Monday, 7 September 2015

Kids in the Kitchen - Flapjacks

Welcome to this weeks Kids in the Kitchen.
This week Boo was still poorly but she managed to feel well enough to help me make some flapjacks.

Last week we were joined by Miss T at the Beesley Buzz who helped mum make a fabulous sugar free and gluten free orange and maple polenta cake with amazing candied carrots.

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Blueberry Flapjacks

Ingredients:


225g butter
225g soft brown sugar
75g (3tbs) golden syrup
275g porridge oats
75g blueberries

Method:

Put the butter, sugar and golden syrup in a pan over a low heat and warm until completely melted
take off the heat and add the oats
mix in the blueberries
press into a square pan
bake for 30 minutes at 160C

Allow to cool before slicing







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2 comments:

  1. I love flapjacks but eat them all too quickly if i make homemade ones! Love the idea of blueberry in them, I would never have thought of that. x

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  2. p.s. hope Boo fully recovers soon. Sorry to hear she's not 100 percent yet. x

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