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If you are an american living in the uk........

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MamaMimi Fri 05-Feb-10 22:13:35

....are you aware of an equivalent over here of 'Nilla' wafers? Or even something that would be similar?

I'm wanting to do a recipe I did in the US that had Nilla cookies in it and I'm not sure what to use as a replacement.

I thought about trifle sponges but I'm not sure they would be quite right - not thin enough.

So any suggestions would be most welcome.

TIA. smile

ArthurPewty Sat 17-Nov-12 08:17:32

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notcitrus Sat 17-Nov-12 08:45:22

Rich teas might work if just being powdered into pudding?

erica82 Sun 15-Jan-17 14:18:28

Don't know if it's actual but this one is the same in U.K. And much cheaper https://www.halusky.co.uk/czech-slovak-foods/piskoty-detske-sponge-biscuits-240g.html#.WHuEjYHfWEc

blueskyinmarch Sun 15-Jan-17 14:21:59

erica82 You have just responded on a thread that is 5 years old. I think they might have found a substitute by now!

Where do people find these ancient threads?

cdtaylornats Sun 15-Jan-17 16:30:48

I've come across this question before - the answer was Vanila Ladyfingers

Blondie1984 Sun 15-Jan-17 16:35:39

In the past I've used langues de chats biscuits and it's worked well

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