of 3)
- Delicious all butter shortbread fingers, the perfect traditional biscuit for any occasion
- Golden baked fingers of all butter shortbread
- Makes a great gift
- Baked in Scotland
- 3 Packs of 100g
Highland Speciality Shortbread is a type of Scottish shortbread cookie that is known for its rich, buttery flavor and crumbly texture. This type of shortbread is made using a traditional Scottish recipe that includes only a few simple ingredients, including butter, sugar, and flour.
The key to making Highland Speciality Shortbread is using high-quality butter, which gives the cookies their rich and buttery taste. The butter is creamed together with sugar until it is light and fluffy, and then the flour is gradually added until a smooth dough is formed.
Highland Speciality Shortbread is a popular snack in Scotland and is often enjoyed with a cup of tea or coffee. It is also a popular gift item, especially during the holiday season. The cookies are often packaged in decorative tins or boxes, making them a perfect gift for friends and family.
Wheat flour (with calcium, iron, niacin, thiamine), butter (Milk) (30%), sugar, cornflour, full cream Milk powder, Milk salt, raising agent (sodium bicarbonate (E500)
For allergens see ingredients marked in Bold. Contains, Wheat, Milk.
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Highland Speciality Shortbread , Scotland FK17 8BL
sku - 860419SRK
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