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Cracking Flapjack!

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Cooking time

Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 30 minutes

Skill level

Easy

Servings

14

The key to which makes this is so easy, is you dont need to weigh anything out! Also, not recommended for those concerned about calories..

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Ingredients

  • Good Quality Porridge Oats, Two Pint Glasses
  • Melted Butter, One Pint Glass
  • Dark Muscovado Sugar, One Pint Glass
  • Golden Syrup, As much as you like!

Method

  1. Bring your Butter and Sugar to a high enough temperature where the Sugar melts and then creates a very rich in colour, thick sauce.

  2. Pour this over your basin filled with Oats and mix thoroughly. You can then bake just like this, but if you want a nice sticky finish, add some golden syrup! A little will sweeten the flapjack more but the more you put in the gooeyer it gets!

  3. Bake at 160 Fan Ass/180/Gas 4 until you can see trhe edges start to darken. Then remove and leave to cook with its own residual heat.

  4. Cool completely and cut. Lovely topped with melted and drizzled chocolate or flavoured icing.

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