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Caramel-loaded Anzac biscuits

Caramel-loaded Anzac biscuits

This caramel-loaded Anzac biscuits recipe is a lovely variation on traditional Anzac bikkies we all know and love. Serve with a glass of milk, a scoop of ice cream or even as an ice cream sandwich
Best-ever Anzac biscuits

15 of our best Anzac biscuit recipes

Chewy or crunchy? Whatever you prefer, celebrate Anzac Day with our traditional Anzac biscuits or mix it up with muffins, cake or even a fruity crumble. These recipes are all so simple and delicious!
Classic Anzac biscuits

Classic Anzac biscuits

These delicious biscuits are named after the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who fought in WW1. The biscuits were sent to soldiers abroad because they kept and travelled well. Today, the're a Kiwi staple, much-loved for their crisp, honey-filled goodness.
Traditional Anzac biscuits

Traditional Anzac biscuits

These sweet, golden Anzac biscuits are perfect enjoyed with a mug of tea or coffee. Author Natalie Oldfield of 'Love and Food From Gran's Table' shares her Gran Dulcie May's special recipe.
ANZAC SLICE with Golden Icing

Anzac slice with golden icing

This rich, sweet treat is a lovely variation on traditional Anzac biscuits, complete with a creamy icing that turns this humble biscuit recipe into a decadent dessert.
Fruity Anzacs

Fruity Anzac biscuits

Dried apricots and cranberries are a fun addition to the classic Anzac biscuit recipe, and these sweet treats couldn't be easier to make!
True blue ANZAC biscuits

True blue ANZAC biscuits

The classic ANZAC biscuit is the most famous of New Zealand’s own biscuits, named after the Australian & New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who fought in World War I. A classic cookie and a must-try!
waving the flag

Waving the flag

strike a patriotic note with one of these berry imaginative creations for the cake (the quantities given for cake, cream and berries are enough to make one flag.) Note
Australia Day LAMINGTON POPS

Australia day lamington pops

store cake pops in an airtight container at a cool room temperature until ready to serve. They will keep for up to a week. Note