Love dunking a Digestive biscuit? It might be time to toss the tea aside, these ingenious ideas show just how versatile a Digestive biscuit can be. Here's how to make that classic cuppa treat really stand out from the crowd.
From savoury dips to ice cream crumbles, take your pick from our delicious round up of Digestive biscuit recipes.
This showstopping cheesecake recipe from Lavender and Loveage is so easy to make, and for the crumbly, buttery base, all you need is half a packet of Digestive biscuits. Delish!
Baked Alaska with a biscuit base
For a tasty twist on this retro classic, make a biscuity base instead of a standard sponge. Just make in the same way that you would a cheesecake base.
Ice cream sandwich
Let's face it, there's no finesse when it comes to eating or preparing this tasty sweet treat. Simply scoop a generous portion of ice cream onto a Digestive biscuit, then place another on top. You can finish with another layer if you're feeling super greedy. Voila – an ice cream sandwich!
Cheese board with biscuits
Pretty much anything tastes good with a gooey Camembert, but for a hint of sweetness to counter the salty, creamy deliciousness of your overflowing cheese board, add Digestive biscuits to the mix.
Chocolate fondue with Digestive dippers
A bowl of bubbling melted chocolate with Digestive dippers? Sounds pretty darn good to us!
Biscuity orange and raspberry crumble
Add five crumbled Digestive biscuits to this quick and easy crumble recipe for a touch of added sweetness and texture.
Whether you make homemade asparagus dip, tangy guacamole or a pot of plain houmous, Digestives work brilliantly served alongside savoury dips.
Ice cream crumble
Ok, this sounds marginally more impressive than it actually is, but a sprinkling of crumbled Digestives will spruce up a plain bowl of ice cream in a flash!
Salmon and cream cheese canapés
Having people over for a dinner party? For a quick and simple – yet relatively impressive – amuse bouche, slather cream cheese onto a Digestive biscuit then layer up with smoked salmon and capers with a little squeeze of lemon.