TWD: Anzac Biscuits

In honor of ANZAC Day on April 25th, we made classic ANZAC Biscuits. ANZAC is an acronym for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.

These cookies are an interesting combination of oats, coconut, butter, flour, sugar and Golden Syrup (cane sugar syrup). I only keep unsweetened coconut in the house, so I used that, and upped the sugar by a bit. They weren’t overly sweet, but we really enjoyed these.


I have to say- thank you Mardi for submitting this recipe to Dorie, as I had never heard of Anzac Day or biscuits before!


5 Comments Add yours

  1. YAY they look wonderful! I typically use unsweetened coconut too (with a little more sugar) but honestly they are so forgiving (and unpredictable, they always come out differently!). SO glad you enjoyed!


  2. Summer says:

    They look and sound delicious. I also Don’t keep sweetened coconut around so thanks for the tip on using unsweetened coconut.


  3. Cakelaw says:

    Glad you enjoyed them. I love Anzac biscuits.


  4. Diane Zwang says:

    I love the name of your blog. We loved these too. Great cookies this month.


  5. I loved this recipe too! This whole month was great!


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