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Honey flap-jacks

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Prep: 8 minutes Cook: 15 minutes

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Serves 8

soft oats and a smooth texture with a sweet aroma.

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  • 225g butter/margarine
  • 75g sugar
  • 4 table spoons honey
  • 350g porridge oats


  1. Melt butter, sugar and honey in a saucepan on a medium heat.

  2. Preheat oven to 180 o/350 f

  3. Once butter , sugar and honey melted add to the oats in a separate mixing bowl.

  4. Stir until all oats covered.

  5. Put in a greased tin and make sure its evenly spread out.

  6. Cook for 15-20 mins.

  7. Serve.

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Amanpreet dhesi's picture
Amanpreet dhesi
17th Apr, 2020
Personally I found mine to be too buttery but overall it was delicious
24th Feb, 2020
These are easy to make but despite following the recipe amounts precisely, I think the mix is a bit on the dry side. Maybe I shouldn’t have levelled off my spoons of honey, instead, adding heaped spoons may have given a less dry mixture. I also used old fashioned thick Scottish milled porridge oats and I wonder if that made any difference? Next time I’ll increase the amounts of butter/sugar/honey by about 30%, as I personally prefer a more moist, chewy style of flapjack.
11th Jan, 2014
Great recipe and lovely food.
17th Nov, 2013
Brilliant fool proof recipe!
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Martin Bell
1st Apr, 2020
You need to let them cool otherwise they fall apart. I suggest adding 20% more honey and butter to make more sticky.