Make the classic Anzac biscuit recipe with rolled oats and golden syrup or try one of the modern variations.
This is a very cheap, low fat recipe. Also uses little ingredients and a great party food.
I have put a twist on the traditional Anzac biscuit by adding flaked almonds. These sweet, chewy biscuits now have a lovely nutty flavour making them a family favourite.
Makes around 15-20 biscuits depending on size the balls are rolled.
A twist on the classic Anzac biscuit!
Commemorate ANZAC Day with these amazing traditional biscuits which can be made soft, chewy, or crisp!
This ANZAC biscuit recipe has been in our family since the war. Using flour, quick oats, sugar, butter and golden syrup, these have always been my favourite.
These are the best ANZACs I've ever had - they use Weetbix and treacle along with golden syrup and the usual ingredients. I got the recipe from my mum and it has evolved into an even better recipe. Hope you like it!
This war time recipe has been handed down through my family. This pudding is delicious but I have no idea where it got it's name, as does not taste like the biscuits.
This is a wonderful ANZAC slice that makes a nice change to ANZAC biscuits, yet is still as easy to make.
The classic ANZAC biscuits made of oats, coconut and golden syrup, created by the Australian and New Zealand troops during WWI.