There's nothing more delicious than a freshly baked ANZAC biscuit.
But in the news report that you can watch below, your humble, delicious treat could land you in jail or with a whopping fine.
In a big shout to all businesses who sell the ANZAC biscuits - especially at this time of year - this is a PSA for you.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has informed businesses that they'll face fines of up to $51,000 if caught tampering with the traditional Anzac biscuit recipe.
Individual sellers could be slapped with a $10,000 fine.
Under government regulations, a biscuit can't be sold as an 'Anzac biscuit' if it has additions like chocolate chips or almonds.
The warning comes part of a wider crackdown by the federal government and RSL on businesses exploiting the Anzac spirit for commercial gain.
So stick to the traditional recipe, which can be found on the Australian War Memorial website.