Biscuits

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Biscuits are made by cooking biscuit dough on a range, at level 32 Cooking. They can be eaten to restore 200 life points, or can be used in the creation of cheesecake. They are stackable and can be a potentially near infinite (albeit slow) source of healing in a single slot, like magnetic minnow and purple sweets, but is available to non-members unlike those items. Expensive spices boosts their healing to 250 life points per biscuit.

Biscuits may be accidentally burned, creating burnt biscuits.

Cooking[edit | edit source]

Biscuits.png Biscuits
Cooking LevelCooking XPHourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
321004 (2.4s) 2,297
Servings1Life points LP200
Requirements
Burn Level?
Quests Partial completion of Chef's Assistant
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Range Can only be cooked at a Range
Ingredients
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Biscuit dough.pngBiscuit dough1139139
Profit2,158

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • They have the same appearance as Holy biscuits without the coloured glaze, but still with the god symbols faintly visible. The holy biscuits were formerly known as 'biscuits', until the introduction of these.
  • Since the biscuits can stack, they heal the most life points per inventory slot tied with purple sweets, limited only by the amount the player has and the 2,147,483,647 limit of items you can have. 2,147,483,647 biscuits means you can heal: 429,496,729,400 (429.5 billion) life points (536,870,911,750 or 536.9 billion with expensive spices). It would also take 4,932,769,937,159 coins until a player can buy the maximum stack of biscuits (at the current price).