ANZAC biscuits

ANZAC biscuits

ANZAC biscuits

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Crunchy oat cookies with a chewy centre. Anzac biscuits were originally made for the Australian and New Zealand army corps (ANZAC) during World War I, hence their name. ANZAC day is on April 25th each year, however we make them all through spring until end of summer!


Demerara sugar, flour (gluten), raisins, coconut, butter (milk), rolled oats (gluten), water, golden syrup, lemon zest, bicarbonate of soda and salt.

Shelf life

8 days

Ships to

United Kingdom & Europe


250g (8 cookies)

Perfect with

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  • Shop Very home-made looking and tasting
    (26/09/2014) Delicious, home-made tasting, quite chewy. Didn't last long in my household.
  • Shop An outstanding take on a favourite!
    (11/08/2014) After a flying visit into the islington branch for breakfast, I couldn't help but buy a few delicious goodies to take home with me. I settled on Anzac biscuits and Garibaldis. Both were elegantly packed in good quality cello bags with the trademark red Ottolenghi ribbon. Anzacs are one of my favourite biscuits, so I was pleased to see an alternative take on it. Chewy, with just enough lemon zest running through them. Delicious plump raisins and succulent coconut all blended together to make a fabulous biscuit. They are also very generous in size. 8 of these in a pack are extremely good value for money. I love them!