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Food Man's bizarre habit of buttering his Arrowroot biscuits goes viral

04:41  21 october  2020
04:41  21 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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An Australian man has been called 'decadent' for buttering Arnott' s Milk Arrowroot biscuits before eating them, but others say this is exactly how the famous plain flavoured 'This is the only way to eat them': Man sparks fierce debate over whether Milk Arrowroot biscuits should be buttered or left plain.

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An Australian man has been accused of being 'bizarre' and 'decadent' for buttering Arnott's Milk Arrowroot biscuits before eating them, but others say this is exactly how the famous treat should be prepared.

Jayden Wright shared a photo of the snack to social media with each Arrowroot slathered in margarine, and it has quickly sparked an intense debate.

'I had forgotten about this! I am so reinstating it into my life,' said one woman upon seeing the concoction.

a close up of food: Jayden Wright shared a photo of the snack to social media (pictured) with each Arrowroot slathered in margarine and it has quickly become inundated with comments from those who like to eat their biscuits the same way © Provided by Daily Mail Jayden Wright shared a photo of the snack to social media (pictured) with each Arrowroot slathered in margarine and it has quickly become inundated with comments from those who like to eat their biscuits the same way a plate of food and a cup of coffee: 'I had forgotten about this! I am so reinstating it into my life,' said one woman upon seeing the concoction © Provided by Daily Mail 'I had forgotten about this! I am so reinstating it into my life,' said one woman upon seeing the concoction

'This is the only way to eat them,' said another. 'My mum put a slab of butter on Arrowroots. No thin slither for her.'

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While a sweet biscuit is never going to be a health food, dietitian Evelyn Toner (foodship.co.uk) recommends some of the better options This is because, unlike most biscuits , they are made with vegetable oils rather than butter . Portion control is still important though.

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Others said they put butter and a helping of Vegemite on their plain biscuits and enjoyed it as an afternoon treat.

'Oh yum! I'm weird... I will also sometimes add cheese. Or I've had peanut butter on them. I love Milk Arrowroot,' said another nostalgic commenter.

Another added: 'Brings back memories. Mum also used to ice them with the top half pink and bottom half chocolate. They were then called Humpty Dumpty biscuits and served at children's birthday parties in the 60s. How times have changed!'

Some enjoy yoghurt or even Caramilk spread (pictured) on the Milk Arrowroot biscuits © Provided by Daily Mail Some enjoy yoghurt or even Caramilk spread (pictured) on the Milk Arrowroot biscuits food on a table: Another added: 'Brings back memories. Mum also used to ice them with the top half pink and bottom half chocolate. They were then called Humpty Dumpty biscuits and served at children's birthday parties in the 60s. How times have changed!' © Provided by Daily Mail Another added: 'Brings back memories. Mum also used to ice them with the top half pink and bottom half chocolate. They were then called Humpty Dumpty biscuits and served at children's birthday parties in the 60s. How times have changed!'

There was a collection of naysayers among the group who couldn't handle the thought of eating 'so much butter' each time they wanted a biscuit.

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'Butter?! That's just so decadent,' one person wrote.

'Way too much butter,' said another.

Australian website Mouths of Mums regularly incorporate Milk Arrowroots into their recipes, including as a base for a delicious cheesecake.

a tray of food on a table: Adding sprinkles to the biscuit is also an ingenious snack idea for a children's party © Provided by Daily Mail Adding sprinkles to the biscuit is also an ingenious snack idea for a children's party

'These are always present in my pantry as they are great for the kids to decorate as an activity, with icing, they are great to make slice bases and are fabulous just to have on their own. I remember growing up eating them at school for recess with butter on them, and my kids love doing the same,' said one mother.

'These have always been a great biscuit to dip in a cup of tea but now its perfect for my babies first biscuits. He loves them,' said another.

A third added: 'Milk Arrowroots are perfect for a little sweetness without overloading. I let my kids have one most days, and they really look forward to it. They're also quite easy to take on outings because there are no allergens and nothing can melt.'

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