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Apple flapjacks recipe

Recipe by 23 January 2010 10 Comments
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A tasty fruity snack, quick and simple to prepare and very tasty!

Serves: 10-15
Prep time: 15 mins
Cooking time: 25 mins


9 oz / 250 g butter
9 oz / 250 g caster sugar
6oz / 175 g golden syrup or molasses
16oz / 450 g  oats
pinch of ground ginger
2 apples, peeled and chopped


  1. Line an 8×12 cake tin with parchment paper and preheat oven to 350°F/180°C
  2. Combine butter, sugar and golden syrup in a pan, stirring to melt until the sugar has dissolved.
  3. Remove from heat and add the apples and ginger, then the oats.
  4. Transfer mixture to the cake tin and spread out evenly. Bake for 20-25 minutes.
  5. Cut into 10-15 slices and allow to cool before removing from cake tin.
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  • yummy mummy

    i stewed the apples and then added to the oats and sugar mix.loved by all who tried them

  • fitpig!

    i will definitely try this recipe!

  • matt

    there turned out disgusting im telling u don't try it

    • Inspector Bush

      Try learning to speak English before you take on cookery

  • matt

    there turned out disgusting im telling u don't try it

  • Step

    can you tell me the best type of apples to use in this – i know that some don't take too kindly to being cooked :)

  • http://fitpigrecipes.com/ Neil

    Any firm dessert apple should be fine – something like a Braeburn.

  • Betty Dye

    Delicious recipe, the sharpness of the apple contrasts beautifully with the sweetness of the flapjack, I used three fairly unripe Golden Delicious apples and cut the slab into 24 smallish pieces. needed a good 30minutes to cook all the way through. Betty

  • Isidona

    This didn’t work out for me. They never really hardened and tasted greasy. The apple in them was good though!

  • simon cowell

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