Arnott's Half Coated Chocolate Tiny Teddy Biscuits 200g

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Country of Origin:

Made in Australia


Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Contains Soy), Milk Solids, Cocoa Butter, Butter (Contains Milk), Vegetable Fibre, Cocoa Mass, Honey, Salt, Golden Syrup, Emulsifiers (Soy Lecithin, E476), Baking Powder, Flavour.


Contains Milk Chocolate 25%. Gluten containing Cereals (Wheat), Milk and Soy.


Contains CEREALS CONTAINING GLUTEN, May Be Present Peanuts, May Be Present Egg, Contains Soy, May Be Present Sesame, Contains Milk, Contains Wheat, May Be Present Tree Nuts


No Preservatives

Servings Per Pack:


Storage Instructions:

To maintain freshness, store in a cool, dry place in an airtight, light proof container.

Suitable for:

Lunchbox treat. Not to be consumed by children under 3 years old.

Usage Instructions:

Tiny Teddy Goes Driving Preparation time: 30 minutes Makes 12 Ingredients 200g box of Arnott's Tiny Teddy Biscuits 160g packet of Arnott's Gaiety Biscuits 150g Milk Chocolate Melts 60 Fizz Buttons Method 1. Line a tray with baking paper. Set aside. . 2. Using a sharp-ended knife, cut a small groove in the middle of the Gaiety biscuit (get an adult to do this step), wide enough for Teddy's feet to sit in. 3. Place chocolate in a medium glass or microwave-safe bowl. Place the bowl of chocolate in the microwave for 20 second bursts on medium power until melted, stirring in-between each burst. 4. Dip the Teddy biscuit in melted chocolate, then place in the groove and hold in place for a few seconds, pushing gently until biscuit is secure. Continue with remaining biscuits. 5. Place the Gaiety biscuit on its side. Gently dip one side of a Fizz Button in melted chocolate and attach to one side of the Gaiety, repeat until all four wheels are attached. 6. Cut remaining Fizz Buttons in half, dip the base in chocolate and position at the front of the Gaiety biscuit as your steering wheel. 7. Place in the fridge to set.



Preparation Instructions:

Delicious lunchbox treat or follow preparation instruction on the back of the packaging.