Anzacbiscuits have a cloudy beginning, with no account actually being able to categorically state their true beginning, but it is thought that these biscuitswere made by wives and girlfriends and sent out to the soldiers using war-time ingredients and ones that would travel well and still be enjoyable by the time they reached the forces
Chinese take out, Chinese buffet, we are in. So today, when my feet were itching to go and buy some Chinese food, I decided to simply make my own Orange Chicken and bake it instead of the deep fried ones
But bringing warm apple pie with ice-cream on the train on my way to work, in the morning, however much I crave it and however cold it is, is not an option (mostly because the other passangers would be so jealous ofcourse)
That Cake Chick | Healthy. Delicous. No Frills. Baking.
It is said that this next recipe ANZACbiscuitswere baked by the wife's of the soldiers because of there longevity, they would take months to get to the soldiers and had to last the journey to the troops
Place all the ingredients into a bowl and mix well. However, what if we didn't have that opportunity, Jo has pondered on this and decided it was time to share her knowledge and the knowledge of those who have gone before her to help make us successful bakers through her new book, Jo Seagar Bakes
In a food processor add all of the ingredients Process until a dough like texture is achieved. These honey sweetened oat biscuits have a base of almonds making them gluten free, and I have also added sesame and poppy seeds to give them a lovely texture