Australian ANZAC biscuits are sweet & buttery, such a traditional Australian flavour especially on ANZAC day. The recipe is given for Thermomix or by hand.
Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
Line two cookie slides with baking paper.
Place butter and golden syrup in TM bowl. Melt 2min/Varoma/Speed 1
Add water and bicarb to the butter. Combine 10sec/Speed 4.
Add the brown sugar, flour, oats and coconut to the mixture. Knead 1 min.
Roll 20 small balls of dough and place 10 on each cookie slide.
Make sure you leave room for spreading. Press the dough balls down slightly so that they're round and disc shape and about 1-1.5cm thick.
Bake for approximately 15minutes or until golden. Leave on the tray to cool as they will still be quite soft.
Choosing Your Oats
There are many different types of oats available in the supermarket. You can choose to use either quick oats, rolled oats or steel cut oats. The finished ANZAC biscuits will vary depending on the type of oats you use. All oats will work in this recipe.
Quick oats have less fibre and are more processed so they will produce a thinner biscuit which will be moist and sweet.
Steel cut oats is a much less processed oat so the moisture will be absorbed into the oats and the cookie won't be as oily. It will also spread less on the tray.
Rolled oats will fall between the two others for moisture and thickness.
Thermomix ANZAC Biscuits https://www.thermo.kitchen/thermomix-anzac-biscuits-not-cookies/