A small plate with three seedy cookies on a table.

Wholesome Anzac Cookies

Recipe: Makes 12 Print it Here

 

1 Cup Rolled Oats, Gluten Free if possible
½ Cup Whole Spelt or Gluten Free flour Mix of choice
½ Cup Unsweetened Dessicated Coconut
6 Tbsp. Coconut Sugar
1 Tbsp. Maple Syrup,Honey, or Brown Rice Syrup
4 Tbsp. Coconut Oil (or butter, both room temperature)
½ tsp. Baking Soda
2 Tbsp. Boiling Water
¼ tsp. Sea Salt

Procedure: 
1. Combine the oats, flour, coconut, salt, and sugar in one bowl. 
2. In another smaller bowl, combine the liquid sweetener of choice, baking soda, and boiling water. Stir well to combine.
3. Mix the coconut oil and the baking soda mixture into the oat and flour mixture. Mix until just combined. If you find the mixture slightly dry add a ½ teaspoon more water or just enough to help it come together.
4. Roll into golf ball (or what I assume to be a golf ball) sized ball, and flatten ever so slightly so that they are roughly about 3cm (1 ¼ inch) across. Bake in a 175 C (350 F) oven for 10-13 minutes or until golden. Let them cool a few minutes on the try before moving them to a rack to cool.

37 Comments

  1. Oh, that's wonderful to hear! I'm starting to get so excited to see it in person (and not just in pictures). I'll definitely have to check out those cities, I've heard such great things about the South Island. Kitty will be staying with my parents in the meantime - where he will get so spoiled, it will be like he is on vacation too 😉

  2. Oh, that's wonderful to hear! I'm starting to get so excited to see it in person (and not just in pictures). I'll definitely have to check out those cities, I've heard such great things about the South Island. Kitty will be staying with my parents in the meantime - where he will get so spoiled, it will be like he is on vacation too 😉

  3. I lived in New Zealand for a year; the South Island is raw and wild and amazingly hauntingly beautiful. I lived in the Maniototo for six months and then moved around the island, spending time in Dunedin and Christchurch and Whangarei. New Zealand is amazing; you'll love it.

    Is puss coming along on the adventure as well?

  4. I lived in New Zealand for a year; the South Island is raw and wild and amazingly hauntingly beautiful. I lived in the Maniototo for six months and then moved around the island, spending time in Dunedin and Christchurch and Whangarei. New Zealand is amazing; you'll love it.

    Is puss coming along on the adventure as well?

  5. Oh yum, the maroons look and sound delicious. I'll visit them for sure. Thanks, Jojo 🙂

  6. Oh wow! I just googled it and am totally adding it to the list! Thanks, Nirvana!

  7. Wow! Those look so good, Mikaela! I love the ginger and chocolate (two ways to my heart)

  8. haha, oh dear! It took me a while to see the problem...silly auto correct. That would be some army, eh? Thanks for catching that 🙂

  9. haha, oh dear! It took me a while to see the problem...silly auto correct. That would be some army, eh? Thanks for catching that 🙂

  10. Thank you kindly, Julie! That is reassuring to hear. I can't wait for Barcelona 🙂

  11. What an adventure! Living abroad can be both amazing and daunting at the same time. That being said, I've never learned so much about myself, and never met so many amazing people, as when living abroad. Wish you all the best for your travels!

    If you have time when in Spain, I'll recommend spending some days in Barcelona. A wonderful city you don't want to miss.

  12. What an adventure! Living abroad can be both amazing and daunting at the same time. That being said, I've never learned so much about myself, and never met so many amazing people, as when living abroad. Wish you all the best for your travels!

    If you have time when in Spain, I'll recommend spending some days in Barcelona. A wonderful city you don't want to miss.

  13. Thank you, Anita! Yum, I know my boyfriend is looking forward to Paella, it's one of his favourites! I bet it is amazing there.

  14. these cookies look very delicious. maybe I try them out at a weekend when I invite friends etc.
    In spain you have to eat paella. it's for everyone because you can exactly choose which stuff you want to have in there. xx Anita
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  15. You definitely have to try Pastel de Nata when in Portugal! It's like our beloved signature pastry.
    I'm currently living in London and let me tell you, it's what I miss the most about my country!

    xo

    Alexandra

  16. You definitely have to try Pastel de Nata when in Portugal! It's like our beloved signature pastry.
    I'm currently living in London and let me tell you, it's what I miss the most about my country!

    xo

    Alexandra

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