Okay there are two camps for ANZAC biscuits - the chewy side and the crunchy side! I am in the I don't care side - it's an ANZAC and it's yummy! These Thermomix ANZAC biscuits are chewy and crunchy if you get them straight out of the oven and eaten warm. Then when they cool down they are just like a brandy snap! In my opinion this makes them perfect for ice cream sandwiches!
If you want to "dress up" your ANZAC biscuits, you could drizzle some chocolate over them. These are great lunch box fillers but also a great gift idea too!
If your family prefers a chunkier oat texture - then I would suggest adding ¾ of the oats at step 4 and then add the remaining ¼ just before scooping for oven trays and mix oats in with aid of the spatula.
- 130g butter, cubed
- 30g golden syrup
- 180g raw sugar
- 1½ teaspoon bicarb soda
- 2 tablespoon boiling water from kettle
- 150g plain flour
- 80g oats
- 60g coconut, desiccated
- Preheat oven to 150°C fan forced. Line two trays with baking paper.
- Place butter, golden syrup and sugar into TM bowl and melt 3 mins / 50°C / speed 1. Scrape down and continue 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 flour, oats and coconut and mix 20 sec / speed 3 / Reverse.
- Roll dough into golf ball sized balls and place onto baking trays leaving enough room between each for spreading. Gently press each ball down with a fork.
- Bake 18-20 mins or until light golden. Loosen on trays while warm then allow to cool.
- Keep in an airtight container.
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Thank you for the recipe it is Amazing.
I did not have Golden Syrup so I used Honey and no raw sugar so I used Brown. They came out real good. I also made some smaller ones
1 tsp cause hubby shall take to office cooked them for around 10min. I shared the recipe with my Clients. Love
Thank you once again
Great to hear Liza. Thank you.
Sarah Phillips says
Made a double batch following Tania's advice as I wanted some for work and family
Everyone liked them, thanks
So pleased to hear Sarah - and yes a double batch is fairly essential as they are rather addictive!! :)
Well, as my first batch were practically hoovered within seconds, I had to make a second batch and hide them to last a few days! Never buying them again. I used 2 lined trays and made 24 biscuits that were slightly chewy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Thanks for a great recipe.
Thanks Tania - we also love the chewy inside and crispy outside. :)