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Friday, 5 May 2017
ANZAC biscuits with milo and white chocolate
I really liked these biscuits. They weren't really chocolatey but I liked the little extra flavour and the occasionally marbling from the white choc chips. (Milo is quite a mild chocolate malt powder and doesn't add heaps of flavour.) Just don't tell the traditionalists that I messed with their recipe. I don't want them to throw me in prison before I have a chance to experiment more.
More patriotic Aussie baking from Green Gourmet Giraffe:
ANZAC biscuits with cranberries and chocolate
Marshmallow weetbix slice
And for more, go to my list of Aussie recipes
Milo and white chocolate ANZAC Biscuits
Adapted from Green Gourmet Giraffe
Makes about 36 biscuits
1 cup rolled oats
1 cup plain flour (I used half wholemeal)
1 cup dessicated coconut
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup milo
3/4 cup white choc chips
1 desstertspoon cocoa
125g butter (I used Nuttalex margarine), chopped
2 tbsp golden syrup
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
2 tbsp boiling water
Combine dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.
Melt the butter and golden syrup together in a small saucepan. When melted take off the heat. Mix the hot water and bicarb in a separate bowl and add to the golden syrup mixture. Mix and watch it froth up.
Once it is frothing, pour the golden syrup mixture into the bowl of dry ingredients and stir to combine.
Roll into walnut sized balls and press down slightly with a fork on a lined baking tray. Leave plenty of room around them as they will spread quite a lot.
Bake in 160 C oven for about 10 minutes. (Or 6-7 minutes at 180 C). Your nose will tell you when they are cooked. Leave to cool on tray for 5-10 minutes because they are really really soft but will firm up. Cool on a wire rack.
On the stereo:
Molly: Do Yourself a Favour: soundtrack to the television series