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Chewy FlapJacks Recipe

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Ingredients

150 grams or 6 oz. Granulated sugar
25 grams or 1 oz. Butter or Margarine
75 grams or 3 oz. Rolled Oats
75 grams or 3 oz. Golden Syrup/Maple syrup
Any you like. Chopped Nuts

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Chewy FlapJacks Recipe

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      These chewy Flapjacks are delicious, and super simple to make and is the perfect recipe for baking at home with kids! Gooey, buttery and mouthwateringly sweet!

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      Hi everyone!

      Got a bit of sweet tooth and want to indulge yourself in something very sweet?

      If yes, then stick around…

      As today we are making some delicious, delicious flapjacks!

      Flapjacks are a wondrous creation of sweet, buttery goodness made up of oats, butter, some sugar and golden syrup, perfect as lunchtime or tea-time snacks.

      I have been making these for years now and over the years I have eaten a lot of varieties.

      Some people prefer crunchy, some gooey. Personally, I love em’ both.

      I will tell you how you can make both kinds so let’s get started!

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      Start by greasing a 17” / 18cm square baking tin.

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      Preheat the oven to 180°C or 350°F

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      Add sugar, butter and the golden syrup in a saucepan and heat gently.

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      Keep stirring the pan until the butter has melted. Once butter is melted, take the saucepan off the heat and add the oats. Stir until mixed thoroughly.

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      Next, spoon the mixture into the baking tin. For crunchy flapjacks, choose a shallow baking tray and turn the oven up but I would say go for chewy version first! Make sure to smooth the top before baking for another 25-30 minutes.

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      Let it cool for a few minutes and then mark it into 16 squares.

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      Once it's completely cold, cut through those marks completely and take them out of the tin

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      That’s it! They are ready to be served.

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      If you are a huge chocolate fan, pour some melted dark chocolate on the cooked flapjacks. Letting it sit for a while before eating! Make sure you store flapjacks in an airtight container so they are fresh for longer. Let us know how your Flapjack experiment turned out and if you liked it!

      Tania Munir

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