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Beach Cottage Baking Flapjacks Recipe

Fri 28th, Feb, 2014

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A BEACH COTTAGE BLOG flapjack recipe

Well hello there and here I am with a recipe for easy Flapjacks or Flapjack slice, omg, yum – now there is one thing that is very obvious in Beach Cottage Land, and that is we all seem to love a good afternoon tea recipe…don’t pretend you don’t ladies, I have the stats here to prove it…

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I mean I post a recipe for a green smoothie and you are like yeah thanks Sarah….stick up something that will, actually stick to your thighs, make you happy and make you want to move to England so that you can drink more tea so that you can make more baked goods and people come out of the web woodwork…and apart from this side of it, I know in this old cottage baked goods last approximately 0.26 seconds…so anyway, what I’m trying to say is, I must be doing something right making and posting recipes for afternoon tea.

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That’s not to say that I won’t be blogging smoothies, or healthy veggie recipes or soups any longer…I’m right into those at the moment too…

So this is a recipe for Flapjacks, these hark back to the Old Country, though, and I have no idea why, I had always assumed that they were Scottish, perhaps because of the oats…but apparently they are considered to be British fare…

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The very best thing about these, apart from the fact that they taste like heaven in a Flapjack recipe, is that they can be made with four ingredients, that they can be made in one bowl and only require mixing with a wooden spoon, that the ingredients you are pretty much going to have in your pantry anyway, and lastly they are just so darn easy…in fact anyone could make these…

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I’ve written on here before that I lurve oats and have done for a long time, I always try out new ones wherever I go, they are always in my cupboard and they never fall out of favour, though I must say that in actual fact the capacity of their use in this old cottage is normally a bit less arvo tea, a bit more breakfast…anyway….so I used here Woolworth’s Select oats, have to say very nice – good quality, good price, good bang for your oat buck and we all know that’s what I look for – I value good value.

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The amount I give here is a pretty healthy dose of flapjack, but if you have a family as I do who like themselves a bit of home baking I’m thinking that doubling this up will be very much worth your while…plus they keep well so too easy really…

Flapjack Recipe

2 cup porridge oats (I used Woolworth’s Select)

2/3 cup butter roughly cubed

3 tbsp golden syrup (I used Woolworth’s Select)

1/3 cup soft brown sugar

 

1. pop all ingredients into a saucepan and melt on low/medium and stir

2. spoon into a lined baking tray and smooth out to edges

3. bake 200C 20 to 25 mins – do not let this get too brown, when you take it out it should be golden (though I like it a little browner which means a bit of the sticky consistency is lost)… traditionally it should be very gooey and soft…

Beach Cottage Recipe Notes*  sub golden syrup with corn syrup, maple syrup or honey if you can’t get hold of it   *this is best sitting in the fridge for a few hours or overnight to set to make it easier to cut though I have to say mine never lasts long enough for that really.

That’s it from me and my Flapjack Recipe, have a lovely weekend

Sarah

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12 Responses to “Beach Cottage Baking Flapjacks Recipe”

  1. Sarah says:

    One word. Thank you xxx well that’s two

  2. Lenka says:

    My father-in-law arrived from the Old Country last night for a short holiday and these together with the weather we’re having today will make him feel right at home ;) Thank you!! Lx

  3. merilyn says:

    thank you sarah! you must have known it is my birthday and that your blogging is a gift, especially when you post this yummy recipe that my granny from England used to make … perfect! lol m:)X

  4. Sharon says:

    These sound very yummy and quite easy for even me to pull off. I can’t wait to try them.

  5. Diana says:

    These are new to me and I will definitely try them!

  6. Neen says:

    Wow that looks yummmm-O !!
    So loving that we are back to the slice recipe discussion ;))))
    Happy days ahead…..Friday arvo tea here I come with my ‘ABC porridge slice’ (Flap-Jacks sounds a leeettle bit American)
    Yipeeeeeee !!! Thanks Sarah ;)Neen :))))))))))))))

  7. Helen says:

    Kia Ora Sarah
    I always thought flapjacks were the American name for pancakes…you learn something new everyday. Will let you know how this fares in my home
    Thanks

  8. Lisa Mckenzie says:

    I didn’t know what flapjacks even were I thought they were pancakes of some sort.Thank you Sarah for clearing that up and they look great I always have those ingredients in the cupboard.

  9. Rukmini Roy says:

    Awesomeness. I like oats and i love things sticking to my thighs so this is excellent!

  10. Wendy Gurrier says:

    I to thought that flapjacks were another name for pan cakes! Thx for the lesson and recipe! I’ve got them baking in the oven right now! I can’t wait for the timer to go off! Yum! Thx again!

  11. Anonymous says:

    I thought flapjacks was the USA name for pancakes or pikelets too.

    alison

  12. DeAna says:

    I’m not sure which looks yummier, the baked goods, the gorgeous plate or the polka dot spoon…:)