Felt Food | Anzac Biscuits
Anzac biscuits fresh out of the oven - an iconic New Zealand and Australian treat, almost good enough to eat!
These sweet bakery goods are the perfect size for little hands and are a cute and colourful addition to your little ones pretend food collection. Available individually or as a set of 3.
Each biscuit has been meticulously needle-felted with dense wool that has been dyed with non-toxic colours, making it safe for play. Our bakery goods have been photographed with children’s tea sets and cutlery to show their scale - check out the rest of our play food too!
Anzac biscuits have long been associated with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) established in World War I. It’s a widespread myth that Anzac biscuits were sent and eaten by troops in Gallipoli, the biscuits were actually sold and consumed at fetes, galas, parades and other public events at home, to raise funds for the war effort. This connection to the troops serving overseas led to them being referred to as “soldier’s biscuits”.
Handcrafted from 100% sheep's wool sourced from New Zealand, these pieces are designed in Melbourne and ethically made in Nepal.
Approximate size: 6cm D x 2.5cm H
Handmade in Nepal
Due to the nature of handcrafted products by small business artisans, stock is limited and variations may occur.