What are graham crackers? This product is unknown in South Africa.
Gurth from South Africa
I can direct you to a website that will explain graham crackers better than I can. Go to www.about.com. In their "search blank" type in "Honey graham cracker recipe".
My very BASIC description would be that it is like a thin, crisp, dry rectangle cookie made with whole wheat flour. I don't find them to be extremely sweet. Many Americans love to dunk or dip them in a glass of cold milk as a treat!
I believe the English refer to them as "digestive biscuits". Maybe that name is used there, too.
Hi, Here are 3 links that explain what graham crackers are and have the recipes as well.
Hope this helps,
I am from England but i have been over here over 40yrs and i love Graham crackers they make a good pie shell and we dont always dip them in milk we also put melted marshmellows and chocolate on them they are goooood but they tast better done on a camp fire try it
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Gurth, May I ask where you are in S. Africa? My son's Dad was from Durban.
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