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Seedy Flapjack

I just love flapjack because although it’s a sweet treat you also know that it’s packed with good ingredients which are sustaining and slow release, one piece should surfice, well that’s the theory!

Some of you may have children at home revising in the next few weeks, this is just the perfect treat for them and so simple and quick to throw together.

Have a search through your cupboards because you can substitute lots of the ingredients with left over bits and use up those half empty packets at the back of the cupboard. The seed mix can be any combination, try cranberries or chopped apricots rather than sultanas and if you don’t like coconut pop in sesame seeds or even chopped chocolate.

 And now for more tasty bakes…

Have you ever been to Leon? – A trendy restaurant chain in London that prides itself on fresh and wholesome fast food that you can also take away. Their first restaurant opened in Carnaby street in 2004 and now they have more than ten. Leon have produced several cookery books which are also fabulous – love the covers too! Try the lemon bars in the baking book Leon Baking and Puddings – another treat for studying teenagers or adults who just can’t resist!

 

Seedy Flapjack

Serves 12

  • 225g soft brown sugar
  • 250g unsalted butter
  • 2 tbps golden syrup
  • 350g porridge oats
  • 60g mixed seeds – pumpkin/sunflower
  • 2 tbsp poppy seeds or sesame seeeds
  • 2 tsp ground ginger
  • 30g desiccated coconut
  • 30g sultanas or cranberries or chopped apricot

 

Grease a tin 12×12 with melted butter and line with a silicon parchment

Gently heat the sugar, butter and syrup in a pan until melted.

Mix all the other ingredients together in a large bowl and then add to the melted butter mixture.

Bake for 15 minutes at 180 0c until the flapjack is just turning golden.

Allow to cool – slice up with a pizza cutter whilst it is just a little warm.

Allow to cool before removing from the tin.

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