8 healthy ANZAC recipes so you can enjoy baking ANZAC biscuits on ANZAC day without having to gorge yourself on sugar. Easy and delicious recipes.
I could have spent the last week in the kitchen experimenting and tasting and baking and testing and eating… all trying to come up with an incredible 8 healthy ANZAC recipes for you.
Or… I could do all the searching for you and put all my findings in the one place so you don’t have to do any research (let’s be honest last week I was on holidays at the beach sleeping in past 6am and enjoying some down time).
These days, while I still love experimenting with healthy recipes – I’m still me afterall! – our weekends are pretty precious so I prefer to spend them doing things like playing mini golf.
It started off fun. I got a par on the first hole and started sneakily marking down our scores on the score sheet. That lasted about 2 holes til I got a 5 and decided I didn’t want to compete any more.
Here are some of the most delicious looking healthy ANZAC recipes I could find around the web.
8 healthy ANZAC recipes
1 Dairy-free Anzac Banana muffins
This is one of my own recipes made using coconut flour and coconut milk. They’re pretty dense but rather delicious warm. (click here for the recipe).
2 Anzac biscuit bliss balls
There can’t be a healthy recipe roundup without bliss balls. The thing I like most about these – no waiting for them to bake. (click here for the recipe)
3 Granola breakfast nests
– which I’m going to call Anzac breakfast nests (click here for the recipe). Aren’t they beautiful?
4 Healthy Anzac chocolate breakfast bars
These breakfast bars look like they’d make a pretty delicious little lunchbox snack too. (click here for the recipe)
5 Anzac apple crumble
This is another of my own creations and if it’s cool where you are, makes a delicious warming breakfast after the dawn ceremony. (click here for the recipe)
6 Vegan, buckwheat ANZACS
Some people are lovers of buckwheat flour, some are not. I am a serious fan and often use it in my baking – it’s a great gluten-free alternative with lots of nutritional value. (click here for the recipe)
7 Wholefood, dairy-free Anzac biscuits
I’m going to be making these ones with my boys again this year. (click here for the recipe)
8 Quick, easy & delicious Anzacs
These ones are made in the Thermomix or food processor making them really quick and easy. They do contain nuts though so probably not one for the lunchbox. (click here for the recipe)
There you go! I’m still undecided about which one’s I’ll make on the 25th but number 7&8 are in the lead so far.
And to our ANZACS – Lest we forget xx