Breakfast bar

Breakfast bar

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Cooking time

Prep: 20 mins Cook: 25 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Makes 12

This fruity, chewy flapjack is packed with delicious oats and cereal - kids can help make them and they're perfect for lunchboxes

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per bar

kcalories
205
protein
3g
carbs
25g
fat
10g
saturates
5g
fibre
2g
sugar
17g
salt
0.2g
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Ingredients

  • 50g mixed dried fruits (a mixture of raisins, sultanas and apricots is nice)
  • 50g mixed seeds
  • 140g oats
  • 25g multi-grain hoop cereal
  • 100g butter
  • 100g light muscovado sugar
  • 100g golden syrup

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Method

  1. Grease and line a 20cm square cake tin with baking parchment.
  2. Put the dried fruit in a mixing bowl. Add the seeds, oats and cereal, and mix well.
  3. Put the butter, sugar and golden syrup in the saucepan. Cook gently on the hob, stirring with the spatula, until the butter and sugar are melted.
  4. Remove from the heat and pour the dry ingredients into the saucepan. Mix well until all the ingredients are coated with the syrup mix.
  5. Fill the baking tin with the mixture. Use the spatula to press the mix down evenly. Bake at 160C/140C fan/gas 3 for 20 mins, then leave to cool completely before cutting into squares or fingers. Store in an airtight tin for up to 3 days – if they last that long!

Recipe from Good Food magazine, March 2013

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Class Neptune's picture

I liked guessing what it would like when some of the ingredients were melted. Eating it was the best bit because you feel the delicious crunchy taste of it. If I made it again I would replace the golden syrup with wildflower honey and the cereal with honey cheerios.

Class Neptune's picture

It tasted like a cereal bar with lots of golden syrup inside. I thought it would be too sweet to eat at breakfast so would have it for a snack or dessert. If I made it again I would change the dried fruit to more multi-grain hoop cereal.

flower1234's picture
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Really nice recipe- very versatile! I left out seeds and hoops and used more oats and fruit. Used less sugar too, definitely didn't miss it. Look forward to using this recipe again.

tteeddyy's picture

I replaced the golden syrup with agave nectar but it was way too sweet for my liking...apart from that -delicious. I am definitely doing this again with half the sugar

HappyCook29's picture
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This is a lovely quick flapjack/breakfast bar recipe. I added extra chopped pecan nuts as well as the seeds (pumpkin work well) I also used a nutty cluster type cereal in place of the mutli grain hoops (to use up what i had) You can go easy on the sugar as the golden syrup makes it sweet enough. Very pleased with the result and I will certainly be making these again.

sully113's picture
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I really enjoyed this recipe when I baked it. The bars were almost like Florentines in texture which was amazing but a bit more like dessert than breakfast! However, I have modified it a little bit for the next bake. I removed the brown sugar, halved the butter and replaced the syrup with honey. I also removed the hoops and I have made granola instead of bars. Oh my it is absolutely phenomenal. I can't walk past the container without sticking my paws in. I am making some next week for a friend.......it tastes so good and yet the calories are low so it's a win-win. Thank you!

helen707's picture
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This is delicious, family loved it, makes a wonderful crunchy flapjack, just the way they like it! Will definitely make this again. I used craisins for the fruit, worked nicely. That is what I love about flapjack, just pop in what ever you have in the cupboard and it nearly always works.

PaniAnia's picture
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I made this for school lunch boxes - they kept well for 5 days. Used apricots and chopped crystallized ginger for the fruit part and pumpkin seeds. Can see making these many times.

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