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Anonymous

I made by recipe except I halved it; turned out very good and invited my neighbor over for hot tea and Anzac biscuits!





Anonymous

PEOPLE – STOP CHANGING THE RECIPE !!!
This is the original from the early 1900’s and is still the way we make it in Australia, stop it with the maple syrup, corn syrup, toasted almonds etc. These biscuits pay homage to our troops that died in World War 1, a war where we we were sent to the slaughter. Keep the honor of the thousand of dead troops alive by not messing with the recipe !!!

And yes, the sometimes go chewy when they cool, depends on your liquid ratio





Anonymous

hi,
I made Anzac biscuits following the recipe exactly…and it turned out great until it completely cooled down and became soggy…What probably could have went wrong.
Kindly suggest how can i prevent it.

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Anonymous

This recipe is really good and so easy. You don’t need an electric mixer; just a wooden spoon. I have maple syrup on hand, so I use that I instead of the Golden Syrup. Everyone I serve them to loves them.





Anonymous

This recipe was amazing!!! We changed the recipe by substituting the golden syrup for corn syrup. We also roasted finely chopped almonds with vanilla and orange juice for a little fresh and tangy flavor while creating a variety of textures. While cooking the butter we added vanilla, orange, lime and lemon zest and lemon and orange juice, and honey. Right before placing in the oven drizzle, lemon juice. The cookies turned out fantastic we highly recommend them for any occasion. Thanks Martha!





Anonymous

As an Australian living in the U.S, I was keen to try out this recipe as
tomorrow April 25 is ANZAC Day, a day when Australians and New Zealanders unite to commemorate our war veterans.

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Anonymous

I also used honey instead of the Golden Syrup and it turned out great. These cookies come together in like 15 minutes. They are amazingly fast. They’re also really good. There are other cookies that I like better, but those ones also take a lot more time. I will make this again and again because of how easy and how good they are.





Anonymous

Saw Alexa make this on Whatever Martha and wanted to try it. Nice way to remind folks of deserving recipes from years gone by! I’ll comment later on how we enjoyed them. Linda from NJ.





Anonymous

This is a terrific cookie! So easy, they smell so good, and they taste wonderful – a winner with the whole family!





Anonymous

beautiful cookie, turned out amazing!





Anonymous

Love this cookie reminds me of my grandfather.





Anonymous

Nice cookie, I did not have the Golden Syrup, so I just used honey instead. Chewy







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