Friday, 24 April 2015

ANZAC Biscuits

Did you know that ANZAC biscuits were made by wives and mothers and sent to the soldiers at war. These biscuits were really good because the ingredients didn't 'go off' quickly and the biscuits could still be eaten after a long trip to the soldiers.

These are the ingredients we used to make our ANZAC Biscuits.


Miss Fortes baked them during lunch break and this is what our biscuits looked like!  Delicious!


We went back to class and pretended that we were soldiers eating their biscuits in the safety of their trenches.

If you want to make some of these biscuits at home, you can find the recipe here 


  1. Hi,O'Neill Class
    WOW that just looks yummy I hope you are having a nice term and I also hope you enjoyed baking the ANZAC cookies I guess I have to tell my mum this recipe.

    1. Hi Jasman,

      Thank you for visiting and commenting on O'Neill class blog.We hope you make some Anzac biscuits with your mum.

      Your Sincerely

  2. Hi O'Neill Class,
    You have made delicious cookies that are making me jealous by you making them. Also thanks for the recipe because I might be baking some of those cookies even though ANZAC day is passed. I hope you had lots of fun baking those DELICIOUS cookies.

    Your Sincerely,

    1. Hi Nisha

      The ANZAC cookies were very yummy. You should make them at home. Also it smells delicious even if it didn't come out of the oven and before it was baked. When you make it, I might be jealous too.

      Kind regards

  3. WOW O'neil class
    I wish I tasted some of those scrumptious cookies I hope you had fun making them maybe next year I will use those ingredients to make some cookies for my family.
    Best wishes: Rachael

    1. Hi Rachael,

      We had lots of fun making the ANZAC cookies, They were really yummy and i hope you can get the ingredients so you and your family can make them too.

      Your sincerely,

  4. Bonjour O"Neill Class,
    YUMMY, I bet those cookies a delicious, I hope that you had a very great time baking them. My wish now is to make one of those yummy Anzac biscuits, Did you pretend that you guys were the soldiers? I have another question, Did you guys have to work super hard to make those biscuits or were they easy?

    Kind Regards

    1. Hi Arnav,

      Magandang hapon and thank you for commenting to our blog.When we ate the ANZAC cookies we watched a Lego animation about the ANZAC war. All the class wanted more of the cookies! Also we did pretended to be soldiers in the trenches and yes we had to work hard to make the ANZAC cookies but it was all worth it.

      Kind regards

      By Joseph Chavez.

  5. Salem Ale Kum O'Neil class,
    I bet those were delicious, or were they... they probably were, they look very nice. I wish I was there to have some. : ( Did you have fun making them? I hope you did.

    Yours Sincerely,

    1. Talofa Nikolai,

      Thanks for commenting below. Also the anzac biscuits were yummy, and yes we did have fun making them. if you make some, make sure you eat them straight out from the oven so it could melt in your mouth.

      Yours Sincerely


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