ANZAC biscuits are typically egg-less and made from oats and golden syrup. Not so good for coeliacs and the gluten-intolerant, but Silly Yaks and Busy Bee's has us covered with two delicious versions of this sweet, Aussie classic.
According to the Australian War Memorial, exactly how the ANZAC biscuit became associated with ANZAC, or the First World War, is unknown. However, the common belief is that they were included in parcels of small luxuries and comforts that families and charitable organisations used to send overseas to soldiers.
GF Pantry is proud to announce that proceeds from the sale of ANZAC biscuits will be donated to charities supporting current and ex-serving Australian Defence Force Members.
This year, GF Pantry has chosen to support Mates4Mates, one of Australia's leading charities providing physical, psychological and social support services to the Defence community. You can learn more about Mates4Mates by visiting mates4mates.org (link will open in a new window).
ANZAC Day is commemorated on 25th April each year.