The best and easiest Anzac biscuit recipe
Love a good Anzac biscuit? This simple recipe is the only one you'll ever need.
Nationally celebrated, the Anzac biscuit is a symbol of tradition and camaraderie. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer yours super chewy or extra crisp, these golden biscuits have a way of bringing people together – especially if they’re freshly baked.
A humble mixture of oats, golden syrup, desiccated coconut, sugar, butter and bicarbonate of soda, Anzac biscuits are great anywhere, anytime, but they’re particularly significant on Anzac Day.
During World War I, oat biscuits were made to help raise money for the war effort, and this style of biscuit acquired the Anzac moniker sometime in the 1920s. The recipe has been refined over the years, but it remains a favourite for home cooks. Today there’s the temptation to add nuts or chocolate, but we think you’ll agree that this recipe from Le Petit Gateau patisserie acknowledges both taste and tradition. Follow their tips to make your best-ever batch of Anzac biscuits.