Thursday, 10 May 2012

ANZAC day!!!


We made amazing ANZAC cookies to celebrate ANZAC day. We worked in four groups so we first had to half the recipe. We competed against other groups to see whos cookies were the most crunchiest and the best tasting. It felt like we were on Papeast junior master chef. Here are some pictures of our ANZAC cookies.

It was a very tough decision but this was the winning groups cookies. This group was called Diamonds.
Well done to the other groups.



26 comments:

  1. Were they good and crunchy?

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    1. Hi Rohit, yes they were crunchy:)

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  2. They look yum!

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    1. Hi Katie they were delicious:)

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  3. How did you make them?

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    1. Hi Vicky
      Here is the reciepe we used:
      Ingredients
      Half a cup of plain flour
      Half a cup of rolled oats
      Half a cup of brown suger
      Quater cup of dissicated coconut.
      62.5g of butter.
      One tablespoon of golden syrup.
      Half a tablespoon of water.
      And quater of a teaspoon of bicabonate of soda.

      Method
      Mix all dry ingredients,melt butter and golden syrup and water. Mix the wet to the dry ingredients, make round shapes bake. It only takes about 10 minutes.
      And the you enjoy:)

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    2. yum i whant some cane i pleas just jokes

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  4. My Nana made anzac biscuits too.

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  5. wow that looks nice please save me some

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  6. WOW! Mrs Gounder your children made some really nice ANZAC biscuits
    save me some too!

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  7. Thanks for the recipe Taa, we will have to try and make them in A3.

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  8. Hi A3, did you have a chance to make these cookies.

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  9. It was great to make the ANZAC biscuits I feel like making them again in Winter.

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  10. It looks nice!

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  11. the cookies we had in d3 were nice like your guys cookies

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  12. Mmmmmmm! they look good we also made ANZAC cookies in D3

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  13. oh Yum, they look yuum!!!

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  14. WOW! Mrs Gounder your children made some crunchy ANZAC cookies .

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  15. MMMMMM those cookies look deelicious and crunchy!

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