Thursday, 19 February 2015

Easy Flapjack Recipe!

Baking is becoming one of my favourite hobbies. I'm still not quite at Mary Berry Level yet, but i'm definitely mastering some of the basics! Flapjack is one of my all-time favourite snacks and it's such a traditional classic! They are really easy to make and taste delicious, so here is a simple recipe for you!



You will need:
250g Butter
200g Brown or White Sugar (either works fine!)
4-5 Tablespoons of Golden Syrup
500g Oats

Warning: There is a chance this recipe may not be calorie free ;)



1. Preheat your oven to 190 degrees.
2. Melt together the butter and sugar in a pan.
3. Once they have melted add in the tablespoons of golden syrup and then stir it all together.
4. Add in your oats and stir, I like to do this a little at a time as i find i am able to coat all of the oats better.
5. Spoon onto a baking tray (i like to line mine with baking paper as it is so much easier to take out once cooked), and then pat down with a spoon.
6. Bake for 12-15 minutes until nice and golden on top.
7. Cut into squares and leave to cool. It may be squidgy when it first comes out but it does harden once cooled!

Let me know what you think! Do you fancy giving this a go?

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44 comments

  1. This looks delicious! Definitely going to try this :) x
    Elise @ Elise Dopson

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    1. Thank you, that's great to hear! :) xx

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  2. Yum I totally love a good flapjack too! I always get them in my graze boxes and they are so good. Think I would probably just scoff the lot if I made it myself! xx

    Jasmin Charlotte | UK Lifestyle Blog

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    1. I've never tried a graze box before, I'll have to give them a go sometime :) xx

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  3. These look amazing, you had me at not calorie free haha! Might have to try making them :-)

    Rebeka from Rebeka Taylor xx

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  4. I ADORE flapjack and I make it quite often though I am always looking for the 'perfect' recipe, I'll give this a go for sure :) xx

    www.kirstytalks.co.uk

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    1. That's great to hear, hope you like this one :) xx

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  5. mmmmm this looks so delicious! I haven't had a flapjack in months! xx
    www.emilyjanewebb.co.uk

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    1. Thank you! Well this recipe is really easy if you fancy having some flapjack again! :D xx

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  6. Yum this looks delicious!

    www.kelsabelle.com

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  7. This looks reaallly good!!
    I don't have golden syrup though :(

    x vonyll
    http://pinupgalore.blogspot.fr

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    1. Thank you! You could use honey instead! Xx

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  8. yum! Looks delicious xx

    www.holliebeca.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. These look gorgeous! And my general rule is the more calories the better the taste : ) xx

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    1. Haha that is a good rule, I definitely agree with that! Xx

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  10. These look delicious, I'd have to swap the butter for a dairy free option but I might just give these a go!

    Grace
    Grownupgrace.com
    Xx

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    1. Thank you, hope you like them! :) xx

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  11. This looks so good! Definitely going to be trying this recipe! x

    http://theperksofmeg.blogspot.co.uk/

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  12. I've got a major love for flapjacks after having some in a Graze box. I used to make them all the time, I'll deffo have to make some soon :)

    Loves! Kirstie

    Kimamely Beauty

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    1. I've never tried a Graze box before, I think I'll have to some time! :D

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  13. These look delicious! I haven't quite mastered flapjacks yet but these look amazing. Definitely going to save this recipe and give them a try
    Bea x
    As Seen By Bea

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  14. I love flapjacks and these look amazing, I haven't quite gotten them down yet - I'm rubbish at taking them out before they go hard, I always second guess myself and leave them in too long!

    Sammy xo.

    littlefickleblog.blogspot.com

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    1. I used to have the same problem! I've found that 12 mins worked for me as although they seem really soft they do harden once cooled :) xx

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  15. These look great - definitely one to try. I like to think anything with oats in is healthy, right?! x

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    1. Thank you and yes definitely haha! Xx

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  16. OMG this looks absolutely delicious!!!! I've never tried flap jacks before I literally thought they were pancakes lol...ok maybe because i live in america idk! These looks so good I'm gonna have to try this out and the plus is it doesnt need a lot of ingredients, MY FAVORITE!!!

    Jasmine :)
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    1. Thank you!! And hmm maybe they are called something else in America? :P glad to hear that you want to try them xx

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  17. I am definitely going to be making some later! I love the look of your blog, it is so pretty and your content is fantastic. Keep it up!

    www.fuzzylittlebalrog.wordpress.com

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    1. Yay hope you like them! & thanks so much :) xx

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  18. Hey sweetie, thankyou for leaving me your link on Twitter :)

    These look absolutely delicious! x

    www.hello-cat.blogspot.co.uk

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  19. Oh I used to obsessed with baking flapjacks. I haven't had any for years though. I might have to have a go at making them with Elsa as they are so straightforward.

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    1. They really are straight forward, i think that's why i like baking them so much! If you haven't had them for years then it's definitely time to give them a go :) xx

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