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05 June 2015 @ 07:56 pm
Honey Flapjacks  
These make for a tasty sweet treat with no refined sugar.

Ingredients

  • 200g margarine or butter

  • 3/4 cup honey

  • 300g oats

  • Handful dried mixed fruit, or raisins or sultanas

  • Handful seeds (pumpkin, sunflower etc)

  • 2 tsp cinnamon

Method

  • Melt the margarine over a low hear

  • Add honey and cook gently for five minutes, stirring regularly

  • Stir through oats, mixed fruit, seeds and cinnamon until oats are coated and mixture sticks together

  • Press down onto a baking tray

  • Bake at 200C for 15 - 20 minutes until golden brown

  • Leave to cool then cut into slices


 
 
 
Alexanderashmedai on June 5th, 2015 08:30 pm (UTC)
I've made something like this before and loved them! I added a bunch of cinnamon too, and that was really good. I call mine "granola bars", since for all my US friends, flapjacks are pancakes. Thanks for posting the recipe, I'd lost it a while ago.
~*otherworldly*~mystereos on June 6th, 2015 10:18 am (UTC)
Oh, I forgot, I added cinnamon too! Thank you, I will edit the recipe lol.

I didn't know that, about flapjacks being pancakes in the US. That's really interesting :)
Alexanderashmedai on June 6th, 2015 01:22 pm (UTC)
Yeah, quite a few things have different names. Like crisps are "chips", chips are "fries", biscuits are "cookies" and what's called a biscuit there is more like a scone, etc.
~*otherworldly*~mystereos on June 7th, 2015 04:19 pm (UTC)
I knew about the chips and fries thing, and cookies, but it took me ages to fathom what a biscuit was in the US! And of course jelly is a preserve over there, and a gelatinous dessert over here. Never heard about the flapjacks thing though, it's interesting :)
Deannaendlessblush on June 7th, 2015 01:28 am (UTC)
I need more recipes like this - less sugar :)
~*otherworldly*~mystereos on June 7th, 2015 04:20 pm (UTC)
This one's lovely because it's easy, and with all the honey it still tastes wonderfully sweet and a bit naughty. Healthy (ish!) food that tastes like it should be bad for you is the best kind :)