Best Anzac Biscuits to add to your cafe

Michael Elligett

Cafes are considered as social hubs where people gather to work or simply relax with their family and friends. It’s no wonder why the coffee shop industry in Australia is continuously booming, with the number of cafes expected to increase by 2.5% this 2022. 

However, as competition intensifies, more and more coffee shop owners are looking for different ways to stand out from the crowd. 

So how can you exactly do this? 

One advice we always give our cafe clients is to add more food options to their menu. This allows them to provide their customers with a more complete cafe  experience, which then creates a loyal customer base that keeps coming back for more.

There are a lot of food items you can sell in your cafe including salads and desserts. But if you're looking for a classic snacks that you can easily incorporate into your menu, Anzac biscuits are perfect for you. 

These biscuits are well-loved Aussie treats that are easy to source or create from scratch. They are perfect for any occasion and can be enjoyed any time of the day. 

There are many different variants of Anzac biscuits you can offer to your customers. If you’re having a hard time choosing what to include on your menu, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. From traditional oat and coconut varieties to more modern flavours like chocolate, here are 6 of the best Anzac biscuits you can start selling in your cafe.

Traditional Anzac Biscuits

The traditional Anzac biscuits have a delicious, classic flavour that many of your customers will love.

These biscuits are best paired with a hot (or even cold) cup of joe. The rich, nutty flavour of this traditional treat complements the roasted notes of coffee, and the crunchy texture provides a welcome contrast to the creamy milk or foam. If you have biscuit leftovers, you can also use them as an ingredient in creating other food items like cookies, cakes, or pies. 

Chocolate and Macadamia Anzac Biscuits

Want to offer a unique treat to your chocolate-loving customers? Boost the flavour of your classic Anzac biscuits by adding some chocolate flavour into the mix. We recommend adding chocolate chunks or cocoa powder to make your cookies chocolatey.

If you want to add more texture, you can also throw in some macadamia nuts to the recipe. Chop your nuts and toast them first to bring out their unique flavour profile. Doing this will definitely take your Anzac biscuits to the next level. 

Anzac Biscuits with Spices and Dried Fruit

Dried fruits add sweetness and flavour to Anzac biscuits. Try adding dried apricots, raisins, or cranberries to the dough for a delicious and healthier version of your biscuits. 

For a little bit of spice, you can mix a pinch of cinnamon, nutmeg or ginger together with the flour. These spices work well with the sweetness of the golden syrup and the crunch of the oats, adding a warm and inviting flavour to your tasty snack.

Anzac Biscuits with Maple Syrup

Adding syrup is another delicious way to sweeten your Anzac biscuits. To make this sweet snack extra special, use maple syrup instead of sugar to give your biscuits a unique flavour and a beautiful golden colour. 

Replacing your regular sweetener with maple syrup also provides a nutritious energy boost as this ingredient is rich in vitamins and minerals, including iron and calcium. 

Vegan Anzac Biscuits

If you want to attract a wider audience, adding vegan food items to your menu is a must. 

Did you know that traditional Anzac biscuits recipe can be easily tweaked to cater for your vegan customers? You just need to replace butter with a vegan variant or margarine, and you’re good to go. The vegan version is also packed with healthy ingredients like oats and coconut, making them an ideal choice for your health-conscious patrons.

Anzac Biscuits with Wattleseed

Wattleseed is a native Australian ingredient popular for its nutty flavour, which pairs perfectly with the sweetness of the Anzac biscuit. It’s also a great source of antioxidants and vitamins, making it a healthy addition to your Anzac cookies. 

Mixed with the sweetness of honey and the crunch of oats and coconut, Anzac biscuits with wattleseed has a tempting combination of flavours and textures that everyone will love. It’s also versatile and can be paired with any drinks on your menu. 

These are just a few of the best Anzac biscuit variants you can offer to your customers. If you’re looking for delicious, ready-made Anzac biscuits for your cafe, check out Cookie Man Australia’s best-selling Anzac Biscuits here.

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