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1/2 Photos of Carolanne's Anzac Biscuits
This recipe was shared by my friend, Carolanne, who was born and raised in New Zealand. She is a terrific cook! ANZAC stands for "Australian & New Zealand Army Corps" and is celebrated on April 25 in New Zealand. They were one of the items that would be sent to soldiers from home during World War One because they could survive the long journey by sea, and remain edible (and nothing hinders homesickness like home baking!). Over the years, softer, chewier versions of the biscuit have evolved, commonly including rolled oats, coconut and golden syrup. Eggs never feature in true Anzac biscuits, as eggs were in very short supply during World War One. Enjoy!
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (30 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12