New Baby biscuits are a lovely gift idea to show your joy in the sweetest way!
A box contains six large personalised new baby biscuits impressed with the message:
- 2 x Welcome
- 2 x Baby
- 2 x “Name”
- Free 1st class UK postage.
All ‘New Baby’ biscuit gift boxes are handmade to order. Each biscuit measures roughly 7.5cm/3 inches in diameter.
Personalised New Baby Gifts
Personalised new baby gifts are a loving way to let the new parents know how happy you are for them. Since they are likely to be sleep deprived and drowning in stuff, these letterbox-friendly biscuits are a winner all around. They will give them a much needed energy boost, and cause no further clutter. Best of all, they will make them smile! Previous customers have even said it made them cry to see their new baby’s name on a sweet biscuit.
Plus you will earn some brownie points for the thoughtful letterbox-friendly gift!
Fancy a bit more colour, like white, pink, or blue? We also offer fondant iced New Baby Biscuits!
Looking for a gift box for another occasion? Browse our web shop.
If you require more flexibility in terms of design and biscuit type for your gift idea, please have a look at our dedicated bespoke biscuits page. From there you can also contact us with your specific ideas. We would love to transform your vision into a biscuit!
Our signature jam biscuits are inspired by a traditional Austrian Christmas biscuit called Linzer cookie. Co-founder Lisa hails from the South of Germany, and our jam biscuits are made to her Grandmother’s Linzer recipe (excluding the nuts).
Nigella Lawson wrote about Linzer cookies on BBC Food. Her words perfectly convey how truly special these biscuits are:
“In its wildest dreams, a jammy dodger could never aspire to the melting tenderness and celestial lightness of the Linzer cookie. The idea is the same: two biscuits, sandwiched together with jam, a hole or small shape cut out of the top one, so that the jam glints beckoningly through. But the Linzer cookie’s dough is rich and short. It’s the extravagant Austrian Christmas version.” – Nigella Lawson