WOW, I said when we made Anzac Biscuits. When the Anzac Biscuits went in my mouth I was looking into space.
Thursday morning Miss Paton put a lot of ingredients onto the table. The bell went and we started making the Anzac Biscuits. Everyone had a role.
First we needed 100 grams of butter but we only had 50 grams so then we cut 2 sets of 50’s and it made 100 grams, because 50 grams + 50 grams = 100 grams. Then Alex greased the trays so the cookies would not stick to the trays. Then I poured in the golden syrup into the pot. After that Nazanin and Tai took the pot to the kitchen hall so Miss Paton could melt the butter and golden syrup. They we went to go and get some boiling water. Mrs Smith came into the kitchen. Joshua had to measure the white flour. After Joshua poured in the flour Liam poured half a cup of white sugar. Avalon put ¾ cup of rolled oats into the bowl. Lastly Miss Paton measured half a teaspoon of baking soda with 2 tablespoons of boiling water. She then added it to the melted butter and golden syrup. Then we stirred the mixture. We put them into balls and pressed down on them. Miss Paton got a ruler and checked if it was 4 centimetres away from each cookie. Aiden, Hajera, Jacob and Sky rolled the dough into little balls. Juliet, Nyjah and Aiden flattened the mixture with a fork. Aung Naing and Liam Taylor took the trays to the hall kitchen. The biscuits took ten minutes to cook. Taylor, Liam and Aung Naing were in the kitchen watching the biscuits cook. Mrs Smith helped to get the biscuits out of the oven. Aung Naing, Taylor and Liam scraped the biscuits off the tray and put them onto the plates. After lunch time we got to eat the biscuits. They tasted like a very soft chunk of Syrup.