Make this quick and easy ANZAC Slice in no time! All the flavours of a traditional ANZAC biscuit in the best ANZAC slice you’ve had. Perfect with a cup of tea, or for a lunchbox treat for little ones.
I’ve been curious to try an easy ANZAC slice recipe for a while. Last year I made some award-winning ANZAC biscuits, which went down an absolute treat in our family. For international readers, an ANZAC is a hard and crunchy biscuit made with rolled oats, golden syrup, coconut and brown sugar. They’re named after the ANZACs, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, our brave World War I national heroes.
This ANZAC slice recipe is so very easy and fast to prepare. You just melt some butter and golden syrup together, dissolve some bicarb soda in water, and mix the whole lot with flour, oats, brown sugar and desiccated coconut. Press firmly into a baking pan, bake, and you’re done in record time!
They’re terribly moreish, especially with a cup of coffee or tea. And they’d be a great small treat to add to a kid’s lunchbox. They’re also egg-free for those with egg allergies looking for a sweet snack when those sugar cravings hit. This slice recipe will last for at least 5 days in an airtight container (as if there’ll be any left after that amount of time!)