Grantham Gingerbread is England's oldest biscuit recipe. It is over 276 years ago since this gorgeous biscuit was first made in the town and we continue to bake this world famous recipe using the same love, respect and secret recipe that was used back in 1740!
These bite sized Grantham Gingerbread biscuits known as 'white gingerbread', so called because they are not made with treacle as a lot of gingerbread is. The result is a biscuit with a very light, almost pale characteristic and a very delicate, butter and vanilla taste and a tinkle from the most unusual honeycomber centres. The flavour of ginger is very subtle and the heat from it gentle warms the tongue.
When people try Grantham Gingerbread for the first time they are often very surprised as it is almost always unlike any biscuit that they have tried before.
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As seen on BBC's Great British Railway Journeys with Michael Portillo!