24 August 2010

an owlet staple...

So everyone has their own version of how to make anzacs. Here's ours. Its a year-round fave recipe here for snacks during the day and no refined sugar so we avoid meltdowns... well we try.

Honey Anzacs

1 cup plain flour
1 cup rolled oats
1 cup rapadura
3/4 cup coconut
125g butter
1 generous tbspn honey
1/2 tspn bicarb soda
1 tbspn boiling water

Set oven to 150 degrees
Melt the butter and honey together in a saucepan
Place all the dry ingredients in a bowl
Add bicarb to boiling water and dissolve, then add to melted butter mixture.
Mix the wet and dry ingredients together
Put small balls of mixture on a tray, then bake until golden.
Makes about 35 owlet sized bikkies.


  1. thanks, that a great easy recipe. Are they chewy or crunchy? I love chewy best.

  2. Oh, yum. We are suffering here without an oven (the door shattered at random a few weeks ago). I think I'll bake these ASAP once it's back in action!

  3. I made these today...1/2 cup raw sugar instead of rapadura and a few tbspns of honey....I will never make anzacs without honey again (not that i recall having made anzacs before due to my doubt at achieving the perfect chewy/crunchy combination)...i think a bit more sugar next time and they should be perfectly crunchy. Thanks.


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