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  1. hungryandfrozen

    Mmm, tasty history. ANZAC biscuits are so good, it’s kinda oddly comforting to know that at least the thing being sent over to the people at war was DELICIOUS. Imagine if our foodstuff associated with the day was, I don’t know, turnip slices. Or brussels sprouts…paste. Also, I give two thumbs up for how chocolate-stuffed those biscuits are!

  2. Lisa

    love the chocolate addition to an ol classic!

  3. Shenandoah Vegan

    Being American, I have no clue what 125g equals. But if I were to make these, I’d use 125g of Earth Balance instead of Butter.

    Assuming Bicarbonate of Soda is Baking Soda.

  4. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I’m sory, did you say care package?! I need care. Hahaha! They look amazing. I love cookies… errr… biscuits.

  5. Hotly Spiced

    I love ANZAC biscuits for their history too. I think as well as being egg-free to help them outlast their journey to The Front, they also didn’t have eggs because they were so scarce during the War. Your bikkies look like they’d be lovely and chewy and the addition of chocolate is brilliant xx

  6. Libby

    Haha nothing wrong with making Anzac biscuits in July… mmmm feel like making cookies – oops, I mean BISCUITS now!

  7. Gmasydney

    I’m sure the Diggers overseas would have enjoyed these chocolate Anzac biscuits but I don’t think chocolate chips were around when the recipe was originally concocted. As you know I’ll have to stick to the original but it is good to see you still experimenting – they look delicious.

  8. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I feel a bit unpatriotic saying this, but I suspect I’d like your version of ANZACs better than the regular sort. And waiting 3 months to post these means your biscuits aren’t crowded by many other ANZAZC posts, so I’d say you’ve got it all managed well…plus, you could claim you’re 9 months early 😉

  9. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I thought that you were really missing back home so you baked up this batch! I lurrve Anzab biscuits (made the mistake of once calling them cookies! :P) and your version with choc chips is genius 🙂

  10. Hannah

    Ugh, I find myself miles away from my oven and craving these treats, BADLY. Oh, those photos are mouth-watering torture… Bookmarked for my return home, but I’ll be dream of them until then.

  11. Emma

    I’m embarrassed by my fellow metric-averse Americans. C’mon guys, get it together! Or just look it up online like I do. Not so hard:)

  12. Winston

    Yuuuuum yum Anzac bickies are such a God send. You Aussies make the best ones, no kidding =). And yeah, NONE of my recipes that I share about are ever recent. You and I are part of the majority that can never keep up. But that’s a good problem to have =)

  13. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    During my stint in Ireland, I was lucky enough to have an Aussie coworker who made me ANZAC biscuits that were entirely vegan and I fell in love. I bet these are delicious too, because really, how can oats, maple syrup and chocolate be bad??

  14. janet @ the taste space

    Lucky co-workers… better than Anzacs? I remember being fascinated by Australia as a kid. I did a school project and made Anzac cookies, much to my Mom’s chagrin since she hates coconut… but she ended up liking them! Way to go for Anzac cookies. 🙂

  15. msihua (@msihua)

    Completely support your logic of negative + negative = Positive 🙂

  16. Catherine

    Excellent! I will be making these. I remember my Nana’s ANZACS and they were central to my childhood. I’m also a bit dubious about the chocolate but why the heck not??

  17. Agnes

    GASP how dare you call them ANZAC biscuits? CHOCOLATE CHIPS? You heathen. What kind of Australian are you? 🙂

  18. Julie

    My son hates Anzac biscuits but he loves these ones. Thanks for a great recipe!!!!!

  19. tom quinn

    Made 2 batches of Anzac biscuit today,they were so nice i had nearly eaten the first batch before the 2nd batch was cooked

  20. tom quinn

    Mine did not taste as good as my friend’s when she cooked them. I used the sugar i had in the house,it was a demerrara (?)I think a little bit more syrup would have helped.Oh by the way the 2 batch i overcooked.