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ANZAC Biscuits

  • Yield: About 20-25 Cookies
  • Time Estimate: About 30 minutes, including 7 Unattended
  • Storage Notes: Will keep for up to 5 days, freezes well.
  • Difficulty: Easy.

ANZAC biscuits are an iconic treat in New Zealand and Australia, and while traditionally made around ANZAC Day, these easy-to-make and delicious cookies are a treat we enjoy year round. They also freeze well and taste lovely straight out of the freezer - we love them on their own, and they're superb when crumbled on top of a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream.

Ingredients

Directions
    • Preheat over to 350F.
    • In a mixing bowl, whisk together flour, cane sugar, sea salt, and rolled oats.
    • Melt butter and add, dissolve baking soda and add, and pour in golden syrup.
    • Mix well combine.
    • Roll into small balls, and arrange on baking tray.
    • Bake for 7 minutes or until tops are just beginning to brown - their small size and the addition of golden syrup means these can burn, so keep an eye on them.
    • Remove from oven, and allow 10 minutes for them to full cool, before removing with a spatula.
    • Enjoy right then, or even better, put half on a plate, pop over to the neighbors, and make their day with a thoughtful gift.