Anzac Slice – with Anzac Biscuit Variation

Thermomix Anzac slice in brown silicon form on white wood

This Thermomix Anzac Slice is such a simple take on the classic Anzac Biscuit. Whipping up the Anzac mixture in your Thermomix, pressing it all into a slice tin and baking as one makes it even quicker to get into the oven than shaping into biscuits!

thermomix anzac slice on grey plate, tray of slice in background. on white wood

Despite the lack of the traditional golden syrup, the flavours of this Anzac Slice recipe are just like the Anzac bickies I remember mum making us as kids. They were a cheap and cheerful recipe and she made them often.

Opening my lunchbox at school and seeing one of mum’s Anzac biscuits waiting for me always gave me a smile.

I think everyone that grew up in Australia will have fond memories of Anzac bickies from their childhood. They’re just one of those Aussie classics.

The Significance of Anzac Biscuits

Anzac Biscuits first came about during World War 1. Wives and mothers of Australian and New Zealand troops made them to send to our soldiers.

The traditional ingredients of flour, oats, butter, sugar, golden syrup, bicarb soda and boiling water were shelf stable and survived the long trips on the naval vessels to the troops.

Fun Fact: Traditionally Anzac bickies didn’t contain coconut, yet these days most versions of this Aussie classic do (including this one!)

These days, making Anzacs on or around ANZAC Day, 25 April, is still a tradition in many Australian homes. It is a symbol of respect, commemoration and tradition to those that fought for our lucky country. I love that we do this, passing the tradition on to our children.

Like biscuits but quicker!

I love this Thermomix Anzac Slice, as it tastes like childhood memories for me, but is even better as it’s quicker to get into the oven! Don’t worry, though, I’ve also updated the recipe to include instructions on how to use it to make biscuits!

To make Anzac biscuits, at Step 1 (below), pre-heat oven to 170°C and line two trays with baking paper. At Step 5, shape dough into 20 biscuits – your mixture will appear a bit crumbly but will come together nicely when you compress portions of the mixture in your hands. Bake 12-14 minutes, until golden.

thermomix anzac biscuit, one at front three behind with cup of milk and tray of biscuits on white and blue stressed wood background

If you’re looking for more recipes for sweet slices, check these out:

Chewy Sesame Bars

Raw Chocolate Slice

Thermobliss’ Thermomix Hedgehog Slice

Thermomix Anzac slice in brown silicon form on white wood
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Anzac Slice (with biscuit variation)

Anzac Slice is a less fiddly option to Anzac bisctuits, just as delicious! I've also included instructions on how to turn it into biscuits in the Notes, for those that prefer.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time20 minutes
Total Time30 minutes
Course: Baking
Cuisine: Australian, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Nut Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Keyword: Anzac biscuits, Anzac slice, Thermomix Anzac biscuits, Thermomix Anzac slice
Servings: 20
Calories: 162kcal


  • 130 g coconut oil or butter
  • 50 g rice malt syrup
  • 1 tbs boiling water
  • 1 tsp bi-carbonate of soda
  • 100 g coconut sugar or brown sugar
  • 70 g rolled oats
  • 60 g desiccated coconut
  • 40 g chia seeds
  • 200 g spelt flour or plain flour (wholemeal is fine if preferred)


  • Preheat oven to 160°C. Line the base and sides of a slice tin with baking paper, allowing the long edges to overhang a little.
  • Place coconut oil and rice malt syrup in mixer bowl. Heat 2 minutes/90/speed 2/MC off.
  • Meanwhile, place bi-carb soda and boiling water into the MC (the measuring cup from the middle of the bowl's lid). Mix with a teaspoon to dissolve bi-carb and add this to the bowl when the heating time in Step 1 is complete.
  • Add sugar, oats, coconut, chia and flour. Combine 20 seconds/reverse/speed 3/MC on.
  • Transfer mixture to the lined tin. Use your hands to press mixture so it is compact and even. Bake 20 minutes, until slice is golden brown.
  • Leave in the tin to cool completely, before lifting out and cutting in to portions.
  • See note below for making this into biscuits.


To make Anzac biscuits, at Step 1, pre-heat oven to 170°C and line two trays with baking paper. At Step 5, shape dough into 20 biscuits – your mixture will appear a bit crumbly but will come together nicely when you compress portions of the mixture in your hands. Bake 12-14 minutes, until golden.
Recipe inspired by the TOM Organic superfood healthy Anzac biscuits.


Serving: 1serve | Calories: 162kcal | Carbohydrates: 17g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Sodium: 68mg | Potassium: 37mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 17mg | Iron: 1mg

Please note, nutrition information is calculated via an online recipe nutrition calculator and is a guide only. It is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed 100% accurate. I am not a nutritionist or trained health professional.

Tried this recipe?Please rate it and leave feedback in the comments section below, or mention @Thermobexta or tag #Thermobexta on Instagram.
speckled white plate with thermomix anzac biscuit and small cup of milk on it and tray of biscuits in background on white and blue stressed wood background

This recipe was inspired by this great Anzac bickie recipe.

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3 years ago

Could you use golden syrup instead of rice malt syrup and if so, would it be the same quantity 50g?

4 years ago

Hi are all the recipes listed on the website also in the cookbooks?

Rebeckah Woolfe
Rebeckah Woolfe
6 years ago

Hi Bec, the link to Toms Organics Biscuits has changed to
I thought I would check it out as I was feeling like biscuits not a slice.

7 years ago

Can I ask if I can just wholemeal plain flour have never had any luck with seeing spelt flour unless I have to look somewhere special?

7 years ago

Hi Bec, can I use white spelt for the Anzac Slice with no adjustments ? Thanks

7 years ago
Reply to  Thermobexta

Will do 🙂

8 years ago

Has anyone had luck making this gluten free?

7 years ago
Reply to  Sue

Tried substituting plain GF flour for the spelt..flavour was great but it was dry and crumbly. I will add more coconut oil next time

7 years ago
Reply to  Sue

Yes! I added a little less of the quantity of gf flour and more coconut oil. Tasted delicious! Was a little crumbly but definitely need the extra liquid.

8 years ago

I made this today Bec and it is beautiful! After slicing it up I sprinkled the crumbs on yogurt and had it for morning tea, yummm!

Jo W
Jo W
8 years ago

Quick and easy. Taste like the other versions 🙂 a winner as a work morning tea today.
Lucky they took the recipe of the website otherwise you may not have shared this!

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Hi, I'm Bec

I specialise in great tasting vegetarian Thermomix recipes and cater for a wide range of dietary needs. I love sharing here and in my cookbooks my healthy, delicious recipes (of course the odd treat too!) Whether you’re looking to ignite your thermo mojo, or just after some new, really tasty family friendly recipes, there really is something here for everyone



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