Anzac biscuits are associated with Australia and New Zealand Army Corps. which was established during the World War I. Itâ€™s believed that these biscuits were prepared by wives of soldiers and used for long time by the soldiers. These days they are manufactured commercially. Anzac biscuits are made to celebrate â€œAnzac dayâ€ on April 25th every year. I have made it healthy by replacing maida with whole wheat flour, castor sugar with cane sugar, liquid jaggery instead of golden syrup. These biscuits are rich in fibre, eggless and less in refined sugar.
Temperature setting depends on individual oven, so care should be taken not to burn the cookies.
Spacing the biscuits before baking is important as it tends to spread.
Oats can be used as it is or can be powdered.
The cookies will be soft when hot but they become crunchy as they cool.
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