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Published by themum

Seriously easy and delicious



  • 8 oz of rolled oats (really cheap from supermarket)
  • 5 oz of margarine (stork)
  • 5 oz of self raising flour
  • 4 oz of brown sugar
  • 2 heaped tablespoons of golden syrup


Put margarine, golden syrup, brown sugar in a pan and melt (if you have a microwave then it can be done in that)

when melted add to flour and rolled oats. Mix up.

spread into a greased baking tin and bake at 180 for about 15 mins.

you can experiment with this recipe and add things like chopped apricots, glace cherries, chocolate chips. You can even wait until its cooked and then cover with melted chocolate.

dont try and take the flapjack out of the tin too early you need to let it cool a bit. When it is just warm mark it out into squares and then cut up.


  • Lara 3 years ago

    if you put a bit of golden syrup when you are mixing it before you put it in the oven i think it makes it really nice and sweet:)

  • CRONGA 4 years ago

    hope its a good recipe guests are coming

  • Sarah 4 years ago

    omg love them :]

  • Debbie 4 years ago

    These flapjacks are a good base for breakfast bars, omit sugar add maple syrup and dried fruit and nuts. They don't crumble either. A good recipe

  • Scary Fairy 5 years ago

    Tried many ways to make flaps but the best flapjacks in the world are the ones are sold at rivington lower barn nr horwich gt manchester.

  • The Pinkys 8 years ago

    Very good recipie was looking ages for a flapjack recipie with flour in it we are defernetly gunna use this website for other recipes:)

  • Gine D\'campo 8 years ago


  • themum 8 years ago

    It will be dry if you leave in the oven too long or your oven is set too high, also if your baking tin is too big it will be too thin and so will dry out. Make sure you check it regularily and take out a little before you think it is done. It will continue to cook when you take it out. I have made this for years and it is never dry.

  • Joe 8 years ago

    A tint bit dry and a bit too much flour

  • laura x 8 years ago

    thank you soooo much its so helpful hopefuly it will turn out good

  • steven pig 8 years ago

    good food

  • bob 8 years ago


  • hello 8 years ago

    never had flapjack with flour before but it turns out really well

  • Harriett 8 years ago

    I have never seen a flapjack recipe with flour in it before. I think that might be why it is dry or doesn't work for some people.

  • Themum 9 years ago

    Yes I agree it can be dry if overbooked. It all depends on your oven.

  • Jontybelle 9 years ago

    Not bad, bit dry so only cook for 18 mins, maybe add a drop more syrup :-)

  • elliee 9 years ago

    im not gonna make this, too much mess, lolz x

  • fwankie 9 years ago

    mmm delicious thankyou, made looooads!

  • gabby 9 years ago

    it was terned out horrible.

  • zoya mahmood 9 years ago

    it was horrable never ever make it okkkk :)

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