Advantages contains oats and fruit, can be quite addictive
Disadvantages don't get carried away with the butter and syrup, probably a lot of sugar in them
I don’t really follow a “set” recipe for flapjacks, I usually just throw more of each ingredient into the saucepan until it gets to the right consistency. I’ve learnt from experience that it is actually possible (unbelievably) to have too much butter and syrup in this recipe because I once added too much of each, transferred the mixture to a plate and the resulting flapjack had to be prised off the plate and eaten with a spoon . . . what follows is today’s recipe! Preparation time - 10 minutes Cooking time - 10 minutes Cooling time - 5 minutes INGREDIENTS 100g butter 4 tablespoons golden syrup ...
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I do enjoy a flapjack when I'm on my breaks at work. The first break around 10:30 is only 15 minutes long so perfect timing for one of these and a cuppa before going back to the children. Here is a flapjack recipe that I've made recently that's my favourite out of the bunch and so versatile that it can make an array of different types. Chocolate Chip Flapjacks (Makes 12) 4 ½ oz Butter 2 ¾ oz Caster Sugar 1 tbsp Golden Syrup 12 oz Oats 2 ¾ oz Milk Chocolate Chips 1 ¾ oz Sultanas 1 - Grease proof an 8 inch square tin, you could use round one alternatively, however a square one makes it easier ...