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Anzac Day 2021 taken over by croissants

Anzac Day 2021 taken over by croissants

We all love an Anzac bickie to celebrate this sacred day, but we also love some variation, and it seems Anzac day 2021 has been taken over by croissants!

Anzac biscuits have long been associated with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) established in World War I. It has been claimed that biscuits were sent by wives and women’s groups to soldiers abroad because the ingredients do not spoil easily and the biscuits kept well during naval transportation. Despite the less-than-appetising reasons for the ingredients used, Anzac biscuits have remained a firm favourite Aussie biscuit for over 100 years.

Check out some of the creative ways bakers are incorporating the classic into their products, as well as a few “OG” biscuits for the traditional at heart.

Anzac biscuit croissants

This seems to be a popular menu item for the impending long weekend, with several well-known bakeries putting out a version.

Textbook Patisserie’s Anzac biscuit croissant is filled with vanilla custard and Anzac cookie chunks.

The Pastry Laboratory’s tasty morsels have a soft doughy Anzac biscuit on the inside, topped with Almond frangipane cream and crunchy Anzac biscuit on top!
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Even better than that, they are donating 100 per cent of the proceeds to @woundedheroesaustralia_ , a charity that provides assistance to Veterans and their families.

Anzac biscuit doughnuts

 

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OGs and more

 

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