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How to Make Anzac Biscuits


Anzac biscuits are more of an institution than a recipe set in stone. There are very few rules, and variations are practically part of the tradition. So, how to make Anzac biscuits?

Nothing says homemade quite like an Anzac biscuit. There is absolutely nothing wrong with buying them (in fact we positively encourage it – our Anzac biscuits are great) but here’s what you need to know.

How to make Anzac biscuits

Making Anzac biscuits is fairly similar to making flapjack. But with coconut. Purists will want to stick with the original concept, yet we love it with a few cherries and raisins thrown in too. The basic recipe is pretty foolproof; a lot of baking is about precision but there is very little that can go wrong.

The recipe can be tweaked, according to whether you like your Anzac biscuits chewy or crunchy. The original biscuits destined for soldiers were crunchy in order to last longer, but many people prefer a softer chewier flapjack type biscuit.

There are a few ways in which you can control the outcome. More sugar, generally makes for a crisper cookie. For a chewier version, more butter helps to bring in more moisture. You can also experiment with bake time; less time for a chewy biscuit and more for a crisper texture.

Recipe for Anzac biscuits

1 cup plain flour

1 cup oats

1/2 cup coconut

1/2 cup caster sugar

150g butter

2 tbsp golden syrup

1/2 tsp bicarb

  1. Pre heat the oven to 180C/350F.
  2. Mix the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.
  3. Melt the butter and syrup gently in a saucepan.
  4. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the bicarb. Make sure there is room in the pan to allow for it bubbling up.
  5. Stir the buttery mixture into the dry ingredients and mix well.
  6. Roll into balls of about 1 tablespoon and place on a baking tray with a sheet of greaseproof paper, leaving plenty of space for them to flatten and spread.
  7. Press the balls with a fork to flatten.
  8. Bake for about 12 minutes until golden brown.
  9. Cool on a wire rack and once cold store in an airtight tin.

Find out more about Australia’s favourite handmade biscuits or browse our selection of Australian biscuits.

This article was reproduced on this site with permission from the “Aussie Biscuit Distributorss”.
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Australian Traditional Anzac Biscuits a Great All Rounder

Well we can still have an Anzac Biscuit. We probable cant march this year on Anzac Day due to the important  Covid-19 Virus restrictions, but we can still celebrate the heroic deeds of those who served. Buy Bush Cookies’ Anzac Biscuits for your family at your local IGA or order online direct from Bush Cookies.

Bush Cookies a Manufacturer of wholesale cookies in Australia makes a Great Anzac Biscuit. Bush Cookies provides a high quality “High Tea” gourmet cookies and biscuits. We supply great wholesale cookies in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Bush Cookies also delivers these wholesale cookies online direct in different suburbs of Australia.

Anzac Biscuits are Australian traditional oaten biscuit that is perfect as an all-rounder. Anzac Biscuits by Bush Cookies are handmade gourmet biscuits that you will adore in every moment. These gourmet cookies are ideal for morning tea. You can also enjoy with coffee as an alternative. These biscuits may remind of your grandmother who probably used to make these types of cookies.

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Anzac Biscuits – Taking Forward Legacy of the Great Australian Tradition

Anzac Biscuits is a colloquial name given to oaten biscuits. They should never be referred to as a Anzac cookies. The name stems from the most common biscuit parcels sent to the Diggers. Also and their similarity to hardtack  biscuits traditionally used by the armed forces. They are produced in Australia by the brand name of Bush Cookies.

Bush Cookies is one of the oldest bakers of Australian hand made packaged wholesale biscuits and cookies. It is an Australian manufacturer as well as a supplier of bulk biscuits to grocery retailers. Anzac Biscuits are referred to as the traditional oaten Australian biscuit that is generally round in shape.

Aussie Anzac biscuits are basically handmade gourmet biscuits. It is generally taken with morning teas and evening snacks. Our Anzac biscuits are made up of sugar, water, golden syrup, milk solids, butter, brown sugar and many more. It is rich in protein, fats, carbohydrates, sodium, and sugar. The ingredient of Anzac biscuits makes it crunchier and softer as well as slightly sugary although it cannot be completely regarded as the classical sweet biscuit.

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