Saturday, 18 February 2012

A flapjack recipe that works

This is a post from the old journal. I'm glad to have tripped across it again as I have an over-supply of Porridge Oats in the cupboard at the moment.

Flapjack Bites (the recipe calls them oaty biscuits but they always seem to come out as flapjacks)

preheat the oven to 150 for fan oven, and line two trays with baking paper

melt 3oz each of butter and brown sugar wih a tablespoon each of milk and golden syrup

Mix in 3oz each of porridge oats and SR flour (you can get brown flour SR which is good for this)

Add extra oats if you need to make the mixture less wet - maybe I should just say use 4oz oats?

Form into about 20 balls and arrange on the paper; squash each one to about the thickness of my thumb - which I guess you can work out for yourself. They don't seem to spread as they cook.

Bake for 12-15 minutes until golden brown, leave to cool on the trays, keep in an air-tight tin unless you have already eaten them

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