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Monday, 20 April 2020

ANZAC Biscuits Recipe


  • 1 cup of flour 
  • 1 cup of caster sugar
  • 1 cup of rolled oats
  • 1 cup of dessicated coconut
  • 1\4 cup of golden syrup
  • 125 grams of butter
  • 1\2 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 1 tablespoon of boiling water.
Instructions:

  1. First preheat your oven on to 180 degrees so that it’s ready to go when you need it.

  1. Greece and line your baking tray with baking paper so it’s all ready to go. You don’t have to get it exactly all around the tray.

  1. Start by mixing the dry ingredients. Pour 1 cup of flour in first.

  1. Stir in the cup of caster sugar. Then a cup of rolled oats.

  1. After that your going to pour in the cup of dessicated coconut and then mix it all together.

  1. Once your done mixing put that bowl to the side for now.

  1. Now put your 125 grams of butter into a saucepan along with your golden syrup. 

  1. Set the heat to low heat. 

  1. Start mixing it until all the butter has melted. While your at that boil a jug of water.

  1. Your going to pour some of the hot water you boiled into the baking soda cup. Stir it until you can tell that the baking soda has dissolved into the water.

  1. You are then going to pour all of that liquid into the saucepan as well.

  1. Now mix the ingredients that are inside of the saucepan together.

  1. After you’ve mixed it well you are going to get back to your dry mixture you created at the start.

  1. Then what your going to do is pour in all of the butter mixture into the dry mixture you created in the start.

  1. Once you’ve poured it in mix it well.

  1. Also just make sure you’ve cleaned your hands before baking :)

  1. After  a few minutes of mixing, get as much batter as you can off the spoon and then start mixing with your hands!

  1. Once you feel like you have mixed it enough, wash your hands.

  1.  Now once you have finished washing your hands you are going to get your baking tray and start getting chunks of the batter to shape the biscuits.

  1.  You have to get some batter, roll it up into a ball then place it in the tray. Do this step many times until you run out of batter.

  1. Make sure you put the balls spreaded out from each other and not close to the edges of the tray or else you will get biscuit on the sides.

  1.  Afterwards, get a cup and use the bottom of the cup to flatten the balls to make some flat circle shapes like a biscuit or cookie.

  1. Then once your done place the tray(s) into the oven. If you haven’t already set the oven to 180 degrees. Then set a timer for 20 minutes and let the biscuits do their thing. You can time it on your phone, a timer or on the timer thats on the oven (if you know how to use it).

  1. Some ovens aren’t the same so just in case keep checking on your biscuits to see if it’s ready or not, even if the timers still going please check.

  1. Maybe check after 15 minutes to make sure your biscuits are going good.

  1.  If you think your biscuits are looking good take them out of the oven (even if the timer hasn’t stopped yet).

  1. Let the biscuits cool for around 5 minutes.

  1.  Wash your hands before the 5 minutes are over and you touch the biscuits again.

  1. Put your biscuits one by one on a rack to let it cool.

  1.  Then let the biscuits cool down on the rack for a bit and then you can enjoy!

 If you baked these ANZAC biscuits with my instructions comment down below, how did they taste? Did my instructions work; I hope they did. Please leave me a positive comment even if you didn’t bake these biscuits.

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