Recipe by Kerry-Lee
"These cookies are similar to Anzac biscuits, but are not as hard. They are very quick to make, and go down well with a cup of tea."
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This is a very easy, tasty bar. Not a lot to it. Be careful not to overbake. I used a 9x13 pan and the bars are quite thin. I didn't have golden syrup, so I used white syrup.
My batch should have been called Crumblers instead of Crunchers. While I give this 5 stars for flavor I give it 1 star for texture. My bars were extremely dry and fragile. I followed measurements precisely but I used unsweetened coconut which does not seem as moist as sweetened coconut. I also substituted a mix of honey and corn syrup for the golden syrup. Perhaps that affected the moisture as well? Anyway - - it made very yummy crumbs.
These bar cookies were extremely simple to make, very fast, and quite delicious. Buttery goodness in every bite.
This was great, not only crunchy, but tasty too. Recommended.
This recipe is great, I love Anzac Biscuits but I like them when they are not so hard... Which is hard to master normally. This recipe is perfact and everyone loved them (I'll never take them to work again though!!!)
The secret to keeping the bars/cookies from crumbling is to use a small metal spatula to press the oat mixture *firmly* into the pan. The back of a wooden spoon, or rubber spatula, does not work as well. I found one in my daughter's cooking set that was perfect! I like to add 1 cup of raisins or dried cranberries too.
It looks great in the oven
I baked them for 15 min. and they looked white at the middle so i baked for 10 min more. And this probably made them too dry.
Oh another mistake, don't put more than 1 cup coconut flake coz that'll be too much! I had 1 1/2 cup so i didn't know what to do with the rest 1/2 cup so i put altogether and i think...it's not good.
so i think next time i will bake them in an 9*13 pan and not take out from the oven since 15 min..let's see how they will turn out.
but they still taste good...
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/30 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 30
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 58
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