A biscuit named after the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) established in World War I, which may or may not have been sent to men fighting in the war by the womenfolk back home. Either way they keep very well in a biscuit tin. Also the mixture keeps for ages, so can be made in advance if you want an activity to do with the kids.
Makes 15-20 biscuits
Makes 45-60 biscuits
Makes 150-200 biscuits
|Equipment required||Baking trays|
|Butter||100g||375ml or 1 ½ cup||1250ml or 5 cups|
|Golden Syrup||2tbsp||750ml or 3 cups||2500ml or 10 cups|
|Bicarbonate of Soda||1 tsp||300g||1 kilo|
|Plain flour||100g||6tbsp or 90ml||20tbsp or 300ml|
|Baking time||8-10 mins|
Timescale & Hints
These keep very well.
Preheat the oven to 180°C/Gas 4 (medium-hot oven).
Line baking trays with non-stick baking parchment.