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Serves 1 - 12 Squares

lovely stiky yummy flapjack

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  • 175g (6oz) margarine
  • 175g (6oz) Demerara sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of golden syrup
  • 225g (8oz) rolled oats or porridge oats
  • a shallow tin 18 x 27cm (7 x 11in) tin


    1. put tin on greaseproof paper and draw around it. cut out the oblong just inside of the line.
    2. Grease the bottom of the cake tin. then add the greaseproof paper and grease the paper. turn oven to 160c/ 325f/ gas mark 3.
    3. put margarine in a large pan with sugar and syrup. melt the margarine gently. do not allow the mixture to boil.
    4. take the pan off the heat, add the oats and stir them well so the oats are covered in the mixture.
    5. spoon the oats into the tin. spread them all over the bottom, then smooth the top with a metal spoon.
    6. put tin on the middle shelf in your oven and bake for 25 minutes until the oats are golden brown.
    7. take the tin out of the oven and leave for ten minutes. cut the mixture into pieces. leave them in the tin until they are cold.

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