Once named ‘Rolled Oat Biscuits’ or ‘Soldiers’ Biscuits’, Anzac biscuits were made by the women back at home for the troops overseas. Even though many variations now exist, sometimes the traditional recipe is all you need. Click here for the recipe.
Try this teatime slice based on the classic Anzac biscuit. The crunchy and chewy biscuit of rolled oats, butter and golden syrup is essential Anzac Day fare, but for a delicious twist, this slice recipe combines it with chocolate and caramel. Click here for the recipe.
Want to switch things up? Make these classic Anzac biscuits with a chocolatey twist!
Turn the classic Anzac biscuit ingredients into a show-stopper dessert. Shake it up by baking the mixture in a tart tin with caramel, then topping it with cream, banana and passionfruit - delish! Click here for the recipe.
All the chewy Anzac biscuit goodness without the gluten! Delicious for anyone, whether you need to watch out for gluten or not. Click here for the recipe.
This recipe takes a cheesecake and teams it with a base made from Anzac biscuits, with more crumbled over the top. Click here for the recipe.
Even though there's nothing better than a classic Anzac biscuit made right, this creative recipe is a fun twist on the traditional. By adding macadamias and white chocolate, you can take your best Anzac recipe and make it just that little bit better. Click here for the recipe.
These chewy Anzac biscuits offer a zesty spin to the original recipe, as they include two secret ingredients: fresh orange juice and its zest finely grated. Drizzle with melted chocolate to top this tasty recipe off. Click here for the recipe.
Make a small adjustment to your next batch of Anzac biscuits by adding in some desiccated coconut for added texture and flavour. Click here for the recipe.
Your favourite biscuit but a knotch healthier. Packed with flavour, this is a great option for those wanting to swap out butter for EVOO. Click here for the recipe.
You don’t have to give up the soft, syrupy comfort of Anzac biscuits after going vegan, when there are so many equally satisfying plant-based butter substitutes on the market. Click here for the recipe.
Using all the core ingredients of Anzac biscuits, you can tweak the preparation and take the recipe from biscuit to a slice. Who can resist? Click here for the recipe.
Add a few drops of colour to your next Anzac biscuit batch by decorating them with candy-coated chocolate buttons before you bake them in the oven. Click here for the recipe.
This two-for-one dessert is made with an apple and rhubarb pie on the bottom and topped by a traditional Anzac biscuit. It’s a treat to please both pie and biscuit lovers.
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