Fancy something different? .. it’s time for Anzac Protein Biscuits! Anzac biscuits are a Australian delicacy, they’re crunchy, oaty, buttery and sweet!
Anzac Biscuits have a interesting history, during WWI, when Australian soldiers were fighting abroad, their wives would send them Anzac Biscuits as they were one of the few food items that could withstand the long ship-journey without spoiling! This was due to them not containing eggs or milk, as they would spoil shortening the biscuits’ life-span. The name Anzac biscuits, is short for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps!
So here is the recipe, in protein form!
1/4 cup whey protein powder (any flavour you wish)
1/4 cup rolled oats
1/4 cup coconut flakes
1.5 tablespoons melted grass-fed butter
1/8 cup hot water (or a nut milk)
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon honey
1. Make the biscuits by blending the above ingredients together in a food processor, shaping the ensuing mix into small cookies, and baking them for about 25 minutes – or until golden brown – at 170 C (338F).
Macros per biscuit (out of 6):
2.85 g protein
1.98 g carbs
6.6 g fat
1.3 g fibre
Once the cookies are done, remove them from the oven, let them cool down and there you have your own Anzac biscuits! They are extremely crunchy and almost flapjacky!