Biscuits

Choc Chip Oat Biscuits

  If you love choc chip biscuits and are looking for a healthier option then this recipe is for you! A great recipe from The One Handed Cooks which incorporates rolled oats plus there is no need to cream the butter and sugar. A fun recipe to get the kids involved!    Makes about: 20 […]

April 28, 2022 • Posted in: Recipes, Biscuits • No Comments

Anzac Biscuits

Anzac day is just around the corner and what better way to remember our soldiers than to bake the famous Anzac biscuits. Originally sent by wives of servicemen as the ingredients didn’t spoil easily in transportation, making them a delicious treat to remind our soldiers of home. This is a classic recipe from my very […]

April 23, 2022 • Posted in: Recipes, Biscuits • One Comment

Anzac Biscuits

On ABC NSW radio  During World War 1 these nutritious, long lasting biscuits, made with ingredients that wouldn’t spoil easily during the long sea voyage, were sent to our Australian soldiers overseas. Supposedly, the name was changed from Soldiers’ Biscuits to ANZAC Biscuits after the landing at Gallipoli. They were packed in used tins, such […]

Anzac Biscuits

On ABC NSW radio (www.abc.net.au/newcastle) ANZAC BISCUITS “Like any famous recipe there are many variations but this is our family favourite from a well used, tattered old cookbook with yellowing pages and splotches of heavens knows what splattered on some of the pages. I’ve never actually taken much notice of the book itself, but it turns […]

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