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Laststop Sun 02-Mar-14 20:56:14

Please help I need a idiots guide to flapjack as i offered to make some for work I don't know why as I am terrible at baking

CalamitouslyWrong Sun 02-Mar-14 21:02:32

You want soupdragon's recipe on this thread. Lovely and soft.

I put in honey rather than syrup, because I never have syrup in the cupboard. Apparently you can leave the sugar out entirely too, or half the quantities. The secret is the condensed milk.

nannycook Sun 02-Mar-14 21:15:14

Soon gonna try these.

nannycook Sun 02-Mar-14 21:16:38

Soon gonna try these.

IwishIwasmoreorganised Sun 02-Mar-14 21:16:44

You can't go wrong with soupdragons recipe grin

thoughtsbecomethings Sun 02-Mar-14 21:18:14

These are wonderful, so easy an all in one method the best I have made.

fuzzle Sat 08-Mar-14 23:36:08

SarahDietitian Wed 26-Mar-14 13:20:30

If I'm going to be just a bit neurotic (name gives away profession), every flapjack recipe I have ever come across is loaded with butter, sugar/syrup/honey.
If you're after a healthier version, I developed my own using ripe bananas, oats, milk, pumpkin & sunflower seeds, frozen berries with a bit of honey if extra sweetness is needed.
I know they may not be as gooey and sweet and lovely as traditional flapjack recipes, but my lot (7, 4 and 2) seem to get on quite well with them if they're hungry enough. My 2 year old is going through a 'tricky' feeding stage, so he has some dunked in to milk in the morning.
'Ere y'ar.......Seriously Healthy Flapjacks

ContentedSidewinder Fri 04-Apr-14 16:54:15

sarah do they taste anything remotely banana like? I have a son who eats all manner of fruit but doesn't like bananas but I would love a healthier flapjack recipe.

I currently use Annabel Karmel and substitute blueberries instead of apple, and they contain cranberries, apricots, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds etc but it still has a hell of a lot of sugar, butter and golden syrup.

But I will definitely be making Soupdragon's flapjacks. I am all about stuff in moderation.

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