Hobnobs Nutrition Facts

Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for Hobnobs.


There are 72 calories in Hobnobs.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size:


biscuit (15 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 28
Calories 72

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 3.1 grams

Saturated Fat 1.3 grams

Sodium 48 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 9.4 grams

Dietary Fiber 1 grams

Sugars 3.5 grams
Protein 1.1 grams
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Food / Beverages > Bakery / Deli > Bread & Bakery Products > Biscuits & Cookies (Perishable)

How long would it take to burn off 70 KCal?
Walking (3mph) 19 minutes
Running (6mph) 7 minutes
Bicycling (10mph) 10 minutes
Values estimated based on person weighing 140 lbs.

What do Hobnobs taste like?

These Hobnobs are a classic British biscuit. They’re full of oats & have a rich flavor with a caramel-y, buttery sweetness. They go splendidly with a cup of tea!

What are Hobnobs in Australia?

They are made from rolled oats and jumbo oats, similar to a flapjack-digestive biscuit hybrid, and are among the most popular British biscuits. McVitie’s launched Hobnobs in 1985 and a milk chocolate variant in 1987.

What type of biscuit is a hobnob?

Hobnobs and digestives are two popular types of British biscuits. They are commercially produced by the McVitie’s company and often made by home bakers. The main difference is that digestives use whole wheat flour while Hobnobs tend to use white flour and always include oats.

What is the difference between digestives and Hobnobs?

A digestive and a hobnob are quite similar, but the hobnob uses rolled oats and white self-raising flour, while the digestive calls for wholemeal flour and baking powder. Digestives were developed in the 1830’s by two Scottish doctors in the aim to create a biscuit that could aid digestion, hence the name ‘Digestive’.

Why are Hobnobs so good?

It’s easy to see its appeal from the manufacturer’s point of view – not only is it cheap, but it also helps to keep foods moist, which boosts a product’s shelf life. It also helps to provide texture to food such as cereal bars and biscuits, making them chewy, and thickens up ice cream and yoghurt drinks.

Are Hobnobs healthy?

Verdict: Mcvitie’s introduced these beloved chocolate oaty, nobbly biscuits two years after their original hobnobs. And they’ve been a staple in our biscuit tin ever since. But according to Jane these rank low in nutritional value. Each hobnob is 93 calories and carries 4.4g fat and 6.1g sugar.

What can you substitute for Hobnobs?

If you are looking for a substitute for hobnobs biscuits, ginger biscuits are a wonderful choice. Ginger cookies are healthy, spicy types of biscuits that are most frequently baked until they are very hard.

Can you buy Hobnobs in America?

“Never mind, I’ll have a Hobnob instead.” Oh no, you won’t. You can’t get this oaty crumbly perfection on any highstreet in America.