What Is the Difference between a Biscuit and a Cookie?

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The difference between a biscuit and a cookie is that a cookie is usually round, sweet and it usually contains nuts, oats, raisins, chocolate chips, whereas a biscuit normally comes in different shapes, ovals, squares and it is usually butter based, coated with sugar or plain. Cookies are hard and thin, while biscuits are crispy, slightly soft, and can be thick.
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