Yoyo Biscuits – Australia
Yoyo Biscuits are a traditional Australian dish, and like most traditional foods from that nation, nothing is known about their true history. The available resources show that two German immigrants named John and Magdalena Menz produced these biscuits for a living in South Australia in the late 1800s.
Since then, rural women all around the nation have obtained the recipe and altered it to suit their local tastes. However, it is generally accepted that they should be buttercream-filled, shortbread biscuits that melt in your mouth. The main distinction of a Yoyo Biscuit is that it should contain custard powder (which contains cornflour).