Who ever said ANZAC biscuits had to be made into biscuits?!! Its just as good in a slice too!
This is so yummy, chewy around the edges but soft in the middle. Of course being ThermoFun I just had to drizzle some chocolate on top too! 🙂
Do you know the meaning behind ANZAC biscuits?
It has been claimed the biscuits were sent by wives to soldiers abroad because the ingredients did not spoil easily and the biscuits kept well during naval transportation.
This recipe was converted to be made in the Thermomix from Taste.com
- 150g butter, cubed
- 50g golden syrup
- ½ tsp bicarb soda
- 2 Tbsp boiling water from kettle
- 135g rolled oats
- 185g plain flour
- 220g brown sugar
- 75g coconut, shredded
- 70g macadamia nuts, roasted, coarsely chopped
- 100g milk chocolate melts
- 10g coconut oil
- Preheat oven to 180°C. Line a slice tin approx. 20 x 30cm with baking paper. Boil water in the kettle (only need 2 Tbsp for the recipe).
- Place butter and golden syrup into TM bowl and melt 3 mins / 50°C / speed 1. Scrape down and melt a further 1 min / 50°C / speed 1.
- In a separate small bowl, combine bicarb soda and boiling water, stirring until dissolved. Add to TM bowl and mix 5 sec / speed 2.
- Add oats, flour, sugar, coconut and nuts and mix 20 sec / speed 3 / Reverse.
- Pour into slice tin and press mixture down using the back of a spatula, spoon or MC.
- Bake for 25 mins or until lightly golden and cooked through. Allow to cool in tin.
- Wash and dry TM bowl.
- Place chocolate and coconut oil into TM bowl and chop 5 sec / speed 9.
- Scrape down and melt 3 mins / 50°C / speed 1.
- Fill a ziplock bag with the chocolate and cut a small corner to drizzle chocolate over the slice. Once chocolate is set, cut slice into pieces to serve.
- Pour a glass of milk into TM bowl and mix 5 sec / speed 8.
- Heat milk 5 mins / 80°C / speed 4.
- Enjoy warm chocolate milk. No wasted chocolate!
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