Let's #BakeTogether - Milk Arrowroot Footy

You ice the bikkie…and the crowd roars! To celebrate the return of footy, we’re calling on fans and amateur artists alike to give this Aussie pantry staple a makeover. This week, your kitchen becomes the stadium. Are you game enough to tackle this recipe? Or will you miss the mark?


  • Prep time: 20 min

  • Makes: 32


  • 1 x packet Arnott’s Milk Arrowroot biscuits

  • 200g dark chocolate melts

  • 100g white chocolate melts


Step 1

Line two large trays with baking paper.

Step 2

Place the chocolate in two medium size glass or microwave-safe bowls. Place the bowl of dark chocolate in the microwave for 20 second bursts on medium power until melted, stirring in-between each burst. Continue with the white chocolate.

Step 3

Spread dark chocolate over one side of biscuits. Stand until set.

Step 4

Spoon melted white chocolate into a piping bag or snap lock bag and snip a small hole at the end. Using the picture as a guide, ice the biscuits like a football. Stand until set.

Step 5

Store in an airtight container for up to three days.


  • You can swap the dark chocolate for milk chocolate for a slightly sweeter taste.

  • Want to show your team spirit? Add a few drops of coloured food dye to the white chocolate.

  • Don’t have chocolate? You can also mix icing sugar with some butter to create a different icing. This is also easy to add coloured food dye to!

  • You can even get creative with coloured sprinkles!


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Arnott’s Milk Arrowroot Biscuits

Enjoy a cuppa with the classic Arnott’s Milk Arrowroot biscuits. Purchase them here.

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