Get ready to indulge your senses with this classic recipe for Anzac cookies. These sweet, chewy treats are a staple in Australian and New Zealand households, with a history dating back to the First World War.
It’s said that the cookies were originally sent to soldiers on the front line, providing them with a taste of home and a much-needed boost of energy. Today, they continue to be a beloved treat, perfect for enjoying with a hot cup of tea or coffee.
As you mix the ingredients for these Anzac cookies, the aroma of golden syrup and butter will fill your kitchen, transporting you back in time.
The combination of rolled oats, coconut, and brown sugar creates a chewy texture, while the bicarbonate of soda provides a subtle hint of sweetness.
Once they’re baked to perfection, you’ll have a batch of delicious cookies that are sure to become a family favourite. So let’s get started and pay tribute to our brave soldiers with this tasty recipe.