cookie or biscuit ??

What is the difference between a cookie and a biscuit? I sommer always call it cookies (mainly because of from my Afrikaans heritage where we call it a KOEKIE), but what is it that I am actually giving you...well, it seems it very much depends on where you are from. The term cookie is mostly used in American English, in the UK, this product is known as biscuits. They are both edible treats and although they have similar qualities, they are different in the consistency. UK biscuit/American cookie: Appears as a small flat crisp baked cake, which is made from sweetened dough. UK cookie: Appears as a small round plain piece of bread that rises with soda or baking powder and is then baked in an

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