We all know and love a traditional ANZAC biscuit right? Well Lauren and I certainly do anyway! But sometimes you just need to change things up a little bit.
This ANZAC Slice still has the same great taste as your traditional ANZAC biscuits, but there's no need to roll the mixture into little balls. Nope, you just pop it all straight into a tin and bake away! And just think of all those things that you could do with the time you save... read a magazine, have a cup of tea (or more likely do the laundry and vacuum the house!).
Anyway, this is a great recipe for those of us who want to save a little time, but still want that great ANZAC taste. Seriously, nothing can beat the delicious chewy caramel flavour of an ANZAC. This slice is perfect for little lunch boxes. Simply cut it into squares or bars and you're set to go. This is one super delicious treat... and the chance of it coming home from school uneaten are pretty much zero!
Will you be making ANZAC biscuits or slice this ANZAC Day?
- 90 g rolled oats
- 125 g plain flour
- 150 g brown sugar
- 50 g desiccated coconut
- 125 g butter , chopped
- 2 tablespoons golden syrup
- ½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
- Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius (160 if using fan forced).
- Grease and line a standard sized slice tray (approximately 17X28cm) with baking paper.
- Place the butter, golden syrup and brown sugar into the TM bowl.
- Melt on for 3 minutes, 100 degrees, Speed 1.
- Add the bicarbonate of soda to the melted butter mixture and combine mix for 10 seconds on Speed 3.
- Add the rolled oats, plain flour and coconut.
- Mix together for 40 seconds on Reverse, Speed 2.
- Place the mixture into the tray and press down firmly.
- Bake for approximately 25 minutes or until lightly golden brown.
- Leave in the baking tray to cool for 10 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.
- When the slice has cooled completely, cut it into slices.
Hey ladies, do you know if this receipe freezes well? Thanks!
It sure does!
Tiffany Demetriou says
Tastes amazing, thank you for this quick and easy way to use up oats. I used quick oats instead of Rolled as it was what I needed to use up but it browned a little too much. Not sure if it was the oats or that maybe my vzug (non steam) oven runs a little hot, anyway, I will probably reduce the time to 20 mins instead of 25 next time. Thanks again for the wonderful recipe and also for the person who advised that Golden syrup weight was actually 70 gm. Love your recipes! <3
Hi Tiffany, thank you so much for your lovely feedback! All ovens can be quite different so reducing the time sounds like a good plan!
This is such a lovely slice.
Kids & adults loved it.
Quick prep as you don't have to shape into biscuits.
Oh and I found the Golden syrup weighed out to 70g 🙂
Looking forward to making this recipe, I love Anzac biscuits 🙂 Regards Rebecca above, if you don't like something then move on. How rude to be so nasty in your comments when this is a free site. If you're too lazy to check the ingredients as grams the first time you make it and mark your recipe accordingly, then wash a very small number of cups, how sad a person are you.
Lauren, thank you for all the information on your site. I've only just stumbled across it and have already copied links through to my sister-in-law and daughter 🙂
Have a magical day.
Thank you so much for your feedback Julie - we're so glad you're enjoying the website.
Cheryl-Anne Courtney says
Great recipe. Thankyou!
Lauren Matheson says
No problem, thank you!!
Rebecca - I understand your frustration but give people a break! They are offering us good things and FREE?
When it's for a thermomix why do you have measurements over grams?? Did you just copy and paste from a normal cook book??
Thermomix has scales, it makes life easier then taking out extra washing up material.
If your going to do a recipe for a thermomix do it propley!!! Ugh turns me off using your site and wouldn't recommend as its not a KISS method. It's a pull out cups and measure everything that you shouldn't have to.
Makes me think copywriter if you can't use scales and state thermomix so you should state which book you copied this from.
Lucy Mathieson says
Hi Rebecca, thank you for taking the time to comment. When we started ThermoBliss we were using all of our favourite (non-Thermomix) recipes and simply converting the instructions. As we used the Thermomix more, we of course started to convert all of the ingredients to grams as well. We are also going back through and updating any of our recipes that don't have grams (this was one of the very few that hadn't been changed yet - but I have now done so). We appreciate your feedback and totally agree that Thermomix recipes should be in grams.
Bele @ BlahBlah says
Yum! Seriously yum x