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Anzac Pie: ‘The myths and mythology’

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2019

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Image of the Day: Anzac Pie – or Anzac Smoothie

Unlike the infamous Anzac Biscuits….

Butter, golden syrup and coconut are key ingredients of the quintessential Anzac biscuit – but also key to debunking some of the myths surrounding its origin, notably that they were made by soldiers at the front in World War I or sent to them by wives or girlfriends at home.”

It’s much easier to buy or make your own Anzac pie at home. Fortunately, there are no key ingredients for the Anzac pie. In fact, they are usually made by men and women in The Republic of China and sold on line at AliExpress. https://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-party-products.html


Anzac Pie. Image source: https://www.aliexpress.com/


Dr Banshee Cobleworth, who’s based at the University of Ortago, has researched the Anzac Pie and the folklore surrounding it.

She says, if you don’t want to enrich the Chinese economy, here’s a simple recipe to make your own at or near your home!

Anzac Pies Recipe
This recipe for ‘Anzac Pies’ is from way back when and included in various cookery books.


Flaked oatmeal, or indeed anything else that your pooch would swallow!


Put dry ingredients into the dog bowl, add some water and let the mongrel eat the mix and produce the golden Anzac pies.

If you prefer to buy from China…

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