I used to buy these sometimes many years ago, when the children were small as they were really cheap - harking back to the days when Woolworths sold bags of broken biscuits for pennies. (Before my time obviously!)
I hadn't thought about or seen them for many years, so when I noticed them in QD recently I bought a pack out of curiosity but they were a disappointment as there were more crumbs than biscuit pieces and what biscuits there were tasted a bit dusty. I ate the bigger bits and bashed the rest into crumbs and tipped them into a saucepan with some melted butter. Then used the mix to line a large flan case, wrapped it well and popped it in the freezer. It will make a banoffee base or something similar for Christmas
Then I gratefully went back to normal and baked a big batch of peanut biscuits
BASIC BISCUIT RECIPE
8oz Plain flour }
1tsp baking powder } sieved together
Rub fat into flour, add rest of dry ingredients then add beaten egg, mix to bind.
Roll out as thin as possible, cut into rounds, put onto greased trays and bake at a medium heat for 10 - 12 minutes, until just changing colour. Put straight onto wire trays to cool and crisp up.