|Biscuit Cup for Tea
Hot tea can be served in edible biscuit cup;
without leakage for over 10 minutes our circular design project for plastic free world.
|Biscuit Cup For Coffee
Every one of us has a favourite place to enjoy a cup of coffee.
Imagine this: replacing the single used plastic/paper coffee cup with a tasty biscuit cup that
can be eaten after you finish your coffee without producing unnecessary waste.
The sweet truths of beloved ice cream's signature crunch
Monaka is a type of wagashi (Japanese traditional dessert) —
sweet bean paste encased in a crisp shell made of wheat or rice flour.
the sweet bean filling can also be replaced with ice cream and a chocolate bar
to make Choco Monaka Jumbo, a fusion of traditional and modern ingredients.
(Sacramental bread, altar bread or Communion bread)
A host is a portion of bread used for Holy Communion in many Christian churches.
In Western Christianity the host is often a thin, round, unleavened wafer.
|Ice Cream Cone Plants
An ice cream cone, poke (Ireland and Scotland) or cornet is a dry,
cone-shaped pastry, usually made of a wafer similar in texture to a waffle,
which enables ice cream to be held in the hand and eaten without a bowl or spoon.
Various types of ice cream cones include wafer (or cake) cones, waffle cones, and sugar cones.
Edible Paper is also known as icing sheet or frosting sheet ideal for food decoration.
They are the substrate that you print to with edible inks for cake decorating purposes.
Edible Wafer Flowers Made from edible wafer paper,
these cake decorations bring cupcakes and cakes to life with very little effort.
|Cream Wafer Biscuits
Cream wafer biscuits generally comprise two or more layers of wafer biscuit sandwiched with layers of cream.
The packing of these wafer biscuits is done using fully-automatic assembly lines to keep the delicious and
delicate wafer biscuits intact. Ocassionally they are coated with chocolate or caramel.