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oats

Christmas is just around the corner folks! Crazy – I know but it’s true. I’m super unorganised at the moment in practically every aspect of my life: with the blog, organising the wedding, work, so I haven’t even thought about Christmas baking. In fact, I’m trying to be super healthy this year (especially with the wedding around the corner) so my baking will be very limited this year – booo. In saying that, we’re going to a big Christmas BBQ this Saturday so I’m planning on baking to my hearts content

It’s getting quite late so I thought I’d keep it short and sweet – much like these biscuits! This week we remember the ANZACS, so I thought (as I do each year) I’d make a batch of the famous ANZAC bikkies… but this time with a twist. Last year I baked the traditional recipe for the blog (found over here) but these, I have to say, take it to a whole new level. I’ve tweaked the recipe a little bit to make them softer and much smaller – bite size

I had a delightful ‘date day’ with Seb on Saturday :) We had a lovely lunch on Lygon st (dodging the rain) then popped across to the IMAX to see Batman (which was, I have to say, awesome). I’m not really a superhero kinda gal, but I’ve always been a big fan of Batman. As a little kid I’d always race home from school to watch Batman (the cartoon) on TV, whilst devouring Promite on toast.  Anyway, after the flicks we popped into a sweet little bar called Southpaw on Gertrude

Anzac biscuits

With Anzac Day tomorrow, this weeks post just HAD to be the one and only Anzac biscuit (mmm, don’t mind me, I’m just chomping on one as I type). This is (yet again) one of those recipes that features the magic ingredient… golden syrup. I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again – anything containing golden syrup is just so-so-so good. I learnt recently through a blog in the US that golden syrup isn’t that common over there!?! Really? Tragedy! When I was a little girl I used to