Our Biscuits

Oat Crumbles

Oat Crumbles

Rugged biscuits where chunky rolled oats and silky smooth honey entwine

Our Oat Crumbles are the most versatile variety in the range. They are less sweet than some, yet sweet enough to satisfy a tea-time craving, and substantial enough with their jumbo oats, to keep you going for a while after. The more adventurous have found that they also go rather well with cheese, especially Isle of Mull Cheese, of course! 

www.isleofmullcheese.co.uk

Try them with cheese
Just sweet enough

150g pack or
35g 2-pack

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Ingredients

Ingredients: Oats 36%, Flour (WHEAT), Butter (MILK), Honey 9%, Sugar, Sea Salt*, Raising Agent*: Ammonium Carbonate *non-organic

Allergy Information

For allergens see ingredients in bold.
May contain nuts & peanuts

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Have just tried your lemon melts - amazingly good. One issue though - there doesn't seem to be any instruction sheet with the biscuits on how not to eat all at once!

Lorna MacKay, United Kingdom

Mmmmm...... Lemon melts on my BA flight....... Yum.... And two in a packet!

Richard Street, United Kingdom

Had your Chocolate Gingers yesterday for the first time and they blew my socks off! Beautiful.

Audrey Kyle, United Kingdom

Loved your Shortbread biscuits. Awesome!!

Nivedita Vinayak Prabhu

My grocery store (in Berlin, Germany) sold out of all your biscuits within weeks. People were scrambling to get their hands on one of the last boxes, I kid you not. I hope they re-stock soon because I am having a serious chocolate ginger withdrawal.

Annique Delphine Telegdy, Berlin

Hi I was in the Hebrides this summer and had your shortbread cookies, they were so the best I ever had and myself and my friends swooned over your chocolate lime cookies.

Kaya John

I wanted to say that I have just had my first Island Bakery experience (an Apple Crumble biscuit) and it was one of the best biscuits I've ever tasted!

Anna K G Thomson

Best biscuits I have ever tried: Especially the Lemon Melts.

Daniel Mappes