ANZAC biscuits. They’re perfect on their own – but if you have any spare, try these ice cream sandwiches.
This tasty treat originated back in the early 1900’s during World War 1. The wives, partners and mums back in Australia and New Zealand would send food parcels to their loved ones doing service. ANZAC biscuits were a good choice as they travelled well and were cheap to bake.
An ANZAC biscuit is great on its own, but another use for it is in ice cream sandwiches. Try not to cook these too long as they’re better chewy for this recipe. The ice cream can be any that you choose, but I used this ice cream because it is so, so good. Enjoy!
These biscuits are an adaption of this recipe.