teacake, tea biscuit(noun)
flat semisweet cookie or biscuit usually served with tea
A biscuit is a flour-based baked and shaped food product. In most countries biscuits are typically hard, flat, and unleavened. They are usually sweet and may be made with sugar, chocolate, icing, jam, ginger, or cinnamon. They can also be savoury, similar to crackers. Types of biscuit include sandwich biscuits, digestive biscuits, ginger biscuits, shortbread biscuits, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate-coated marshmallow treats, Anzac biscuits, biscotti, and speculaas. In most of North America, nearly all hard sweet biscuits are called "cookies", while the term "biscuit" is used for a soft, leavened quick bread similar to a less sweet version of a scone.
A tea biscuit is a type of sweet or savory baked bread product that is typically small, round, and crisp. They are often served with tea or other hot beverages, either dipped in the beverage or eaten separately. These biscuits can have various flavors, such as fruit, chocolate, spices, or plain. Popular in many countries, their textures and recipes can vary, with some being soft and flaky, while others might be more hard and crunchy.
The numerical value of tea biscuit in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of tea biscuit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1