Sunday, 2 March 2014

Apple and Raisin Flapjacks

Flapjacks are worth making just so you can eat the mixture, especially if you pack them full with chocolate, fruit...or anything for that matter.


A fuss-free flapjack recipe is the best as you can add whatever you want to them (well that's what I tend to do anyway). To begin, melt the butter in a pan and then add in the golden syrup and sugar. Depending on how goeey you like your flapjacks to be, add in more golden syrup at this point.


When the sugar has melted (once it no longer feels grainy) pour it over the dry ingredients. This would normally be just the oats but as you can see I added a chopped apple and a (generous) handful of raisins.


Then stir to make sure all the ingredients are combined.


Then they're ready to go in the oven, flapjacks always to tend to take longer than you think but if like me you like them nice and gooey, take them out before the recommended time of 40 minutes as they firm up as they cool down.

1 comment:

  1. Scrummy , yummy ! I'm off to the kitchen .....x

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