Anzac biscuits

IMG_3059Sorry i did not post my blog yesterday as i have been ill. Anyway this week i made Anzac biscuits. The biscuit dough is very like brandy snaps.

The  biscuit forms little air holes whilst cooking and they look as though they would be easy to roll just like brandy snaps.

The biscuit dough contains of desiccated coconut, flour, golden syrup, butter, sugar and oats. First you melt the golden syrup, butter and sugar in a saucepan and then you add all of the dry ingredients to the mixture in the pan.

Then mix it all together and form small balls of the dough and flatten them down on the baking tray.

Leave them in the oven for 8 – 10 minutes but make sure you watch them because they burn quick.

This bake was fun but i learnt that i need to keep watch of them whilst they are cooking, and also dont make them so big because they do expand.

Did you know :- Anzac biscuits are a sweet biscuits that comes from Australia and New Zeland. These biscuits are what the army use to eat because they where easy to ship.

 

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