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Effie's Oatcakes - 7.2oz

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$9.95
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Two longtime friends, Joan and Irene, founded Effie's Homemade right here in Boston. Their oatcake is the result of a family recipe from Nova Scotia.

Effie's Oatcakes are a delicious, versatile biscuit: a bit sweet, a bit salty and both crisp and buttery, these oatcakes offer a perfect snack with a cup of tea or coffee. We also love to pair them with a fresh goat cheese or a sharp blue cheese.

Country of Manufacture
United States
City or Village
Hyde Park
Country of Origin
United States
Product Region
Massachusetts

Effies Homemade LLC

  • 5
    I love these oatcakes!!!

    Posted by chelle on Feb 24th 2019

    They’re slightly sweet so they make a great snack with coffee but they are great with a sweet/salty combination of cheese with a fig jam topping. I’m sure there are lots of great possibilities but I ended up eating them all before I could try other combinations! Very reminiscent of European shortbread cookies.

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Two longtime friends, Joan and Irene, founded Effie's Homemade right here in Boston. Their oatcake is the result of a family recipe from Nova Scotia.

Effie's Oatcakes are a delicious, versatile biscuit: a bit sweet, a bit salty and both crisp and buttery, these oatcakes offer a perfect snack with a cup of tea or coffee. We also love to pair them with a fresh goat cheese or a sharp blue cheese.

More Information

Country of Manufacture
United States
City or Village
Hyde Park
Country of Origin
United States
Product Region
Massachusetts

Effies Homemade LLC

  • 5
    I love these oatcakes!!!

    Posted by chelle on Feb 24th 2019

    They’re slightly sweet so they make a great snack with coffee but they are great with a sweet/salty combination of cheese with a fig jam topping. I’m sure there are lots of great possibilities but I ended up eating them all before I could try other combinations! Very reminiscent of European shortbread cookies.