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  1. Jess

    I’ve oftened wondered about these mysterious Graham crackers (and why Graham is pronounced “gram”). I looked them up at one stage on Wikipedia to find out what they are exactly and to see if we have an equivalent in Australia (apparently Digestives, maybe? Well, Graham crackers are often used for cheesecake bases, as are Digestives, ergo…) and it turns out that Reverend Graham came up with this biscuits as part of his Graham Diet, which espoused the consumption of plain foods in order to suppress sexual urges. Oh man, hilarious. I guess if your food is so boring that you get depressed and end up hating everything about life…

    I would like chocolate with biscuits in it, though! I told the German who sits next to me that I would make her some Kalter Hund (umm… “cold dog”…), which is basically shortbread embedded in some sort of fudgey chocolate. This biscuit/chocolate combination has potential, I say!

  2. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Never had graham crackers before?! Never had – oh, say it ain’t so – a S’MORE?!? GAH! How can we correct this?!

  3. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    Hmm I have read about Graham Crackers and was actually wondering what they taste like!

  4. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    We actually made graham crackers for a Daring Bakers challenge and they were pretty tasty by themselves but yes sweet-not cracker like, more plain biscuit like! I can imagine too sweet to have with a milk chocolate.

  5. Anna Johnston

    Oh yes, way too sweet to have with super sweet chocolate.

  6. Peggy

    I absolutely love Graham crackers, but I don’t know if I’d like this bar! If it’s as sweet sweet as you say it is, I definitely think I’d sway from it! I’m more of a savory dessert gal anyway… maybe there’s potential to make my own graham cracker infused chocolate bar, eh?

  7. Agnes

    COWS! The cows were in THIS post. Please read my comment on your other post and apply it to this one. :p

  8. Agnes

    Groan. It’s dairy hard to take you seriously when you’re milking it for all it’s worth. I know you think you’re amoosing, but it’s grazy talk.

  9. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    I’m still trying to get over the thought of a cow trying to impregnate you with spit. I hope the look of horror leaves me face before the wind changes.

  10. Camille

    It makes me very sad that you’ve never had a graham cracker. They’re similar to digestive biscuits, and my preferred ones do not taste cinnamon-y at all. They’re just lightly sweet, and always crunchy, and great with… (here’s the kicker) peanut butter! Also cream cheese. Or just butter, as we used to do in my house. I also like them with lemon yogurt (again with the cheesecake-iness).

    I have a good recipe for graham crackers, they aren’t much like the ones you buy in the store – they’re sweeter and more cookie-like – but they might at least give you an idea of what graham crackers are all about. I shall have to see if I can find it and email it to you. Then you can make it vegan and gluten-free and you will still have no idea what a graham cracker is like! 🙂

  11. Simply Life

    oh that looks like it has the perfect amount of crunch to it!

  12. Monique@She's Going The Distance

    I love free association 🙂 yours is no different!

  13. Kath Lockett

    ….and the cinnamon, Hannah? Did it work with the chocolate?

  14. Johanna GGG

    condensed milk flavour appeals to me but it is probably not enough to get over this sweetness

    Which makes me think that maybe cow’s always look cute and cuddly in pics so you think they actually produce yummy condensed milk from their udders rather than horrid smelly milk

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