Back-to-School: Wheat biscuits - How do you eat yours?
Lots of fibre, B vitamins and iron. We talk of wheat biscuits, of course.
In a world of sugary cereals, wheat biscuits are something of a revelation. Eating them has even been shown to reduce risk of heart disease, diabetes and bowel cancer.
And that’s not even mentioning how super-easy they are to whip up. But boy, how there are many ways to take them… and with it being back-to-school time, we thought it would be perfect to give you a little refresher of how versatile they are.
This article is all about celebrating them. So what are some of the ways you can get your wheat biscuits?
With your favourite fruit…
Heritage Bananas? Strawberries? Blueberries? Your local Nisa store has them all…
With wheat biscuits, it’s never been so easy or fun to fill-up your little ones’ five-a-day, first thing in the morning.
A dollop (or two) of yoghurt
Nothing tastes better on a hectic school morning than a bit of creamy yoghurt seeping into your wheat biscuits.
And there’s no shortage of exciting, exotic yoghurts at your local Nisa store. Whether you’re playing it safe with some natural Greek yoghurt or getting a bit fruitier with some apricot or strawberry, they all taste fantastic on wheat biscuits!
Or just with milk!
No nonsense - we like your thinking! Wheat biscuits taste great with some skimmed, semi-skimmed or full-fat Heritage milk.
Or everything at once? Go all-out with milk, yoghurt, fruit and nuts… it’s hard to go too far wrong - and it’s bound to keep the kids going until lunch time.
Pop down to your local Nisa store, pick up a pack of wheat biscuits, and load up on one of the most versatile, back-to-school breakfast foods out there…