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Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

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Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  astra2000 on 01.02.11 14:54

Hi
Does anyone have a flapjack recipe for the ho?
Been looking around on net but as yet can not find one.
Would be very grateful

x M x

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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  toots on 01.02.11 16:33

Hi astra2000'


I have recipes for flapjacks,

Coconut and fruit flapjack
Rhubarb flapjack bars
Oat flap jacks with dried fruit

I have not made them yet .

Let me know which one you would like if any of them

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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  astra2000 on 01.02.11 19:44

Thanks Toots

The oat flap jack with dried fruit is what i was after ideally.
Thank you for taking the time in replying.

Marie

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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  toots on 01.02.11 20:00

Oat Flapjack

225g oats
75g butter
50g brown sugar
50g golden syrup or maple syrup
Pinch of salt
50g dried fruit


You can also use dried apricots & cranberries instead of dried fruit

Mix all ingredients together. Place a cup of boiling water in the base of halogen oven. Place ingredients onto a greased baking tray on the low rack. Cook at 180c for 25 mins or until cooked. Allow to cool a little and cut into sections.

I would personally check at what temp in would be for a fan assisted oven as some of these books are a little bit misguiding let me know how they work out.

Fan ovens are normally 20% less on temp than a normal oven and cooking times are also a bit less . So keep your beady eye on it lol

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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  Admin on 01.02.11 21:34

sounds yummy Toots and not too complicated for a new HO user cool

thank you for this.



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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  astra2000 on 01.02.11 23:00

thank you
Thanks again toots will try these out in the morning and let u know how it goes.

Many thanks again

Marie xx

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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  junie on 02.02.11 11:10

thank you again Toots (it's in the A-Z)

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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  astra2000 on 02.02.11 15:21

I made 2 batches of flapjacks this morning and my partner made one batch last night.
My partner did his with 2oz of chocolate drops instead of the dried fruits and did it on 180c for 25mins and the top almost burnt but still tasted yummy.

I did 2oz of chocolate drops on 160c for 25 mins and was a dark golden colour then i did 2oz of mixed fruit (and added a pinch of mixed spice) at 130c for 20 mins and the top was golden brown, so it does pay too play about with the temps. We have a 1300w HO.
House smells lovely and we have loads of flapjacks to eat....not good when your on a diet.

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Re: Flapjack recipe Wanted Please

Post  toots on 02.02.11 17:49

Hi Marie,

Glad you had success with flapjacks, did you try using extender ring as that helps to make it cook more evenly, or as some else on this forum who used the steamer tray on top rack to defuse the heat also.

All helpful tips to try if you haven,t tried them yet.

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Re: Flapjacks

Post  Guest on 23.05.11 22:49



Chewy Flapjacks

Chopped rolled (cheap porridge) oats 125 g
Rolled (premium porridge) oats 125 g
Butter 150 g
Golden syrup 75 g
Sugar

Method

Put the 150 g of butter, 75 g of sugar & 75 g of golden syrup in saucepan (or microwaveable bowl if using a microwave oven) and heat until it is all liquid.
Meanwhile line the baking tin with greaseproof paper.
Mix all the oats (125 g of chopped rolled & 125 g of rolled) into the liquid.
Put the mixture into the baking tin & press flat.
Bake at 160 for 25 to 30 minutes, low rack, fan slow to normal, Warning: the timing is tolerant but accuracy in temperature is critical.
Slice into 8 fingers leave to cook and enjoy!


Crunchy Flapjack
The recipe is identical to chewy version but cook at 160 top rack fan off

The chewy and brittle versions can be make simultaneously from the same mix by baking them on different shelves

Have fun
Regards


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