This is a simple Flapjack recipe, great for kids to make. These taste a lot like Anzac biscuits but without the flour. My daughter wanted to make these by herself and I was more than happy for her to do that, I just sat back and watched. When it came to using the stove, I would usually take over at this part but I was thinking it a good opportunity for her to learn how to use the stove and build up confidence, because the sooner she learns how to cook the sooner I cook less.
There are different variations of flapjacks. You can add sultanas or other dried fruit, cinnamon, ground ginger or nuts. Great for school or after school treats. This will keep in an air tight container for 3 days
Ingredients– makes 10-15
- 175g butter
- 125g soft brown sugar
- 55g goldern syrup
- 350g rolled or quick oats
- Pre-heat oven to 180`C and line 20cm x30cm tin.
- In saucepan gently melt sugar and golden syrup on the stove top.
- Once melted remove from the stove top and stir in oats and mix well until all coated.
- Place mixture in to prepared tin and press down evenly.
- Place in oven and bake for 25-30 min, until golden brown on top.
- Take out of the oven and cut into squares and cool completely in tin.
- Once cooled, removed from tin and enjoy!