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A wheat free Anzac biscuit recipe

Eat April 23, 2018

This update of the traditional Anzac biccie is a zesty take on an old favourite. Of course we love to include our friends with special food requirements, so this wheat free Anzac biscuit recipe is extra special.

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Leonie Macnaughtan says:

This recipe is NOT gluten free because it had oats. In Australia, gluten free is recognised in wheat, rye, barley and oats.

Greer says:

Hi Leonie,

We’ve amended this recipe now to reflect that it is wheat free. We can also highly recommend gluten free oats for this recipe if oats aren’t appropriate for your dietary requirements. Thanks for pointing that out!

Cath M says:

Rolled oats are not gluten free. This is a wheat free recipe.

Sarah says:

This must be an American recipe. In Australia rolled oats are not a gluten free ingredient. Please don’t make these biscuits for someone who is celiac as it will make them very ill. ?

Oats are NOT gluten free! I recommend you research Australian regulations and advice about the Gluten Free Diet. Including oats in a recipe you refer to as Gluten Free is misleading, wrong and potentially harmful to those who require a gluten free diet for medical reasons.

I refer you to Coeliac Australia, where you can get advice to prevent you from making errors such as this in the future. Please do not continue to spread misinformation through ignorance. It is enough of a challenge to anyone newly diagnosed to follow a gluten free diet without the constant bombardment of inappropriate recipes and inaccurate information from sources one would expect to know better.

Greer says:

Hi Kirsty,

We understand oats may or may not be tolerated by different people with coeliac disease, and we’ve amended our recipe to state that it is wheat free accordingly. Thanks for getting in touch.

Susan says:

Made these today for Anzac Day. They tasted good but took about 30 minutes to cook at that temp rather than the 10 – 15 suggested in the recipe.

Thanks for the recipe.

Easy Dessert says:

It’s going to be finish of mine day, however before ending I am reading this fantastic piece of
writing to improve my knowledge.

Rosemarie says:

Anzac biscuit def a goer

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How to Store Herbs: The Ultimate Guide

Eat April 17, 2018

To refrigerate or not to refrigerate? Glass of water on the counter? Just what is the best way to store herbs? It’s time to set the record straight.

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How to make vegetable stock

Our Cooking tools April 17, 2018

Well done you! You’ve clicked this article, which means you’re a doer. And as a doer, it’s time to learn how to make vegetable stock that’s delicious and completely homemade. 

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How to Cook Rhubarb (hint: you’ve got to get to know it first)

Eat April 16, 2018

Rhubarb is coming into season now, and to celebrate we sat down the rouge rogue to get the inside scoop…

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Libby says:

Delicious! However, I’m 99% sure the baking powder for the rhubarb cake recipe should read 2tsp not 2tbs! I used a deep 8” tin which was only just big enough for the mixture.

Greer says:

Hi Libby,

By jove, you’re right! Good spotting. We’re so glad you tried the recipe – as for very full baking tins, we always say too much cake is never enough. We hope you agree.

Happy Cooking!

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Easter Recipes to Make with Kids

Eat March 27, 2018

Easter is an excting time of year, it's a holiday and the perfect excuse to induldge in good food and more chocolate than usual! It also means the kids are (...)

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How to Cook Salmon

Eat March 21, 2018

It only takes a couple of bad experiences to have you steering clear of cooking fish all together and we are constantly hearing people say, “I love fish but it’(...)

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The Easiest 3 Ingredient Scone Recipe

Our Cooking tools March 20, 2018

The pleasures of a cream tea are almost countless. This easy scone recipe only uses 3 ingredients, and it’s absolutely foolproof too.

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Curlygirl says:

Its cream on first sorry…unless you’re from Cornwall and then yes, you’d be forgiven for putting the jam on first. Anyone notice the Queen in ‘The Crown’ does cream on first in Season 2? The cream is the butter.

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Know your Dairy: different types of cream

Our Cooking tools March 19, 2018

At the beginning of any great adventure, it’s important to embark prepared. Different types of cream can vary wildly in terms of suitability for recipes, fat content and even taste! Reckon you know your stuff? Read on to find out….

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Caitlin says:

who knew Marscapone was such a fatty dairy queen!? (not me). beautiful breakdown, and good to know.

Lynne says:

Thank you interesting facts.

Mrs m says:

There are quite a few spelling mistakes in this article!

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Our greenest recipes for St. Paddy’s Day!

Eat March 16, 2018

With St Patrick’s day falling on Saturday, the 17th of March, it seems only fitting that we celebrate all things Irish by not only drinking like the Irish, wearing (...)

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How to Make Scrambled Eggs

Eat March 15, 2018

Are your scrambled eggs failing to turn out the way you would like or somewhat different every time you make them - sometimes watery, other times rubbery? Admittedly, they can (...)

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Pamela Quemby says:

This recipe will make me a decent cook of scrambled eggs, thankyou.

faith says:

Thanks,
good reminder on scrambling eggs and serving ideas

Heather says:

If the secret secret to this recipe is “the gentle sweeping of the egg in the frypan” why is that part of the video on fast forward so we can’t see how it’s done?

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