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Flapjack Dorest Cereals Fruit and Nut

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 25 minutes at least 2 hours to cool

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12 deep portions

Delicious Flapjack made with Dorset Cereals 'Simply Delicious Muesli' to give a luxurious and natural treat.

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  • 1 box 850g Dorset Cereals 'Simply Delicious Muesli'
  • 400g Brown Sugar (coarse suggested)
  • 400g Butter
  • 100g Golden Syrup


  1. Melt over a low heat the butter, syrup and sugar in a large pan on a low heat.

  2. Add slowly the box of Dorset Cereals Muesli, folding into the warm butter mixture ensuring all the muesli is covered.

  3. Turn into a greased tin 8" length x 8" wide x 2" deep, or line with greaseproof paper.

  4. Pop in the oven at 180c for 25 minutes. Checking every 5-10 minutes to ensure it doesn't burn.

  5. Remove from oven and allow to cool, before completely cold slice into portions and allow to fully cool.

  6. Break the pieces apart and store in a cool dry place, and use within 2 weeks.

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